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Scientific creativity of young people in the world of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

[pubdate: 16.04.2018, 17:07:27, published by: Баспасөз-орталығы]

The Karaganda State Industrial University hosted the XLVIII Republican Scientific and Practical Conference “Scientific Creativity of the Young in the World of the Fourth Industrial Revolution” on April 12, held jointly with the Kremenchug National University named by Ostrogradsky (Ukraine).

Scientists, teachers, employees of universities of Kazakhstan and foreign countries, enterprises and educational institutions, doctors, undergraduates and students took part in the conference. According to the conference, the chairman of the organizing committee, the director of the Institute of Electromechanics, Energy Saving and Control Systems of the Kremenchug National University named by M. Ostrogradsky, Professor AP Cherny.

At the plenary session, A.A. Aikeeva, vice-rector for research and international relations of the KSIU, spoke. She focused on the fact that the main goal set by the Head of State is to bring Kazakhstan’s education to a qualitatively new level, which allows our country to become one of the most advanced countries in the world. The importance of integrating scientific activity and the educational process is noted by the Head of State in the annual Addresses to the people of Kazakhstan. In the new message of N. A. Nazarbayev “New Development Opportunities in the Conditions of the Fourth Industrial Revolution”, clearly defined are the tasks that the country has successfully achieved in the new world with its rapidly changing conditions. Altyn Amanzholovna spoke about the scientific, innovative and international activities of the KSIU, about the plans of the university for the coming years and wished the conference participants successful work and fruitful exchange of views.

A young scientist of the KSIU D. Tokseit told about the training in the network academy “Cisco” and its influence on the further career at the plenary session. With the report “Topiraktardi zerthanalyk synau”, the master student gr. C-16 nm A. Kasenova. About the best tools for effective management of the company the student gr. E-15 T. Silaeva. Then, in the classrooms of the main and new buildings, work began on nine different sections. The speakers were representatives of Pavlodar State University. Toraigyrov, KarSU named by Buketov, Kazakh National Technical University named by Satpayev, KSIU, colleges and secondary schools.

A total of 300 reports were submitted for the conference, of which the largest number was in the sections “Actual problems of engineering technology”, “Innovations in the development of metallurgy and metal science”, “Business development in Kazakhstan in the context of globalization of the world economy”, “Architecture and construction”. The works were presented in three languages ​​- Kazakh, Russian and English, at the choice of the speakers.

The best results were shown by KSIU students I. Stamkulov (class MITNM-14, “Innovations in the development of metallurgy and metallurgy”), J. Franz (TOMD-15c, section “Actual problems of engineering technology”), A. Musin (gr. KHTOV-14, Section “Chemistry, Chemical Technology and Ecology”), A. Smile and A. Batyrbek (section EE-15k, section “Heat-and-power engineering, electric power and automation of production”), D. Prokhorovitch (group WTPO-15, section “Modern physics and mathematics and information technology”), A. Sapar (section S-15k-2 section “Architecture and Construction”), D. Se Dullaev and A. Tursunov (section E-17, section “Business Development in Kazakhstan in Conditions of Globalization of the World Economy”), S. Kuanyshyzy (TOMD-17k-3, section “The Role of Social and Humanitarian Disciplines in Modernizing Public Consciousness), S. Elefteriadi (TOMD-17, section “Philological Sciences”).

After a fruitful and busy day of work, the commission summed up the results. At the closing ceremony of the conference, the winners of the first three places in each section were awarded with certificates and gifts, and especially distinguished speakers, heads of educational institutions and teachers who prepared the participants, letters of gratitude.

Press-service of KSIU