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TTPU Makes Differences on Preserving Objects of Cultural Heritages in Uzbekistan


SEPTEMBER 17, 2020


Laureate: TTPU Makes Differences on Preserving Objects of Cultural Heritages in Uzbekistan

September 17, 2020
By Khasan Khankeldiyev, TTPU’s International Relations Department

Local participants of the seminar on preserving objects of the cultural heritages are getting ready to meet their counterparts from Italy, Germany, Croatia and Tajikistan via Zoom platform at TTPU’s conference hall (September 15, 2020).

At a seminar on preserving the cultural heritages held at TTPU this week, Laureate of the State Prize of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Abdusafi Rahmonov, said that Turin Polytechnic University makes differences and takes the responsibility while none of the universities of construction and architecture across Uzbekistan raised this issue. As a senior specialist at the Restoration and Research Department of Cultural Heritages in Tashkent, Mr. Rahmonov said that we need to rush to save the last brick and that traffic fumes are destroying historical monuments.

Thanks to ERAMCA Erasmus + project, local honorary speakers, professors and researchers met their counterparts from Italy, Germany, Croatia and Tajikistan in a virtual conference to shed light on problems that deteriorate conditions of cultural heritage sites in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. 

In his opening speech, Dr. Jamshid Inoyatkhodjayev, Rector of TTPU,  said,  “Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are meeting our Western partners online and have local partners here in the university’s  conference hall, but I can assure you it won’t affect the quality of the seminar at all.”

Dr. Inoyatkhodjayev was absolutely right as the quality of the seminar was really sustained from start to end as participants hotly debated over issues like restoring a school of restorers and the apathy of certain bodies of organizations to rushing to save the last brick of certain historical monuments.

A leading scholar and professor of Politecnico di Torino, Fulvio Rinaudo, said that frankness among participants will truly shed light on problems. Moreover, Alisher Yarkulov, a specialist at the Department for Preservation and Utilization of Cultural Objects of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan said that by optimizing our abilities and utilizing the experience and technologies of advanced Western economies in regard to the restoration of cultural objects, we will succeed in our mutual effort.

“History is not only historical monuments but also people, cultures, streets and dwellings. We should let those dwellings evolve along with historical monuments in their surroundings. We cannot just sweep away these historical dwellings and build modern buildings around historical monuments.” 

— Askar Khasanov, Professor of the Department Geotechnical engineering department, SamSACII


ERAMCA stands for Environmental Risk Assessment and Mitigation on Cultural Heritage Assets in Central Asia. It is a joint capacity building project between three program countries (Italy, Germany and Croatia) and two partner countries (Uzbekistan and Tajikistan). Since February 2020, Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent has been implementing an ERASMUS + ERAMCA project.

Laureate: TTPU Makes Differences on Preserving Objects of Cultural Heritages in Uzbekistan TTPU

Department of Automatic Control and Computer Engineering

The staff of the “Department of Automatic Control and Computer Engineering”, together with the specialists of the Competence Center of NTI SPPU “New manufacturing technologies” with the support of the program “University Alliance SAP” conducted a training course for teachers of the Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent (TTPU) under the program “Building business processes of intellectual enterprise”. The course was the first part of a 2-year large-scale curriculum for students and teachers of the university, the purpose of which is to prepare qualified staff for participation in digital transformation projects of “Uzavtosanoat” – the largest holding in Uzbekistan, which includes regional automobile enterprises, as well as companies with participation foreign capital from the Republic of Korea, Italy, Germany, USA, Japan and other countries.

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Turin Polytechnic University Conducts a Seminar on Preserving the Cultural Heritage Sites this September

February 13, 2020, Turin, Italy, the kick-off meeting of ERAMCA ERASMUS + project.

Strategy Forum on need analysis in Environmental Risk Assessment and Mitigation on Cultural Heritage Assets in Central Asia is to be conducted at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent on September 15, 2020, within the framework of the ERAMCA Erasmus + project.

Keynote speakers, researchers and participants of partner countries are expected to participate in the conference hall of the university or at least meet online in a virtual conference due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you want to join online webinar, please contact bonu.azizova@gmail.com to get a webinar link.

Dear applicants!

Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent announces a unique opportunity.

Students who score more than 70 points in entrance exams can receive sponsorship opportunities from JSC “Uzavtosanoat” and the enterprises included in it, as well as from the University itself.

The selection of candidates will take place in 2 stages:

  1. Interview with a special commission of the university
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Please note that after graduation, sponsored students will have obligations to work at the enterprise.

Also, the main condition for continuous sponsorship is the absence of fails in subjects.

All interested applicants, please submit your short resume by e-mail: a.tajimuratova@new.polito.uz no later than August 01, 2020.

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Turin Polytechnic University and the World Bank for the Safety of Public Schools in the City of Andijan

Turin Polytechnic University students are in a field of study in one of the public schools in the city of Andijan (August 9, 2019).

Turin Polytechnic University students and a team of experts assessed the seismic resistance of a number of public schools in the city of Andijan under the World Bank School Safety Project from August 1 to August 14 of 2019.

Professors and students from Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent and experts from the Institute of Mechanics and Seismology participated in field research to collect the necessary information from 9 different buildings and assess the seismic resistance of objects in the city of Andijan using Performance-Based Design technology.

The two-week research came out with the findings that helped the team develop blueprints and completed custom assessment questionnaires for each building block.

The next task of the team was to develop a structural model of buildings and conduct modeling to assess the seismic resistance of buildings using a special computer program.

For follow-ups of this news story, please check our news and upcoming events section.

To learn more about the research findings and structural modeling of the buildings to seismic resistance, please check the publication section of our department or just click on this link.


Professor Anvar Yumitov, Institute of Mechanics and Seismic Stability of Structures, is in a field of study in a public school in the city of Andijan (August 8, 2019).


SPACE.COM – New Curriculum for Space and Telecommunication Systems (~95 547 EUR)

Start: 15-11-2019 – End: 14-11-2022

Project Reference: 609715-EPP-1-2019-1-UZ-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

EU Grant: 998997 EUR

Program: Erasmus+

Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practice section

Type: Capacity Building in higher education


SPACE.COM is aimed to adapt, modernize and restructure existing curricula in space systems and communication engineering; to develop new certified courses according to the new achievements in the area, the labor market demands and the Bologna Process; to test innovated curricula and to disseminate the results.

The planned curricular reform will focus on the content, structure, teaching methods and the use of new teaching materials with regard to the European modernization agenda for higher education.

Specific objectives are:

– Analyses of educational needs in the target area according to the market demands and current curricula review;

– To design syllabi and course content and assessment for regular and continuing education courses in space systems and communication engineering to meet the user needs;

– To adapt/develop new e-learning courses with modular structure for the innovated curricula of partner universities and to establish a platform and procedures for knowledge sharing;

– To perform a pilot test and to start the implementation of the joint modules/courses delivery during the last project year;

– Rapprochement of the HEI of PCs with the Labour Market;






ERAMCA project

Start: 15-01-2020 – End: 14-01-2023

Project Reference: 609574-EPP-1-2019-1-IT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

EU Grant: 801376 EUR

Programme: Erasmus+

Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Action Type: Capacity Building in higher education


ERAMCA project introduces in the Partner Countries an interdisciplinary approach to the complex problem of environmental risk assessment and reduction on Cultural Heritage assets in Central Asia. The project starts with an investigation of the local needs in Partner Countries and transforms those requests into a curriculum of a Master (120 ECTS), a digital library where all the teaching materials (e.g. books, hypertexts, video, best practices) related to the courses planned for the Master are stored and freely accessible by everyone. The project foresees the realization of 4 specialized laboratories for the activation, in each of the Universities of the Partner Countries, of a Pilot Course to test the effectiveness of the didactic project with the users and eventually apply the appropriate corrections that will allow to draw up the didactic plan definitive. The laboratories will remain available to the Universities participating in the project for the systemization of the educational project in the institutional training activities. The UNESCO Office of Tashkent and the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Uzbekistan participate as associated partners to drive the project towards an internationally accepted standard and a real understanding of local needs. They will test if the achieved results will fit the real needs of the involved Partner Countries. The main envisaged impacts are the introduction into the Partner Countries HEIs of an interdisciplinary approach to solve complex problems that are of prominent local interest, the introduction of internationally accepted concepts on Conservation of Cultural Heritage assets, the correct comprehension of the environment actions on the Conservation of Cultural Heritage assets, and the growing up of the skills of a significant group of local teachers.