ONHP Revealed a Secret which Gasoline is the Best
VIII International Research & Engineering Technology Conference was successfully completed in PAO ONHP. Traditionally, School and University Students Section was conducted on the last day of conference. School and University Students shared their scientific reports and engineering researches with Board of Jury and Experts. This year the youngest participants of the conference were 3rd Year School Students of State Funded Educational Institution School No. 25 Ms. Marina PENKOVA and Mr. Vladislav GERGERT.
Plenary Sessions opened the conference. PAO ONHP Chief Engineer, Mrs. Luybov Ya. DERYABINA and D.Sc. in Engineering, Omsk State Technical University Professor, Mr. Vasiliy KHOMCHENKO cheered future scientists and perspective engineers. Main discussion were broken down into sections.
According to Board of Jury and Experts, among whom were ONHP Basic Faculties and leading institutes leaders, representatives of industrial companies of the region, the conference is rejuvenating every year. Just a while ago, the youngest attendees were High School Students, but now it has been the second year when Junior School Students demonstrate their first engineering researches and together with High School Students participate in all discussions and, as noted by conference guests, set a special drive for the whole event.
“Incredible motivation, optimism and creativity in solving challenging tasks got the audience in utter delight," shares one expert. “We should also pay tribute to research advisors supervising works of their pupils as well as invaluable contribution of parents who found strength and desire not only to support, but also to help their children in the development of projects. In addition to the relevance and depth of topics elaboration, the jury also noted practical importance of works, and non-typical approaches to tasks solving.”
“I want to believe that our little scientists will not lose their enthusiasm and will continue their study of science and carry on started projects. Today's schoolchildren is our future, and the more such active children will participate in events of this kind, the brighter, more interesting and more positive will be our view of life!”, declared Mrs. Lyubov Ya. Deryabina, PAO ONHP Chief Engineer.
Conference experts also shared their opinion:
Mrs. Kseniya A. SMIRNOVA, Cat. 3 Economist, Planning and Economic Department, “Chemistry and Engineering” section moderator, “Young researchers who took part in “Chemistry and Engineering” section of VIII International Research & Engineering Technology Conference caused a sensation with their outstanding reports and creative approaches to topics elaboration. It is interesting that all reports were supported by practical research and creation of experimental designs of their inventions and subjects of research. The sequence of thoughts presentation, innovations, scientific approach to the matter and competent answers to audience questions is something that so favorably emphasized each speaker. We wish all participants and their scientific supervisors inspiration, creative successes and new scientific discoveries.”
Mrs. Tolkyn S. SADBEKOVA, Process Engineering Department Engineer, New Production Technologies Section Expert, “New production technologies” section reports, bringing up a wide range of actual questions, were substantial and practically applicable in their field. I would like to especially note in-depth study of material by all participants, as well as profound and informative discussions, setting up labor-intensive tasks for the next year.”
Mrs. Ekaterina DURANDINA, Civil Engineering Department No. 1 Engineer, “Chemistry and Engineering” Section Expert, “It is the second time I was invited to ONHP conference as an expert. And just like last year I participated in “Chemistry and Engineering” School Students Section. All the reports impressed me significantly. Even the youngest participants actively shared their opinions. They volunteered to make reports and with even more desire responded to rather complicated experts questions. Each attendee demonstrated work results and it was the most memorable part of the conference. “Magnet crane can easily manage the consequences of nuclear accidents”, such declaration was made by State Funded Educational Institution School No. 18 Student. School No. 25 student revealed the secret of the best oil in Omsk region and shared her investigation results with conference participants. The conference uniting school students always leaves a positive footprint in conference history. It raises many profound issues faced during the design of oil refining and petrochemical facilities.”
Based on the results of the conference all participants got Personal Certificates and the most thought-provoking reports were awarded with diplomas in the following nominations:
In university students section:
Report of Ms. Anastasiya V. STOYAN, 4 Year Student of Omsk State University n.a. F.M. DOSTOEVSKY on “Modernization of flare systems in order to compress flare gas by ejector” was awarded for “Current Significance”.
Report of Ms. Yulia S. GNOEVYKH, 4 Year Student of Omsk State University n.a. F.M. DOSTOEVSKY on “Oil Refining Closed-type Treatment Facilities Design Peculiarities” was awarded for “Best Presentation”.
Report of Ms. Valeriya V. NAZARUYK, 2 Year Student of Omsk State Technical University, Cat. 1 Technician of PAO ONHP Interdisciplines Engineering Department on “Impact of carbon enterosorbent, modified by botulin, textual properties on adsorption properties” was awarded for “Innovation”.
Report of Mr. Ekaterina A. LAVROVA, 5 Year Student of Siberian Automobile and Highway Academy, PAO ONHP Interdisciplines Engineering Department specialist on “Peculiarities of long-span building construction at existing facility. Production building of Gazpromneft ONPZ JSC Chemical Water Treatment Unit” was awarded for “Compliance with current trends in science and technology”.
Report of Mr. Maxim I. BABIDORICH, 1 Year Master's Degree Student of Omsk State Technical University, Cat. 1 Technician of PAO ONHP Interdisciplines Engineering Department on “LK-6U Pavlodar Oil Chemistry Refinery Gasoline Hydrotreatment Compex Revamp” was awarded for “Practical significance”.
Report of Mr. Nikolay S. ROZHKOV, Semen A. PAKHOMENKO, Ms. Valentina V. MELNIKOVA on “Correlative model for water decarbonator” was awarded for “Best Research Thesis”.
In school students section:
Report of Mr. Daniil E. VOROBEV, 11 Grade Student of School No. 118, Omsk on “Magnet crane” was awarded for “Original Scientific Idea”.
Report of Mr. Alexander A. BOYARNIKOV, 7 Grade Student of School No. 117, Omsk on “Design of home-based weather station for all-year-round observation of weather conditions” was awarded for “Practical Significance”.
Report of Ms. Nadezhda A. BELOUSOVA, 11 Grade Student of School No. 118 on “Study of aspirin properties and impact on human body” was awarded for “Best Research Thesis”.
Report of Ms. Alena D. KOROLEVA, 10 Grade Student of School No. 32 on “Clean water – sound health” was awarded for “Best Discussion”.
Report of Mr. Evgeniy A. BOYARNIKOV, 7 Grade Student of School No. 117, Omsk on “Study of cell phones impact on the development of quail fetus” was awarded for “Creative Approach”.
Report of Mr. Andrey F. LVOV, 7 Grade Student of School No. 25, Omsk on “Eco-friendly way to determine milk naturality” was awarded for “Current Significance”.
Report of Ms. Tatyana A. FROLOVA, 9 Grade Student of School No. 149, Omsk on “LED-based lighting as an effective resource-saving tool” was awarded for “Best presentation”.
Moreover, we would like to highlight bright reports of the youngest conference participants:
Mr. Vladimir E. MIKHAILENKO, 6 Grade Student of School No. 25 on “Amazing nanotubes”.
Mr. Vladislav V. GERGERT, 3 Grade Student of School No. 25 on “Study of possibility to make smart mass at home”.
Ms. Alina E. ELIUSIZOVA, 7 Grade Student of School No. 25 on “Safe ink preparation”.
Ms. Mariya E. PENKOVA, 3 Grade Student of School No. 25 on “Study of possibility to make paper from different types of waste paper”.