In 2019 the International final of the Championship took on a truly grandiose scale – 10 teams from 9 countries of the world will converge on one platform: Russia, Brazil, the Philippines, the DPR, China, Jamaica, Hungary, Guinea and Kazakhstan. All participants are in absolutely equal conditions, the teams were simultaneously sent a case with a task and given a certain time to solve it.
The Russian national teams “Russia-1” and “Russia-2” throughout the month in every possible way replenish intellectual reserves in the field of metallurgical technologies and digitalization of production. Under the guidance of experienced mentors they overcome all the difficulties encountered on the way, and move confidently towards victory.
The Brazilian national team is one of the most numerous and active in social networks – the guys have gone headlong into the process of solving the case and are doing it day and night. This is not the first time the Brazilians have taken part in the championship, perhaps this time they have prepared much better and will come already to win.
The national team representing the Philippines also does not lag behind their Brazilian colleagues and actively uploads the entire laborious process of solving the case to social networks and their experienced mentors help them with pleasure and accepted the invitation to become honored guests and experts of the championship.
The team from the Donetsk People’s Republic impressed everyone with their dedication and serious attitude to work. But the guys were never alone – they are preparing for the International Final under the strict guidance of their mentor who controls the process of solving the case and guides the team in the right direction.
The Chinese team turned out to be a team of real harsh metallurgists, consisting of 6 guys and 1 girl who are preparing hard for the finals and are determined to take the champion title to their country.
The team which will represent their home country Jamaica at the International Final has been living in Russia for some time and is studying at the Siberian Federal University. The guys are sure that life in one of the most metallurgical cities in Russia will surely help them on their way to victory.
The Hungarian national team is the smallest in terms of the number of participants, but the guys representing their country are determined and ready to prove to everyone that the main thing is not quantity, but quality.
The national team of Kazakhstan also does not lag behind the rivals and as far as possible the participants are immersed in the solution of the case, and this is helped by their unique mentor Berik Beisenovich who took part in the Russian final as an expert and now will become part of the expert commission already at the International final.
All participants are expected not only to defend their decisions before an expert commission consisting of representatives of the metallurgical community of different countries, but also excursions to various metallurgical enterprises of the Krasnoyarsk Territory, as well as the opportunity to participate in the International Congress “Non-Ferrous Metals and Minerals-2019”.