Role Played by Young Scientists in Implementing International Scientific and Technological Projects

08 Jun , 12:00–13:15
International Youth Economic Forum
Pavilion G, conference hall G3

A globalized economy requires global cooperation: there is no purely country-specific challenge or national science, and international teams are capable of producing much more effective solutions and approaches to scientific problems. How can communities of young scientists from different countries address global challenges and what role can they play in shaping the sustainable development agenda?

Andrey Egorov, Vice Chairman, Coordination Council for Youth Affairs in the Sphere of Science and Education under the Presidential Council for Science and Education

Andrey Baykov, Vice Rector for Master and International Programs, MGIMO University
Lucian Brujan, Senior Officer, International Relations Department, German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina
Gevorg Vardanyan, Director, National Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Chairman, Interstate Coordinating Council for Scientific and Technical Information (ICSTI)
Battogtokh Dorjgotov, President, Mongolian Young Scientist's Association
Alexander Kononov, Deputy Director for Research, Institute of the Earth's Crust of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Nikita Marchenkov, Chairman of the Youth Coordinating Board on Science and Education, Presidential Council for Science and Education
Wang Chenxing, Research Fellow, Russia-Eurasia Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Front row participants
Andrey Kotelnikov, Chairman of the Board of Young Scientists, Russian Academy of Sciences
Mikhail Kotyukov, Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation
Denis Sekirinsky, Deputy Chief of the Presidential Directorate for Science and Education Policy