Congratulations to the Head of the scientific direction of economic research at ISCRAN, Doctor of Economics, Professor Supyan Viktor Borisovich on his election as a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences!
On November 13, 2019, the Scientific Supervisor of ISCRAN, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences S.M. Rogov, made a presentation on the New Cold War: Implications for Russian Society at the Scientific Session of the General Meeting of RAS Members ‘Fundamental Problems of the Development of Modern Russian Society’.
The Russian Science Foundation holds competitions: 1) “Conducting basic research and exploratory research on behalf of the President of the Russian Federation” (interdisciplinary projects) Within the framework of an interdisciplinary project, scientific groups should carry out research in various fields of knowledge on the basis of two or three different Russian scientific organizations, Russian educational institutions of higher education, other Russian organizations, the constituent documents of which provide for the possibility of performing scientific research located on the territory of the Russian Federation international (interstate and intergovernmental) scientific organizations (hereinafter – the organizations) that are in compliance but in two or three non-adjacent to each other regions of the Russian Federation. The project manager must have at least ten different publications on the subject of the project in peer-reviewed Russian and foreign scientific journals indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection or Scopus databases published from January 1, 2015 years before the filing date. The grant for the implementation of one interdisciplinary project is from 8 (Eight) to 15 (Fifteen) million rubles annually, while the amount of funding for each project can be from 4 (Four) to 6 (Six) million rubles per year (2020 – 2023) . 2) “Conducting basic research and exploratory research on behalf of (instructions) of the President of the Russian Federation” (leading scientists) A mandatory requirement for the project is the annual participation in its implementation of at least two leading scientists who are required to make short-term (at least 1 month) visits to the organization to give lectures and participate (and / or organization) in seminars, schools of young researchers on the subject of the project, as well as for conducting research on the project. The project manager must have at least ten different publications on the subject of the project in peer-reviewed Russian and foreign scientific journals indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection or Scopus databases published from January 1, 2015 years before the filing date. The size of one grant is from 5 (Five) to 8 (Eight) million rubles annually (2020 – 2022).
On November 14, 2019, the Council of Young Scientists of ISCRAN together with the Council of Young Scientists of the Institute of Latin America of the Russian Academy of Sciences held a scientific seminar. Ph.D. A.A. Manukhin (senior researcher with ISKRAN, ILA RAS) and candidate of political sciences E.Yu. Kosevich (NS HSE) made a presentation ‘Modern Mexico: Features of Domestic and Foreign Policy’. Following their presentation, a discussion took place during which workshop participants discussed the first results of the government of Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador, as well as the changing role of Mexico in international economic and political unions.
On November 8-9, 2019, the 16th annual international scientific conference ‘Russia and Canada: opportunities for cooperation’ was held at the Institute of the USA and Canada of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The conference discussed topical issues of Canadian science: from politics and economics to culture and science. Particular attention was paid to Arctic issues, and opportunities for cooperation between Russia and Canada in the Arctic dimension were actively discussed. For the second year in a row, a meeting of the Young Canadian Studies section is held, where graduate students are given the opportunity to make a presentation on their chosen topic. Following the conference, a collection of materials will be printed, which will become a source of relevant information about Canada and Russian-Canadian relations. The conference program can be found here.
Plenary session. The opening of the conference.
Panel meeting 1.1. “Russia and Canada: joint interests and challenges.”
Panel meeting 1.2. “Russia and Canada: problems and achievements in the Arctic dimension.”
Panel Session 2.1.’Russian-Canadian Cooperation: Culture and Science ‘.
You can also see the full photo report from the conference on the ROIC page.
November 14, 2019 at 15.00 in the conference hall at the Institute of the USA and Canada of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Khlebny Lane 2/3) The Council of Young Scientists of ISCRAN together with the Council of Young Scientists of the Institute of Latin America of the Russian Academy of Sciences will preach a scientific seminar. At the seminar Ph.D. A.A. Manukhin (senior researcher with ISKRAN, ILA RAS) and candidate of political sciences E.Yu. Kosevich (NS HSE) will present the report “Modern Mexico: Features of Domestic and Foreign Policy” followed by a discussion.