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April 1, 2022
The Institute of Applied Mathematical Research of the Karelian Research Centre RAS (IAMR KarRC RAS) and the Central University of Kerala (India) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on promoting cooperation in science and education. Scientists will conduct joint studies, in particular related to models and methods of applied probability and game theory.
On April 1st Director of the Institute of Applied Mathematical Research KarRC RAS Vladimir Mazalov signed the Memorandum on Cooperation with the Central University of Kerala. This is a dynamically developing university engaged in training of top-qualification specialists (MSc, PhD) and in research.

Ц Long-term partnership, in particular related to models and methods of applied probability and game theory, as well as research in collaboration with colleagues from the Central University of Kerala are among the current priorities for the Institute of Applied Mathematical Research, Ц remarked Alexander Rumyantsev, Senior Researcher at the Laboratory for Telecommunication Systems IAMR KarRC RAS.

IAMR KarRC RAS has had good experience of productive cooperation with Indian colleagues before. In 2018 Alexander Rumyantsev provided training for masterТs students at the Central University of Kerala within the international program Matrix Analytic Methods in Queueing Models. Since then, specialists from the two countries have been regularly having joint seminars and conferences and working together on large projects.

The scientist proclaims that such a partnership helps intensify scientific exchanges, sharing of expertise, and international collaboration on topics of joint interest. "Concerted response to new challenges and collaborative handling of the applied problems of today will be mutually beneficial for all parties to this agreement", Ц added Alexander Rumyantsev in conclusion.

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