TGT’s 11th Student Mathematical Modelling and Information Technologies (SMIT) conference will be held on 25-26 April at our Technology Centre, Kazan.
SMIT provides top engineering students with the opportunity to engage with leading industry experts. The conference mainly focuses on ‘best practice’ for modelling physical processes and the implementation of new mathematical signal processing techniques used in the oil and gas sector plus other industries.
University students register their interest by submitting an abstract on www.smit-conference.com.
Abstracts are reviewed by a panel of academic society representatives and industry professionals. At the conference each participant is invited to deliver their 15-minute presentation. The best work is published in peer-reviewed scientific journals which is recognised by the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles. Additionally, the winner is offered a paid internship at TGT Oilfield Services to put their knowledge into practice.
"We are an innovative company, constantly striving to advance our well flow and well integrity services. Attracting, developing and retaining top talent is critical to our culture and future”, comments Maksim Gladkiy, Deputy Managing Director, TGT Oilfield Services Technology Centre.
“Together with our partners, our goal is to help young talented students to be discovered, and provide a platform for them to launch their careers”, adds Maksim. “SMIT provides an excellent opportunity for participants to share experiences and ideas; and to be reviewed by experts in an real-life industrial application.” adds Maksim.
Deadline for submissions: 1 April, 2019