On September 22, soloists of the SoundOut musical project, laureates of international competitions Anton Silverstov (flute), Vladislav Vrublevsky (oboe), Anton Moiseenko (clarinet), Ivan Shatkovsky (bassoon), Dmitry Nikitin (French horn) and Elena Moiseenko (piano) will give a recital at the HSE Cultural Centre. The musicians will perform works by Fauré, Saint-Saens, Ibert, Poulenc, and Ligeti.
This year the speakers will pay special attention to new agency of space research and programmes, such as non-governmental and grassroots initiatives, as well as the possibilities of connective action in the field of space exploration and the role of space tourism in spreading the fashion for space both literally (clothing and accessories) and figuratively.
The conference programme includes an online conversation with the Australian artist and space and ocean researcher Dr. Sarah Jane Pell ‘Our Space on Earth: How We Make the Universe Our Own through Science And Art’, a lecture by photographer Oleg Semenov ‘Space Stereotypes in the Media Space’, a lecture by scientific journalist Mikhail Kotov ‘Billionaire Space Race’ and a lecture by astrophysicist Alexander Panov ‘The Problem of SETI and Science fiction: The Dark Forest Theory by Liu Cixin’.
Jamie Costley, PhD, Assistant Professor at the Institute of Education, will share his experience on how to become a productive author for journals in the field of education and speak about the techniques he uses when writing articles. The master class will be held in a free format. Participants will be able to ask questions and share their ideas and personal experience of writing and publishing articles.
The festival is organized by Green HSE, the Institute of Ecology, and the Student Development Office. The organizers aim to shine a spotlight on the problem of excess resource consumption and ways of recycling. Read on to learn eight reasons why you should check the event out.
During the festival you will be able to attend lectures on the circular economy and conscious consumption, take part in an eco-battle, hand over unwanted stuff for recycling, swap your clothes and books, breathe new life into your things in master classes, attend an eco-friendly performance installation and a photo exhibition and play board games—including some with an environmental theme.
The conference will present the studies conducted by scholars at the universities across the world, that relate to education. Fabian Slonimczyk, Associate Professor at ICEF and the conference organizing committee member, spoke about the highlights of this year’s conference.
The programme includes the reports and presentations by renown international scholars: Eric French (University Of Cambridge), Eren Arbatli (HSE University), Russell Weinstein (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Noemi Mantovan (Bangor Business School, Bangor University), Gordon B. Dahl (University of California, San Diego), Vitalijs Jascisens (ICEF).