Student Team Research Project Competition 'Science Initiative'
The acceptance of applications for the Competition has started. You can apply until February 28. More information about what steps are needed for this is below.
The team research project competition 'Scientific Initiative' held by the Centre for Student Academic Development gives undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to come up with and independently implement a collective scientific research project "from scratch". Thanks to this competition, students gain teamwork skills, opportunities for collaboration and implementation of the most ambitious scientific ideas at an interdisciplinary level.
The competition itself has existed since 2019 and has already facilitated the implementation of about 20 fully fledged independent research projects. Here you can learn more about the first competition held in 2019/2
What does the Competition give the participants?
✓ Skills in organising and conducting team research projects
✓ Knowledge and experience of working with a the full cycle of team scientific research projects: from the idea and execution of work to the implementation and submission of reports in the form of scientific articles, the results of field research, patent applications, etc
✓ Skills of team project work
✓ The opportunity to implement your scientific research project with the possibility of continuing its implementation within the framework of a Research and Study Group, or through other HSE competitions
✓ Experience working with people from different HSE campuses and degree programmes, as well as with leading external specialists and experts
✓ Invaluable knowledge about the work of grant science: our Competition is the starting point for further participation in other HSE grant scientific competitions and competitions from the RNF
5 steps for successful participation in the Competition
Timeline of the Competition in 2022 :
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