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The National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine (NMetAU) is one of the oldest institutions of higher education for metallurgical engineering. It was established in October, 1899 as a department of Katerinoslavsky Higher Mining School. In 1912, the department was transformed into a metallurgical faculty of Katerinoslavsky Mining Institute. In 1930, it acquired the status of an independent institution of higher education and obtained the name of Dnipropetrovsk Metallurgical Institute. In 1993, the higher status of State Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine was gained and fixed by the Resolution of Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and, in 1999, the status of the National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine was adopted by the Ukaz (Decree) of the President of Ukraine.
According to the results of scientific activity in 2019 the best young scientists are:
1st place - Lina Kieush, Assistant Professor, Department of Metallurgical Fuels and Refractories (Faculty of Metallurgy);
2nd place - Tetiana Sharabura, Associate Professor, Department of Industrial Power Engineering (Faculty of Computer Systems, Energy and Automation);
3rd place - Maria Rybalchenko, Head of the Department of Production Process Automation (Faculty of Computer Systems, Energy and Automation).
On December 18, 2019, the All-Ukrainian Conference of Young Scientists "Youth and Science. The Practice of Innovative Search", organized by the Institute of Integrated Learning NMetAU, was held. The conference was attended by (full-time, part-time) 242 people. from 25 educational institutions and scientific organizations of Ukraine. More than half of the participants (160 people) are students, young scientists and teachers of NMetAU. A collection of conference materials in the volume of 506 pages was prepared for publication, which included 148 publications (abstracts, articles), a significant part of which are the results of research by young scientists (masters and graduate students).
In the 2019/2020 academic year, Metal Expert Company (https://metalexpert.com) and the Metal Forming Department held a competition of business cases.
The competition was held on the basis of the Faculty of Materials Science and Metal Processing between November 26 and December 17, 2019.
Students selected one of the suggested topics, analyzed the situation at the metal market and prepared a presentation to protect their business case.