International cooperation of the Air Transportation Management Department is aimed at the development, search and creation of new opportunities for the scientific growth of scientific and pedagogical staff and students, raising internal scientific and educational standards, promoting the spread of a positive image of Ukraine and Ukrainian science and education abroad. For the establishment of international cooperation, the department has for decades created and continues to actively develop a network of contacts with foreign universities and specialists in various branches of aviation transport and logistics.
In 1999, Yun G.M. the head of the department, as part of the NAU delegation, visited the Dresden Technical University to discuss the project under the Tempus program of the European Union. The discussion was attended by Professor Udartsev E.P., Professor Yun G.M., Professor Kulik M.S. and Professor Krause of the Technical University of Dresden.
In 2004, a delegation from NAU headed by G.M. Yun visited Wenzhou University (China) in order to negotiate the opening of the specialty “Transport Technologies” and joint training of Chinese students in English.
In 2010, a delegation from NAU headed by G.M. Yun visited the Korea Aerospace University (KAU) at the invitation of the president of the university, Professor Yu Jank. As a result, an agreement was reached on the practical implementation of one of the provisions of the “Letter of intent” – to promote the development of human resources in the aerospace industry.
In 2011, the first trip of students of the English-language project of the specialty “Organization of transportation and management of transport (air)” took place within the framework of a bilateral agreement on cooperation with the Faculty of Aviation Transport and Logistics of KAU. The purpose of the exchange was to participate in the work of the International Summer Program at KAU. The program was supposed to listen to two courses of lectures, which were conducted by professors from the USA, South Korea and Ukraine. From Ukraine lectures were prepared by Ph.D., Associate Professor of the ATM Department V.A. Mironyuk (in the photo on the left).
For several years now, the Air Transportation Management Department has provided an opportunity for students studying in the direction of training “Transport technologies (air transportation)” to obtain additional knowledge in their specialty at the Korean Aerospace University (Seoul, South Korea). The program is highly popular with the international student community.
More than sixty students from sixteen countries come to gain academic knowledge and experience in aviation. The study lasts a month and includes not only lectures but also practical classes. Program participants have a unique opportunity to visit Incheon International Airport, the headquarters of South Korean Airlines and the cargo complex.
Upon completion of the program, students of the ATM Department Svetlana Zyukina, Alina Ksyondzik, Anastasia Sokolovskaya and Julia Tarasenko successfully passed the exams and received diplomas and certificates of completion of training at the International Summer School of the Korean Aerospace University.
In 2014, students of the ATM Department were trained at the summer school of the Korea Aerospace University in Seoul. For several years now, the Air Transportation Management Department has provided an opportunity for students who study in the direction of training “Transport technologies (by air)” to gain additional knowledge in their specialty in the capital of South Korea.
On May 27, 2013, on the basis of the ATM Department, an awarding ceremony was held for students who took part in the 16th conference of young scientists “Science is the future of Lithuania” under the guidance of Associate Professor of the Air Transportation Management Department V.Yu.Ivannikova
The conference took place on May 6-8, 2013 at the VGTU Vilnius Technical University named after Gediminas (Vilnius, Lithuania). The conference was attended by lecturers, postgraduates and students from Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland. The Institute of Economics and Management was represented by students and teachers of the Air Transportation Management Department.
The topics of the reports were devoted to transport policy, theoretical foundations of transport systems, technologies of passenger and cargo transportation, technologies of loading and unloading works, information technologies in the field of transport, management and economics of transport. Students of the Air Transportation Management Department were awarded diplomas, namely:
K.Golovenko, K.Krishkevich, O.Lyashenko, T.Manzyuk, T.Nadutenko, R.Novitska
Students of the ATM Department, who took part in the 16th conference of young scientists “Science - the future of Lithuania” under the guidance of Ph.D., Associate Professor V.Yu. Ivannikova (in the photo in the center), namely: K.Golovenko, K.Krishkevich, O.Lyashenko, T.Manzyuk, T.Nadutenko, R.Novitska
In September 2015, a series of guest lectures by Professor Aidan Runa, a leading aviation specialist at the Dublin Institute (Institute of Technology), took place at the National Aviation University on the basis of the Air Transportation Management Department.
The visit of Aidan Rooney was organized by the Deputy Head of the ATM Department for International Cooperation, PhD of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the ATM Department V.Yu.Ivannikova, who met Aidan during an internship in Ireland, at the Dublin Institute of Technology.
Professor Aidan Rooney was at the department as part of the Erasmus Mundus ACTIVE international academic exchange program funded by the European Commission. The lectures covered a wide range of issues related to aircraft maintenance, operations at airports and airlines, the human factor in aviation.
Following the visit of Professor Aidan Rooney, an agreement was reached on further cooperation between the National Aviation University and the Dublin Institute of Technology in the field of aviation transport technology.
The Air Transportation Management Department continues to develop international relations in the framework of scientific and scientific-technical cooperation with foreign countries within the framework of signed bilateral cooperation agreements.
Scientific and scientific-technical cooperation with foreign organizations
|Theme of cooperation
|The document within the framework of which the cooperation is carried out, its validity period
|Practical results and publications
|Republic of Korea
|Korean Aviation University
|Participation in the work of the international summer school within the framework of the agreement between NAU and KAU on student exchange
|Agreement on the exchange of students between NAU and KAU from 2011.
|Annually in July 2-3 students of English-speaking groups attend 2 courses within the framework of the International Summer School at KAU, about which they receive relevant international certificates.
|Vilnius Technical University named after Gediminas (VTUG)
|Participation in the annual conference of young scientists “Science – the future of Lithuania”
|Agreement on cooperation between NAU and VTUG
|Every year in May, teachers and students take part in the conference, about which they receive the corresponding international certificates and the publication of abstracts in the collection of materials of the international conferenceIn addition, teachers and students of the ATM Department take part in the international programs Erasmus + and Horizon 2020.
The department continues to cooperate with Griffith University (Australia) in the joint training of doctors of science (PhD) and the publication of scientific papers in the journal “Aeronautica”.
Many graduates of the ATM Department work as foreign representatives of airlines in Amsterdam, Rome, Athens, Tokyo, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, New York, Beijing, Milan and others.
The main directions of international cooperation of the department:
– participation of students, graduate students, scientists and scientific-pedagogical workers in international conferences, symposia, round tables;
– publications of scientific and pedagogical workers in international scientific journals included in the scientometric databases SCOPUS, Web of Science, Google Scholar, etc .;
– holding international conferences with the involvement of foreign specialists in the field of transport technologies in the organization and participation;
– implementation of joint publishing activities with foreign publishing houses, scientific and educational institutions and the exchange of scientific printed products;
– submission of documents for participation in the Erasmus + international academic mobility program together with the European partner Dublin Institute of Technology (Republic of Ireland) in order to receive a grant for educational mobility between the Department of Air Transportation Management and the Department of Transport Engineering at Dublin Institute of Technology;
– conclusion of bilateral and multilateral agreements on cooperation with higher educational institutions and research institutions of foreign countries;
– continued fruitful cooperation with Korean aerospace university (South Korea), Griffith University (Australia), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (USA), Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland), Salford University (UK), University of Southern Queensland (Australia) Nanchang Institute of Aeronautical Technology, (China).
In 2018, at the invitation of G.M.Yun The ATM Department was visited by Professor Paul Bates – Head of the Department of Aviation and Logistics at the University of South Queensland, Australia. The purpose of the visit was to discuss further cooperation between the ATM Department and the Department of Aviation and Logistics of the University of South Queensland.
Head of the Department of Organization of Aviation Works and Services, Ph.D., Assoc. V.V.Belan, Head of the ATM Department, Doctor of Technical Sciences, prof. G.M.Yun, a guest of the ATM Department from Australia - Head of the Department of Aviation and Logistics at the University of South Queensland, prof. Paul Bates and Dean of the Faculty of Transportation Technology, Ph.D. K.V. Marintseva against the background of the first Ukrainian aerobatic biplane ``Gorobets``, 2018
The department has concluded a cooperation agreement with the University of Žilina (Žilina, Slovakia) in order to jointly prepare masters in the specialty 275 “Transport Technology (Air Transportation)” in the format of obtaining a double diploma of European standard
In 2019, Sc.D., professor of the ATM Department Goncharenko Andriy Viktorovych took part in the international scientific congress “The 2nd Aviation and Space Congress” held at Kielce University of Technology and Rzeszow University of Technology, which took place in Tsedzina, Poland.
Also in 2019, the professor participated in the international scientific-practical conference “Smart Aircraft 2019”, held at Xi’an Jiaotong University in Xi’an, China, where he presented a research on “Main Components and Stages of the Hybrid- Optional Doctrine Development”.
In 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021, Sc.D., professor of the ATM Department, Goncharenko A.V. participated in the international scientific conference “Advanced Computer Information Technologies (ACIT-2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)”, held at the University of Southern Bohemia in the Czech Republic and the Deggendorf Institute of Technology (Bavaria, Germany)