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Science Festival NAUKA 0+ 2020
Science Festival NAUKA 0+ 2020
The First online Science Festival -2020 October 9, 17, Science Festival took place at RUDN University. The scientific festival which is carried out within the framework of the All-Russian Festival of Science

We present online lectures:

Earth from Space: how is monitoring conducted?

"Earth in the illuminator..." - is romantic lyrics, but other methods are used for satellite monitoring. But what ones, in what weather and how much does it save money? All answers at Igor Savin's lecture. Let's find out what you can see from space.

Irog Savin, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sicence, Professor in the Faculty of Ecology RUDN

Tourism is a fantastic profession!

At the lecture of Elizaveta Kolotova, we will understand the difference between recreation and tourism, we will learn about the types of leisure, and will learn about tourism project. Find inspiration in tourism!

Elizaveta Kolotova, Associate professor, department of Hotel business and Tourism

About language, people and culture

Does language really sound like a whole world? Where is the difference between language and dialect? Is the aphorism actually true: "Dialect is a language that has army and navy"? A lecture by Svetlana Moskvicheva is waiting for you!

Svetlana Moskvicheva , Associate Professor, department of Foreign Language

COVID-19: myths, puzzles and life-saving vaccines

Anna Ruzhanskaya's lecture is about the most painful and still relevant topic for 2020. Where did COVID-19 come from and what are the features of its structure? How do we detect the virus and how do we protect ourselves? And, of course, the key question: what will be the next? One click and you will find answers.

Anna Ruzhanskaya, Scientific marketing manager for Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe at Beckman Coulter Diagnostics. 

 

What is quantum mechanics?

Everyone has heard of Schrodinger's Cat but not everyone can explain what it is exactly. At Vahagn Abgaryan’s lecture important terms of quantum mechanics will be clarified; we will learn what superposition is, and finally a cat will be saved. Save a cat that Schrodinger didn't like.

Vahagn Abgaryan, Junior Research Scientist, Applied Mathematics Communications Technology Institute

 

The first "artificial" space experiment to elucidate the law of universal gravitation in the Solar System

Gravity hold us to the surface of the Earth, but we are constantly set out for distant stars. Scientists have their own reasons to peer into the depths of the universe. Why is our Solar System an excellent laboratory for studying gravity? What discovery are RUDN astronomers on the verge of? Take gravity assist with us!

Alexander Efremov, Director of the Scientific Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, member of The Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, member of The International Academy of Astronautics

 

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