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27 December 2017

About 600 teenagers attended classes of the Children’s University at the Moscow Poly

December 23 the last lesson of this year’s autumn-winter semester of the Children’s University was held at the Moscow Poly. This year the Moscow Poly has become officially one of profession-oriented projects in two training directions – “Dynamics” (11-12 years of age) and “Vectors” (13-14 years). About 600 schoolchildren attended the workshops in the university laboratories and learnt how design of modern cars is conceived, for whom a quadrocopter is required and why a car rides.

The Children’s University is a project of the Polytechnic Museum, enabling children to communicate with scientists and study the world around us. There are no exams at the university, but all the rest is almost real. The lectures, workshops and classes of general knowledge improvement are conducted by university teachers and experts from various scientific areas.


The students of two training directions – “Energy” (7-8 years of age) and “Dynamics” (11-12 years) studied at the Moscow Polytechnic University at the Bolshaya Semenovskaya Str. for the entire autumn semester. At the workshop of the transport faculty “Why the car rides?” children learnt driving on a simulator that imitates control of a real car. While Department of Design held an on-site lesson for the students of “Impulse” on the topic “How a modern car design is conceived”.
Participants of the training direction “Dynamics” learnt about design of copters by attending a series of workshops “For whom a quadrocopter is required” arranged by specialists of the laboratory “AgroRobotCom” and conducted by the teachers of the Moscow Poly Center for Project Activity. Also, the Polytechnic Museum prepared video-tours to the university laboratories – “Formula Student” and FabLab, where the students assemble racing cars and self-driven vehicles in the framework of project activity.








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