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"Gonets" company presented best report at youth conference "Tupolev readings"

"Gonets" company presented best report at youth conference "Tupolev readings"
"Gonets" company presented best report at youth conference "Tupolev readings"

Representatives of JSC "Satellite system "Gonets" (part of the State Corporation "Roscosmos") They spoke at the International Youth Scientific Conference "XXVI Tupolev Readings (school of Young Scientists)", which took place on November 9-10, 2023 in Kazan, and received a diploma for the best report of the conference.

The conference "XXVI Tupolev Readings" was held at the Kazan National Research Technical University named after A.N. Tupolev–KAI and was dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the founding of Russian civil aviation. Young aerospace scientists under the age of 35, as well as representatives of specialized secondary and higher specialized educational institutions presented their thematic reports at the conference.

Employees of the branch of SS Gonets JSC in Zheleznogorsk - Head of the Management Department Konstantin Kraev and engineer of the Management Department Pavel Zaitsev made a presentation in the section "Mathematical methods and models in applied research" on the topic: "Algorithms for calculating the reliability of the spacecraft". According to the results of the speeches, the report

of K. Krayev and P. Zaitsev was recognized as the best within the thematic section and was awarded the corresponding diploma of the I degree.

The International Youth Scientific Conference "Tupolev Readings (School of Young Scientists)" has been held since 1986 and is aimed at supporting and developing the research work of students and young scientists within the framework of priority areas for the development of science and technology of the Russian Federation. The conference discusses topical issues and problems of the development of aerospace technologies, mechanical engineering, energy, instrumentation, information, infocommunication, radioelectronic technologies, as well as socio-economic aspects of the creation of aerospace technology.