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The Armenian Youth Foundation (AYF) awarded a grant totaling $3,072 to our organization funding equipment to enable expansion of the Armath program. The Foundation’s mission is to preserve Armenian heritage by proudly supporting a variety of youth programs. Since 1973, it has awarded more than $780K in grants to over 20 organizations and Armenian schools....
Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Conference and Fundraiser Conducted by: Nane Avagyan The Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America (AESA) is celebrating its 40th anniversary with two significant events. On October 21, a scientific and technical conference entitled “Achievements and New Frontiers in the Field of Science” will be held...
Thanks to AESA’s invaluable support, the Masters of Science in Aerospace Instrumentation program has achieved a resounding success! Thirteen highly qualified students have met the rigorous entry criteria and are wholeheartedly committed to the demanding 2-year program. Furthermore, a wide array of cutting-edge research topics has been meticulously curated and disseminated among the participants. On...
Dear AESA Community, The Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America (AESA) is deeply saddened by recent events and stands in unwavering solidarity with the 120,000 civilians of Artsakh who have been affected by acts of aggression. We extend our heartfelt condolences to the families who have lost loved ones and those who continue to suffer unjustly...
The 2021 Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine has been awarded to David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian for their discoveries of receptors for temperature and touch, a statement by the Nobel Assembly said on Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Read more here.
The new funding gives the 2-year-old company $3.7 million in total funding raised, which includes $700,000 in pre-seed and various other stages of early investment, CEO Tigran Petrosyan told Crunchbase News. Petrosyan, who has a background in biomedical engineering, and his brother, Vahan Petrosyan, CTO, built SuperAnnotate on technical algorithms Vahan was developing as part of his Ph.D....
The Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America (AESA) Science Olympiad Committee congratulates all the students, teachers, parents, judges, mentors, sponsors, donors, volunteers, committee members, and all other supporters who made the 20th AESA Science Olympiad a successful and memorable event. Los Angeles, CA – March 23, 2021: Established in 2002, the AESA Science Olympiad Committee...
LOS ANGELES—The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger to donate electrical safety analyzers and portable medical devices no longer needed by the County to the Biomedical Engineering Committee of Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America. Read more on Asbarez.com here.
With double-digit annual growth rates, Armenia’s tech sector has become the fastest-growing segment–employing 20,000 workers. Once dominated by men, now the country’s tech sector employs 30 percent women–larger than the 20 percent global average of women employed in IT. Two women tech executives discuss their journey through the male-dominated sector. Read more here…
Click on the link to hear Paolo Pirjanian talk about companion robots on this podcast. Podcast: Paolo Pirjanian on why building companion robots is a ‘moonshot’
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