The First Workshop at the Mathematical Center in Akademgorodok
New approach to conducting research
About the workshop
The workshop is planned as a three-part series, where parts one and three are weeklong intensive sessions separated by a three-week inter-session period. During the workshop, each group of students and researchers will be offered an interesting research problem. The group will aim at significantly advancing in its solution under the strict guidance of a curator and mentor. Thus, the workshop aims to:
engage undergraduate and graduate students in research;
form teams of young researchers;
get results that can be presented at conferences, published as a paper or an article (habr, research and educational platforms) or exhibited as a specific engineering solution;
enable students to work out or master problem-solving methods.
Choose the research field and master the methods for solving problems using specific tasks
Graduate students and young scientists
Ger rapidly involved in research at the forefront through immersion in new topics
Leading scientists and experts
Present your tasks and attract beginner mathematicians, form a team for further cooperation
What to expect
The workshop is a series consisting of two mass intensive sessions, which features 26 topics. Each of the topics will be considered in groups of up to 10 people, including the curator/curators and the mentor/mentors of the project. A curator is usually a young researcher or graduate student, a carrier of core knowledge in the field of research. A project mentor is an experienced researcher or representative of a company in the real sector of the economy that provides advice and verifies the results of the group.
To provide participants with additional knowledge, online lectures and webinars conducted by leading Russian and/or foreign researchers will be held.
Sections will be run in Russian and partly in English.