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Past Events





SILK ROAD RESEARCH CENTER HOSTED A PUBLIC LECTURE: “INDIA’S ROLE IN CENTRAL ASIA: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND CONTEMPORARY ENGAGEMENTS””
May 24, 2016

Visiting Scholar at the Silk Road Research Center Mr. Mohammad Reyaz presented the lecture.Mohammad Reyaz, PhD Candidate at the Academy of International Studies, Research Scholar, India and Delhi based Journalist. His research interest lies on ‘Public Sphere’ in Central Asia and larger Muslim world and is currently working on Media in Central Asia for his Thesis. He has presented and published papers on in edited volumes and journals.Besides, he has extensively reported on different issues in India. His articles have appeared in Al Jazeera, DailyO, DNA, Scroll, etc.



SILK ROAD RESEARCH CENTER’S RESEARCH SEMINAR: “DETERMINANTS
AND WELFARE EFFECTS OF SMALLHOLDER EXPORT PARTICIPATION IN KYRGYZSTAN”
March 2, 2016

Guest lecturer: Dr. Damir Esenaliev, Senior Researcher at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI); Development
economist with experience in quantitative microeconomic research, survey methodology, and impact evaluation methods;
One of the key researchers at the Life in Kyrgyzstan ....
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SILK ROAD RESEARCH CENTER’S GUEST LECTURE: “THE PROCESS OF EMPIRICAL RESEARCH; MICRO-LEVEL DATASETS IN KYRGYZSTAN AND CENTRAL ASIA, INCLUDING THE LIFE IN KYRGYZSTAN PANEL
March 2, 2016

Guest lecturer: Dr. Damir Esenaliev, Senior Researcher at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI); Development economist with experience in quantitative microeconomic research, survey methodology, and impact evaluation methods; One of the key researchers at the Life in Kyrgyzstan Study.....



On 28 January 2016, Silk Road Research Center held a panel iscussion, “Collaborating to improve Research and Development”

Panelists were Mr. Nurlan Shaidullaev, Head of Computer Science Department, IAAU, Mr. Azamat Mourzaliev, and Lecturer at
IAAU, Former Director General of Alfa Telecom Company, Mr. Zhyldyzbek Zhakshylykov, Head of Industrial Engineering
Department, and Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator. Taalaigul Usonova, Deputy .......



The experience-sharing seminar “A journey of thousand miles begins with a single step” Confucius
On December 10, 2015

Silk Road Research Center of International Ataturk Alatoo University organized an experience-sharing seminar “A journey of thousand miles begins with a single step” Confucius.Guest speakers of the seminar were: Begai Duishenalieva - senior student of Finance and Banking department,grantee of Erasmus + Credit Mobility Programme scholarship to the University of Lodz, Poland, assistant at UNDP.
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"THE DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS OF CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES IN THE XXI CENTURY"
8-10 October 2015

International Ataturk Alatoo Unıversity hosted the internatıonal congress “The development prospects of Central Asian Countries in the XXI century” on 8-10 October2015 in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Leading researchers, experts and head of international organizations from 10
countries - the US, Belgium, Turkey, India, Pakistan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan discussed the economic, political and philosophical issues in
the context of the development prospects of Central Asian countries.
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Round table discussion "Kyrgyz society and its religious views"
November 6, 2014

Silk Road Research Center under the International Ataturk-Alatoo University held a round table discussion entitled as "Kyrgyz society and its religious views" with the
participation of prominent experts and scholars on religion, representatives of the State Commission on Religious Affairs and journalists.



The Opening Ceremony of Silk Road Research Center Round table “The significance of research practice at the universities”
September 24, 2014

An opening ceremony of Silk Road Research Center was held in the International Ataturk-Alatoo University on 24 of September in 2014 under the direction of Ibrahim Koncak.



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