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Mordovia State University hosts international conference in automated electric drive
Mordovia State University hosts international conference in automated electric drive

On 7 October N.P. Ogarev Mordovia State University opened the VIII international (XIX Nation-wide) conference on automated electric drive. The conference organisers are a National research university - Mordovia State University (Faculty of electronic engineering), Academy of electrotechnical Sciences of the Russian Federation, Association of electric drive engineers, National research university - Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

Plenary session of the conference apart from participants attended students and teaching staff of the faculty of electronic engineering from Mordovia State University. The conference gathered together representatives of universities and organisations from 35 Russian cities: Saransk, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Vladimir, Voronezh, Cheboksary, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Rostov-on-don, Ufa, Magnitogorsk and others. International participants came from Belarus, Estonia, Spain.

Conference featured plenary session, five thematic sessions, round table discussions of topical issues in electric drive and automatisation, exhibition of new electric drive facilities, automatic equipment, sketch-boards, posters, publicity materials and reference information, software products; business meetings to negotiate agreements on development and supply of electric equipment and automation facilities.

Conference covered a variety of topics: electric drive theory and use of automated drive in national economy; power electronics in electric drive, new technical and software facilities of automated electric drive, engineering and marketing of automated electric drive and electric engineering systems, training and further training of academic and engineering staff specialising in electric drive; youth science school.

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