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March 4, 2017

Student Scientific Conference “Academic and Scientific Challenges in the 21st Century”

Student Scientific Conference “Academic and Scientific Challenges in the 21st Century”

The conference proceedings came out in the compendium of the articles.


On March 3, 2017, the School of Foreign Languages held the VI International Student Scientific Conference Academic and Scientific Challenges of Diverse Fields of Knowledge in the 21st Century organized by the Department of English Language.

The purpose of the conference was to encourage young community-minded people to participate in discussing the most relevant present-day scientific issues using foreign languages in general and English in particular as the most widespread method of cross-cultural communication.

The best reports are:

Section І. Humanities

I placeYe. Filatova (School of Sociology)

II placeE. Almakaieva (School of Sociology)

Section ІІ. Natural Sciences

I placeМ. M. Blazhynska (School of Chemistry)

II place M. O. Makarova (School of Biology)

III place — A. A. Кrainiukov and I. A. Kryvika (School of Ecology)

Section ІІІ. Architecture. Transport. Construction. Industry

I placeI. Sikachyna (School of Physics)

II placeO. Zaitseva (School of Physics)

III placeYu.Volozhenko and A. Deineko (School of Radio Physics, Biomedical Electronics and Computer Systems)

The Organizing Committee and the staff of the Department of English Language express gratitude to all the participants of the conference for fruitful and active work, “Our student conference has long become a tradition. It offers an opportunity for young researchers to exchange ideas and research findings in different fields of science in English. Thus, the conference is a particular rehearsal of scientific performances of undergraduate and postgraduate students of our University who are preparing for fruitful international work.”

The conference proceedings came out in the compendium of the student articles (6.21 Mb).


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