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Significant Project Approved

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On December 2012 Far Eastern State Transport University sent the results of the research project “Railway Infrastructure Export and Import Potentials Increase by the Extension of Baykal-Amur Railroad Traffic Capacity. Complex Research and Scientifically Based Recommendations” to the Russian Federation Ministry of Transport, the initial customer for the project.

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Research for the development of Baykal-Amur and Trans-Siberian Railroads export potentials is completed

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In December 2012 Far Eastern State Transport University finished the research titled “Railway Infrastructure Export and Import Potentials Increase by the Extension of Baykal-Amur Railroad Traffic Capacity. Complex Research and Scientifically Based Recommendations”.

The state contract for this research was tendered in the frames of the national program “Modernization of Russian Transport System”.

Far Eastern State Transport University took part in tender and triumphed, though all participants are highly qualified and experienced on the matter.  Through its more than 70-year history FESTU obtained rich experience of railway research and development works. University scientists work tightly with manufacturers and introduce their innovative technologies at the railways. Tender committee had no doubt about the high qualification of FESTU scientists. This triumph came as the acknowledgement for university achievements in the railway sphere. FESTU tender application was highly appraised and rated twice as much as the nearest competitor.

The 5-th International Symposium For Railroad Universities in Europe & Asia

May 31st – June 1st, 2012. Kazakh Academy of Transport and Communication (Kazakhstan) hosted the 5-th International Simposium For Railroad Universities in Europe & Asia.

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August 1-31

Khabarovsk International Summer School 2011.

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