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The General Assembly of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) of Armenia has elected President of the Russian Academy of Sciences, academician Aleksandr Sergeyev an Honorary Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, based on the decision of the presidency of the NAS, as reported the news-analysis service of the NAS.

“Aleksandr Sergeyev has been president of the Russian Academy of Sciences since 2017. His scientific researches cover laser physics, femtosecond optics, theory of non-linear wave phenomena, plasma physics and biophotonics. Evidence of his prolific work are his 350 scientific articles and works, as well as his teaching career.

The merited scholar has received state awards of the Russian Federation for his weighty contributions to science.

Aleksandr Sergeyev is one of the apologists of the scientific research activities of the Armenian and Russian National Academies of Science. Based on the draft roadmap for cooperation in the fields of science and technology, the Academies of both countries will carry out large-scale programs, including study of geophysical and seismogeodynamic processes, development and creation of acoustic-electronic devices based on new synthesized substances, development of COVID-19 diagnosis packages, etc.

On September 30, President of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, academician Ashot Saghyan met with President of the Russian Academy of Sciences Aleksandr Sergeyev in Moscow and discussed the overriding directions for cooperation between the Academies of both countries,” the press release reads.

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