8 November 2013
Innovative Development of Academic and Scientific-Technical Cooperation
Deutsche Welle and the Organizing Committee of the 38th Moscow International Fair Education and Career will hold a teleconference dedicated to Russian-German joint projects in the areas of education and science. Evgeny Glushkov, senior business analyst of A.T. Kearney Moscow, will address the audience of school graduates, students, and young scientists and discuss the Falling Walls Lab project that was held in Moscow for the first time this year.
The Falling Walls Lab offers young academics, professionals, and entrepreneurs a unique opportunity to present their ideas—in just three minutes—to a distinguished panel of judges from academia, research institutions, and business. Open to participants from all countries, backgrounds, and disciplines, the lab is a platform for innovative research projects as well as ideas and initiatives tackling social issues. Participation in the event provides the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and join discussions with leading decision makers and representatives from the scientific world.
Evgeny will address several topics, including to what degree a scientist can be an entrepreneur and what kind of soft skills are required today in order to attract a sponsor’s attention to one’s research.
More information about the fair is available here.