YuSU students became winners of the International Conference

For the second time, the team of YuSU Lean Laboratory presented the university at the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Production Systems of the Future: experience in implementing Lean and environmental solutions". As a result of the conference, our students were awarded a diploma of the II degree. The winners were 4th year students of the Higher School of Digital Economics Ilya Maron, Kirill Yamzin and a student of the Higher School of Ecology Ulyana Fedoseeva. The scientific supervisor of the students was associate professor of the Center for Educational Engineering - Tatyana Grosheva.

Students of the YuSU took part in the session "Lean Technologies: Answers to new challenges" with a report in which they analyzed the degree of development of lean production in Russia and the USA. As the authors note, the work is part of a series of articles on the analysis of the labor market with the demanded competence of lean production.

"Since increasing labor productivity is a prerogative for Russia, besides, the national project "Labor Productivity" was recently extended, it is important to evaluate and understand at what level of formation lean production is in our country," - Ilya Maron said.

In the analysis, the students used the experience of the USA, which made it possible to identify four main stages through which lean technologies passed. After that, the innovators began to study the experience of Russia and concluded that our country also goes through the same levels: discrete production, process production, the service sector and the public sector. "Here we have approached the middle of this path, being at the second stage," - the students noted.

The II International Conference "Production Systems of the Future: experience in implementing Lean and environmental solutions" was held in an online format based on the T. F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University. The event, devoted to the Decade of Science and Technology in the Russian Federation, brought together more than 200 people from 18 regions of Russia, as well as scientists from the Republic of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. 12 doctors of sciences, 43 candidates of sciences, more than 140 students, undergraduates and postgraduates, scientific and pedagogical laborers, attended the conference.

"We managed to get a lot of new and interesting ideas for ourselves, get acquainted with different views on lean production issues, which you can read about in our future scientific papers," - our students said.


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