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“Boiling Point” has been opened at KSTU

“Boiling Point” has been opened at KSTU


“Boiling Point” has been opened at KSTU

     On October 19, a special educational and communication platform “Boiling Point” was created at Kaliningrad State Technical University, the main university of the Federal Agency for Fishery. The project is being implemented as part of the development of educational programmes included in the agenda of the National Technology Initiative and the Digital Economy (NTI). On this day, "Boiling Points" were opened in 41 universities of the country.

     The opening ceremony was attended by the rector of KSTU Vladimir Volkogon, the head of the Agency for Youth Affairs of the Kaliningrad Region Denis Kalinovsky. Classrooms of the main academic building of KSTU, which were named after the training sailing ships Kruzenshtern and Sedov, hosted the presentation of innovative projects of the university. Vice-rector for sectoral scientific and methodological activities Alexander Nedostup presented the development of a simulator complex for modeling, designing and managing a trawl complex; Director of the Center for Protein Research Vladimir Volkov spoke about the activities of his Center; Associate Professor of the Department of Electrical Equipment of Ships and Power Engineering Andrei Nikishin introduced the participants to the market of STI Energinet; Ruslan Polyakov, the Head of research at KSTU briefed on the use of machine vision in production, and the Director of the KSTU Technopark Alexander Merkulov showed how digital transformation 2.0 and circle movement are combined today.

     The main areas of work of the “Boiling Point” at KSTU will be implementation of modern educational programmes, launch of a network accelerator, integration with university curricula, exchange of educational practices of universities with each other, as well as introduction of modern digital technologies in educational activities with the help of partners and participants of the National Technological Ecosystem Initiatives: development institutes, state corporations and companies.

     Students and teachers can access the digital platform of the University 20.35, as well as its diagnostic and advisory services, based on artificial intelligence algorithms. The work of the University "Boiling Point" is aimed at formation and development of individual educational trajectories of students and teachers so that they, using both the University platform 20.35 and KSTU resources, can master the necessary digital competencies in a short time.

KSTU rector Vladimir Volkogon:

“Our university “Boiling Point” will unite entrepreneurial people who not only look confidently into the future, but also create this future today. At the KSTU sites, participants will be able to share their experience and, together with entrepreneurs, government officials and members of public organizations, explore new development models in the key areas within the markets of the National Technology Initiative and, above all, the MariNet market closest to us. The "Boiling Point" will help us in working with students, their potential and the projects that they will create here at the university. "

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"Boiling Points" are created with the support of the NTI Platform (National Technology Initiative and the Digital Economy) on behalf of the Strategic Initiatives Agency (ASI). The first such "Point" was opened in Moscow in 2013. In 2019, they opened at 41 Russian universities. Currently, “Boiling Points” operate in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ivanovo, Petrozavodsk, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Tomsk, Ulyanovsk, Chelyabinsk, Obninsk, Lipetsk, Irkutsk, Kaluga, Yakutsk, Yoshkar-Ola, Belgorod, Yekaterinburg, Chita , Veliky Novgorod, Tyumen, Blagoveshchensk, Grozny, Kazan, Volgograd, Ryazan and Perm.

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