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NUST MISIS — Winner of All-Russian Student Projects Competition

From November 21st to 23rd, 2018, “Studying is our Choice”, the all-Russian competition for student projects on improving the quality of education, was held in Izhevsk. The NUST MISIS “Open Rectorate” project took 2nd place in the “Best Project” nomination, and Gleb Uzunov, head of the NUST MISIS Student Council, took 1st place in the “Best Leader” nomination.

NUST MISIS Students Win Russian Language Internet-Olympiad

Two standout NUST MISIS students won the annual Open International Student Russian Language Internet-Olympiad. Angelina Chachina (3rd year Bachelor`s degree student at the NUST MISIS College of New Materials and Nanotechnologies) and Tatyana Karacheva (1st year Bachelor`s degree student at the NUST MISIS College of Basic Professional Studies) won bronze medals.

NUST MISIS and the Arkhangelsk Regional Government Sign Cooperation Agreement

On November 22nd, 2018, the representative office of the Arkhangelsk Oblast of the Russian Government held an extended meeting with the heads of leading universities in Moscow and representatives of Arkhangelsk`s largest industrial enterprises. Variants of cooperation between Moscow universities and Arkhangelsk regional enterprises were discussed at the meeting.

Aluminum Nitride to Extend Life of Solar Power Plants

NUST MISIS scientists together with their colleagues from the Central Metallurgical R&D Institute (Cairo, Egypt) have developed a composite material which will extend the life of solar towers — installations for collecting Solar thermal energy — from 2-3 to 5 years. The research article has been published in the Renewable Energy journal.

NUST MISIS — Gold Medalist at iENA-2018

NUST MISIS took part in iENA-2018, the 70th International “Ideas-Inventions-New Products” Trade Fair, held from November 1st to November 4th, 2018, in Nuremberg (Germany). iENA is one of the world`s oldest major exhibitions of inventions and innovations, demonstrating the latest achievements in the fields of science and technology, as well as contributing to the development of various areas of international cooperation.

NUST MISIS and NLMK Hold CUP MISIS CASE

The finale of the CUP MISIS CASE championship for school children and students, which attracted over 1500 participants from 60 universities and schools from 42 Russian regions, was recently held at NUST MISIS. Participants were given real business cases, provided by Novolipetsk Steel, the 2018 championship’s general partner, to solve. Teams from Moscow, Novotroitsk, Buguruslan, and Kolomna were named the championship’s winners.

Silicon Paradox: NUST MISIS Scientists Discover “Impossible” Material according to the Laws of Modern Chemistry

An international team of physicists and materials scientists from NUST MISIS, Bayerisches Geoinstitut (Germany), Linkoping University (Sweden), and the California Institute of Technology (U.S.) has discovered an “impossible” modification of silica-coesite-IV and coasite-V materials, which shouldn’t exist if modern laws of Chemistry are correct. Their structure is an exception to the generally accepted rules for the formation of chemical bonds in inorganic materials formulated by Linus Pauling, who won the 1954 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for that discovery. The research results were published in the international scientific journal Nature Communications on November 15th, 2018.

From Implants to Monitors: Magnetic Amorphous Metal Wires Point toward Imbedded Microthermometry

Materials scientists from NUST MISIS led by Professor Larisa Panina, Doctor of Physical & Mathematical Sciences, have demonstrated that microwires based on magnetic amorphous metals can be used for embedded temperature sensors. The impedance (complex resistance) of such materials is very sensitive to temperature fluctuations, and its behavior at different frequencies can significantly vary. The research paper has been published in the Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.

Making Cities Smart: NUST MISIS Hosts the “UrbanTech” Forum

On November 8th and 9th, 2018, NUST MISIS together with the Center for Competences on Urban Environment Issues, a part of the Russian Ministry of Construction, held the all-Russian “UrbanTech” forum. The event was held as part of the Intersec Forum Russia — an event dedicated to the development of the “Smart City” concept — building automatization and safety control in residential and office premises.

NUST MISIS Professor — Winner of the Scopus Awards Russia 2018

Professor Anvar Zakhidov from NUST MISIS is one of the most cited Russian scientists according to Scopus. The information & analytical company Elsevier, which specializes in science and medicine, announced the names of the most cited scientists according to Scopus’s abstracts and citations from the peer-reviewed scientific literature database. The list includes 19 Russian scientists.