April 30, 2021, was the II All-Ukrainian student scientific-practical conference ” Theory and practice of modern science through the eyes of young people who are already becoming traditional. The meeting was held online, which was previously set quarantine restrictions associated with the spread of the viral disease Covid-19. The conference was initiated by the Department of Agrology and Supply Chain Management of the Faculty of Technological Systems and Logistics.
The conference was opened by the rector of the Kharkiv Petro Vasylenko National Technical University of Agriculture Nanka Alexander Vladimirovich. In his welcoming speech to the participants, he noted the exceptional role of creative youth in determining the trajectory of science. He stressed the urgency of creating communication platforms for students in the form of conferences. He expressed hope for the fruitful work of the conference participants, a constructive discussion on production, and solving current problems. Alexander Vladimirovich wished real good health and other benefits.
The event was attended by over 100 participants, represented by the cities of Kharkiv, Zhytomyr, Kropyvnytskyi, Vovchansky. The list of attendees included representatives of higher and special higher educational institutions, namely: Kharkiv Petro Vasylenko National Technical School of Agriculture, Polissya National University, Kharkiv National University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Zhytomyr Agrotechnical College, Vovchansky Vocational College of Kharkiv NDU named after Василенко.
The work of the conference covered the following areas:
1. Agrologistics and supply chain management.
3. Transport technologies and logistics.
4. Social and behavioral science.
5. Woodworking technologies and forest complex systems.
The conference provided an opportunity for active talented young people to test their strengths in research and presentation of their achievements. It is worth noting the high theoretical and practical level of work, which offers additional painstaking work of supervisors. Inspiring care for students, each issue provoked a lively discussion and a desire to develop the scientific direction of work.
Thank you very much to the participants and guests of the conference!
Head of the Department, Ph.D. Professor T. Larina