From July 18th-21st, 2017, in Zhukovsky, and held with the support of Moscow International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2017, NUST MISIS presented 30 scientific-technological developments for the aerospace industry, including a new type of combined power sources for launching aviation technologies under conditions of the Extreme North. On July 19th, NUST MISIS scientists held a roundtable dedicated to electricity storage for aerodrome equipment and aerial vehicles.
Azamat Tavitov, a NUST MISIS graduate student, has developed a prototype of a facial recognition system developed on the basis of neural networks. The development’s precision can reach
NUST MISIS scientists have developed a universal protective filter against ultraviolet radiation by modifying zinc oxide nanoparticles. The filter is especially versatile, capableof being used both in the polymer industry and cosmetology.
The results of Russia`s first national ranking “The Three Missions of Universities” were announced this Tuesday. This summer, the first 20 universities were presented without specific positions.
NUST MISIS FabLab Master`s Degree Students Present Installation Created Under Direction of Professor Giuseppe Fallacara, Maestro of Architectural Design
At the NUST MISIS FabLab, graduates of Russia`s first Master`s Degree program “Materials & Technologies of Digital Production” have presented their results of the #MANTACANOPY project, which was implemented under the leadership of Professor Giuseppe Fallacara, a maestro of architectural design from the Polytechnic of Bari (Italy).
NUST MISIS scientists have developed a production technology of “self-healing” asphalt-concrete materials for road surfaces.
NUST MISIS and Vnesheconombank (VEB) will launch a Center of Competencies for New Materials and Breakthrough Technologies with a primary focus on blockchain, convergent (NBICS), and quantum technologies. The accumulation of knowledge about innovative technologies, the development of platforms for use in government organizations, and the training and popularization of those fields will be the Center`s main goals. This is the world`s first center with a combination of such competencies, and the main consumer of its services will likely be Russian state-owned companies and authorities.
Artur Ishteev and Andrey Turutin, both NUST MISIS PhD students, have become winners of the competition for Scholarships from the President of the Russian Federation for Training Abroad.
Arkady Dvorkovich: “NUST MISIS’s Prototyping Center — is a Step Forward in Advancing to a World-Class Level”
Arkady Dvorkovich, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, recently opened the NUST MISIS Center for Industrial Prototyping of High Complexity. During his opening ceremony speech, the Deputy Prime Minister noted that the Center is at a global level in its expertise.
NUST MISIS Scientists to Develop New Therapy Method Based on Magnetic Nanoparticles with Unique Shape
A group of scientists from NUST MISIS, Lomonosov Moscow State University, and the Medical Nanotechnology Company led by Dr. Alexander Majouga have started preclinical trials of Russia`s first technology for oncological therapy on the basis of iron oxide nanomedicines, combining the capabilities of hyperthermia and chemical therapy.
For the first time, NUST MISIS has entered the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities by Subject for 2017. The University is listed in the group of
For the first time, the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs and the Nanosertifika have conducted a certification exam at NUST MISIS — 20 graduates of the University have received specialist certificates for testing nanoindustry products.
NUST MISIS Scientists Participate in the Development of “The Encyclopedia of Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis”
The Elsevier publishing house published a fundamental work which brings together all the latest knowledge about one of the most promising technologies of the 21st century — “The Encyclopedia of Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis”.
NUST MISIS plans to launch a laboratory to implement projects for collaborations on LHCb and SHiP experiments. Its employees will work on the implementation of four major projects — two of them through LHCb collaboration and the other two through SHiP collaboration. The department will be led by CERN project managers.