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Source: Novosibirsk State University – Novosibirsk State University – More than 140 students from all over the country came to Novosibirsk Akademgorodok to participate in engineering intensive “Technohak” Advanced engineering school of NSU “Cognitive Engineering”. As part of the intensive, students majoring in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, programming, geophysics and engineering will solve real industry problems under the guidance of engineers, leading NSP researchers, experts from research institutes of the SB RAS and technology entrepreneurs. Work at Technohak will be carried out in 6 areas: BIO, GEO, SPACE, SENSORS, DIGITAL, ECO. At the opening of the intensive, Deputy Governor of the Novosibirsk Region Irina Manuilova delivered a welcoming speech: “During the week, the guys will be able to implement their scientific ideas and projects. It is very important that the result of the work will be used at enterprises both in the Novosibirsk region and at leading Russian corporations, which translated these problems for the engineering school. Such experience will help every young specialist to develop professionally. This project is warmly supported by the regional government and the governor. All initiatives of the “Science and Universities” project make it possible to solve the problem of technology transfer, when fundamental knowledge must be used in production to achieve technological sovereignty, noted Irina Manuilova.

Mikhail Fedoruk, rector of NSU, noted the importance of fundamental education and spoke about the differences of the NSU Advanced Engineering School:

— Our Advanced Engineering School is called “Cognitive Engineering”, in other words, it is engineering based on fundamental knowledge, which is what distinguishes it from other Advanced Engineering Schools that operate in Russia. Basic, fundamental education allows you to further specialize in any field of science, which does not necessarily have to coincide with the one in which you originally studied. The main thing is that you have the desire to learn new things in the area that you have chosen, so that you enjoy it. We are looking forward to talented and motivated students to join our master’s program. I wish you to work well and have a good rest, get to know the university, the institutes that work here, and the Academy Park, and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Academy Town. Director of the Advanced Engineering School Sergei Golovin spoke about the features of studying in the master’s program at NIS, as well as career opportunities for students:

— Everything that we carry out at NSU NIS as part of project activities, students will try to accomplish during Techonohack. I hope that during the intensive they will be able to learn the values of NSU NIS, get to know our teachers, and we, for our part, will be able to watch students in action and invite the most motivated to the master’s program of the Advanced Engineering School. On the first day of the event, participants got acquainted with the tasks, divided into teams within tracks, distributed functions in teams and planned work for the coming week. Participants will receive the necessary tools for project activities at lectures on the fundamentals of engineering and practical classes in NSU laboratories. Already on February 1, students will get acquainted with leading representatives of the industry as part of Engineering Career Day. Participants will present the results of their work on Sunday, February 4, as part of the closing of the intensive.

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