02.06.2017 | 
Science
NEW PRESIDENT OF THE ARMENIAN MATHEMATICAL UNION REPRESENTS YSU
NEW PRESIDENT OF THE ARMENIAN MATHEMATICAL UNION REPRESENTS YSU
On May 31, YSU Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics hosted the congress of the Armenian Mathematical Union.

The agenda of the congress, which was chaired by YSU Vice-rector on Scientific Policy and International Cooperation Gegham Gevorgyan, included the elections of the new president. The new board was formed, composed of 40 members, and 16 members are foreign citizens.

 

Honorary Head of Chair of Algebra and Geometry of YSU Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics Professor Yuri Movsisyan was elected President for the next three years.

 

Former President, Professor Tigran Harutyunyan made a report on the activities developed in the period of the last three years.

 

Yuri Movsisyan said: “It is no coincidence that our graduates show excellent results at the European and American universities. We need to strengthen our scientific cooperation promoting young professionals on the international arena.”

 

He outlined the future plans and noted that Armenia is going to organize an international conference dedicated to the 120th anniversary of one of the most prominent mathematicians of Armenian origin Emil Artin next year. AMU will also announce a special annual award for the best work of young professionals.

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