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Lecture of Willi Jäger, RUDN University Honoree Doctor, Professor or Applied Analysis Group, IWR and IAM, University of Heidelberg presented to students open lecture

Lecture of Willi Jäger, RUDN University Honoree Doctor, Professor or Applied Analysis Group, IWR and IAM, University of Heidelberg presented to students open lecture

In his speech, Professor Willi Jäger, based on years of experience, gave a number of valuable recommendations, encouraging young people to scientific work.

In his speech, Professor Willi Jäger, based on years of experience, gave a number of valuable recommendations, encouraging young people to scientific work.

In particular, the professor suggested creating small groups of students in universities, approximately equal in their abilities. These groups should be focused on a specific issue and conduct research under the guidance of a more experienced leader. Such a technique, according to the author, should reveal the potential of each member of the group, help students show their best qualities, teach teamwork, and a competent mentor can direct their efforts in the right direction.

Another idea of the scientist is a simple formula «simulation, simulation, experiment.» These three steps will help the beginning researcher to move from theoretical research to practical action.

Professor Willi Jäger also noted the importance of students' participation in international studies and scientific events, because the joint work of representatives of different schools and approaches allows each of the participants to look at the studied issue under a new angle for themselves and thereby gain invaluable experience.

Many of the proposals presented at the lecture are already being successfully implemented in Germany.

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