On September 24th during the regular visit of the students from the transport faculty of the TU Dresden in Omsk, OSTU held a conventional international 10th workshop “Current issues in transport industry”. It was started with an introductory speech of the candidate of technical sciences, associate professor of the chair “Electric railway power supply” Valeriy Viktorovich Tomilov.
At the international workshop “Current issues in transport industry”
The first student to present his presentation on the topic of “Dresden and our University” was Alexander Schulz. The workshop was continued by a Mongolian student from OSTU, Boldbayar Myagmarsuren, who presented his paper, titled “Mongolian railways”.
Boldbayar Myagmarsuren performs his presentation
Next one in line to give his paper was Malte Worat. His presentation was titled “Student Association “Verkehrte Welt” and it was met with a lot of interest from the other workshop participants.
Saidov Doston, a master degree student, studying at OSTU within the framework of a cooperation agreement with the Tashkent Railway Engineering Institute, delivered a presentation about his alma-mater and ended it with a video about TREI.
A student from TU Dresden, Cedric Alexandros Kekes gave a presentation, titled “Analysis of transport problems in Dresden”, which concluded the first part of the workshop.
Participants of the international workshop “Current issues in transport industry” — 2019
Chinese participants of the international workshop
After a short break, during which the participants were invited for a group photo, the workshop continued. The first speech to continue the event was the presentation by a master degree Chinese student from OSTU – Liu Xin “China High Speed Railway On Fast Track”. A post-graduate student from OSTU Utepbergenova Sandugash showed a presentation on the topic of “Improving the performance of pantographs of electric rolling stock”. The workshop was concluded with a Marvin Maier’ presentation “Studying at TU Dresden as a foreign student”.
All of the presentations were made and shown digitally and were presented with multimedia support, such as colorful illustrations and some of them with videos. The working language of this workshop was English. All of the reporters have shown an excellent skill in English language, therefore the presentations themselves, as well as the questions and answers for them were not translated. The workshop program turned out to be diverse, rich and interesting.