The section FUTURE HUB / Academic Science and Aeronautical Technical Creativity of the Youth is traditionally organized as part of the MAKS 2021 International Aviation and Space Salon.
Participants of the MAKS 2021 business and exhibition programs will pay special attention to the staffing problem. FUTURE HUB section for discussing issues of attracting and securing younger employees in the aviation industry, as well as the quality of engineering education, strengthening the partnership among industry, science and universities, will be expanded since it was recognized and highly appreciated by specialists and the public at MAKS 2019.
Participants of the section will have an effective platform for demonstration of a broad range of opportunities for professional development and career growth by higher education institutions and industry for young people with a focus on new forms of education.
The common informational, thematic and visual space will be created for the section, which will include an exhibition of innovative scientific and technical developments made by students, young scientists and university specialists, an open equipped conference hall for holding events of the Business program of the FUTURE HUB section, as well as the platform for informal business communication and exchange of opinions, speeches, discussions, awards and congratulations.
Russian leading educational institutions will present an extensive business and exhibition program in the field of aviation, aerospace and other high-tech systems.
Permanent Participants of the FUTURE HUB sections: Bauman Moscow State Technical University, State Technical University “MADI”, Samara State Agrarian University, Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Rybinsk State Aviation Technical University, Kazan National Research Technical University named after A.N. Tupolev, Southern Federal University, Tula State University, National University of Science and Technology "MISIS" and others.
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