374 schoolchildren and students became winners and prize-winners of the National Technological Olympiad


The most popular registration profiles among schoolchildren were: Information Security, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Game Development, Business Process Automation and Genome Editing. The top five regions with the largest number of winners and prize-winners of the NTO of the main track included St. Petersburg (53 people), Novosibirsk region (40), Moscow (34), Moscow region (27) and the Republic of Tatarstan (12).

The final stages of the National Technological Olympiad for schoolchildren were held in 32 technological profiles, among which eight profiles were assigned the II level of the RSOS and 18 profiles were assigned the III level of the RSOS. Prize-winners and winners of the NTO will be able to receive 100 USE points and other benefits and benefits when entering the leading Russian universities. According to a survey of finalists conducted by the organizers of the NTO, more than 70% of the winners last year entered universities on the benefits received at the Olympiad.

Among the most popular universities where the winners and prize-winners of NTO enter are ITMO University, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, National Research Technological University MISIS, Moscow State Technical University. N.E. Bauman, Innopolis University, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Novosibirsk State University, St. Petersburg State University, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and National Research University MPEI.

A distinctive feature of this NTO season was the increase in the number of foreign participants: schoolchildren and students from Azerbaijan, Belarus, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and others reached the final.

Executive Secretary of the NTO Organizing Committee, Vice-Rector of the National Research University Higher School of Economics, leader of the NTI Working Group “Club Movement” Dmitry Zemtsov noted:

“Each task of the NTO final is connected with the actual problem of our world, which can be solved with the help of modern technologies. Students and schoolchildren train autonomous robotic devices and drones, design smart power grids, optimize and automate business processes, write algorithms for analyzing satellite images, create smart manufacturing systems, edit the genome, and teach AI to understand texts. We are planning to hold an international superfinal and we want to unite such tasks, putting before the participants a common problem, the solution of which will require a variety of competencies and knowledge. At the same time, technologies developed during MARS will be available and open to the entire community using the OpenSource model.”

The competitions of the eighth season of the National Technology Olympiad will start in September 2022. Schoolchildren of grades 5-11, undergraduate and specialist students, as well as colleges and technical schools are invited to participate.



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