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Международная научно-практическая конференция
«ЛИЧНОСТНЫЕ И РЕГУЛЯТОРНЫЕ РЕСУРСЫ ДОСТИЖЕНИЯ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНЫХ И ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНЫХ ЦЕЛЕЙ В ЭПОХУ ЦИФРОВИЗАЦИИ»
состоялась 22-23 октября 2020 года
при поддержке Российского фонда фундаментальных исследований (РФФИ)

Видеоматериалы

Пленарное заседание: приветствия и пленарные доклады

Секция «Саморегуляция личности как метаресурс образования и саморазвития человека»

Секция «Саморегуляция состояний и достижения целей в профессиональной сфере»

Секция «Развитие саморегуляции и психическое здоровье»

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  1. The main task of the Foundation is to select on the basis of competitions the best scientific projects among those that were submitted to the Foundation by scientists in an initiative order and subsequently to support the selected projects organisationally and financially. Scientific directions supported by the Foundation are: — mathematics, mechanics, and information technology; — physics and astronomy; — chemistry and studies of materials; — biology and medical science; — Earth science; — humanities and social sciences; — information technology and computer systems; — fundamental basics of engineering sciences. The principal direction of the Foundation is the competition of initiative projects performed by small (up to ten persons) groups of scientists or by individual researchers. RFBR competitions and competition programs in 2009 Overall during the year the Foundation financed 15 types of competitions and two programs: a) competition for initiative scientific projects carried out by small (up to ten persons) groups of scientists or individual researchers; ano) competition for projects of writing analytical reviews; b) competition for projects of developing the material and technical base of scientific research; g) competition for projects of organising Russian and international scientific events on Russian territory; d) competition for publishing projects; z) competition for projects of participation of Russian scientists in international scientific events abroad; k) competition for projects of organising expeditions (and field trips); m) competitions for international projects; mob) competition for projects in the program Mobility of young scientists ; ofi-m) competition for projects of oriented fundamental research on interdisciplinary subjects of current interest; ofi) competition for projects of oriented fundamental research; ofi-ts) joint competition with RF organisations; r) competition for regional projects; competitions for projects with CIS countries; s) competition for popular scientific articles by RFBR grant holders; e) competition for projects of urgent research support; program Electronic Scientific Library . Expertise is a principal element of the Foundation’s activity. All RFBR decisions to support projects are made only as a result of expertise. RFBR became the first organisation in Russia using this practice. Each application to RFBR goes through an independent multistage expert evaluation in every field of knowledge. Each year the Foundation engages about 3,000 experts who conduct 65-70 thousand evaluations. RFBR uses modern information technology widely, which allows to conduct 75 to 100% of expert evaluations online. This has allowed to increase the number of experts from the regions of Russia significantly. RFBR is an active participant in international scientific cooperation. RFBR FINANCING According to the Government’s decision, beginning with 1997, 6% of funding in the federal budget assigned to financing fundamental research and facilitating scientific and technical progress is sent to RFBR each year. RFBR grants are given as subsidies to legal entities for targeted use without the need to return the funds. The allocation of funds between different kinds of RFBR activities is approved each year by the Foundation Board. The principal part of the Foundation’s funds (over 70%) is directed towards financing initiative scientific projects performed by small groups of scientists (up to ten persons) or individual scientists (see Fig. 3 for RFBR 2009 budget allocation). An initiative project can be financed for three years at most.

  2. Laboratory of intelli 4503 gent robotic systems took part in the h Annual Conference of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers Laboratory of intelligent robotic systems was awarded a grant of Russian Foundation for Basic Research

  3. Economic feasibility is one of the most important factors for selection of foundation system. We have discussed the economic suitability of different type of foundation on another article: Types of Foundation – Pick the Best One. for a Project . There are many other important factors that one should consider before choosing a foundation system for a particular structure. Those factors are briefly noted below:

  4. linear velocity shear in cases of rotating and non-rotating plasma. It is shown that even with a strong nonlinearity many properties of turbulence can be qualitatively studied using a linear theory. A closed system of linear equations quations for fluid, current and cross helicity are derived. Differences in cases of rotating and non-rotating flows are discussed. This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project no. 19-02-00016).

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  7. In short-term incubation experiment (90 days with additional preincubation) in conditions, simulating summer season in Kola Peninsula, Russia, we implemented different organic amendments humic subtances, peat-gel, biochar for remediation of highly contaminated soils of technogenic barrens, situated in 2 and 5 km from active nickel processing industry. Unamended soils used in experiment are characterised by ablation of upper fertile soil layer, high acidity, high content of Ni, Cu, Fe, Zn, depletion of nutrients and organic matter, and, as consequence, by the absence of natural vegetation. To predict potential influence of amendments on contaminated soils and their capacity to immobilise HM bioavailable forms and improve soil health we provide data of structural characteristics with and without additional preparations evaluated by Fourier-transformed infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (FT-ICR-MS). Our data support the idea of high importance of organic amendment structural characteristics and link these characteristics with observed soil physical, chemical and ecotoxicological properties.

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