School Pupils at Kurchatov Centre Presented their Works at the "Big Challenges" Contest

Within a joint project of South Ural State UniversityAcademic Lyceum No.95 and the Chelyabinsk Radio Plant Polet, pupils of Lyceum No.95 became prize winners in the regional track of the "Big Challenges" All-Russian Contest at the SUSU School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science.

Pupils of Lyceum No.95 are performing a project under the guidance of the teaching staff of the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science: Sergey Pashnin, Vladimir Spitsyn and Vasily Spitsyn. At any moment the project participants could also ask for help from mentors ‑ senior-year students Valery Glinskhikh, Aleksey Glebets, Vyacheslav Ivanenkov, Aleksandr Manilkin.

On March 26th, the regional track of the "Big Challenges" All-Russian Contest was held at the Kurchatov Centre. Projects and research works were presented by 66 school pupils from Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk, Zlatoust, Ozersk, and other municipalities.

The participants' developments and research studies were assessed by 24 experts – representatives of scientific and industrial partners of the Kurchatov Centre. Despite the fact that pupils quite understandably felt nervous, they did well to compete the tasks: they presented their works, answered questions, were happy about the compliments and toughed it out on the critical remarks.

Our congratulations to the prize winners in the "Smart City and Security" category: Mariia Tukhvatulina and Leonid Gilev.

Winners and prize winners of the regional track will become the participants of the contest's final round, and the best ones among them will go to the "Big Challenges" project session to the "Sirius" Educational Centre (Sochi) in summer.

In a year we hope to welcome these pupils as students of our university!

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