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During the voyage, the cadets and the crew rose above themselves and thousands of nautical miles. They visited six foreign ports and took part in an international regatta. The sailing ship's call at the home port took place in accordance with the schedule in the morning of August 18th. Having completed the mooring procedures, everyone exhaled with relief: "Finally at home!" But the official end of each voyage is still announced during a ceremonial parade.
Admission committee of KSTU has completed reception of applications from entrants for the full-time bachelor and specialist degree programmes (on a free of charge basis). In some training programmes, the number of state-funded places this year has been increased. For example, 55 people were enlisted for "Shipbuilding, ocean engineering and system engineering of marine infrastructure objects" programme. The admission campaign ended successfully, all state-funded places found their owners. It is worth mentioning that the key performance indicator of the admission committee - the average score for the Unified State Exam- has increased. This year it is almost 61.7, which is much higher than last year.
For the first time ever Kaliningrad became a host city for the "Solar Regatta" - the first engineering competitions in Russia, during which teams develop, design and demonstrate the capabilities of solar-powered vessels built by them. The "Solar Regatta" is held within the framework of the "Engineering Competitions and Contests" project of the MariNet Roadmap of the National Technological Initiative, which is implemented with the support of the Strategic Initiatives Agency and RVC. In 2017, Kaliningrad State Technical University (KSTU) became a partner in the organization of the engineering competitions.
On July 21 the regional conference of the MariNet Working Group took place in the city of Kaliningrad. The purpose of the regional conference of the MariNet working group is to popularize the direction of NTI, expand the participants and attract new projects at the expense of the representatives of the Kaliningrad region. Over 40 representatives of leading companies, scientific centers and the Kaliningrad marine research institute, as well as state bodies and development institutions took part in the conference.
From June 30 to July 3 the final tournament of the First Group of the National Student Football League (NSFL) was held in Moscow at the "Moskovskiy" stadium. Ten teams of the Russian universities from Novosibirsk to Kaliningrad took part in it. If the team VRSAPCST (Kazan) through the winning streak of the Championship was able to secure the 1st place before the final tournament, the fight for the 2nd place to the last kept a suspense and left real chances to become silver medalists to the teams of KSTU (Kaliningrad ), DSTU (Rostov-on-Don), MPSU and GRSUOG (Moscow), PGSPPU (St. Petersburg).
On June 28 at the Center for Pre-University Training of KSTU hold yet another graduation. During the past academic year, 35 people from 17 countries were studying Russian at our university. They are mainly representatives of the countries of the African continent, Middle East, Vietnam, China, former Soviet republics, Sweden and even Panama. Most of the current graduates of the Pre-University Training Center will continue their studies at the faculties of KSTU and BFFSA, but some will also go to other Russian universities.
On May 15 Ekaterina Levchenko, 1st year master student of the Food Biotechnology department (degree programme 19.04.01 "Biotechnology" in "Food biotechnology"), started her scientific internship in Germany, in the scientific consulting laboratory (UBF - Untersuchung, Beratung, Forschung) of Altlandsberg (Berlin). In 2014 our university signed a cooperation agreement with this institution. The laboratoty is mainly concerned with the analysis of the quality and safety of food raw materials, food products, cosmetics, as well as with various scientific researches in the food industry.
The Serbian city of Kragujevac hosted an international conference on tribology. It was held under the aegis of the Tribological Society of Serbia and represented tribological societies of the Balkan countries. At the conference, Kaliningrad State Technical University was represented by a report by Professor S.V. Fedorov on the topic "Nanostructural standard of wear." Simultaneously, within the framework of this conference, prof.Fedorov managed the work of one of the sections devoted to fundamental problems of tribology. At the end of the conference a solid collection of works was published.
On June 1, a press conference for representatives of federal and regional mass media took place in the hall of the Academic Council of the BFFSA, where the senior management of KSTU, BFFSA and Sedov sailing ship told about the forthcoming plans. The Kaliningrad media got interested in the barque Sedov already in April, when it was reported that the sailing ship would be handed over from Murmansk State Technical University to  Kaliningrad State Technical University. By the order of the Federal Agency for State Property Management of April 14, 2017, barque Sedov was assigned on the basis of operational management to KSTU with the consent of the legal successor.
Now we have 44 representatives of this continent. They are students from Angola, Algeria, Ghana, Guinea and Equatorial Guinea, Zambia, Cameroon, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Nigeria, Tunisia. This day the university became Africa in miniature. Students, teachers and employees of the International department wearing bright national costumes met all those who came to the celebration. There were wild rhythms and vigorous dances performed by students from Zambia and Angola (Joshua Mfune and Dioclesio Tito).
V International Baltic Maritime Forum started on May 22 in the assembly hall of KSTU. The forum is organized by Kaliningrad State Technical University and Baltic Fishing Fleet State Academy. It is with good reason that this annual forum is known as one of the most significant events of the year in the scientific life of our region, marine and fisheries industry. It was opened by the traditional blow at the bell by the rector of KSTU V.A.Volkogon. The participants of the forum were greeted by the acting head of the West-Baltic Territorial Administration of the Federal Agency for Fisheries A.G. Zhukov and the head of the Fisheries Agency of the Kaliningrad region A.G. Mikhalevich.
A traditional bike ride "KSTU - Planeta Sport" took place on Sunday May 14. The day before the beginning of the event, over one thousand participants were registered. However, the excellent sunny weather attracted attention of much more people who decided to register at the start. At 08-30 in the parking near "Yantarniy" sports palace, the first participants were gradually coming. At the start, all the registered bicyclists were given packed lunches and provided technical assistance. Volunteers actively participated in the process of registration.
On April 23- 28 April the European Geosciences Union General Assembly EGU 2017 took place in Vienna (Austria). Our university was represented at the section "Innovative analytical methods for soil analysis" by a study prepared by two higher education institutions of Kaliningrad - I.Kant BFU (Institute of Living Systems) and KSTU. The results of the joint scientific research were presented orally - the PICO (Presenting Interactive COntent ®) presentation and published in the form of abstracts in the conference materials, as well as a journal article.
Exhibition of the top 40 technology projects GenerationS-2016 eight sectoral areas (AgroBioTech & Food, Sreative Industries, Finance & Banking Technologies, LifeScience, Mining & Metals, Power & an ENERGY, SmartCity, TechNet) and the final of the biggest in Russia and Eastern Europe start-up accelerator Generations was held on April 25 in Moscow in the Stadium Live concert hall. The main event of GenerationS main was held in the format of large-scale technological show and gathered hundreds of entrepreneurs, investors, corporations and members of the innovation ecosystem.
On Tuesday evening, April 25, the barque Kruzenstern left the Kaliningrad Sea Fishing Port and headed along the canal to the Baltic Sea. So the first voyage of 2017 started. This year's navigation is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Kruzenshtern's assignment as a training vessel under the pennant of the Russian fishing industry. The weather was not favourable: a light breeze, stormy clouds, spitting, and rain.On board the barque there were lonely trainees from the educational institutions of the Russian Federal Fishery Agency: Kerch, Astrakhan, St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad.
From 17 to 22 April, a representative delegation of the faculty of bioresources and nature management and the faculty of production and management automation visited Ostfalia Institute of Applied Research in Wolfsburg, Germany. For the students of "Ecology and Nature Management" internship in Germany has become a common thing - it has been held annually for several years. But the heads of the departments M.Leschinsky and S.Shibaev, prof. I.Rudinsky, associate professors O.Novozhilov and M.Shibaeva, senior teacher A.Aldushin this visit provided an opportunity not only to get acquainted with the educational and scientific achievements of the Institute, but also to formulate their proposals on promising areas of joint activity.
Although the Days of Africa have already become traditional to the university staff, the Day of Latin America was held for the first time. The celebration was initiated by the student Marco Reyes. Marco is a second-year student at KSTU, after pre-university training he was admitted to the construction department and is now finishing his first year of studying. Even before he began to learn Russian, he had become an active participant in almost all the university activities, those where one can prove himself in a song or dance.
On March 31- April 2, 2017 the team of KSTU-BFFSA took part in the Final of the Championship of the Student rowing league of the winter season in the city of St. Petersburg. The competitions once again showed an increasing interest in rowing among students of Russian universities. This time in the final 5th stage 120 representatives from 38 universities of the country competed. The team of Kaliningrad State Technical University was represented by the following students: Andrey Andreev - 15-EK-4, Pavel Barvin-16 ST-2, Kirill Ivanov - ST-2 and Konstantin Smirnov M-22 (BFFSA).
On April 3, Kaliningrad State Technical University signed an agreement in the field of education with Gdansk University. The agreement provides: exchange of employees who conduct didactic classes at the level of doctors of sciences, professors; joint participation in scientific projects; joint organization of scientific conferences etc.
A leading engineer of the Department of Aquaculture Dmitriy Pianov participated in the 11th Baltic Conference on Foodstuffs and Technologies for their Production (FOODBALT 2017, 11th Baltic Conference on Food Science and Technology). This year the conference was held on April 27-28 at the Latvian University of Agriculture, Jelgava, Latvia. Plenary and section reports by the leading scientists, technologists and graduate students on the latest achievements in the field of food science were presented at the conference. In total, the conference was attended by more than 100 participants from 10 different European countries.