- MOGILEV SCIENCE FESTIVAL. DAY ONE
MOGILEV SCIENCE FESTIVAL. DAY ONE
The 7th Mogilev Science Festival started at the Belarusian-Russian University on May 5, 2021. On the first day, the visitors had the opportunity to attend the exhibition of research projects of undergraduates and master’s students. The faculties of the university presented their innovative ideas and solutions.
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering presented 5 projects:
- Power analyzer for electric power drives with a megahertz frequency range (exhibit);
- Welding process recording device (exhibit);
- Device for precision waveguide spectroscopy of thin films (exhibit);
- Ultrasonic testing technology using printed protectors (exhibit) ;
- The ‘Safe House’ project (software product).
The Faculty of Automotive Engineering presented 4 projects:
- Spring feeder-dispenser with additional functions (exhibit);
- Multi-purpose technological unit with a wave working chamber (exhibit);
- Telescopic conveyor (exhibit);
- Mock-up of the planetary torus helical transmission (mock-up).
The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering presented 4 projects:
- Tool for magnetic field strengthening treatment (exhibit);
- Improving performance characteristics of polymer products obtained by additive technologies (exhibit);
- Manufacturing complex geometry parts by additive layer-by-layer synthesis using arc welding technologies (exhibit);
- Arc welding technology in functionally gradient shielding gases (exhibit).
The Faculty of Construction presented 5 projects:
- Testing the load-bearing capacity and stability of light gauge steel framing (multimedia presentation);
- Change in the deformability of expanded clay concrete as a result of dispersed reinforcement with polypropylene fiber (sample and presentation);
- Creating three-dimensional assemblies of complex engineering objects in software environments followed by mock-up visualization (poster and 3D printed samples);
- Simulation of dangerous intersections (case study: Lazarenko Street – Kosmonavtov Street intersection in Mogilev) (video and presentation);
- Creation of artificial biophytocoenosis for vertical landscaping of buildings. (full-scale model).
The Faculty of Economics presented 2 projects:
- Problems and ways of improving property taxation in the Republic of Belarus (presentation);
- Using Python to visualize solutions to mathematical problems (presentation).
The best exhibits were recommended for inclusion in the Catalog of Research and Technological Developments of Undergraduates and Postgraduates-2021 and participation in the exhibition of scientific and technological developments of higher education institutions of the Republic of Belarus.
The exhibition was followed by the 57th Student Scientific and Technical Conference of the Belarusian-Russian University that included 28 workshops in various subject areas.