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Atomic Technology Day will be held in Minsk on November 27


An educational and entertainment event for Belarusian students - the Day of Atomic Technologies - will be held on November 27 at the BNTU, BelTA was told in the state corporation Rosatom.

The event was organized by Rosatom with the support of the Ministry of Energy of Belarus, the Atomic Energy Information Center and the Belarusian National Technical University. The main goal of the Atomic Technology Day is to popularize technical education among young people. As noted in Rosatom, Belarus and Russia are closely cooperating in the training of personnel for nuclear energy. In connection with the construction of the Belarusian NPP, highly skilled young specialists will be required to ensure the operation of nuclear facilities in compliance with all international nuclear and radiation safety requirements.

The state corporation believes that the demand for specialists in engineering and technical professions will also grow because nuclear technologies are developing dynamically and are becoming more and more in demand every year. And not only in the energy sector, but also in other areas - medicine, industry, agriculture, IT, where they are used to develop the latest supercomputers, create new materials with unique properties.

"The Day of Atomic Technologies will enable students of specialized disciplines to expand their ideas about science and modern technologies,” the Rosatom noted. “This year, an educational and entertainment venue will be organized where participants will be able to participate in intellectual competitions related to nuclear industry and science, compete in erudition and build a chronology of scientific discoveries.With the help of augmented reality technologies and a 3D layout of a nuclear power plant, you can see all the security systems and reactors vanie them to change the interior and the environment. "

The event will open the exhibition "Atomic Technologies of Russia", organized by the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Minsk. Speakers are expected to give lectures on the trends in nuclear technology in the world, on how nuclear energy helps in the fight against climate change. In addition, experts will talk about the work and development of the Belarusian NPP. At the end of the event, the most active participants will receive prizes from the organizers.

Representatives of the Russian Embassy in Belarus, the Ministry of Energy, BelNPP, industry experts and teachers from specialized universities were invited to the Atomic Technology Day.

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