Competition of scientific and creative works “Horizon-2100”

12.05.2020

Scientists, economists, financiers, programmers, writers, weather forecasters and just ordinary people — everyone is thinking about the future, near or far. However, young people are the main generator of change, represents the foreseeable future and they will have to form subsequent scenarios for the development of the country, civilization and the planet. In this regard, the Center for Modeling Future continues in 2020 the HORIZON 2100 Competition of scientific, scientific-practical, and science-fiction works.

Project working languages are Russian and English.

Priority objectives of the competition in 2020:

— Motivate minded youth from different countries with an active lifestyle to “turn on” their intelligence and:

Participants

Youth, pupils and students aged 16 to 26 years of age carrying out research and / or science fiction literary creativity in the subject area of the Competition are invited to participate in the Competition.

The competition is held in three categories:

Dates of the Competition and planned events:

Detailed conditions for participation in the Competition:

Terms of participation

Nominations and directions of the competition — 2020!

Basic concepts, terms and definitions

Recommendations for the design of Scientific and scientific-practical works

Recommendations for the design of Sci-fi works

Registration form (download)

Competition Regulation

International Expert Council and Jury

Partners and Organizers — 2020

Project team — 2020

For all questions of participation and cooperation in Russian, please contact: horizon2100@futurible.space

For all questions of participation and cooperation in English, please contact us by email — contest2100@futurible.space

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