International Scientific Conference Mathematical Modelling and Methods of Structural Analysis 2019 will take place in Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (MGSU).
Address: 129337, 26, Yaroslavskoye Shosse, Moscow, Russia
(1) Maxima Slavia Hotel (3 stars), 44, Yaroslavskoe shosse., Moscow, 129337
(2) Apart-Hotel «Hanoi-Moscow» (4 stars), 146 build 2, Yaroslavskoe shosse, Moscow, 129347
(3) Hotel Sayan (2 stars), 116-2, Yaroslavskoe shosse., Moscow, 129337
(4) Hotel Cosmos (3 stars), 150, Prospekt Mira, Moscow, 129366
(5) MGSU Student Hostel, Corp. 1, Golyanovskaya Str., 3-a, Moscow, 105094
Conference participants can stay in the student hostel for free. The number of rooms is limited. For more information please contact us via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get MGSU by Subway from Airport
Aeroexpress (schedule) to Belorusskiy railway station, from Belorusskaya station to VDNKh by subway.
It takes 18 minutes from Belorusskiy railway station to VDNKh.
Aeroexpress (schedule) to Paveletskaya station, from Paveletskaya (Zamoskvoretskaya Line) up to VDNKh.
It takes 20 minutes from Paveletskaya station to VDNKh station.
Aeroexpress (schedule) to Kiyevskiy railway station, Kiyevskaya subway station (Arbatsko–Pokrovskaya Line) up to VDNKh.
It takes 25 minutes from Kiyevskaya station to VDNKh station.
From the subway station VDNKh, then bus number 136, 172, 244, 903 or trolleybus number 76 to stop MISI or Ulica veshnih vod.
26, Yaroslavskoye Shosse
About Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (MGSU) was established in 1921. Before 1993 it was known as Moscow Institute of Civil Engineering named after V.V. Kuibyshev (MISI). It is one of the oldest technical institutes of higher education of the Russian Federation. MISI was established on the basis of the Middle civil engineering college, functioning since 1907.
The status of «National Research University» is established by the Government of the Russian Federation for the next 10 years to the results of competitive selection of development programs of universities, aimed at staffing of the priority directions of development of science, technology, equipment, branches of economy, social sphere, development and introduction in manufacture of high technologies, for universities equally effectively implementing the educational programs of the higher professional and postgraduate professional education and performing fundamental-detailed and applied scientific research on a wide range of sciences. At the present moment MGSU is a leading civil engineering institute of higher education in the Russian Federation. The University comprises 10 big institutes, more than 50 departments, implementing the training of specialists in a wide range of scientific areas. There are 40 specialized scientific laboratories; more than 50 innovative structures are making scientific and venture research in the sphere of design and construction of safe and comfortable buildings, structures and complexes, being an innovative pool of new knowledge in civil engineering. There are now more than 18000 students studying at the University. NRU MGSU has 6 branches in the Moscow region and one branch in the Samara region, 8 offices in the Moscow region, 3 offices in the Tumen, Smolensk and Tula regions, as well as offices in the Republic of Bashkortostan and Stavropolsk region.
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