Since 2013 Andrey Loshak works at "Rain" TV channel, where he previously produced plotting for Leonid Parfenov’s the authors broadcast.
The theme for this year’s TEDx Moscow was chosen to encourage a discussion about the impact of prejudices and preconceptions on our life.
As usual, this event will bring not only intellectual pleasure for listeners but also a collection of amazing ideas worth spreading. Which ones are, on the contrary, absolutely scientific? "Ideas worth spreading", the constant motto and driving force of TED, are becoming the object of study themselves.
In 2006 this studio merged with Reframing Studio, which he co-owns with his business partner Matthijs van Dijk. Ilya was born in Moscow in 1986, studied advanced Mathematics, Informatics, and Physics in high school.
In 2009, he graduated with honors from the Department of Information Security, Faculty of Informatics and Control Systems at the Bauman Moscow State Technical University.
A lofty list of false assertions, outdated theories and not confirmed assumptions - isn't this an exciting topic for a conference? Over the past few years, we have often heard change agents tell us where to expect growth and innovators have described the technologies of the future. Since its first event, TEDx Moscow has been looking for answers to the question of where our ideas of the world come from and how opinions are formed. In the past - a regular author of the series of TV transmissions "Profession: Reporter" on Russia's NTV channel.
We have heard such talks so often that a question comes to mind: how do we decide which ideas are worth spreading? In 2010 he became the winner of "Rain Man" prize, for “the actualization of protest against Nazism in modern society” awarded by “Silver rain” radio station.
They were widely published and won prestigious international awards.
In 1991 he founded his own studio dedicated to developing products for professional users: industrial design with Maurits de Koning.
Author of popular resources on child health and vaccination.
Expert at "Live Now', a charity that supports patients with ALS (amyothrophic lateral sclerosis) and their families.
In 2014 worked as a research assistant in Neuroeconomics Center for Cognitive Studies of HSE.