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‘I Dream of Developing an Information System Devoted to Zemstvo Schools’

‘I Dream of Developing an Information System Devoted to Zemstvo Schools’
If Iliana Ismakaeva had not become a scientist, she would definitely have become a teacher like her parents. In this interview with the HSE Young Scientists project, she spoke about digital zemstvo studies, her walks along the Kama embankment, and virtual historical reconstructions.

'Working in an Academic Environment Is Like Running an Ultramarathon'

'Working in an Academic Environment Is Like Running an Ultramarathon'
Anton Galeev’s longstanding interest in tracing the origins of academic theories has led him to study the historical development of economic thought. In this interview with the HSE Young Scientists project, Anton discusses Russian economist Yuly Zhukovsky, the importance of staying in good writing shape, and how Disney's Frozen helped solve the Dyatlov Pass mystery.

'There Is Nothing Absolute in People's Behaviour'

'There Is Nothing Absolute in People's Behaviour'
Daria Tabashnikova studies sports economics and constructs mathematical models for predicting athletes' behaviour. In her interview with the HSE Young Scientists project, she speaks about double-elimination tournaments, her love of checkers, and game theory stickers.

‘The Joy of Science Lies in the Euphoria of Learning’

‘The Joy of Science Lies in the Euphoria of Learning’
For Elena Nozdrinova, mathematics is her life's work and a realm where she discovers universal order and harmony. In her interview with the HSE Young Scientists project, she speaks about dynamical systems, the Nizhny Novgorod scientific school, and favourite pastimes that help her grow.

‘A Power Plant Is a Special World, Like a State within a State’

‘A Power Plant Is a Special World, Like a State within a State’
Yulia Shulenina dreamed of working at archaeological digs in Egypt but ended up researching the industrial architecture of the avant-garde. In this interview with the HSE Young Scientists project, she spoke about her passion for academic singing, Soviet-era experimental housing at Voikovskaya, and the mystery of the GRES-3 power plant in the Moscow region.

‘Progress in Life Comes when You’re More Driven than Everyone Else’

‘Progress in Life Comes when You’re More Driven than Everyone Else’
Alexandra Mamlina teaches HSE University students Italian, defends her dissertation on the Visconti of Milan, and dreams of writing an art history book about northern Italy. In an interview with the HSE Young Scientists project, she shared how Italian became part of her life, thoughts about the giants on the facade of the Duomo, and the fact that she could have been born on a lake, but instead was born on the Ob Sea.

‘A Night Owl and a Morning Lark Are Battling inside Me’

‘A Night Owl and a Morning Lark Are Battling inside Me’
Vadim Mykolaenko is able to stay up working until late at night and then go for a run at seven in the morning—he gets so much energy from his life as a young HSE University scientist. In this interview with the Young Scientists project, Mr. Mykolaenko spoke about his subject area, his attitude to grades, and his love for music and cycling.

‘At the Start of Our Careers, Each of Us Has a Huge Advantage—The Right to Still Be in the Dark about Some Things and to Be Learning How Things Are Done’

‘At the Start of Our Careers, Each of Us Has a Huge Advantage—The Right to Still Be in the Dark about Some Things and to Be Learning How Things Are Done’
Valeria Vlasova researches innovations and how they affect the economy and society. Here, she tells the HSE University Young Scientists project when she first got the idea to go into science, where to read about trends in the development of Russian science and innovation and what her everyday life is like.

‘Radiologists Might not Notice Tumors on X-rays if They Are Looking for a Rib Fracture’

‘Radiologists Might not Notice Tumors on X-rays if They Are Looking for a Rib Fracture’
HSE researcher Frol Sapronov believes that doing science, for all its complexity and seriousness, should be fun. He told the HSE Young Scientists project how he researches dyslexia in adults and why he tries not to be offended by criticism of his work.

‘The Main Thing Is to Try to Learn New Things by Any Honest Means’

‘The Main Thing Is to Try to Learn New Things by Any Honest Means’
Chemist Polina Yurova works in the same laboratory of the IGIC RAS that she first visited as a tenth grader. In this interview with the Young Scientists of HSE University project, she spoke about the creation of ion-exchange membranes, the ‘hair’ of black holes and her favourite Moscow park.
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