Dr. Kharrazi: Iran and Brazil are taking steps to promote the mutual cooperation

Date : 2017-12-01

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Dr. Kamal Kharrazi, the secretary of the CSTC, emphasized that Iran and Brazil are determined to promote and deepen the mutual scientific and research contributions between the two countries. He also added that this treaty paves the way for development of our contribution in the fields of technology and cognitive sciences and establishes a new frame for the execution of research and academic plans.

Dr. Kamal Kharrazi highlighted the invaluable achievements of Iranian researchers and scientists in cognitive sciences and mentioned that Iran-Brazil cooperation will result in the exchange of experiences and scientific information between the two countries.
The secretary of the CSTC referred to the current effective cooperation between the CSTC and two Brazilian research institutes and added that the professor/student exchange and execution of scientific plans in the fields of technology strengthens the bonds of mutual cooperation and this is in favor of the both sides. He also mentioned that, currently, some Iranian universities such as Tehran University and Institute for Cognitive Science Studies (ICSS) have cooperation with technology and research centers in Brazil and the newly signed treaty will further develop the execution of scientific and research plans.
Dr. Kharrazi added the point that the CSTC fully support the Iranian researchers in organizing mutual (Iran-Brazil) plans in cognitive sciences and technologies. He emphasized that promotion of this contribution in various fields results in the development of mutual connections as well as the exchange of experience and information among the researchers of the two countries.
It should be noted that the second treaty of scientific cooperation was signed and exchanged between Iran and Brazil in Tehran (Dr. Kamal Kharrazi, as the CSTC secretary and Dr. Carlos Thomas, the representative of the federal agency for support and evaluation of graduate education in the federal republic of Brazil (CAPES)). It is noteworthy that the first treaty has been signed between the CSTC and the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP).