February 2024

Moscow Polytech Holds Panel Discussion “100 Questions About Science”

On February 9, Moscow Polytech held a panel discussion entitled “100 Questions about Science” – an event commemorated to the Russian Science Day. According to the organization committee, the meeting was mainly aimed at breaking the stereotype that science is boring.

The list of speakers:

Safonov Evgeny – dean of faculty of mechanical engineering

Sokolov Andrei – dean of faculty of chemical technology and biotechnology

Nekrasov Dmitry – deputy dean for science (Faculty of chemical technology and biotechnology

Tipalin Sergei – deputy dean for science (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering)

Volnov Iliya– assistant professor at department for “Machines and Technology Foundry”

Moshin Andrei – post-graduate, assistant for department of “Low-Temperature Engineering”

In the course of the discussion, a lot was said about science in general, about the elaborations that Moscow Polytech undertakes and about the role that scientific advisor plays, after which every participant had a chance to ask speakers questions.

The following issues were brought up for discussion:

  • Relevance of student science
  • How to choose a good mentor and scientific advisor
  • Social networks as an information venue to promote science
  • Project activity
  • Who to talk to about one`s ideas and projects
  • How to find resources, motivation and strength for scientific activity

“Students asked many questions, which means that we have managed to pique audience`s interest. I hope that guys will seriously think about going into science. They saw that we`re always open for both scientific and other kind of interaction”, – said the organizer of the event, deputy dean of the faculty of mechanical engineering, assistant for the department of Machines and Technology Foundry”.

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