LECTURES, TOP SPEAKERS FIT-M 2021
LECTURES FIT-M 2021
Head of the Russian Quantum Center
Professor at MSSES (Shaninka)
Director of the Center for Research on Post-Industrial Societies
Associate Professor of the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Professor at MIPT
Director of the Phystech School of Applied Mathematics and Informatics at MIPT
Deputy Director of the HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics
Director of the International Institute for Humanitarian and Political Research
Scientific Editor of the Antropogenez.Ru portal
President of the Russian Institute
16 Dec 11:00-12:30
Quantum technologies today are one of the most promising and rapidly developing scientific and technological areas. Developments in the field of quantum technologies are ultra-powerful quantum computers, secure communications using quantum cryptography, and high-precision quantum sensors.
Quantum computers are already beginning to solve problems that are beyond the power of classical supercomputers.
We will discuss the main directions of quantum technologies, as well as discuss their issues of investment in this area, companies existing on the market and the first business applications of quantum technologies.
16 Dec 12:30–14:00
The disunity of society and the weakness of social ties were already characteristic of Soviet society, but the market reforms of the 1990s and state centralization of the 2000s not only failed to solve this problem, but also exacerbated it. The state institutions that emerged during the years of Putin's rule, to a large extent, turned out to be a reflection of precisely this state of affairs.The established political order is not only authoritarian; it simultaneously fixes the alienation of the elite from society and the absence of organic social ties within the elite itself. Within the framework of such institutions, successful socio-economic development is fundamentally impossible, and economic processes are associated with the reproduction and deepening of social entropy.
An alternative to the conservative scenario can be socio-economic reconstruction based on conscious political efforts to overcome entropy. The question is whether there is a potential in society for creating such a political project and on whom it can rely. Can a collective political will be consolidated to overcome inertia? Russian history has provided several examples of such a modernist upheaval by a politically organized minority.However, previous coups of this kind were purely authoritarian, and the specificity of the current crisis is that democracy is a necessary condition for overcoming social entropy and stimulating modern forms of economic development. Can a version of democratic and modernization populism be formed in Russia, by analogy with F.D. Roosevelt's New Deal in the United States?
The outlines of such a project are already outlined, and it is quite clear that without a simultaneous sharp increase in the economic role of the state, consistent political democratization and radical social policy, it is impossible to carry out a serious modernization of Russia. It is quite obvious that such an approach turns out to be fundamentally impossible from the point of view of liberal concepts, but it also quite organically follows from the strategy of the democratic left.Thus, the problem is not to form a development strategy on this basis, but to win the political conditions for its implementation. At the moment, such a prospect does not seem most likely. But if it fails to be implemented, then we return to the original version described at the beginning of the report.
16 Dec 14:00-15:30
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16 Dec 15:30-17:00
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16 Dec 17:00-18:30
To understand what the scenarios for the development or degradation of a public school may be, one must understand the conditions in which the school is at the moment. What are the average salaries for subject teachers - real and not “according to official figures”?
What is the teacher's workload at school - real, without any "cheating"? What is the age of teachers, more precisely, what percentage of teachers are of retirement and pre-retirement age? What is the real subject knowledge of their young colleagues? What are the USE results and their dynamics in the country?
These and many other data (for example, passing scores to teacher training colleges) are not disclosed by Rosstat, the Ministry of Education and Science, or Rosobrnadzor. Why? It is not difficult to guess - due to the inevitably subsequent negative reassessment of all the reforms and throwbacks of recent years.
The "screen instead of a teacher" scenario has shown its complete failure, thanks to experiments during the pandemic. What then remains to be done? I will outline an ambulance scenario for our mass school with broad strokes - a mobilization and disruptive scenario, but, alas, the only possible one under the present conditions.
17 Dec 11:00-12:30
The lecture will talk about both simply beautiful mathematical problems and their specific applications in real life. Plane coloring, modeling of real social graphs, search for cheat in sites, maximum combination of combinations and many other interesting topics!
17 Dec 13:00-15:00
17 Dec 15:30-17:00
17 Dec 17:00-18:30
Technologies are developing and make it possible to obtain information about such details and subtleties of the life of people of the past, about which it was completely impossible to find out quite recently. Isotope methods, microscopy, tomography, spectrometry, paleogenetics and many others provide invaluable information about the diet of ancestors, life span, migrations, relationships, time of existence.
17 Dec 18:30-20:00