STEM education and career - digital economy development basis in Russia

October 17-18, 2020
The conference is held within
XV Anniversary all-Russian Science festival NAUKA 0+
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President of the Russian Federation V. V. Putin
from 07.05.2018 No. 204 "On national goals and strategic objectives of the development of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2024»
During the conference, students will have unique opportunities to improve their skills and deepen their knowledge in the application of STEM educational strategies, get acquainted with methods and practical examples of project - based learning (PBL), learning through research (IBL), phenomenon-based learning (PhBL) - the key methodologies of STEM education, will also be able to learn more about lean technologies in STEM, cognitive technologies in STEM teacher training, participate in practical sections with the basics of VR/AR technologies, neurointerfaces and robotics in STEM, etc.
Much attention will be paid to project work. Students will be able to learn how to organize project work of schoolchildren with high-tech companies, universities and other countries, and get acquainted with the latest programs on pedagogical design of an educational STEM product.
An integrated approach to training STEM teachers is especially relevant for students of educational programs in the field of pedagogical and natural Sciences, engineering, technology and future STEM teachers.

October 17 – practical module.

13.00 — virtual tour of online Laboratories - (preferably pre-installed software)

Virtual laboratories and simulations are very popular at various science festivals. This year, the all-Russian NAUKA 0+ festival has organized a virtual Laboratory that allows you to take part in interactive experiments prepared by representatives of various scientific organizations and companies directly from your personal computer together with other users.
En+ Group is an international company specializing in the production of low – carbon aluminum and renewable energy. En+ Group actively supports science and invests in the development of new technologies. This direction in the company's strategy was once set by its founder Oleg Deripaska. At the NAUKA 0+ festival, the company presented four virtual laboratories.
15.00 – 18.00 – workshops in virtual laboratories.
In one of them, with the intellectual support of the Foundation for the development of theoretical physics and mathematics "BASIS", the development of MSU is presented: nonlinear optical microscopy, which allows increasing the depth of visualization up to a millimeter. This makes it possible to study the structure of biological tissues and the processes occurring in them at a new level, and to obtain the most complete information about the object under study. In the En+ Group virtual laboratory, anyone can use this development to study the physics of the rat brain by examining the neural connections in its brain, moving the incision plane and rotating the object.

The second virtual laboratory of En+ Group with the support of "BASIS" represents the development of MSU and 3D Bioprinting Solutions, which consists in the use of tissue spheroids. Bioengineering is actively developing the direction of biofacturing, in which tissue spheroids – conglomerates of living cells about 0.2 mm in size – form viable tissues that can replace diseased human tissues in the future. In the virtual biofacturing laboratory, everyone can find out what this process is and try to assemble a tube (artificial vessel) from virtual tissue spheroids on their own.

The third virtual laboratory of En+ Group demonstrates the latest research of MSU in the field of interaction of ultrashort laser pulses of the mid-infrared range with atmospheric air. In the laboratory, the visitor can try to solve a puzzle in the form of a laser installation, which is used for microscopy, studying nonlinear optical effects at the level of interaction of radiation with individual atoms and electrons, and discovering new methods of remote sensing and spectroscopy. Visitors to the virtual lab will be able to direct laser beams, move reflective surfaces, and watch the result online. The experiment will also provide an opportunity to generate extremely short waveforms, which allows scientists to study individual electrons.
The fourth laboratory is dedicated to cloud solutions – technologies for distributed processing of digital data, through which computer resources are provided to the user as an online service. A visitor to the laboratory will be able to visit the hall with servers and view the elements of the server infrastructure. After visiting the virtual cloud, the participant will learn how network infrastructures look and work, as well as how the applications and games that they use every day work.

At the moment, laboratories of 12 scientific directions are available for visiting in the

October 18 – online conference and discussions.

10:30 - 13:55
Section 1. Digital educational environment

14:00 - 14:55
Section 2. Natural science and engineering education

15:00 - 16:45
Section 3. Modern educational technologies

17:00 - 18:00
Section 4. Pedagogical design

The conference will be attended by scientists and specialists from Russian and foreign universities, academic institutions, enterprises, project and research centers, managers and leading specialists of STEM centers and high-tech companies in Russia and other countries (India, Israel, France, Belgium, USA, etc.)
Among the speakers:
  • Yuri Gulyaev — physicist, scientific Director of the Institute of radio engineering and electronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IRE RAS), Director of the Institute of nanotechnology of microelectronics RAS (INME RAS), academician and member of Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor, head of chair of solid state electronics and Radiophysics ffke MFTI. Winner of two state prizes of the USSR
  • Shishir Shrotriya — science adviser at the Embassy of India in Moscow, attache for science and technology At the Embassy of India in Russia
  • Maria Bolotova - head of the project "Arkhangelsk" (ANO "enano"). She worked as a research and development expert for Umatex Group, a graduate of the Russian state Mendeleev technical University
  • Pavel Stepanov, Deputy General Director "GEOSCAN"
  • Maria Alekseyevna Salmina, Candidate of physical and mathematical Sciences, associate Professor, Head Of the center for technical education OF gbpou "Vorobyovy Gory»
  • Vladimir Rubanov, Huawei, RRI CTO for Software OS Lab Director
  • Vladimir Shcherbakov, development Director and co-founder of Teachbase, a system for organizing distance learning
  • Stanislav Pavlov, Huawei, research associate at the center for smart computing application acceleration technologies, Nizhny Novgorod
  • Malykh Valentin, Huawei, researcher at the Moscow artificial intelligence Foundation and algorithms laboratory
  • Denis Shchepetov, Huawei, research Associate, media algorithms laboratory, Moscow
  • Karsakova Lidia Borisovna, the Teacher of chair of Information technologies and computer-aided design, candidate of technical Sciences, associate Professor, Moscow
  • Olga Lombas, Director of Lego Education in Russia and CIS countries
  • Renat Gainutdinov, head of MAGNUM 3D, head of the educational cluster of the Association of Russian companies in the field of Additive technologies (ARCATA), Moscow
  • Oleg Povalyaev, Ph. D., General Director of Scientific entertainment LLC, Moscow
  • Alexey Sergeyevich Obukhov, Ph. D. in psychology, leading researcher at the center for research on modern childhood, Institute of education, National research University Higher school of Economics, Moscow
  • Greilich Natela, candidate of pedagogical Sciences, General Director of Robotrek LLC, St. Petersburg
  • Natalia Smolyaninova, expert of educational technologies, INT methodologist, founder and head of the center for innovative development and additional education, additional professional education "Pifagrad" Voronezh
  • Roman Luchin, General Director of Cybertech LLC, St. Petersburg
  • Denis Zhilin, R & d project Manager, Scientific entertainment LLC, Moscow
  • Konstantin galishnikov, official marketing representative of LLC CPI uchebnaya Tekhnika (Galsen group), Chelyabinsk
  • Tatyana Ivanovna Aliyeva, candidate of pedagogical Sciences, leading researcher of the research Department of state and Federal target programs in the field of science and education of the Center for research and statistics of science of The research Institute "Republican research and consulting center of expertise", Moscow
  • Timofey A. Asmolov, Ph. D., associate Professor, associate Professor of the Department of computer science and applied mathematics, Director of the center for additional education. Talent and success educational Foundation»
  • Jayakumar Venkatesan, human spaceflight researcher And CEO of Valles Marineris international private Limited, India (Valles Marineris International Private Limited,India)
  • Maxim Mironenko, head of educational projects at the VR laboratory of Lomonosov Moscow state University, Moscow
  • Obraztsov Ilya Vyacheslavovich - center for distance learning and collective use of information resources of Tver state technical University, Tver
  • Alexey kucheyko - Research Director of the group specializing in aerospace education of young people, candidate of technical Sciences, associate Professor of RUDN, General Director of Risksat"
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All-Russian science festival NAUKA 0+
Department of innovative projects
and career guidance STEM programs

Ekaterina Asmolova