Video interviews

Visit of the delegation within the framework of the project "Innovations for sustainable use of agricultural resources and adaptation to climate in the arid steppes of Kazakhstan and South-Western Siberia", Institute of Soil Science at Leibniz Universität Hannover.

Kerstin Thomsen, Director of the company "Umwelt-Geräte-Technik GmbH, UGT", Müncheberg, Germany.

Georg Guggenberger – speaker, supervisor, Institute of Soil Science at Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany.

Jonathon Little - Professor from the Monroe Community College of the State University of New York.

The purpose of the visit: training online course on hybrid online remote sensing with a focus on agriculture to undergraduates and teachers of the faculty of land management, architecture and design of KATU.

Jonathon Little

Professors in biology and mathematics, Mr. Bruno Anselme and Mr. Francis Dorra from the French higher education institution Lycée Fénelon.

The purpose of the delegation’s visit was to familiarize with the university, analyze the process of teaching the disciplines “Mathematics” and “Biology” in the three priority areas of animal husbandry, plant protection and quarantine and soil science

Bruno Anselme

Francis Dorra

Delegation interview of leading French scientists led by Marion Guillou, President of the Agreenium Scientific and Educational Consortium, and Gilles Trystram, Rector of AgroParisTech Agricultural University.

During the visit, the French delegation got acquainted with the activities and the educational process of KATU, and also met with the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Omarov S.K.
KATU together with AgroParisTech University has prepared a roadmap for curriculum modernization and transition to double-degree education, and for its implementation has developed a new budget program and submitted it for consideration to higher organizations.

Марион Гийю

Жиль Тристрама

Клод Бернард

Кристоф Содор

Interview with expert of the scientific information management of the National Agricultural Research Institute (INRA, France), Professor Diane Le Henaff .

The objective of the visit is to learn more about the activities of the university, as well as discuss issues of bibliometry and scientometry and improve the quality of publications abroad.