TTPU Makes Differences on Preserving Objects of Cultural Heritages in Uzbekistan

TURIN POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY IN TASHKENT SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 TTPU NEWSLETTER Laureate: TTPU Makes Differences on Preserving Objects of Cultural Heritages in Uzbekistan September 17, 2020By Khasan Khankeldiyev, TTPU’s International Relations DepartmentLocal 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…

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

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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…

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

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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…

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