● Sergey Ryazansky – pilot-cosmonaut of the Russian Federation;
● Dmitry Selivanov – test pilot of JSC RSK MiG;
● Sergey Osyaykin – Honored Military Pilot of Russia, leader of the Strizhi aerobatic team;
● Vladimir Pirozhkov – industrial designer;
● Irina Grishina – prize-winner of competitions in airplane sports;
● Evgeny Lebedev – Aviation expert of the Vadim Zadorozhny Museum of Technology;
● Vladimir Vasiliev – pilot, author of the “Pilot’s Notes” YouTube channel;
● Vitaly Egorov (Zelenyikot) – popularizer of cosmonautics, popular science writer, founder of the Open Space and Curiosity communities – the rover that found Mars-3;
● Oksana Kukharchuk – Member of the Management Board, HR Director of Element JSC.
Cosmonaut Sergei Ryazansky spoke about what skills future cosmonauts should first of all possess: “An astronaut must be able to learn – you constantly have to master many new directions. You need to be able to endure – even if you are taken away, no one guarantees that you will fly into space. And to be able to trust – after all, work in orbit is based on cooperation and trust in each other. I hope that in the future people of different professions will be able to fly into space: geologists, designers, journalists and photographers. “.
Following the quiz Anastasia Konovalova from Balashikha won the day with the First Flight aerobatic team:
“The broadcast was very interesting, I learned a lot for myself. After the broadcast, I watched other interviews and podcasts with its members and, of course, got even closer to the aviation field. When I found out that I was the first to send the answers for the quiz and answered the questions correctly, at first I could not believe it. A day with the aerobatic team is just a great prize. My inner pessimist denied this for a long time, then accepted the fact that it would come true. I look forward to this day. There will definitely be a storm of positive emotions. “
BUT Olga Shashkarova, director of development of the educational platform “Lift to the Future”, Oksana Kukharchuk, Member of the Management Board, HR Director of Element JSC, Alexander Volkov, Vice-Rector for Education, NUST MISIS, and Vadim Vorobyov, Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation, discussed how approaches to education and careers in the aviation industry are changing, talked about ecology, soft skills and sustainable development in the field of aviation.
“Today, graduates are already asking not only technical questions, they are also worried about what contribution they will make to the future of the country and even the world, thanks to their activities, on what scale projects they will work on, what values their future employer is transmitting and how much he is included in the agenda. ESG “, – Oksana Kukharchuk told.
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