The project of the Siberian Institute of Applied Systems Analysis named after A.N. Antamoshkin won the competition ‘Russia and Germany: Scientific and Educational Bridges’, which was held within the framework of the Russian-German Year of Scientific and Educational Partnerships 2018–2020 under the patronage of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and the Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The project was among the 25 winners; a total of 125 applications were submitted for the competition. The awards ceremony took place on September 15, at the Brandenburg Academy of Sciences (studio in Berlin) and the National Research Technological University MISiS (studio in Moscow).
The scientific supervisor of the institute Eugene Semenkin took part in the awards ceremony in Moscow, and the director of the institute Evgeny Sopov participated remotely in the awards ceremony and conference on the results of the year of partnership.