The event took place June 15 with the support of the Department of Education of Moscow. The Forum presented new information, communication and audio-visual technology to be used in the field of education, science, culture and business.
Rector Ivakhnenko opened the Forum.
Dr. Aptekarev, of the Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, gave a welcoming speech.
Mr Nagai, General Director of Casio Russia, spoke on the importance of the link between education and technology.
Mr. Lobanova, Deputy Director of Polymedia company, stressed the importance of the role that RSUH played as a testing site for new education-related technology.
Dr. Kuvshinov, Director of the Institute of New Educational Technologies, spoke on the convergence of science and education and the challenges that lied ahead.
Dr. Pryanichnikov, Head of the International Laboratory for IT, Mechatronics and Sensorics at the MINOT spoke on intellectual robotronics and automated intellectual production lines.
Dr. Waschik, Director of the Institute of Foreign Languages (Germany), spoke about the crisis of civilization and the demand for skilled professionals in technical and liberal arts fields.
The plenary session was succeeded by five workshops on educational technologies.
Workshop 1, moderated by Dr. Kharin, Director of the International Center of Perspective Media Technologies at MINOT, focused on a new type of educational space. Presentations were made by Dr. Voronkov of MINOT at RSUH (on multidisciplinary integration), Dr. Repyakh, history teacher at the Logos M non-State educational institution (on research based on cloud technology), Mr Rimkevichus, brand manager at Polymedia (on STEAM education), Dr. Ilyinsky, ATBE company (on teaching foreign languages online), Dr. Gorovets, of STANKIN (on convergence in education), and by others.
Workshop 2 was moderated by Dr. Yaroslavtseva of the Institute of Philosophy of the RAS and focused on digital technology in primary and high-school education. Presentations were made by Dr. Yaroslavtseva herself (on the potential of educational technologies), Dr. Arshinov, of the Institute of Philosophy of the RAS (on socio-anthropology and techno-socio-sphere), Dr. Budanov, of the Institute of Philosophy of the RAS (on the anthropic risks in industry), Dr. Chekletsov (on blockchain), and by others.
Workshop 3 was moderated by Dr. Pryanichnikov and focused on intellectual robotics and distance learning. Presentations were made by Dr. Grigorieva of School of Intellectual robotronics, Dr. Eprikov of STANKIN, Dr. Pryanichnikov of MINOT RSUH, Keldysh Institute, Dr. Khelemendrik of the Keldysh Institute (on multi-agent management of robotaria), Dr. Kirsanov of MINOT, Dr. Davydov of the Keldysh Institute, Dr. Pletenev of the Keldysh Institute and STANKIN (on remote programming), and by others.
Workshop 4 was moderated by Dr.Andreev and focused on mobile robotechnology. Dr. Andreev spoke on the subject of robotechnology in high school education, Dr. Peshkov, of Lego Education, spoke on development of creative abilities in children with Lego Education robo-sets, Mr. Kim, of STANKIN, spoke on modular mobile robots.
Workshop 5 focused on 3-D visualization in education. Dr. Kuvshinov, of MINOT RSUH, spoke on digital technologies, Mr. Kuznetsov, Director of “Khoper” company, spoke on mobile visionaria, Mr. Karbanov, of Telemetrix, spoke on Infinity Set 3-D virtual studio, Dr. Raev, of VGIK, spoke on high school experimental 3-D cinema.