22 сентября 2016
100K20 at the VI German-Russian week of the young scientist
German-Russian young scientist week is an annual event held at leading Russian universities. Over the years, the German house of science and innovation (DWIH), the German research community (DFG), the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Moscow, and the German academic exchange service (DAAD) have been the organizers. Each year, the event focuses on a specific topic from different areas of expertise.
The German-Russian young scientist week 2016, dedicated to the theme "Urbanism-problems and prospects", was held from 12 to 16 September at the Moscow state University of civil engineering. This year, the event was a joint project of MGSU, the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Moscow and the German house of science and innovation (DWIH) in Moscow. The main goal of the young scientist's Week is to strengthen relations between Russian and German scientific communities, develop the scientific potential of participating countries, and form promising research groups of Russian and German participants.
As part of the event, Daria Iovcheva, 100K20, representative office of Springer Nature publishing house in Russia, held a seminar on Springer Nature activities, subscription to resources, and opportunities for scientists and universities.