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Conclusion of the XIXth Scientific-Technical Conference of young scientists and specialists
by Staff Writers
Moscow (SPX) Nov 25, 2011


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The XIXth Scientific-Technical conference of young scientists and specialists concluded its work at S.P. Korolev Rocket-Space Corporation Energia. At the meetings of its 12 sections 365 representatives of the 54 leading space industry enterprises and higher educational establishments had spoken. 295 reports were heard, including the 151 reports from RSC Energia specialists.

At the final plenary sessions the names of the winners were called. Their developments and research works proved to be most topical for solving scientific-technical problems aimed at further development of national cosmonautics.

By the contest results, the awards and certificates of honour were presented for the 69 reports, including the 30 papers prepared by young scientists from MGTU after N.E. Bauman; GNP RKTs "Ts SKB-Progress"; Central Research Machinebuilding Institute; NPP Zvezda; the Keldysh's Center; TsNII of Robotics and Technical Cybernetics; GKB "Yuzhnoye", etc. From RSC Energia 39 reports were marked.

In each of the sections the following incentive prizes were awarded:

+ First prize - 50,000 roubles;

+ Second prize - 30,000 roubles;

+ Third prize - 20,000 roubles;

+ Incentive award - 10,000 roubles.

The participants making reports of practical value who had not become the contest winners were awarded certificates of honour and memorable presents.

The conference grand prix prize winners (the main prize to the extent of 60,000 roubles) are V.V. Voronin and O.I. Knyazev, RSC Energia's young employees who came out with the report entitled "Determining and Optimizing Main Design Parameters of Landing Gear".

Diplomas and memorable prizes were presented to the winners by the following officials: A.F. Strekalov, RSC Energia's first Vice-Presiden, ZEM General Director; V.P. Legostaev, the RAS academician, RSC Energia's first Deputy General Designer in charge of scientific work; pilot-cosmonauts A.P. Aleksandrov and S.Y. Treschov; O.Yu. Slepushkin, executive secretary of the conference.

Upon completion of the awarding ceremony, the main prize winners V.V. Voronin and O.I. Knyazev were honoured with the right to read out their report for the audience.

In conclusion of the plenary meeting, messages of thanks were conveyed to the conference participants for their active creative work. It was noted that national rocket-space industry is supplemented with new young and gifted specialists who are ready to preserve and increase achievements in national cosmonautics and will be proud to continue the activities initiated by S.P. Korolev and its associates.

The XIXth Scientific-Technical conference of young scientists and specialists concluded its work at S.P. Korolev Rocket-Space Corporation Energia.

At the meetings of its 12 sections 365 representatives of the 54 leading space industry enterprises and higher educational establishments had spoken. 295 reports were heard, including the 151 reports from RSC Energia specialists.

At the final plenary sessions the names of the winners were called. Their developments and research works proved to be most topical for solving scientific-technical problems aimed at further development of national cosmonautics.

By the contest results, the awards and certificates of honour were presented for the 69 reports, including the 30 papers prepared by young scientists from MGTU after N.E. Bauman; GNP RKTs "Ts SKB-Progress"; Central Research Machinebuilding Institute; NPP Zvezda; the Keldysh's Center; TsNII of Robotics and Technical Cybernetics; GKB "Yuzhnoye", etc. From RSC Energia 39 reports were marked.

In each of the sections the following incentive prizes were awarded:

+ First prize - 50,000 roubles;

+ Second prize - 30,000 roubles;

+ Third prize - 20,000 roubles;

+ Incentive award - 10,000 roubles.

The participants making reports of practical value who had not become the contest winners were awarded certificates of honour and memorable presents.

The conference grand prix prize winners (the main prize to the extent of 60,000 roubles) are V.V. Voronin and O.I. Knyazev, RSC Energia's young employees who came out with the report entitled "Determining and Optimizing Main Design Parameters of Landing Gear".

Diplomas and memorable prizes were presented to the winners by the following officials: A.F. Strekalov, RSC Energia's first Vice-Presiden, ZEM General Director; V.P. Legostaev, the RAS academician, RSC Energia's first Deputy General Designer in charge of scientific work; pilot-cosmonauts A.P. Aleksandrov and S.Y. Treschov; O.Yu. Slepushkin, executive secretary of the conference.

Upon completion of the awarding ceremony, the main prize winners V.V. Voronin and O.I. Knyazev were honoured with the right to read out their report for the audience.

In conclusion of the plenary meeting, messages of thanks were conveyed to the conference participants for their active creative work. It was noted that national rocket-space industry is supplemented with new young and gifted specialists who are ready to preserve and increase achievements in national cosmonautics and will be proud to continue the activities initiated by S.P. Korolev and its associates.

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