Конкурсы/Конкурс научных фотографий 2019/en
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«Shoot Science for Wikipedia» Scientific illustration! Help illustrating science-related Wikipedia articles with quality modern photography and media-files.
What to upload — 5 nominations![править]
Red weaver ants, by Basile Morin
Powerful Neodymium magnet levitating over Yttrium-Barium-Copper oxide superconductor cooled to liquid Nitrogen temperature, by Maxim Bilovitskiy
Lorenz system as a black hole, by German A. Chernykh & Irina A. Chernykh
1. Contest timeframe:[править]
- 1.1. From the 2nd of April through the 31st of May 2019 — uploading contest works.
- 1.2. From the 1st through the 15th of June 2019 — judging.
- 1.3. 15th of June 2019 — publishing contest results & informing the winners.
- 1.4. From the 15th of June through the 8th of July 2019 — delivering prizes to winners.
2. Contest participation conditions[править]
- 2.1 Contest participants are not limited by the number of works filed for the competition.
- 2.2 All works must be uploaded under free license. Acceptable types are CC-BY-SA 4.0, CC-BY 4.0, CC0 1.0, and others.
- 2.3 Contest participants are not discriminated by their citizenship.
- 2.4 Contest is open for both professional and amateur photographers.
- 2.5 By entering a work for the competition, the participants confirms having read, understood and accepted these conditions.
- Three winners in each of the five nominations will receive monetary prizes amounting to 10 000 rubles. Total prize fund amounts to 150 thousand rubles.
- Stanislav Kozlovsky — Ph.D. (Candidate of Sciences) in Psychology, docent of Lomonosov Moscow State University.
- Sergey Vladimirov — Ph.D. (Candidate of Sciences) in Physical & Mathematical Sciences, docent of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
- Dmitry Jukov — Russian Wikipedia administrator, free knowledge advocate.
- Anatoly Tsapenko — Ph.D. (Candidate of Sciences) in Mathematics, member of Wikimedia RU Non-Profit Partnership.
«Wikimedia RU» Non-Profit-Partnership — Non-Commercial Partnership for the Advancement of Encyclopedic Knowledge is a legally independent non-profit organization, established to support activities conducted within the territory of the Russian Federation related to development of free encyclopedic, educational and other information, reflecting knowledge accumulated by humanity. The leading project of the kind is a free internet-encyclopedia «Wikipedia», whose editions in the languages of Russia are one of the main aspects of «Wikimedia RU» activities.
«Наука» — Russia's 24/7 TV Channel about discoveries and achievements in the field of Science and Technology. «Nauka 2.0» TV Channel started broadcasting in test-mode on the 15th of February 2011, launching full scale cable and satellite broadcasts in Russia's networks on the 2nd of April 2011. Since November 2011 TV Channel has enlarged its coverage area to include Latvia. Live programs were initiated in December 2011, starting with Noble Prize awarding ceremony at Stockholm. In April 2016 «Nauka 2.0» TV Channel was renamed as «Nauka». Since March 2017 the channel is broadcasting in 16:9 wide-screen TV format with MTS.