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Daniel Mortari, the professor at the Texas A & M University
Daniel Mortari, the professor at the Texas A & M University
From the 14 – 18 of May, 2018, Daniel Mortari, the professor at the Texas A & M University, at the invitation of the RUDN University Engineering Academy, made lectures for students, studying the program «Mathematical Methods of the Mechanics of Flight of Launch Vehicles and Spacecraft», in Applied Mathematics and Informatics the topics of lectures steel «Theory of Connections in Engineering» and «Flower Satellites Constellations: from Art to Science»

Daniel Mortari is a professor at the Texas A & M University (College Station, Texas, USA), which ranks 195 in the top 200 best universities in the world, according to the QS World University Ranking. Professor D. Mortari has a Doctor of Science degree (Ph.D.), high publication activity and is the author of more than 37 scientific articles in Scopus. D. Mortari is a participant of many international scientific conferences and editor of a number of scientific journals in the United States.

D. Mortari's classes were held in English and took place at RUDN University Flight Control Center and at the Engineering Academy, where students actively participated in the work-asked interesting questions and kept summaries. At the lectures the students expanded their knowledge about the theory of connections in engineering, learned a lot of interesting information about the flower satellite constellations and about the engineering problems in the modern world.

In turn, representatives of the RUDN University Engineering Academy told to Professor D. Mortari about the education system, the student life in RUDN University, made sightseeing tours around Moscow.

The meeting with the professor was held in a warm and friendly atmosphere, and the professor himself promised to return again to RUDN University.

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