Moscow Polytech President Joins III Congress for Young Scientists at Sirius
On November 27, Moscow Poly president Vladimir Miklushevskii took part in the plenary session in the framework of the IIIrd Congress for Young Scientists that is taking placing at Sirius.
“Our goal is to transform the process of education. And it`s not about digitalization and implementation of new educational programs but also about establishing the first national school for electric transport”, - said Moscow Poly president Vladimir Miklushevskii.
On the first day of work, the Congress hosted 60 ,eetings – round tables, lectures, discussions and sessions. The head of the Ministry of Science and Education of the Russian Federation Valeriy Falkov joined a series of events held under the Congress, including the session for developing national science in the XXth century as the basis of modern break-through achievements in scientific sphere.
In November, the president of the Russian Federation signed an order aimed at advanced development of nature-like technologies. In addition to developing the corresponding development plan, the leader of the country assigned to establish the advanced research infrastructure and build a talent pool in this sphere. The scientific-research center “Kurchatov Istitute” will take up the leading role in the research.
The Ministry of Science and Education of the Russian Federation under assistance of Kurchatov Istitute has already carried out works in determining the basic principles and criteria for referring technologies to the nature-like ones.
As a reminder, the Congress for Young Scientists is taking place from November 28 to 30 at Sirius. This year, it united over 5,000 people from over 25 countries around the world.