Opening is easy-the athletic arena on the street 60 years of October/2 Sports complex of the Institute of physical culture and sports. Educational building №8 Per. Furshtatsky №1 Dean of the Institute Thyssen Mr Biryukov.
May 20, 2020 at the Orenburg State Pedagogical University held the IX annual international student scientific conference "Youth. The science. Future". The requirements for compliance with sanitary standards and other restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic have left their mark on the form of the forum. This time he went on-line.
During the plenary session, young researchers from Yekaterinburg, Orsk (Russia), Almaty (Kazakhstan) were in contact with the OGPU. The conference was opened by the vice-rector of the OGPU for scientific work, Elena Vadimovna Burlutskaya, who welcomed the participants and noted the high adaptability of young scientists even to current unusual conditions. “The interest in our annual forum was even greater than before.” We received more than 150 applications for participation from young researchers from universities of Magnitogorsk, Cherepovets, Yekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Orsk, other cities of Russia, as well as Vitebsk (Republic of Belarus), Almaty, Shimkent and Aktyubinsk (Republic of Kazakhstan).
The authors raised scientific problems from various branches of scientific knowledge - from pedagogy and history to computer science and biology.
During the plenary session, 6 speakers made presentations: Natalia Rubtsova, freshman of the Ural State University of Economics from Yekaterinburg (“Mentoring as a form of training and admission to independent work”; first-year student of the OGPU Faculty of History, Alexander Geiko (“Main aspects of scientific and atheistic propaganda in the Orenburg region during the“ thaw ” "), 2nd year student of Turan University (Almaty) Anastasia Grinchenko (" Modern Slang "); 4th year student of the Orsk Humanitarian Faculty of Education Institute of Technology (Orsk) Alyona Polukhina ("The main trends in the development of light industry in the Orenburg region in the mid 1950s - mid 1980s"); 2nd year student of the Turan University (Almaty) Alexandra Ten (“The Problem of Localization in the Computer Games Industry”); First-year undergraduate of the Faculty of History of the OGPU Dmitry Mochalov (“Protests of the collective farm peasantry at the first stages of decollectivization in Russia based on materials from the liberal press of the early 1990s”).
Each speaker was asked a few questions. In conclusion, the moderator of the meeting, Konstantin Abdrakhmanov, thanked the speakers for an interesting disclosure of the topics raised and answers to questions, and also invited all young researchers to participate in the tenth anniversary conference. The collection of materials of the current forum has been prepared.
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