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Technohack’24 – a winter engineering hackathon – has come to an end NSU’s advanced engineering school “Cognitive Engineering.

It was attended by 144 students from 50 universities in Russia. Students studying specialties in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, programming, geophysics and engineering spent a week solving real engineering problems under the guidance of NSP employees, experts from research institutes of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and technological entrepreneurs.

The work at Technohack’24 was carried out in 6 directions: BIO, GEO, SPACE, SENSORS, DIGITAL, ECO. On the day of defense, 27 projects were proposed to the experts.

Sergey Golovin, Director of the NSU NSP, praised the work done by the students:

– The reports that we have heard today show that during this week the guys have really managed to do a lot in the realization of their projects despite the tight schedule. When you listen to the report, you can’t believe that people were really first introduced to this task only a week ago. Let’s not forget that in addition to their projects, they had lectures, excursions, and meetings with technological entrepreneurs.

“Advanced Engineering Schools” is a federal project of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science aimed at training qualified engineering personnel for high-tech industries. Technohack’24 was conceived as an opportunity to show the work of NSU NSP in miniature, as well as to look at potential students and invite motivated participants to the master’s program. This time around 30 students received an invitation. For the rest, the experts gave feedback on the level of knowledge in the subjects and recommendations to improve this or that direction to the level necessary for admission to the NDSU NSP.

This year, for the first time ever, the School Track worked within the framework of the winter engineering intensive “Technohack”. For two days 60 schoolchildren of 9-11 grades from 8 schools of Novosibirsk and the region created their design solutions. Technohack’24 became an excellent platform for sharing experience and knowledge, developing professional skills and preparing students for their future careers. Many of the hackathon participants noted that it was an invaluable experience that will help them in their further studies and work.

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