The Academic Forum of Young Scholars of Greater Eurasia “Continent of Science” dedicated to the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the Russian Academy of Sciences is held in partnership with the CIS Executive Committee, the International Association of Academies of Sciences, and in 2023 the Forum is timed to coincide with the chairmanship of the Russian Federation in the bodies of the Eurasian Economic Union.
With the support of the CIS Executive Committee, in 2022 the Forum under the motto “Science without Borders” became a landmark event in the life of academic youth, made a significant contribution to strengthening scientific ties and main-streaming of scientific activities among the youth of the CIS countries, and contributed to the formation of a system of mobility of scientists and young specialists in the professional community of the CIS member states.
This year, the Forum has significantly expanded the footprint of its participants: young scientists from Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, China, India, Iran, Mongolia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, Serbia, Hungary, Ethiopia, Egypt and Syria have been invited. The event takes on a new dimension and aims to create a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue and discussion of current scientific challenges within the framework of the Greater Eurasian Partnership, to interlink the strategies and initiatives of the Eurasian countries related to forming of a single scientific and technological space and strengthening of supranational academic and scientific ties.
Forum participants will present the findings of their scientific research in the course of scientific sections led by top-level scientists in six areas: artificial intelligence (mathematics, information and communication technologies), physics (nanotechnology, quantum technologies), chemistry and materials sciences, healthy generation (biotechnologies and health technologies, climate, ecology), biosafety and food security (agricultural sciences), preserving of heritage (humanities, social sciences).
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