Results of the International Distance Forum of Scientific Youth “Step into the Future”

The International Forum “Step into the Future” gathered 1078 best young researchers from 23 countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. The forum’s virtual environment, unique by world standards, brought together 12 universities and 14 research organizations. For more than a month, hot scientific battles took place at 49 thematic distant sections and the forum exhibition.

Almost 300 scientists and specialists were involved in dialogue with the best young minds on the planet.

The digital platform of the “Step into the Future” program made the events of the forum accessible not only to its participants, but also to everyone who is concerned about the most acute problems of scientific and technological progress. The video broadcasts of the forum were attended by school classes and student groups from many
countries of the world.

The International Forum “Step into the Future” fully justified its motto: “Youth of the world – the challenges of our time.” The forum participants presented full-fledged developments in such topical areas of knowledge as the energy of the future, artificial intelligence, a safe environment, bioinformatics, smart machines and materials, quantum chemistry, digital economy, conflict management, health engineering, space exploration, and a number of others. They have contributed to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the results of the forum, the best ones were determined in 9 nominations of absolute superiority, in 47 professional nominations, in 15 nominations for the youngest participants; 23 were awarded the scientific titles of the Russian Youth Polytechnic Society – Academy of Sciences and Corresponding Member; 13 are nominated for scientific scholarships of the “Step into the Future” program.

Among the winners in the absolute championship are named: Nikolay Chervov from Barnaul, Gabriel Ramssiss from France, Evilin Williams and Lilia Dimitrova from Great Britain, Philip Koldzici Victoria Jovanovic from Serbia, Yaman Hes and Seren Zor from Turkey, Joao Carvalho, Clara Varga and Sarah Couteau from Portugal, Andrian Komanek and Patrick Michlian from Slovakia, Songjun Hee from South Korea, Anusha Spescha from Switzerland, as well as eight other names of first-class young researchers – the main leaders of youth science.

Among the laureates in professional nominations: Panurchenko Varvara from Chelyabinsk, Krisyanis Blums from Latvia, Ramiro Valdes, Jorge Perez Gonzalez and Jorge Parra Garcia from Spain, Kajal Karki, Jennifer Michael and Anna Batmanova from Luxembourg, Muyan Zhao and Yue Zhang from China, .Taufik M from Indonesia and 37 outstanding young talents with them.

The Forum provided its sites for schoolchildren-researchers in grades 2-7. Prizes in the absolute championship among the youngest participants were won by: Arkhiponok Ivan from Surgut (grade 5), Artyom Obukhov from Kirov-Chepetsk (grade 2), Artyom Botev from St. Petersburg (grade 2), Ivan Markiv from Kovdor (grade 7), Maxim Merz from Slavyansk-on-Kuban (grade 6) and 10 other young researchers.

The forum is dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Step into the Future program, which has become an unprecedented phenomenon in modern Russia. Today 67 scientific organizations and design bureaus, 107 universities, 53 industrial enterprises, 131 energy, mining and transport companies, 12 nature reserves and botanical gardens, 14 medical centers and private clinics, 19 museums, theaters, archives and libraries are participating in the program. The research work involves 150 thousand students from more than five thousand schools and organizations of additional education in all eight Federal Districts of the Russian Federation.

Forum “Step into the Future” is organized by the Moscow State Technical University named after N.E. Bauman and the Russian Youth Polytechnic Society. Greetings to the forum participants were sent by: the heads of the Federation Council, the State Duma, the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Russian Ministry of Education, the Russian Ministry of Education, the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Government of St. Petersburg, the State Corporation Roscosmos, rectors of leading universities, and other officials.

The Forum was supported by the Presidential Grants Fund, state corporations Roscosmos, Rosatom, Rostec, the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs (RUSNANO Group), PJSC Rosseti, PJSC RusHydro, Komus Company, Khrapunovsky Instrumental plant ”, magazines“ Science and Life ”,“ Tekhnika-Molodezhi ”,“ Young Technician ”, federal and regional mass media, and a number of other organizations.

Full information about the forum is available on the website of the “Step into the Future” program

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