The employee was awarded TSAGI ICAS

Deputy Head of the Foreign Economic TSAGI Eugene Andreev was awarded the John J. Greene. This award is given to an organization ICAS (International Council on Aeronautical Sciences) every two years, a specialist in the age of 35 engaged in international activities in the field of aeronautics research. The award is a recognition of professional achievements in the development and strengthening of international cooperation.

The prize was awarded to Russian nominee for the first time. Andreeva supported the candidacy of the European Commission and the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the European Union.

According to Andreeva, the award was a real surprise for him: "Premiums for such a global forum such as ICAS, usually awarded to leading scientists, the scientific works which are recognized internationally. While I was not directly engaged in research activities. ICAS appreciated the contribution made by my work in the development of aviation science. I note that this award reflects not only my merits, but the merits of my colleagues and scientists who are involved in international activities. In the future, I will continue to work in the field of international cooperation, namely in the creation and implementation of promising integrated programs and projects. "

ICAS — an international non-governmental organization, founded in 1957 on the initiative of Karman for cooperation in the field of aviation science. It brings together on an equal footing countries, organizations, scientists and experts from around the world for the development of co-operation and exchange of information in the field of aerospace research. Central Aero-Hydrodynamic Institute is the only official representative of Russia to the organization. Congress ICAS — the largest international forum for Aeronautics, held since 1958 every two years and currently collect nearly 1,000 participants from more than 40 countries.

29 International Congress of ICAS-2014 will be held on the proposal of the Central hydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI) in St. Petersburg in 2014, First Air and Space Congress this level will take place in Russia.

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