Kulunda international project results have been discussed at the seminar in Leipzig

2 March 2016 Department of Economic Geography and Cartography

On 26–27 February the Institute for Regional Geography (Leipzig, Germany) hosted the “Social and economic changes, migration and agriculture restructuration. Kulunda international project results and problems of knowledge transfer to regional network” seminar. The participants included the project members from Germany, Czech Republic and Russia.

Altai State University was represented at the seminar by head of the Department of Economic Geography and Cartography Nikolay I. Bykov and professor of the Department of Empirical Sociology and Conflict Management Alie M. Sergienko. The participants have not only discussed the obtained results, but also chalked out the plans for the future.

The seminar organizers took the participants on the sightseeing tour of the city, touched upon the work of the Institute and, particularly, the Institute’s Library, where the unique materials are kept: medieval collections of maps, first publications of the scientists, who studied Siberia in the 18th century, and so on.

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