Kazan Federal University ICOAE2015

Kazan Federal University
ICOAE2015
About Kazan Federal University,
Russia, Republic of Tatarstan
• Kazan University is the second oldest university in the Russian
Federation Founded in 1804,
and is one of the leading in Russia and among the top ten
universities in the our country.
• University consist 18 institutes and faculties:
N.L. Lobachevsky Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics,
Institute of Physics, Alexander Butlerov Institute of Chemistry,
Institute of Management, Economics and Finance,
Institute of Psychology and Education
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology
Institute of fundamental medicine and biology, Institute of
Ecology,
Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies,
Faculty of Law, Institute of Computer Mathematics and
Information Technologies and others.
Pioneering WORLD-CHANGING Research at KFU
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1826 – non-Euclidian geometry by Nikolay Lobachevsky
1844 – new chemical element Ruthenium by professor Karl Klaus
1861 – theory of structure of organic compounds by Alexander Butlerov
1929 – phenomena of oxidative phosphorylation Vladimir Engelhardt
1944 – phenomena of electronic paramagnetic resonance by Evgeny Zavoysky
1952 – theory of acoustic paramagnetic resonance which signified the basics of quantum
acoustics by Semen Altshuler
The Glory of the University
Outstanding Russian Nobel
Prize laureates in Physics who
worked at Kazan University
V.L. Ginzburg
Nobel Prize in Physics 2003
I.M. Frank
NP in Physics 1958
L.D. Landau
Nobel Prize in Physics 1962
I.Y.Tamm
NP in Physics 1958
P.A.Cherenkov
NP in Physics 1958
P.L.Kapitsa
NP in Physics 1978
N.N. Semenov,
NP in Physics 1965
FAMOUS STUDENTS
Leo Tolstoy
• 3 brothers and sister of Leo
Tolstoy are alumni of Kazan
Emperor University
• 1843 – L. Tolstoy enters
Kazan Emperor University to
study Eastern languages and
cultures
KFU DEVELOPMENT: FROM EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
TO RESEARCH UNIVERSITY
Research publications per
faculty, pcs.
Amount of R&D
revenues, bln rub.
2,5
Innovation
0,8
34%
Revenues from
non-budgetary
sources,%
53%
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1,9%
12%
Research
Researches,%
20%
8%
7%
35%
Postgraduates, %
Education
International faculty members,%
2013
2020
KFU global image BREAKTHROUGH
551 – 600 (50 positions UP)
69 (10 positions UP)
1484 (400 positions UP)
Nobel Prize winners –
Kazan University Honored Doctors
Prof. Jean-Marie Lehn
Director of the Institute of Supramolecular
Engineering of the University of Strasbourg;
laureate of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in
1987.
Prof. Ryoji Noyori
President of RIKEN Institute,
Japan, laureate of the Nobel Prize in
Chemistry in 2001 года.
KFU today
• 17 institutes, 2 higher schools
• 1 faculty
• Campuses in Kazan, Naberezhnye Chelny,
Elabuga and Chistopol
• 8 world-class museums
• N.Lovachevsky Library – one of the oldest
and largest university libraries in Russia
KFU profile
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Over 40 000 students
2000 international students from 74 countries
419 Degree programs
7 Double degree programs and 10 academic programs in English
3 200 faculty members
Education in KFU
• KFU provide academic programs in a wide
range of majors: physics and mathematics,
medicine and chemistry, engineering and
IT, social sciences and humanities.
• KFU graduates may realize themselves as
nuclear physicists and philosophers,
mechanical engineers and doctors, bankers
and school teachers .
KFU PRIORITY AREAS
Socio-humanitarian
sciences
Biomedicine&
Pharmaceutics
Infocommunication &
Space technologies
Advanced materials
Oil exploration,
oil refining &
petrochemistry
Centers of Excellence
Biomedicine and Pharmaceutics
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Genomics, proteomics and biotechnologies
(supervised by prof. Yusupov, h-index 21)
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Pharmaceutics (supervised by prof. Zefirov, hindex 29; prof. Balakin, h-index 21)
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Regenerative and translation medicine
(supervised by prof. Hayashizaki, h-index 71)
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Neurobiology (supervised by prof. Khazipov
h-index 35)
18 world-class laboratories (OpenLabs)
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Info-communication Technologies
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Autonomous systems and intellectual technologies
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Computation technologies
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Visualization, interface, digital media, game
industry
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Fundamental Informatics
28 world-class laboratories (OpenLabs)
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Centers of Excellence
Space Technologies
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Center of astrophysics and space studies (supervised
by prof. Starobinsky, h-index 60)
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Center for studies of near space and space
technologies
12 world-class laboratories (OpenLabs)
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Oil extraction, oil processing, petrochemistry
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Oil and gas reservoir modeling
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Underground processing of oil with high viscosity
and natural bitumen
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Study of complex collectors and hydrocarbon
reserves
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Petrochemistry and catalysis
6 world-class laboratories (OpenLabs)
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Advanced Materials
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Center of quantum technologies
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International center of magnetic resonance
16 world-class laboratories (OpenLabs)
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KFU RESEARCH FACILITIES
370 laboratories with world class
equipment in the fields of physics,
chemistry, biology, geology, etc.
 362 000 sq. m. of training and
laboratory facilities;
 20 000 sq. m. of research
facilities;
 7,7 sq. m. is the average space of
training and laboratory facilities
as per student
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KFU RESEARCH FACILITIES
Scientific LOBACHEVSKY LIBRARY
with over 6 million works (one of
the largest and oldest university
library in Russia).
50 INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH
CONFERENCES annually
Partnerships
168
partnership agreements with universities and organizations in 50 countries
• Europe – 74 agreements - KULeuven (Belgium), Aarhus University
(Denmark), University of Helsinki (Finland), Swiss Federal Institute of
Technology in Lausanne (EPFL, Switzerland), BP, Sercel
• Asia – 68 agreements - Kanazawa University, RIKEN (Japan), Istanbul
University (Turkey), Shanghai Astronomical Observatory (China), Samsung,
Fujitsu
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North America – 15 agreements (Indiana University, Texas A&M University,
Arizona State University), Agilent Technologies, Microsoft, HP, etc.
• Africa – 5 agreements
• South America – 5 agreements
• Australia – 1 agreement
Cooperation with Industry&Business
In Education
• Classes and centers: Samsung, Microsoft, HP, CISCO
• Fellowship programs: ВР, Sberbank, Ford
• Student training: Kamaz, TatNeft,
PricewaterhouseCoopers, Fujitsu
• Retraining of specialists: Agilent Technologies,
Samsung, Sercel
In R&D
• Joint laboratories: Agilent Technologies, SAS
• R&D projects: TNG Group, BP, HP, Enfer Scientific,
Schlumberger, ROSEL, DAMCO
Consulting
• TatNeft, Nizhnekamskneftechim
GRANT PROGRAM
FOR GRADUATE & DOCTORAL STUDENTS
In 2014 KFU launched Grant Program for
graduate and doctoral students in:
- Biomedicine and Pharmaceutics;
- Oil Production, Oil Refining and Petrochemistry;
- Advanced Materials;
- Infocommunication and Space Technologies
- Socio-humanitarian sciences
Grant covers:
• Tuition fee
• Accommodation in KFU dormitory
• Monthly stipend
• Russian language courses
• One-way ticket to Kazan
46 grants for Doctoral studies
70 grants for Master’s studies
Invited researchers
2014 target value – 40
2014 achieved value – 52
Advanced materials
Total
number
Biomedicine and pharmaceutics
Total
Researcher
h-index
number
71
Hayashizaki J.
55
Lvov Yu.
49
Preissner K.
35
Khazipov R.
29
Zefirov N.
28
Aragones J.
25
Krause J.
24
Rozov A.
24
Giniatullin R.
21
Boisvert W.
20
21
Yusupov М.
20
Erokhin V.
19
Serebriisky I.
18
Khalilov I.
17
Gabibov A.
17
Litvinov R.
17
Nikolsky E.
15
Astsaturov I.
15
Kiselyov S.
15
Govorun V.
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Researcher
Valiev R.
Volovik G.
Grimm R.
Gabitov I.
Tanaka K.
Kono K.
Eremin I.
Varnek A.
Vinogradov A.
Oil production, oil refining and
petrochemistry
Total
Researcher
number
9
h-index
73
45
41
34
31
24
24
24
23
h-index
Veryovkin S.
30
Koch М.
25
Immenhauser A.
22
Winklhofer M.
22
Andreev A.
20
Babadagli T.
17
Emeliyanenko V.
16
Fabian K.
16
Oberhensli H.
15
Info-communication and space
technologies
Total
Researcher
number
14
h-index
Odintsov S.
Starobinsky А.
62
60
Nojiri S.
56
Gilfanov М.
40
Kosovichev А.
39
Ambainis A.
33
Kurtanidze О.
30
Grinshpun S.
29
Matas J.
27
Hromkovic J.
25
Volkov М.
19
Eliseev А.
19
Susstrunk S.
17
Fabrika S.
15
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Guest lectures at KFU
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Ichak Kalderon Adizes – leading world expert in efficiency improvement of
business operations and state activity
Mikhail Rutkovsky – Head of the World Bank in Russia
Paul Saltzman – Canadian Emmy Award-winning producer and film-maker
Piet Wit – Chair of the Commission on Ecosystem Management, International
Union for Conversation of Nature
Jaures Alferov – Nobel laureate in Physics (2000)
Major Projects
more than 40 international research projects annually
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Fluvial processes and sediment dynamics of slope channel systems: Impacts of socio economic-and
climate change on river system characteristics and related services – PIRSES (7 FP - 2013 – 2016) University of Tubingen (Germany), Stockholm University (Sweden)
Evolving nanocarbon strategies in (bio) organic remits – ENSOR (7 FP - 2011 – 2015) - University of
Brighton (UK), Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary), Toyo University (Japan)
Multiscale Smart Coatings with Sustained Anticorrosive Action (G8 - 2012 – 2014) - Max-Planck
Institutes of Colloids and Interfaces (Germany), Texas A&M University (USA), National Institute for
Materials Science ( Japan)
Study
of
Unconventional
Triplet
Superconductivity
and
Spin-Valve
Effects
in
Superconductor/Ferromagnet Nanolayered Heterostructures (DFG - 2014 – 2017) - University of
Augsburg (Germany)
Cultural contact - and conflict zones in Eastern Europe (DAAD - 2013 – 2016) - University of Giessen
(Germany), University of Lodz (Poland), Babes-Bolvai University (Romania)
Title VI Volga-Kama Research Initiative (U.S. Department of Education - 2011 – 2015) - Indiana
University (USA)
Publications (Scopus and Web of Science)
PUBLICATIONS
CITATION DYNAMICS
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1st half of 2014
Joint degree programs
Priority area
Biomedicine and
pharmaceutics
Advanced
materials
Oil production, oil
refining and
petrochemistry
Infocommunication
and space
technologies
Social sciences
and humanities
Program
Partner University
Biotechnology (Master’s Degree)
Institute of Organic Synthesis, Moscow
Bioinformatics (Master’s Degree)
Genetics and evolutionary biology (PhD studies)
Cell biology (Master’s Degree)
Neurobiology (Master’s Degree)
Cell biology (Master’s Degree)
Quantum technologies (Master’s Degree)
Gravitation, astrophysics
Functional materials (PhD studies)
Joint PhD degree on electron paramagnetic resonance
University of Strasbourg, France
Hiroshima University, Japan
Okayama University, Japan
University of Turku, Finland and INMED, France
University of Giessen, Germany
University of Innsbruck, Austria
Nagoya University, Japan
University of Augsburg, Germany
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Organic chemistry (PhD studies)
Analytical chemistry (PhD studies)
Chemistry of supramolecular nano and bio-systems
Oil and gas reserves modeling (Master’s Degree)
Oil geology (Master’s Degree)
RIKEN, Japan
Comenius University, Slovak Republic
University of Strasbourg, France
École Nationale Supérieure (Nancy, France)
University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada)
Software Engineering (Master’s Degree)
Accessible Computer Science (Master’s Degree)
Accessible Computer Science (PhD studies)
Lappeenranta University, Finland
Czech Technical University, Prague
Czech Technical University, Prague
Language in professional communication (Chinese
Production management (Master’s Degree)
Sustainable development management of nonurbanized territories (Master’s Degree)
Land relations (Master’s Degree)
Philology. Russian as a foreign language
Hunan Normal University, China
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland
Birmingham City University, Great Britain
Birmingham City University, Great Britain
Hunan Normal University, China
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Kazan University Campus (600 venues in total)
KFU Main building
Institute of Philology
and Arts
Universiade village 2013
venues
Institute of Management
Economics and Finance
Institute of
Physics
INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, ECONOMICS and
FINANCE
Students study on 20 different programs, 6 Bachelor's programs (economics,
management, public and municipal development, business informatics), 7
Master's programs.
There are 8000 students in the Institute,
27 sub-faculties.
Institute's faculty include 500 staff, of them :
78 Doctors of Science and 288 PhD holders.
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Education programs IMEF
Program
Economics
Management
Bachelor's program
Master's program
Fundamental economics
Financial economics
1. Economic theory
2.Financial economics
Regional Economics
3.Regional economics and territorial
development
International Economics
4. Financial markets and financial
engineering
Small business management
5.Corporate management
Management of organizations
6. Service management
Financial management
Marketing
Human resource
management
Human resource management in
organization
Environment
engineering and water
management
Environment engineering
7.Financial management
8.General and strategic management
9. Economics of entrepreneurship
10. Marketing
11. Human Resource management
12. . Human Resource management in
public and municipal government
13. Urban ecology
14. Water resource management
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Venue location for ICOAE2015
Institute of management, economy and finance of the Kazan
federal university.
Institute of Management, Economics and Finance.
Address: Russia, Kazan, Butlerova 4.
Russia, Republic of Tatarstan
Kazan
ICOAE2015
About Republic of Tatarstan (Russia)
• Location: in the center of the Russian Federation, in the East
European Plain, at the confluence of the Volga River and the Kama
River.
• Total area: 67 thousand km2. Population: 3,8 million.
• Capital: Kazan (800 km east of Moscow, population: 1,1 million).
• Economy (2013): GRP - 33
billion dollars (104% up 2014).
Oil (industry) – 20 billion dollars
(60%) .
Agricultural production – 4 billion
dollars (10%).
• 23 institutions of higher
education.
• The total number of students
in Kazan is more than 213
thousand.
Map
Republic
of Tatarstan
Kazan - the THIRD capital of Russia
Kazan – is a city with millennial history, which unites the culture and
traditions of the Orient and the Occident; the Third Capital of Russia, one of
the largest economical, political, scientific and educational, cultural and sport
centers of the country.
Kazan:
• High level of safety and quality of urban environment
• Interfaith consent for many years
• High level of medicine and public health
services
• World-level infrastructure
Tatarstan:
• 4th place in Russia by the quality of life *
• 9th place in Russia by the quality of
education*
* By the data of UN Development program
The tourists in Kazan
Kazan – one of the largest economic, political, scientific, educational, cultural and sports
centers of Russia.
The Kazan Kremlin is among objects of the World heritage of UNESCO.
The city has the registered brand "the Third capital of Russia", "The Third Capital", "The
Third City of Russia", "The Third City", and also "Russia’s third capital". Informally and is
poluofitsialno called as "the capital of the Russian federalism" and "the capital of all Tatars
of the world". In 2005 the millennium of Kazan was celebrated.
The tourists in Kazan
More than 1000 years ago Kazan was founded as frontier fortress in the north of the Volga
Bulgaria.
In 1438 Bulgar fortress was captured by the Golden Horde khan Ulu-Mukhamedd, the city
became the capital of the Kazan khanate.
The series of wars with the Moscow principality at first compelled Moscow to render tribute
to the Kazan khanate, and as a result led to a capture of Kazan by Ivan the Terrible's troops in
1552, with the subsequent destruction of the most part of the city and resettlement of Tatars
on marshy coast of Kaban Lake, having laid the foundation of the Old-Tatar settlement of
Kazan.
After final suppression of revolts in the Kazan region at the
city a new era in the history — as a part of the Russian state
began.
In 1708 Kazan became the capital of the large Kazan
province.
From 60th years of the XVIII century building of the city
accepts the ordered character, there were wooden pavements,
bridges across Bulak and the Kazanka river.
The city became the educational and cultural center of the
Volga region: in 1758 in Kazan the Russia's first provincial
gymnasium was opened, in 1771 — the first madrasahs were
opened, in 1791 there appeared a constant theater.
Temple all religions
Cuisine attractions in Kazan
Culinary art of the Tatar people is rich with the
national and cultural traditions going to depth of
centuries.
The well-known east sweet chak-chak – an
integral part of ethnic Tatar cuisine. It prepares
from dough and honey (honey syrup). Dough is
made simply – of the premium wheat baking flour,
eggs, sugar and salt (it is possible to add still baked
milk). You form thin sticks of it, they have look
like vermicelli, but they can also be thicker.
Gubadiya - round pie with a multilayered stuffing
one of the main food on big celebrations. The
stuffing is done of court (dried cottage cheese) of
boiled friable rice, chopped egg, the steamed-out
raisin, dried apricots, prunes or a dried apricots
without stones.
Cuisine attractions in Kazan
Tatars always set a great value on dough. Products with a stuffing give to Tatar
cuisine a special originality. The most ancient and simple pie is
kystyby - a combination of fresh dough (in the form of cottage cheese patty) with
millet cereal and with mashed potatoes.
And not less ancient and also considered favorite belyash of fresh dough with a
stuffing from slices of fat meat (mutton, beef, goose meat, duck's flesh and so forth)
with grain or potatoes. It is done in big and small sizes (vak-belish).
The same category of foods includes
Echpochmak (triangle), a peremyach with a stuffing from chopped meat with
onions.
The VISA to enter Kazan
The tourist visa – is given to the tourist of Kazan for short-term visit to the country.
The tourist of Kazan receives it independently. For registration of a tourist visa the
citizen of Kazan needs the voucher of travel agency and the document confirming a
reservation of hotel in the country of appointment. The tourist visa also doesn't grant
the right for work and, as a rule, establishes terms of stay in the country from 30 to 90
days.
The guest visa – is given to the tourist of Kazan in case of the invitation by his
relatives, friends or acquaintances. At receipt of a visa the tourist of Kazan has to
undergo procedure of its registration independently.
The business visa – is issued to the tourist of Kazan in case of business visits or by
the invitation of the foreign organizations for such visits. The business visa also
doesn't grant the right to the tourist of Kazan for study and work, however can be
repeated.
For example, to arrive to Kazan from Indonesia the visa costs $25. The maximum time
of stay with the visa – 30 days. A necessary condition – existence of the return ticket.
The validity period of international passport has to be not less than 6 months from
the beginning of stay in the country.
The group on visa support of the Kazan federal university will work.
Flights to Kazan
Flight to Kazan can be carried out with one change through Moscow.
Set of regular flights to Moscow from Jakarta, Hong Kong, Singapore and other
cities of Asia (9-12 hours).
A large number of flights from the cities of Europe (from Rome – 6 flights a day,
Paris - 2, Amsterdam-4, Barcelona – 5 flights, Prague – 3-5, Athens - 2 flights a day.
From the USA and other countries of the world.
From Moscow 15 flights daily fly
to Kazan:
from the airport of Domodedovo –
6 flights,
from Sheremetyevo – 6
from Vnukovo – 3 flights.
The cost of these flights for
25.10.14 makes from 75 dollars.
The Hotels in Kazan with the room rate
Kazan possesses a large number of hotels.
All hotels are conveniently located in the city close to the main sights of
Kazan, trade and business centers.
Many of hotels offer tourists excursion and a transfer from the airport of
Kazan.
Hotels of category from 2 to 5 stars are presented in Kazan.
The cost of hotels varies from 63 dollars to 250 dollars in days.
Discounts are provided to guests of the Kazan federal university.
There are places in the village of Universiade (student's and teachers) at
very low price!!!!!!
The map of hotels in the center of Kazan
Notable events in Kazan
• Universiade - 2013. Over 200 thousand delegates
and athletes from around the world.
• World Championship underwater sports – 2013.
• FIFA World Aquatics Championships - 2015 (Kazan).
• FIFA World Cup Russia – 2018 (Moscow, S.Peterburg,
Kazan and other).
Bulgar
The Bulgarian state historical and architectural memorial estate became the new federal tourist center.
The greatest blossoming of the city was on the turn of the XIII—XIV centuries. Exactly by this time the
majority of the remained architectural monuments belongs. Recently actively there is a restoration and
clearing of monuments. The city was founded by the Volga Bulgars in the X century, in 1361 was
destroyed by the Golden Horde prince Bulat-Timur. Then it was restored, but in 1431 it was destroyed by
the voevode Fyodor Pyostry then it was left by inhabitants and it wasn't restored any more. Modern
Bulgarians — the former district city of Spassk of the Kazan namestnichestvo (region ruled by
governor). In 1991 the city was renamed into Bulgar by name the ancient city the Bulgar of the Volga
Bulgaria which ancient settlement (ruins) is near the city. At the 38th session of Committee of the World
heritage the decision to include the Bulgar historical and archaeological complex in the List of the World
heritage was made on June 23, 2014.
The map how to reach to the Bulgar
Sviyagsk
The island-town Sviyazhsk is known for nearly five hundred years. Sviyazhsk
was founded as fortress.
Now Sviyazhsk – a popular tourist complex in Tatarstan.
Now in Sviyazhsk more than 10 operating churches are. The Cathedral of the
Mother of God constructed on a sample of the Kronstadt Sea cathedral is notable
for its magnificent character.
Prospects of development of
Sviyazhsk are connected with
creation in the territory of the city
of the memorial estate of federal
value. Since 1998 Sviyazhsk is the
candidate for inclusion in the list of
the World heritage of UNESCO.
The card how to reach Sviyazhsk
Map
LIVING in
Kind environment
sociAl-oriented infrastructure
amaZing city
comfortAble guest-house
cultural aNd sport capital
Useful links for the city of Kazan
http://wikitravel.org/en/Kazan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazan_(Volga_region)_Feder
al_University
http://kpfu.ru/eng
http://www.kzn.ru/old/eng/kazan/about
http://aboutkazan.com/
http://russiatrek.org/kazan-city
http://www.gotokazan.com/
http://gokazan.com/
Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University
WELCOME TO
KAZAN FEDERAL UNIVERSITY
FOR
ICOAE2015
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