Research Area. Programs

By Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of March 12, 2015 No 190 the list of priority directions of research of Republic of Belarus in 2016-2020 was approved.

By Decree of President of Republic of Belarus of April 22, 2015 No 166 the list of priority directions of scientific and technical activities in Republic of Belarus in 2016- 2020 was approved.

On the basis of Decree of President of Republic of Belarus of April 22, 2015 No 166 and Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of March 12, 2015 No 190 were approved:

Priority directions of scientific and technical activities of BSU in 2016-2020 (reviewed and approved at the Joint Meeting of the Council of BSU and the Scientific Council of BSU of November 30, 2015)

Priority directions of research of BSU in 2016-2020 (reviewed and approved at the Joint Meeting of the Council of BSU and the Scientific Council of BSU of November 30, 2015)

Research Programs are a set of assignments which are linked in resources, executives and timeframes and consist in conducting of fundamental and applied research, development and technological works, culminating in the creation of new or improved technologies, types of products or services, as well as organizational and technical solutions of industrial, administrative, commercial or any other type, the implementation of these innovations in production and release of newly implemented products.

The Programs are elaborated in accordance with the priority directions of research areas of the Republic of Belarus and directions of scientific and technical activities and can be scientific support of state economic and social programs. The procedures of elaboration and implementation of state research programs (SRP) and state scientific and technical programs (SSTP) (state, regional and industrial, hereinafter – the Programs) are determined by relevant legal documents.

In 2016, the institutions and subdivisions of the BSU has been carrying out 77 assignments of 22 programs , 2 individual projects (scientific, scientific and technical, innovation) elaborated on a competitive basis.

The BSU is the head executive organization of 1 State Programs and 2 State Scientific and Technical Programs.