Young scientists of Krylov centre take part in «The Arctic. Made in Russia» forum
The 3rd International Youth Educational Forum «The Arctic. Made in Russia» was held in the Arkhangelsk Region, on the sidelines of the IV International Arctic Forum «Arctic: Territory of Dialogue» from 27 March to 2 April 2017.
Krylov Centre says the Forum was attended by 175 young professionals, scientists, Master’s and PhD students from Russia and abroad including the Arctic Council countries (USA, Canada, Norway, Iceland, China, Italy, Finland, Germany, Poland, Singapore). Among the participants selected after a tough qualification procedure were geologists, oil & gas experts, IT geeks, project managers, health care professionals, transport infrastructure designers and maintenance experts, specialists in the industrial and techno-sphere safety, transport logistics, civil and gas transportation engineers, shipbuilders, ecologists, economists, lawyers, etc.
The Forum had a very busy program including lectures, panel discussions with prominent politicians, industrialists, experts and polar explorers. The Forum partners were the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Russian Geographic Society, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Arkhangelsk Region Government and Gazprom.
The core topic of the Forum was development of Arctic anchor zones. All participants were divided into 10 teams to compete in solving practical tasks and cases related to comprehensive socio-economic development of Arctic anchor zones. The content of practical exercises was worked out by Gazprom VNIIGAZ (Scientific & Research Institute of Natural Gases and Gas Technologies) jointly with the authors of the State Program Socio-Economic Development of the Russian Federation Arctic Zone up to 2025.
Seven representatives of the Krylov Centre have qualified to take part in the Forum (6 of these are from the Division of System Integration in Civil Shipbuilding and one from HPC & CFD Division). Every team has demonstrated a high-level of skill and qualification with a broad vision of the Arctic region challenges and targets of development.
According to the jury made up of experts and participants of the Forum the competition was won by the team of Timur Seifullin (rep. of Krylov’s HPC & CFD Div.) suggesting the most original and solid approach to the integrated socio-economic development of the Arkhangelsk region. The winning team was awarded with a certificate for probation at the RF Ministry of Economic Development as well as participation at the World Festival of Youth and Students 2017 to be held in Sochi in the late October 2017.