NUST MISIS and ChelPipe have signed a cooperation “roadmap” through which at least two high-tech projects related to pipe manufacturing will be implemented in 2018. The “Leadership program” is based on NUST MISIS’s master`s degree program and ChelPipe`s “Trainees program”.
The all-Russian conference devoted to the development of Russia`s marine robotics, organized by the All-Russian Movement for Support of the Navy together with naval, shipbuilding, scientific & research, education, entrepreneurial, governmental, industrial and other structures was recently held at NUST MISIS. The conference is held in the interests of transport shipping, domestic shipbuilding, the ship repairing industry, the Russian Navy, the marine border coast guard, river and fishing fleets, marine science, domestic boating, and yachting.
In September 2017, NUST MISIS and Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven) signed a cooperation agreement. Martin Hinoul, the Business Development Manager for the Knowledge Region of Leuven based at the HQ of K.U. Leuven Research and Development (the Technology Transfer cell), visited NUST MISIS as part of the partnership’s development.
Philip G. Altbach, a research professor and the founding director of the Center for International Higher Education at Boston College (USA), as well as a member of the Council of the Russian Government Program for Competitiveness Enhancement of Leading Russian Universities among Global Research and Education Centers (Project
On November 30th and December 1st, 2017, the diploma defense ceremonies for the new MBA program “Management of Industrial Enterprise”, developed by NUST MISIS specifically for the United Metallurgical Company (OMK), took place at NUST MISIS. 24 OMK line managers presented their final projects.
Scientists Overcame a Key Barrier for the Use of Two-Dimensional Materials in the Electronic Industry
An international team of scientists led by NUST MISIS and TU Dresden Professor Gotthard Seifert, one of the leading specialists in the field of two-dimensional materials, has solved a problem that has for almost half a century prevented the use of two-dimensional materials in microelectronics. The paper was published in ASC Nano journal.
A group of 1st year master`s degree students from the NUST MISIS College of Information Business Systems has suggested a solution to the problem of medication intake for those who have bronchiectasis. The suggestion is a special bracelet used to control the use of an inhaler and to monitor the patient`s condition. The prototype was presented as part of the IBM open student hackathon held through the support of Bayer.
The grand opening of NUST MISIS and Vnesheconombank’s Center of Blockchain Competencies, Russia`s first specialized expert center for the implementation of blockchain technologies in the field of public administration, recently took place in Moscow.
NUST MISIS’s project for “Large-size semi-translucent solar panels with the use of stable perovskite architectures”, led by Aldo Di Carlo, Professor of Optoelectronics and Nanoelectronics at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, has won in the sixth contest in the Megagrant Program.
NUST MISIS students have become winners and prize winners of the Open International Internet Olympiad for Russian language.
Ultra-Light Magnesium: NUST MISIS Innovative Technology to Provide Russian Aerospace with Ultra-Light Magnesium Parts
Materials scientists from NUST MISIS have come up with an effective and economical way to produce a durable and corrosion-resistant magnesium alloy for use in the automotive and aerospace industries.
Professor Georgy Krasnyansky, a Doctor of Economics, a scientific advisor at the NUST MISIS Interuniversity Center for Strategic Management and the Conjuncture of Commodity Markets, and an honored Russian economist, was awarded the Russian Federation Presidential Certificate of Honor for “Labour achievements, social activity, and many years of diligent work”.
The European Union and Russia have announced three new joint projects devoted to the fight against human immunodeficiency viruses, hepatitis, and triggers of tuberculosis as part of Horizon 2020, the largest EU research program. The program representatives spoke about their plans for