One of the program’s goals is provision of help to young scientists in the increase of the number of their publications at international journals, which will allow them to further expand geography of their work and be qualified for prestigious awards in a changing global environment. “Publications at prestigious foreign journals have not become an integral part of a lot of Russian researchers’ portfolio yet,” states Sergey Brilev, the Global Energy Association President. “This situation can be changed also through development of self-presentation skills, which are in demand at the international level.”
This is a five-stage programme: on the first stage, the participants selected upon the results of the Gazprom’s corporate programs will get access to a series of lectures and master classes given by the leading energy and international community experts. Upon completion of the lecture course to be held July 18 – 22, the participants will start working on their video presentations to be prepared before August 14, which must base on their own developments and reports. The working group members will evaluate the video reports and select three winners. Each winner will be assigned a mentor from their area of expertise to meet and consult with.
The three finalists will receive the diplomas from the Global Energy Association later this year and get an opportunity to publish a chapter about their developments in the next edition of the Association’s report 10 Breakthrough Ideas in Energy for the Next 10 Years, which will be presented in 2023.