Internship

                                                                                                               Dear Colleagues!

   The International Historical Biographical Institute (Dubai - New York - Rome - Jerusalem - Beijing), invites heads of educational and scientific institutions, as well as scientific and scientific-pedagogical workers to take part in the III International Scientific Internship Program "Nobel laureates: Studying Experience and Professional Achievements for Forming a Successful Personality and Transforming of the World" in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing. It is funded by an international grant in the equivalent of EUR 1,200,000 provided by the IHBI with financial support from the UAE, Italy, USA, Israel and China, as well as attracting charitable contributions.

You will listen to lectures and presentations by renowned world leaders in politics, business, science, culture, education, in particular, Muhammad Yunus, Aung Sang Suu Kyi, Lech Walesa, Olga Tokarchuk, Robert Angle, Charles Rice, John Goodenough, Vole Soinka, Louise Gluck, Harvey Alter, Aziz Sankar, Mikhail Gorbachev, Svetlana Aleksievich, Jimmy Carter and others.

Form of participation: remote, in video recording mode, allows you to view speeches and lectures at a convenient time (morning, afternoon, evening, night).

100 Nobel laureates will take part in the program.

What does participation in this program give you?

• New knowledge, ideas, advanced international scientific experience and professional competencies required by the Ministry of Education and Science, including for obtaining the academic titles of senior researcher, associate professor and professor.

• International Certificate issued in accordance with the requirements of the legislation on the passage of the International program for 180 hours or 6 credits, which indicates that you have received an International Educational Grant No. IEG / U / 21-22/10/02, as well as

• Assignment of the qualification "International Lecturer & Senior Researcher", which confirms the high level of the obtained qualifications and allows, among other things, foreigners who have a diploma of higher education, apply for work and hold positions in the field of education and is recognized in the countries of the Middle East, North Africa, China , India, Japan,  US, CIS, countries of Southern Europe and Latin America.

• Interesting and famous speakers that you will not meet in any other course. This is a unique program. You can always be proud and brag in a decent manner to colleagues, students and your children that you have passed an International Scientific Internship, where key speakers were  Henry Kissinger, Emmanuelle Charpentier, Robert Engle, Dalai Lama XIV, Olga Tokarchuk, etc., that is, outstanding personalities. who are an example for the younger generation, known all over the world, are moral leaders and, in fact, have turned into a Legend. Learn from them and quote them. Your outlook, prestige, recognition, authority and importance to others will only grow.

End of the program: January 20, 2022. The cost of research and teaching staff to participate in the program is EUR 180. The international educational grant covers the rest of the cost of the program, in the amount of EUR 3000.

Registration: Registration ends on January 20, 2022 via the official email of the Institute: [email protected]

To register, you need to follow a few simple steps:

1. Send the following information to our official e-mail: [email protected]   

  • Surname, First name Patronymic in Russian and Latin,
  • Own city and region
  • Place of work and Position
  • Your e-mail and your mobile phone

2. In the subject line of your letter, be sure to indicate - Registration for an international scientific internship program!

  Issuance of International Certificates: until January 21, 2022.

 

Speakers in the III International Research Internship Program "Nobel Laureates: Studying Experience and Professional Achievements for Forming a Successful Personality and Transforming of the World" in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing.

 

December 3, Friday

Videos about Oslo and Stockholm

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former Egyptian Vice President and IAEA chief Mohammed al-Baradei will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping. efforts in the region of North Africa and the Middle East for the safe and sustainable development of mankind.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Olga Tokarchuk will talk about her life and literary work, motivation to create, express her views on the development of Poland, as well as give advice on studying philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Peace Prize winner and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger will talk about the future of liberal democracy, international politics, and focus on the growing role of China and Europe in the Modern World.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

December 6, Monday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, Bangladeshi banker, economist, Professor Muhammad Yunus will talk about his life in the background of historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his fight against poverty in Southeast Asia and Africa, the creation Gramin Bank and social entrepreneurship.

• Nobel Laureate in Physics Roger Penrose will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, astronomy in universities and schools.

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former US President Barack Obama will talk about his life path, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts, and the importance of education, competencies and motivation.

December 7, Tuesday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner and former US President Jimmy Carter will talk about his life through historical processes, defeats and achievements, his struggle to protect women's rights and fair elections in the world.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Vole Soinka will talk about his life, views, values, political struggle and literary work, express his views on the latest achievements of world literature, as well as give advice on studying philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel laureates in chemistry Emmanuel Charpentier and Jennifer Dudna will talk about their lives, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express their views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

December 8, Wednesday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner and former President of South Africa Frederic de Klerk will talk about global leadership in the modern world, mention the elimination of the apartheid regime and his collaboration with Nelson Mandela, answer questions from students and pupils.

• Nobel Laureate in Economics Robert Engle will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Jean-Pierre Sovage will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

December 9, Thursday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner Jody Williams will talk about his vision of world affairs, the danger of military conflicts, his struggle to ban the use of antipersonnel mines, and the dangers of the current use of artificial intelligence by the world's leading powers in hostilities.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Mario Vargas Liosa will talk about his life, views and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on studying philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology Eric Vishaus will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying medicine, physiology in universities and biology in schools.

December 10, Friday

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Svitlana Aleksievich will talk about her life and literary work, express her views on the development of Belarus and neighboring countries, as well as give advice on studying philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Physics Rainer Weiss will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, astronomy in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology Shinya Yamanaka will talk about his life path, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying medicine, physiology in universities and biology in schools.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

December 13, Monday

• Nobel Laureate in Economics Joseph Stiglitz will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology John O'Keefe will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying medicine, physiology in universities and biology in schools.

December 14, Tuesday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner Dalai Lama XIV will talk about his life, views on the development of the world and man, the meaning and understanding of life, answer questions from teachers, students and students.

• Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology Charles Rice will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying medicine, physiology in universities and biology in schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry John Goodenaf will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the current development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

December 15, Wednesday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts for the safe and sustainable development of mankind.

• Nobel laureates in medicine and physiology Harvey Alter, Michael Gouton and Charles Rice will talk about their lives, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express their views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying medicine. physiology in universities and biology in schools.

• Nobel laureates in physics Reinhard Henzel, Roger Penrose and Andrea Gez will talk about their lives, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express their views on the modern development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying physics, mathematics, astronomy in universities and schools.

December 16, Thursday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former USSR President Mikhail Gorbachev will talk about his life, the collapse of the world system of socialism, the Warsaw Pact, the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the USSR, views on world and human development, meaning and understanding of life.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Patrick Modiano will talk about his life and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Aziz Sankar will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the current development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

December 17, Friday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former President of Finland Martti Ahtisaari will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts to resolve the armed conflict in the former Yugoslavia and Iraq.

• Nobel Laureate in Economics Harry Markowitz will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Physics Gerard Moore will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, astronomy in universities and schools.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

December 20, Monday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former President of Poland Lech Walesa will talk about his life, the creation of Solidarity, the collapse of the world system of socialism, the Warsaw Pact, the prospects of Poland, views on world and human development, meaning and understanding of life.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Kazuo Ishiguro will talk about his life and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Francis Arnold will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

December 21, Tuesday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner Lord David Trimble will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts to resolve the armed conflict in Northern Ireland. .

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Alice Monroe will talk about her life and literary work, express her views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, incumbent Ethiopian Prime Minister Abi Ahmed Ali will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts to overcome the armed conflict with Eritrea.

December 22, Wednesday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, Pakistani human rights activist Malala Yousefzai will talk about her struggle for the rights of women and children, as well as address issues of gender equality, education and upbringing.

• Nobel Laureate in Economics Paul Krugman will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

December 23, Thursday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Myanmar, now leader of the political opposition to the military regime Aung Sang Suu Kyi will talk about his life against the background of historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, its struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts in the region of Southeast Asia for the safe and sustainable development of mankind.

• Nobel laureates in economics Esther Duflo and Abhid Banerjee will talk about their life path, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express their views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

December 24, Friday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, Congolese gynecologist and human rights activist Denis Mukwege will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle to protect the rights of women and children from sexual violence during The Second Congolese War.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Peter Handke will talk about his life and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology James Rothman will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying medicine, physiology in universities and biology in schools.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind

December 27, Monday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former President of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos will talk about his life in the background of historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts to resolve 50- summer armed conflict in Colombia.

• Nobel Laureate in Economics Oliver Hart will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the current development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology William Campbell will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying medicine, physiology in universities and biology in schools.

December 28, Tuesday

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Bob Dylan will talk about his life, views and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Robert Lefkowitz will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology Eric Kandel will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying medicine, physiology at universities and biology in schools.

December 29, Wednesday

• Nobel Laureate in Economics Robert Wilson will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology Peter Ratcliffe will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying medicine, physiology in universities and biology in schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature John Kutzee will talk about his life, views and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

December 30, Thursday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, Iraqi human rights activist of Yazidi origin, UN Goodwill Ambassador Nadya Murad will talk about his life against the background of historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle to protect the rights of women and children and for end of the civil war in the region.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Louise Gluck will talk about her life, views and literary work, express her views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Michael Levitt will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the current development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

December 31, Friday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, Guatemalan Indian public and political figure, human rights activist Rigoberta Menchu ​​will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle to protect the rights of Native Americans and end civil war in the region.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Gao Xinjiang will talk about his life, views and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Physics Serge Garoche will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, astronomy in universities and schools.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

January 3, Monday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, Iranian lawyer, former judge and human rights activist Shirin Ebadi will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle to protect the rights of women, children and refugees.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clezio will talk about his life, views and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Physics Donna Strickland will talk about her life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express her views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, astronomy in universities and schools.

January 4, Tuesday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, Argentine sculptor, architect, writer and human rights activist Adolfo Perez Esquel will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping. efforts for the safe and sustainable development of mankind.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Ai -Chi Negishi will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the current development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Mario Molina will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the current development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

January 5, Wednesday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirlef will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for women's rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts for a secure and sustainable human development.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Herta Müller will talk about her life, views and literary work, express her views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Richard Henderson will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

January 6, Thursday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, Yemeni human rights activist and politician Tavakul Karman will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts for a secure and sustainable human development.

• Nobel Laureate in Economics William Nordhaus will talk about his life path, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Physics Didier Queloz will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, astronomy in universities and schools.

January 7, Friday

• Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Liberian human rights activist Leima Gbovi talks about her life through historical processes, her views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, her struggle for women's rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts for a secure and sustainable human development.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Elfrida Elinek, will talk about his life, views and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, as well as give advice on the study of philology in universities and schools.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

January 10, Monday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner Meyrid Corrigan Maguire will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts to resolve the bloody conflict in Northern Ireland.

• Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Francis Arnold will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying chemistry in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Economics Jean Tyrol will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the current development of education and science, and give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

January 11, Tuesday

• Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Indian human rights activist Kailash Satyarti will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle to protect children's rights and against the exploitation of child labor, and peacekeeping efforts to safe and sustainable development of mankind.

• Nobel Laureate in Physics Michel Major will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, astronomy in universities and schools.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

January 12, Wednesday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former President of Costa Rica Oscar Arias Sanchez will talk about his life through historical processes, his views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle for human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts to end armed conflicts in Latin America.

• Nobel Laureate in Physics John Michael Kosterlitz will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying physics, mathematics, astronomy in universities and schools .

• Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology James Alison will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the current development of education and science, as well as give advice on studying medicine, physiology in universities and biology in schools.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

January 13, Thursday

• Nobel Peace Prize winners, former President of East Timor Jose Ramos-Horta and Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church Carlos Bello will talk about their life through historical processes, their views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, their struggle for rights human rights, democracy and peacekeeping efforts to resolve the armed conflict in East Timor.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Orhan Pamuk will talk about his life, views, values ​​and literary work, express his views on the development of Turkey, the latest achievements of world literature, as well as give advice on studying philology in universities and schools.

Round table with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

January 14, Friday

• Nobel Peace Prize winner, former US Vice President Albert Gore will talk about his life, views, values, experiences, ideas, defeats and achievements, his struggle to protect the nature and ecology of the planet and efforts to prevent climate change, as well as the importance of education, competencies and motivation.

• Nobel Laureate in Literature Kenzaburo Oe will talk about his life and literary work, express his views on the development of world literature, coverage of historical events, as well as give advice on studying philology in universities and schools.

• Nobel Laureate in Economics Paul Romer will talk about his life, research, values, views, competencies and scientific creativity, express his views on the modern development of education and science, and give advice on studying economics and mathematics in universities and schools.

• Round tables with the participation of Nobel laureates, dedicated to solving global problems of mankind.

• Videos about Oslo and Stockholm

January 17, Monday - January 19, Wednesday

• Preparation and submission of a short essay on the topic: "How to participate in the III International Scientific Internship Program" Nobel Laureates: Studying Experience and Professional Achievements for Forming a Successful Personality and Transforming the World "in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing influenced the formation of your personality and desire to transform the world around you? "

January 20, Thursday - January 21, Friday

• Presentation of the International Certificate of Successful Completion of the International Scientific Internship Program "Nobel Laureates: Exploring Experience and Professional Achievements for Forming a Successful Personality and Transforming the World" in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing.

 

 

A sample of the English language version of the content of the International Certificate, which will be issued at the end of the International Scientific Internship Program:

The International Historical Biographical Institute

(Dubai - New York - Rome - Jerusalem - Beijing)

INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE

No. 5000/ January 20, 2022

                      issued to_____________________________________________________________________________

and certifies the receipt of the International Educational Grant No. IEG / U / 21-22/10/02

from The International Historical Biographical Institute (Dubai  - New York - Rome - Jerusalem - Beijing)

and active participation in the III International Scientific Internship Program

"Nobel Laureates: Studying Experience and Professional Achievements for Forming a Successful Personality and Transforming of  the World",

which took place in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing

December 3, 2021 - January 20, 2022

in the amount of 180 hours or 6 ECTS credits

and confirms the receipt of the qualification:"International Lecturer & Senior Researcher"

Director of the III International Scientific Internship Program

To participate in the scientific internship program, please fill out the application form here .