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5 April 2021, 09:01

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At the WorldSkills Russia Professional Skills Championship, the guys won three gold, four silver and six bronze medals.

The IX Open Championship of Professional Skills “Moscow Masters” according to WorldSkills Russia standards was held from March 1 to March 19. Among the winners were students of children’s technology parks in the capital. They have won three gold, four silver and six bronze awards.

 

In WorldSkills Russia championships, children usually participate in two of three age categories: teenagers from 10 to 16 years old are juniors, youth from 16 to 22 years old are in the main category.

For example, Dmitry Frolov from the Na Zorge children’s technopark received one of the gold medals. He was ranked first in the CAD Engineering Design Competency (main category). Also, the highest award was won by Stepan Pavlov, a student of the Children’s Equal Opportunities Technopark of the Russian State Social University (RSSU) for the project in the direction of Additive Manufacturing (junior category).

Daniil Bogdanov and Alexander Lukashov, students of the children’s technopark of the Engineering Development Center (CRI) of the Moscow Polytechnic Institute, were awarded the first place in the “Internet of Things” competence for the youth category.

Silver medals for the Children’s Technopark “Engineeringium” at the Moscow State Technical University (MSTU) named after N.E. Bauman was brought by Danila Prigulsky, Petr Borovlev and Nikita Sklyar, who received them in the competence “Engineering of space systems” (juniors), as well as Nikita Shmagin – in the competence “Technologies of composites” (juniors).

Danila Mikhailov from the Na Zorge children’s technopark also took second place. He performed in the “Graphic Design” category in the junior category. In addition, silver went to Daniil Konakhin and Vladislav Mashutikov in the Network and System Administration competency (juniors).

Bronze medals were awarded to pupils of three children’s technoparks: Ivan Stratychuk and Vasilisa Ogorodnikova from Science City of the Moscow University of Finance and Law in the competencies “Graphic design” and “Architecture”, as well as Daniil Smirnov and Daniil Volodin from the children’s technopark of the Russian State Social University in the competence “Additive Manufacturing” (junior and main categories). Andrey Kalashnikov and Alexey Komarov from the Engineeringium of the Moscow State Technical University named after N.E. Bauman “took bronze in the competence” Laser technologies “(juniors) and” Refrigeration equipment and air conditioning systems “(juniors), respectively.

Special awards – medallions for professionalism – were received by the students of the Engineeringium of the Moscow State Technical University named after N.E. Bauman “Ivan Lebedev (competence” Composite Technologies “, junior category) and Nikolay Soloviev (competence” Electronics “, junior category), as well as two pupils of the children’s technopark RSSU – Kirill Bessonov (competence” CAD Engineering Design “, junior category) and Stepan Primak (competency “Additive Manufacturing”, junior category).

In addition, in March, Valeria Zvereva and Kristina Doronichenko, students of the TsRI children’s technopark of the Moscow Polytechnic Institute, from school No. 1420, became prize-winners of the All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren.

According to the results of the Moscow city competition of research and design works, six winners and six prize-winners were determined at once from among the students of the Altair children’s technopark on the basis of MIREA – the Russian Technological University. The winners of the track of the same name – Eduard Zakharyan (direction “Nanotechnology”), Alexander Saydashev and Fyodor Boyko (“Smart City and Security”), Evgeny Samoilov and Lidia Matveeva (“Modern Energy ”), As well as its prize-winners – Irina Shabanova, Yegor Lapushkin, Daria Baltovskaya and Ksenia Vinogradova. In the track “Researching and designing in the socio-humanitarian sphere” in the direction of “Entrepreneurship and Business”, Timofey Chernousov became the winner, and Victoria Shabasheva became the winner.

Gleb Bocharov and Matvey Kuznetsov from Altair were recognized as laureates of the third degree at the All-Russian competition of projects for schoolchildren and students “Reactor”. A month earlier, in February 2021, the students of this children’s technopark successfully performed at another all-Russian competition – the “Aerobatics” competition of research and design works for schoolchildren. In the category “Satellite engineering and geoinformation technologies: Terra Notum” Nikolay Boyko became the winner, and Valeria Furunzhieva and Anastasia Keller became prize-winners.

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In total, there are 18 children’s technoparks in the capital. Their work is supervised by the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of the city of Moscow. In November 2020, children’s technoparks have a single online platform… With the help of the site, based on their interests and place of residence, schoolchildren can choose a suitable technopark and send an application for training.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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