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International forum of young scientists of the APR countries can be held in Khabarovsk
The Council of Young Scientists and Specialists of Khabarovsk Krai at a recent meeting discussed the future of Russian science in the Far East.
The Council was established in 2008 on the instructions of the President in order to defend the interests of young scientists in the region, shape the regional scientific policy and involve young people in the scientific sphere.
The second convocation of the Council included 26 representatives of scientific organizations and universities of the region. All participants are candidates or doctors of science.
“We are planning to hold an international forum of young scientists from the APR countries in Khabarovsk in 2017,” said Natalya Fisher, Chairman of the Council, senior researcher at the Institute of Water and Environmental Problems of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. - Now there is a need for such an international event: territories of advanced development are being created in the Far East, and within the framework of this, the scientific sphere needs to be updated. This will be facilitated by cooperation with young scientists from other countries in which science is actively developing. "
“The Council proposed to hold the event inviting young scientists from other regions and states. Now the task of the working group is to "start" this project meaningfully and to determine the format of the meeting. Maybe this will take place within the framework of exchange events or in the form of a conference on the territory of our region, - commented Alexey Sundukov, head of the department for interaction with universities and scientific organizations of the regional ministry of education. - The project prepared by the Council will be submitted as a proposal to the governor of the region, who will then take the final decision on the fate of the international meeting.
Also, members of the Council are planning to hold the III Interdisciplinary School of Young Scientists and Specialists of the Khabarovsk Territory. At this site, scientists present their projects, attend various workshops, trainings and round tables.