MCU student wins international research competition

Maxim Buryanov, a third-year student at the MCU’s Institute of Law and Management, has earned first place in the International Emerging Researcher Scientific and Artistic Work Contest “Science and Art: Dialogue and Development.” The contest is dedicated to World Day for Cultural Diversity.

Maxim has presented the research “Human Digital Rights as a Condition of Russia and Other EAEU Countries’ Efficient Involvement in Industry 4.0 Digitalization.” The paper competed in the “Law Features of EAEU Activity” category.

The competition aims at creating conditions for emerging researchers’ socialization and self-actualization and involving youth in international cooperation and Greater Eurasia unification in research and educational, social and economic, and sociocultural spheres.

The works’ research nature, relevance, novelty, practical and theoretical significance, literacy, consistency, creativeness as well as the author’s contribution, were assessed.

The contest was organized by the University under the IPA of EurAsEC, Vitebsk State Technological University, Belarus, and other partnering universities and research institutions.