Second International Conference

Mathematics in Armenia: Advances and Perspectives

24-31 August, 2013, Tsaghkadzor, Armenia

Dedicated to the 70th anniversary of foundation of

Armenian National Academy of Sciences

Conference Venue

The conference will be held at Yerevan State University’s Guesthouse, Tsaghkadzor, Armenia.

Tsaghkadzor (Valley of Flowers in Armenian), is situated 50 km north from Yerevan in the Kotayk Province, in the southeastern slope of Teghenis Mountains, 1750 meters above sea level, surrounded with alpine meadows. Tsakhkadzor is known for being a ski resort, with forests and an ancient monastery. It is a training base for high-level sports, a winter sports resort and one of the country important summer destinations.
  From the 4th to the 5th centuries its forest used to be the hunting area for the Armenian kings of the Arshakuni dynasty. On the slope of Teghenis Mountain, in the eastern part of the town, near the monastery of Kecharis, stretches out the 5-level ropeway that is 6105m long and is 1969-2819m above the sea level. The rope-way, which was constructed in 1967, was commissioned until 2004, and during 2004-2007 the five stations of the new rope-way were re-built Tsakhkadzor ropeway is considered to be the best in the Caucasus and it opens a beautiful view of Lake Sevan.

Yerevan State University’s Guesthouse, located in Taghkadzor, has all necessary environment for the conference. During last years several international mathematical conferences took place there.

To see the pictures of Yerevan State Univesity’s Guesthouse, please visit Hyurservice's Hotel's page and Yerevan State University's gallery.

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