Engineerium Youth Technology Park based on Bauman MSTU will be opened as early as this year. Its creation is arranged by the University's subdivision, Intersectoral Engineering Centre Composites of Russia.
The Technology Park is created on the instruction of the Moscow Government. In this academic year, the scientific and educational technology park will commence trainings for schoolchildren and students in the following key areas: robotics, nanotechnologies and composites, 3D technologies, spacecrafts, and a few others. 'Providing additional education to schoolchildren, training them to implement large-scale projects, and enter universities is an essential task of all parts of the education system, including our university,' said Anatoly Alexandrov, Rector of Bauman MSTU. 'The Technology Park will be unique - it will admit both students and schoolchildren. They will have access to state-of-the-art equipment for laboratory researches and for both independent and joint project implementation.'
In Engineerium Technology Park, schoolchildren and students led by experienced teachers and scientists of Intersectoral Engineering Centre Composites of Russia will have the opportunity to create unique projects. Classes will be arranged 'though practice'. Practical skills will be reinforced by theoretical knowledge. As a result, trainees of Engineerium will be able to develop their skills as much as possible and enhance their knowledge in scientific, technical and engineering fields.
They will even be able to sign deferred employment contracts with high-tech companies of Moscow.
Besides, the Technology Park will arrange for pre-entry training to get into Bauman MSTU, in particular, through participating in such Olympics as 'Step to the Future' and 'NTI Olympics'.