Shevchenkivska vesna 2014, 25-28 March
International Scientific Conference of Students and Young Scientists
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   We are currently working to summarize all the materials from previous conferences.


   ShV ’09 is thought to be a rebirth of the traditional Shevchenkivska Vesna conference.

   The main idea we used to create ShV ’09 is to give to every participant a unique opportunity to meet new likeminded people, to communicate and to make friends. Briefly, at ShV ’09 we have tried and succeed to create an interesting and entertaining event for students who are into science. Apart from just scientific sections and lectures we have provided a rich social programme.

  Download ShV ’09 info letter

   Totally ShV ’09 hosted more than 150 participants; over 50 were from other cities and countries. The Conference lasted four days and had 7 disciplinary, 4 interdisciplinary sections and two satellite conferences on Economics and International Relations.

   Last year for the first time interdisciplinary sections were launched covering various synergies of modern life. These were: University in the XXI century, Challenges of the Contemporary World, Modern ABC of Natural Sciences, Integration of Social Sciences with Natural Sciences: “pro et contra”; followed by unpredictably hot discussions. To make staying comfortable during ShV ’09 meeting at arrival, transfer during the Conference, city tour on the first day, university tours during lecture breaks, guest and farewell parties were organised for participants.

   Please, take a look at the Conference Programme to get into more detail and to look at abstracts

  Download ShV ’09 programme

   You can also find detailed report about the conference and comments

   ShV ’09 Organising Committee: Mах Sіch (Chair), Nadiya Matviychyk, Oksana Bernyk, Svitlana Klymenko, Oleksandr Tereshchenko, Oleksandra Mul’kevych, Artem Morgun, Artem Bey, Victor Yakubchak, Stanislava Burhons’ka, Lyudmyla Ayvazyan, Maria Gryshchenko, Anastasia Klymenkova, Anton Muskeyev, Anastasia Donska, Volodymyr Kalinin, Oleksii Yakubin, Kateryna Filippovych.