Nominations and Profile Directions of the Competition — 2020

Competition Nominations

The competition is held in three categories:

  • For the best scientific article, research, scientific-practical work, reflecting the scientific vision of the future of the planet and humanity at the turn of 2100 and the prospects for the development of its various scenarios;
  • For the best scientific, research, scientific-practical work or engineering start-up, aimed at overcoming the threats facing the world and / or building a sustainable future for humanity for the period up to 2045 (UN centenary year);
  • For the best creative work — a science fiction story describing imaginary innovative and original ideas, fantastic events, phenomena, processes and future prospects at the turn of the year 2100, giving them a scientific explanation.

The profile directions of the competition

  • Agrocomplex and rural development

Innovative agrocomplex, animal husbandry agriculture, means of production, natural factors, agricultural enterprise, agrarian policy, staff development and a new quality of their life.

  • Army, wars, international security, regional conflicts

Armed forces, information war, international security system, regional security, international relations, political conflicts, terrorism, drug trafficking, maritime piracy, illegal migration, globalization, cyber security, information security, cartographic war, civil defense, national security factors, territorial integrity, intervention , peacemaking, countering extremism, military equipment, frozen conflicts.

  • Business, economy

Economic theory, economics, regional economics, taxes, finance, insurance, entrepreneurship, statistics, economic aspects, foreign trade, business, government regulation, small and medium enterprises, international business, Competitive intelligence, business innovation, electronic business Investments, budget, taxes, national debt, reforms of the WTO, the fuel and energy sector of the Central Bank and banks.

  • Geopolitics

Geopolitical schools, geostrategic priorities, national interest, international contradictions, energy diplomacy, energy security, soft power, power factor, regionalism, geodemography, demographic dynamics, political geography.

  • Biology

Anatomy, biogeography, biotechnology, biophysics, biochemistry, botany, veterinary medicine, virology, genetics, animal husbandry, zoology, lichenology, medicine, mycology, microbiology, molecular biology, morphology, general biology, paleontology, selection, systematics, physiology, phytopathology, cytology, evolutionary theory, ecology, embryology, ethology.

  • Medicine

Preventive medicine, clinical medicine, pharmacology (pharmaceuticals), biomedical industries, selected areas of medicine, theoretical medicine, practical medicine, evidence-based medicine, health care.

  • Urban Studies

Infrastructure of the city, urban space, 3d-modeling of the space, self-developing system, the city of the future.

  • Artificial Intelligence and cognitive technologies

 Modeling of thinking, principles of building intelligent systems, business intelligence, adaptive learning systems, web generations, electronic government, production transformation, national digital strategies, biotechnology, cognitive informatics, expansion of artificial intelligence applications

  • Computers and Internet

Computer system, mathematical models, Storage of programs and data, number system, digital or analog, computers, programming. Internet of things, information perception, information society, information sphere, information wealth, information poverty, planetary networks, computer networks, information picture of the world.

  • Cosmos

Asteroid-comet hazard, extraterrestrial civilizations, cosmonautics, cosmoglobalics, global evolution, space exploration, strategic space, rocket science, cosmonautics, rocket and space industry, defense industry complex, cosmonautics problems.

  • Nanotechnology

The latest achievements, nanomedicine and chemical industry, nanotechnology industry, nanotechnology and society. Computational nanotechnologies, nanosystems modeling, space-time models, nanotechnology market.

  • Society

Social sciences in general, theory and practice of social development, philosophy, historical sciences, sociology, political science, social processes, the exchange of scientific information on current social research, the state and law, legal sciences, politics and political science; civil society; information society, social stratification structure of society.

  • Demographics

Socio-economic problems of population, family sociology, migration, ethnography, population geography, social hygiene, demographic policy.

  • Environment

State of local and global ecosystems, environmental problems, environmental factors, environmental protection, soil science, anthropogenic system, organizational and legal mechanism of environmental management, environmental protection, management in the field of environmental management and environmental protection, public environmental relations, environmental factors, impact production, space junk, resource development.

  • Energy and alternative energy sources

Renewable energy sources, traditional electric power industry, non-traditional energy sources, electric networks, energy saving, heat supply, energy fuel, energy systems, energy and diplomacy, energy and safety, development of alternative energy directions

  • Transport and infrastructure

The development of all types of transport and transport systems, road network, road safety, logistics systems, transport infrastructure, passenger traffic, information technology.

  • Interdisciplinary profile*

*On this profile, work is being taken in the context of solving the problems put on the UN agenda:

— geopolitical tensions, nuclear threats, wars, conflicts, confrontations, problems of the world economy, coronavirus, etc.);

— environment and climate change (climate change and its consequences, the rapid disappearance of biological diversity and waste);

— global distrust (distrust of political institutions; (distrust between generations; strata, cultures and religions);

— abuse of new technologies (dissemination of false information, oppression and exploitation of people, privacy violations);

— total inaction (people, enterprises and governments make millions of decisions that are ineffective or not implemented).