About the Academy
INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF MAIN EDUCATION (IAME)
The main objective of the project
We do not strive for the unrestrained growth of our ranks, as many public academies do, but we remember the words of Pierre Fermat: "Many will come and go, but science is enriched."
We do not conflict with the public scientific sector, as others do. We are taking a parallel course, because in scientific creativity, as well as in art, its results do not depend on the formal affiliation of their authors to the official (state) system. As Goethe wrote, "Science is a plant that develops independently of those who study it, and gives buds, which are plucked by those who turn up in time when this bud has blossomed."
And, finally, we carry out our activities in strict accordance with the Federal Law "On Science and State Scientific and Technical Policy", international conventions and other legal documents, taking into account Russian and foreign traditions and ethical standards.
The main goal of the IAME is to study the problems of education.
Honorary President of the IAME
S. B. Supranyuk.
BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT THE ACADEMY
We follow this motto.
The legal address of the IAME is 192076, St. Petersburg, ext. ter. city of the municipal district Rybatskoe, ter. Ust-Slavyanka, st. Slavyanskaya, 3, pom. 1-H.
Actual address: 196070, st. Frunze , 8, office 101, St. Petersburg, Russia
Communication channels and postal address:
President of the IAME, Dolgov Oleg Viktorovich (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vice-President, Academician of the IAME, Secretary of the Attestation and Dissertation Councils Professor Evgeny Vasilievich Shalobaev (email@example.com)
Chief Scientific Secretary - Academician of PANI, IAME, Professor Alexander Vladimirovich Bologov (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Postal address: 196070, Russia, St. Petersburg, st. Victory, 8, office. 103
The most important academic events (international, problematic, thematic conferences, symposia, seminars, round tables, etc.) are held on the basis of a number of universities in St. Petersburg: (Mendeleev Center of St. Petersburg State University, ITMO, Institute of Technology, etc.), and cultural centers (House of Scientists of St. Petersburg, Russian National Library, Museum of Theater Arts, Museum-Apartment of Rimsky-Korsakov, etc.), as well as in similar organizations in Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Omsk, and other Russian and foreign cities.
Management of the IAME as a legal entity is carried out by the President alone in accordance with the powers determined by the Charter. The election of scientists as academicians of the IAME does not entail compulsory membership in the organization, if they are foreign or domestic members of the academy, participating exclusively in scientific events. Therefore, there are full members - (Actual Member) and associate members (elected on the recommendation of any of the academicians - participants in scientific and organizational interaction) - (Active Member).
Legally, such a system complies with the norms of the Federal Law "On Public Associations" and allows, without complicating the statutory activities of the organization in accordance with the legal norms concerning its organizational and legal form in the form of an association, without limiting the participation of all interested scientists in the work of this organization.
Thus, the IAME Presidium, the Academic Council, the Expert Council, the Attestation Council, the Joint Dissertation Council, specialized dissertation councils, and research groups in various scientific areas are formed from among the academicians.
MAIN SCIENTIFIC DIRECTIONS:
- general and sectoral issues of fundamentalization of education;
- problems of informatization of education;
- problems of international scientific and educational integration;
- problems of non-state (public and international) certification of scientific workers and applicants for scientific degrees working in practical fields of activity;
- humanitarian and cultural problems;
- medical and biological problems;
- scientific, technical and technological problems;
- economic problems;
- environmental problems;
- innovative, implementation and expert problems;
- the latest problems of philosophy.
Science and education in Russia is a perfectly fine-tuned system with established traditions. Russian scientists are rightfully recognized. And graduates of higher education are in demand in many countries and the "brain drain" is becoming a national security problem.
A democratic state, even with optimal management methods and with a clear understanding of the problem, is not able to stop this process both for purely economic reasons and because of the persistent inertia of mental and behavioral stereotypes in the scientific environment itself, especially among officials from science who continue to "manage it. ".
It is impossible to control the real one, because science is creativity.
Therefore, many scientists who have worked and continue to work in official science put something in its "Procrustean bed", and what does not fit - they carry it in themselves or put it "on the table" due to lack of demand or rejection on the part of traditionally thinking colleagues who have decision-making power.
Thus, the creative process experiences a pernicious inhibition. But if in the field of culture this is obvious due to the ability of cultural figures to use the theatrical stage and television to defend their opinions. etc., then the creative process in science is not visible, and scientific polemics are incomprehensible to ordinary members of society.
The situation can be corrected only by the public itself, and in science - only by scientists themselves, joining their efforts with sufficiently educated representatives of the public and business circles.
Such a pooling of efforts of scientists made it possible to create the International Academy of Main Education (IAME).
IAME is aware of its high mission, and the scientific and educational potential of scientists included in the expanded scientific council allows solving the problems facing the academy and looking confidently into the future.