RTU MIREA hosted the Russian-Kazakhstan Youth Forum: Science and Digitalization


On November 25, RTU MIREA hosted the Russian-Kazakhstani Youth Forum: Science and Digitalization held in an online format. 

The Forum has become a dialogue platform aimed to develop the scientific and educational potential of Russian and Kazakhstan organizations and enterprises, open up opportunities for young people in the field of science and information technologies.

During the sessions of the Implementation of digital technologies in science and education  and Youth cooperation in the scientific and educational sphere sections, the participants exchanged ideas and discussed projects of bilateral cooperation, developments in science and research attained by young people; discussed the prospects of youth in science and education; talked about the challenges of global transformation in today’s life and educational trends in the era of digitalization, the advantages and disadvantages of the virtual educational space. The participants emphasized the necessity to expand the interaction between science and education in future on a single platform; raised various interaction issues. The sections were moderated by Zaur Ayazovich Mamedyarov, Senior Researcher of the Department of Science and Innovation, candidate of economic sciences, representative of the Young Scholars Council of the Institute of World Economic Relations; Margarita Aleksandrovna Bryanskaya, senior Associate Professor of the Philological Department of the Khazakhstan branch of Lomonosov Moscow State University; Tokhtar Kommunarovich Bolysov, Executive Director of the Association Congress of Youth of Kazakhstan.

Upon the completion of the event, the participants made a number of proposals to the resolution, expressed their wish to master new teaching methods and educational platforms that are offered to the modern academic and educational community, to consolidate the efforts of the young scholars’ community to create an international information platform for closer interaction, and to consider the possibility for conducting online tours of university laboratories.

The forum was attended by students, post-graduate students and young teachers of the humanities and social sciences from central and regional universities, employees of research organizations, representatives of public associations of young scientists from Russia and Kazakhstan, and heads of youth public associations.

At the opening of the Forum, Denis Valerievich Ashirov, Director of the Department of State Youth Policy of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, addressed the participants with the words of welcome and expressed his hope for  further interaction. Other participants also addressed the meeting, among them: Samantha Nurlanovna Kazikhanova, Head of the Department of Scientific Analytics and International Cooperation of the Science Committee of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Ruslan Khasanovich Arsanukaev, First Secretary of the Third Department of CIS Countries of the Russian Foreign Ministry; Alexey Anatolyevich Koropchenko, Head of the Rossotrudnichestvo Representative Office in the Republic of Kazakhstan; Ayan Kazhimerovich Sakoshev, Director of the Research Center “Youth”; Grigory Valerievich Petushkov, Chairman of the Association of Public Associations National Council of Youth and Children’s Associations of Russia, Director of the Institute of Youth Policy and International Relations RTU MIREA; Raushan Zhabaikhanovna Abdildina, Deputy Director for Research and Educational Activities of the Kazakhstan Branch of Lomonosov Moscow State University, Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Daria Yurievna Chizhova, Director of the Information and Analytical Center for the Study of Social and Political Processes in the Post-Soviet Space at Lomonosov Moscow State University.

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