From September 15 to September 29, representatives of universities took part in the seminar as part of the MINERAL project – «Modernization of geological education in Russian and Vietnamese universities» (ERAZMUS +) in Turin.
The seminar was organized by the European partners of the project - Turin University, as well as the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology of Italy. The University of Turin is one of the most prestigious educational institutions in Italy. The university was founded in 1404, consists of 13 faculties and 4 higher schools. At the university there are 4 research centers. About 70,000 students study at the school. Among the famous graduates and teachers of the University of Turin are the Nobel Prize winners.
Within the framework of the event, the issues of development of educational programs in accordance with the latest world trends, as well as issues of scientific cooperation were discussed. Specialists of the Turin Institute held seminars on the development of educational programs and modern geology problems. Based on the results of the work, the participants of the event were given certificates. Within the framework of the project, the teachers visited a number of industrial facilities, including one of the largest salt mines in Europe. We visited the active volcano Etna, where the breeds of frozen lava were selected by the project participants. These samples are planned to be transferred to the Geological Museum of the University.
TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Institut für Bergbau und Spezialtiefbau
Tatsiana Piliptsevich (MBA, M.Sc.)
Koordinatorin des Projektes MINERAL
Gustav-Zeuner Straße 1a