The tour was part of the New Geospatial Engineering Courses for Adaptation of Coastal Ecosystems to Climate Change (GEOCLIC) project, implemented under the European Union’s Erasmus+ program.
Professor Veysal Ayyubov, MSU Vice-Rector for Scientific Affairs, who moderated the seminar, spoke about the importance of the project in strengthening the potential of the university and highlighted the tasks ahead.
Then, reports were heard in accordance with the program of the seminar.
Aytaj Javadova from the Department of Physics and Ecology of Mingachevir State University made presentations on the topic “Project work plan”, Leyla Ahmedova on the topic “Information on subjects, learning outcomes” and Gulmira Mammadova on the topic “Information about partners”.
The seminar ended with a survey of the project participants.
It should be noted that currently MSU pays special attention to capacity building and active participation in student and teacher exchange projects within the Erasmus + program.