Irina Valerievna Chepurina, postgraduate pupil and senior lecturer of the Division of German Philology and Scandinavian Research, turned the winner of the worldwide competitors “Knowledgeable within the discipline of tradition – 2021”, which was held in Kazan on February 26.
The competitors was organized by the “Society for Science and Creativity” with the assist of the Kazan Federal College in an effort to determine the most effective analysis works within the discipline of tradition, artwork and associated sciences.
To enter the competitors, contributors had been required to submit an article targeted on protection of sensible analysis. Unconventional authorial pondering and a brand new take a look at the event of acquainted scientific paradigms had been welcomed and inspired. 57 works had been submitted for the competitors, every of which was checked for plagiarism. Because of the competitors, the winners had been introduced in three nominations: “Inventive Method of the Yr”, “Inventive Scientific Justification”, “Inventive Scientific Answer”.
Irina Valerievna Chepurina obtained a diploma for the first place within the nomination “Inventive Method of the Yr”, presenting her work on the subject “The Artwork of Glass Bead Recreation (based mostly on the novel” Glass Bead Recreation “by G. Hesse). The creator of the examine made an try to comprehend the good thought of Hesse – a glass bead recreation that synthesizes all of the cultural and scientific wealth of mankind. Experimentally recreating the thought of play as an empirical phenomenon, the researcher proposed to compose a recreation within the language of typical indicators. The main theme of the get together was the overall philosophical query “to be or to not be” by W. Shakespeare in literature, which was developed in physics (motion and relaxation or vacuum), in music (based mostly on the musical play “4’33” by J. Cage) and in biology (birdsong),
The employees of the division congratulates Irina Valerievna on the victory and needs new brilliant concepts and scientific achievements!