Dilrabo Abdukhaparova

ANNUAL WORLD YOUTH INNOVATION FORUM

According to the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On the State Program for the Implementation of the Strategy of Action in Five Priority Areas of Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2017-2021 in the “Year of Development of Science, Education and the Digital Economy””, and on the basis of the signed Agreement between the Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan and Eurasian Engineering Company LLC (EEC Russia) within the framework of the Week of Innovative Ideas – InnoWeek2020, it is planned to hold the first “World youth innovation forum – 2020” in Uzbekistan.

The Eurasian Engineering Company (EEC Russia) is an innovative center for uniting many international engineering, financial and scientific and technical institutions. EEC Russia implements international full-cycle projects in the areas of energy, resource conservation, agriculture, ecology and mechanical engineering.

The purpose of holding the first annual “World youth innovation forum – 2020” in Uzbekistan is to create conditions for stimulating and activating the sphere of innovations in the Republic by raising funds for the implementation of promising projects, as well as providing expert support for national innovation projects. In particular, the forum will create a permanent platform for interaction between representatives of the state, business and the innovation sphere, which is a center of competence for the joint implementation of projects.

The forum consists of four digital halls:

  1. Exhibition of innovative projects – an exhibition space for the presentation of projects of young innovators and technology entrepreneurs. Forum participants will have the opportunity to assess the potential of projects and consider the prospects for their implementation. Exhibition sections: Energy, Agriculture, Industry and construction, IT and Biotechnology.

Following the results of the exhibition, projects will be selected for further implementation and commercialization with the allocation of grant funds from the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

  1. Business program – digital hall, where participants will be provided with 5 digital blocks:
  • Tracks of the Business Program – panel sessions discussing the prospects and mechanisms for supporting youth technology entrepreneurship, briefings and foresight sessions.
  • Acceleration block – a series of presentations of youth projects to conduct an expert assessment and receive mentoring recommendations on technical, marketing, financial and other issues.
  • Educational block – trainings, presentations and case-studies from leading representatives of various business industries.
  • Case – championships – competitions during which teams are invited to solve real business problems from the practice of a particular company.
  • Hackathons – a team game during which participants work together to solve the technical and practical problem of the company.
  1. Entertainment program – digital room, where participants will be provided with 3 digital blocks:
  • Entertainment program – Online concerts and home entertainment.
  • Ted-Talks – Tech entrepreneurs will share their success stories in short presentations.
  • Speed – dating – investors and startup founders will take part in quick business dating.
  1. Job Fair – Companies-employers of various fields will present their current vacancies, offer internships or temporary work for young people, as well as organizations will talk about the prospects for young people working in state corporations. Moreover, consultants will help with resume writing and give advice on passing interviews, taking into account the competitive advantages of candidates. Trainers in master classes will advise on how to prepare for interviews and tell you how to write your own career plan.

Leader of innovative ideas

The Ministry of Innovative Development announces a competition for the badge “Innovation G’oyalar yetakchisi” for 2020.

Students, young scientists and enterprising citizens who have made a worthy contribution to the development of innovative ideas and technologies and their implementation in practice can take part in the competition.

Those wishing to take part in the competition must provide the following documents:

  • Application of a candidate for participation in the competition (Application Form);
  • A copy of the applicant’s identity document;
  • Information about the candidate;
  • Information about the candidate’s project (document form);
  • Project presentation aimed at solving a specific problem (presentation (power point) in .ppt, .pptx format, no more than 10 slides);
  • Recommendations from relevant governmental and non-governmental non-profit organizations or enterprises on the regional and sectoral benefits of the project;
  • A short video about the project (no more than 1 minute, in .avi or .mp4 format);
  • Patent certificates, certificates, letters of commendation, etc. For the project. (if available);
  • Project prototype.

 

Note:

The submitted documents will be submitted in electronic form.

The letter of recommendation must be signed by the head of state and non-state non-profit organizations on the official form of a business entity.

Submission is optional but recommended and additional points will be awarded. Additional documents must be submitted as part of the project. Non-design information will not be considered.

 

  • Students and young scientists must submit an application to a special commission created in the higher educational institutions in which they work, by May 30 of this year.
  • Enterprising citizens must submit an application to the commissions created in the district (city) khokimiyats, at the place of residence, before May 30 of this year.

The winners will be awarded with a badge within the framework of the Week of innovative ideas “InnoWeek – 2020”, organized by the Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Youth Union of Uzbekistan in November this year.

Competition of practical and innovative projects for young scientists.

The Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan announces a competition for practical and innovative projects of young scientists in accordance with the requirements of the state order for research in order to support the scientific and innovative activities of talented young scientists.

The main goal of the competition is to support the results and initiatives of talented young scientists in their research activities, to create the necessary conditions for their research and to attract potential young people to science.

The competition was organized by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated August 30, 2019 No. РР-4433 “On measures to improve the system of attracting young people to science and support of its initiatives” and the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On measures to further improve the regulatory framework for scientific research “In accordance with the requirements of the Decree of the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated March 9, 2020 No. 133.

Note:

Information on the results of projects submitted for the competition is available on the website www.mininnovation.uz through the interactive service “Competition Results” in the “Competitions” section.

 

Support Service of the Ministry of Innovative Development on technical issues related to electronic registration through the web portal www.fan-portal.uz – Department of Information Technologies Implementation:

(71) 203-32-23 (620, 621), (90) 993-99 -32.

 

List of topics for the competition of practical and innovative projects of young scientists in accordance with the requirements of the state order for research work within the framework of state programs related to scientific activities:

A) In the direction of “Technical Sciences”;

B) In the direction of “Informatization and development of information and communication technologies”;

C) In the direction of “Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine and Ecology”;

D) In ​​the field of “Medical Sciences”;

E) in the direction “Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics”;

F) In the direction of “Biological Sciences”;

G) In the direction of “Pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences”;

H) In the direction of “Chemical technology and nanotechnology”;

I) In the direction of “Architecture, construction, design and urban planning”;

J) In the field of “Earth Science”;

TTPU

The Global Young Academy opens doors for the talented youth of our country.

The Global Young Academy provides young researchers with the opportunity to engage in international dialogue to support young scientists around the world, raise public awareness of science, engage in political debate, and foster international and interdisciplinary collaboration. It allows internationally renowned young scientists to come together to discuss issues of global importance.

📝 Membership:

🔸 Open to any research-based science, including the natural, physical and social sciences, and all scientists working in the arts and humanities.

📝 Requirements:

🔸 Applicants must demonstrate a high level of knowledge and a clear commitment to making a difference in society. A doctorate or equivalent program is a basic requirement for applicants.

❗️ Applicants outside this range are encouraged to provide substantiated documents on why their applications should be considered.

📝 Features:

🔸 GYA members attend the annual general meeting and also actively participate in one or more of the organization’s programs, which include policy development, promotion of national youth academies, and support for science and education. If candidates are accepted as new members of the GYA, they will have the opportunity to attend the next AGM, which will be held in Japan on May 16-21, 2021.

⏳ Applications are accepted until September 15, 2020.

 

🌐 Apply.

20 BEST STARTUP PROJECTS

The Youth Academy under the Ministry of Innovative Development announces a competition for the 20 best start-up projects for 2020 on a self-financing basis.

Scientists and students under the age of 40, as well as young entrepreneurs can take part in this competition with only one project.

The submitted projects must be registered electronically on the website www.yoshlarakademiyasi.uz by June 1, 2020 at 18:00. Projects that are not registered electronically will not be accepted.

Documents submitted after this deadline will not be considered.

The Center for Advanced Technologies under the Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan will provide technical support and assistance in evaluating these competitive projects.

For details:

Tel .: 71 203-32-23, 97 796-44-44, 93 509-36-36,

Official website: www.yoshlarakademiyasi.uz

Telegram: @yoshlarakademiyasi

Facebook: Yoshlar akademiyasi

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Youth educational platform “Texnobus” launched

The Texnobus educational platform was developed by the Ministry of Innovative Development in order to create the basis for Youth Technoparks, which will be gradually created in each region of the country, and to form a talented team of young people to work in such technoparks. “Texnobus” has all the amenities and is equipped with the necessary modern devices. The UzOtayol training bus, which can be powered directly from the mains, generator and battery, is capable of simultaneously teaching 12 students.

The innovative educational platform will train young people in the following areas:

– robotics and electronics;

– 3D prototyping;

– alternative energy sources;

– programming;

– VR / AR and other interactive areas.

 

The first visit was organized to the city of Akhangaran, Tashkent region. More than 20 enterprising young people from this region took part in the master classes.

 

In the context of a pandemic, for the purpose of safety, the next master class was held online in the form of an online conference for gifted youth in the Almazar district of Tashkent city. More than 30 initiative young people of the Almazar region took part in the online conference.

Scientists under the age of 40 who have reached the highest Hirsch score will receive 100 million sums each.

In his address to the Oliy Majlis on January 24, President Sh. Mirziyoyev paid special attention to the further development of science in the country. Within the framework of the state program “Development of Science, Education and Digital Economy” we have been assigned a number of tasks to support and encourage scientific, practical and innovative projects of young scientists.

“No state is capable of developing all branches of science at the same time. Therefore, every year we will pay attention to the development of several important areas” said President Sh. Mirziyoyev in his Address to the Oliy Majlis on January 24 of this year.

This year, measures will be taken to widely develop fundamental and applied research in such areas as mathematics, chemistry, biology and geology.

 

The Youth Academy under the Ministry of Innovative Development plans to reward the most active young scientists in the above areas of science in order to encourage them.

 

By the end of 2020, scientists under the age of 40 who have achieved the highest Hirsch index in the international scientific database Scopus will receive an award of 100 million sums from the Youth Academy Foundation.

Scopus is the world’s most authoritative scientific and analytical rating platform that allows you to rank authors, scientists, journals, organizations and countries. If we talk about how to get there, then the main task that needs to be completed is to write a scientific article. In order to grow in the ranking, it is necessary for this scientific article to gain links. This will indicate that it actually has importance for the scientific community. Thus, ratings are formed.

Today, the ranks of young scientists engaged in research and development in various fields of science are growing. We hope that such opportunities and incentives will create conditions for the implementation by young scientists of scientific and practical projects that will contribute to the development of our country.