The Horizon 2100 International Youth Competition '19 is a science fiction and science fiction competition in which young people aged 16 to 26 from any country, nationality, ethnic group and people present their vision of the future at the turn of 2100, which was held for the first time in 2019.
The choice of the 2100 horizon was not accidental. Young people, being the main generator of change, themselves represent the foreseeable future and it is they who will have to shape the subsequent scenarios of its development. And the level of implementation of certain scenarios for the development of this future - the future of economies and societies of countries and civilizations - depends on how it perceives the future, optimistically or pessimistically, to what extent and for how long this perception remains.
In order to successfully implement the Project, the Organizing Committee, the International Jury of the Competition, the Expert Council and the project organizing group were formed.
CHAIRMAN OF THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE OF THE PROJECT
OSOKINA IRINA LVOVNA
Russia, the author-developer of the Project. candidate of sociological sciences, chairman of the Council of the Center for Modeling the Future, deputy of the Moscow City Duma of the 2nd convocation.
INTERNATIONAL JURY OF THE COMPETITION. CO-CHAIRS:
SIDELNIKOV YURI VALENTINOVICH
Russia, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Chief Researcher at the Institute for Management Problems. V.A. Trapeznikov of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor of the Moscow Aviation Institute - National Research University, First Vice President of the International Academy for Future Studies.
Italy, doctor of social sciences, prof. University of Trieste, founder of the International University Institute for European Studies (IUIES), co-founder of the International Academy for Future Studies, Ch. editor of the magazine FUTURIBILI.
Lebanon, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, Doctor of Philosophy, Laureate of the International Prize. EAT. Primakov for the book "Russian civilization: meaning and destiny", President of the Open University of the Dialogue of Civilizations.
South Africa, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Research Professor at the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment of the Tshwan University of Technology TUT.
Italy, poet and artist, essayist and playwright, director and set designer, culturologist and publisher, figure of Italian and Russian culture.
Brazil, Doctor of Economics, University Professor, Research Scientist, International Consultant, Founder and CEO of Carlos Nemer Consulting-CNC.
For the best scientific work - a scientific article, a study reflecting a 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 creative work - science fiction story, essay describing imaginary innovative and original ideas, fantastic events, phenomena of the future at the turn of 2100, giving them a scientific explanation
The competition was held in the following core areas:
Methodological, methodological and informational support of forecasting
Biology, medicine, urban studies, space, nanotechnology, space
Business, economics, rural development and agro-industrial complex, transport and infrastructure
Ecology, circular economy, environment, energy and alternative energy sources
Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Technologies, AR / VR, Quantum Computing, Machine Learning, Cognitive Technologies
STATE, SOCIETY AND POLITICS
Society, Demography, Geopolitics, army, wars, international security, regional conflicts
The competition received 237 works from 19 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America and 79 cities and towns of the Russian Federation. Of the 237 works submitted to the competition, 190 works were accepted for consideration (plagiarism and off-topic works were excluded).
The finalists of the Competition in various areas were 65 works by young people from 13 countries, among them - Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Spain, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, USA, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine. A small analysis showed that the participants' preferences by topic were distributed as follows:
III PLACE: GERUS VICTORIA, KARAGANDA, KAZAKHSTAN, SCIENCE FICTION STORY "FUTURE TODAY", SEMENOVA MARGARITA: IRKUTSK, FANTASTIC STORY "STORY ABOUT DOLLS"
II PLACE: RYKUN ALEXANDER, UKHTA, KOMI REPUBLIC, SCIENCE FICTION STORY "HORIZON - 2100. FROM THE DIARY OF ALEX MANHATTAN JONES", SVETOCHOVSKA JULIA, PODLASKIE VOIVODESHIP, POLAND, SCIENCE FICTION STORY "THE FUTURE AT THE TURN".
1ST PLACE: IVAN OSIPOV, ELEKTROSTAL, SCIENCE FICTION STORY "WHAT IF THEY DECIDE FOR US?", ALEXEY MITYUREV, TAGANROG, ROSTOV REGION, SCIENCE FICTION ESSAY "DAWN OF A NEW ERA", VITALY SALNIKOV, KAZAN, REPUBLIC OF TATARSTAN, SCIENCE FICTION ESSAY "THERE IS NO FUTURE WITHOUT THE PAST."
III PLACE: DMITRY EROKHIN, VIENNA, AUSTRIA, SCIENTIFIC WORK "THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGIES OF THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UNTIL 2100"
II PLACE: VIOLETTA KUZNETSOVA, TULA, RESEARCH WORK "IMPROVEMENT OF AIRCRAFT AS A WAY OF IN-DEPTH SPACE EXPLORATION"
1ST PLACE: SEREDA KONSTANTIN, TVER, SCIENTIFIC WORK "SPACE COLONY MOONLIGHT"
III PLACE: OLEG ZHELYABIN-NEZHINSKY, UKRAINE, KIEV, SCIENCE FICTION STORY "FLIGHT OF THE DOUBLE-HEADED"
II PLACE: CAITLIN MEYER, USA / SHENYANG, LIAONING PROVINCE, CHINA, SCIENCE FICTION STORY "UNITED UNIVERSES" TIMUR MAHOMETOV, KYRGYZSTAN, BISHKEK, SCIENCE FICTION ESSAY "BEEHIVE"
1ST PLACE: INNA SADYKOVA, SOCHI, SCIENTIFIC WORK “PROBLEMS OF GEOECOLOGICAL ZONING OF THE RECREATIONAL ENVIRONMENT. SOCHI-CITY-FARMING 2100 ", DENIS KONEVTSOV, ARMAVIR, KRASNODAR TERRITORY, SCIENCE FICTION WORK" A NEW SPECIES FROM "HOMO SAPIENS" TO "HOMO SPATIUM"
GEOGRAPHY OF ALL JURY MEMBERS, EXPERTS, PROJECT TEAM AND PARTICIPANTS - 34 COUNTRIES
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Using the grant of the President of the Russian Federation for the development of civil society provided by the Presidential Grants Foundation.