About Kaliningrad region
The Kaliningrad Region is a unique region of Russia. Region is located on the southeastern coast of the Baltic Sea and is the westernmost region of the Russian Federation completely separated from the rest of the country by the land borders of foreign states and international sea waters.

With its small territory, Kaliningrad region is characterized by special natural conditions. A strip along the southern ice-free part of the Baltic Sea, which is a humid lowland plain with mild winters and a cool summer — these are quite favorable natural conditions of the region.

The Kaliningrad region is one of the smallest regions in Russia. But, despite this, you can find a wide variety of natural landscapes. And oak groves, pine forests, and many kilometers of bogs and meadows, and even sand dunes on the Curonian Spit. The entire Kaliningrad region is dotted with rivers and streams.
Baltic Forum: Neuroscience, Artificial Intelligence and Complex Systems
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University
Aleksandra Nevskogo street, 14, Kaliningrad, Kaliningrad region, 236041