NUST MISiS has confirmed its position as the leading scientific and educational center in the field of materials science in Russia. The international consulting company PricewaterhouseCoopers has announced such results on the NUST MISiS Supervisory Board meeting.
NUST MISiS hosted the meeting of Philip G. Altbach, member of the International Council under the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, with the university`s administration to discuss liberalization of higher education.
The first stage of putting a new metallurgical plant into operation was completed in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. The plant works on the basis of the innovative Russian Romelt technology developed by NUST MISiS scientists.
NUST MISiS under support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation held the II International Conference EdCrunch. The culmination of the conference was the launch of the National Online Education Platform developed by the Russian leading universities.
Through the application of quantum mechanical modelling calculated with the use of computational capability, the Laboratory for the Modeling and Development of New Materials (NUST MISiS) research team, led by visiting professor I. Abrikosov (Linkoeping University, Sweden), theoretically substantiated the results of a unique experiment conducted earlier by Bayreuth University (Germany) scientists on metallic osmium compression under the extreme pressure of more than 7.7 million atmospheres.
Educators, entrepreneurs, venture investors, education officials and other interested parties will discuss the Mass Open Online Courses (MOOC) and gamification, adaptive and blended learning, work with big data level, achievements and researches in the field of digital pedagogy.
NUST MISiS has made a major breakthrough in International Ranking of World Universities rising by 256 positions. Only four Russian Universities — participants of Project
NUST MISiS announces admission to the Master’s Degree Program “Materials & Technologies of Digital Production” for 2015/2016 academic year. It is Russia’s only master’s program in the field of digital manufacturing and new materials.
NUST MISiS allocates 120 million rubles to open two new laboratories within the Academic Excellence Program among Russian universities
July 13 2015, the III International Conference on Quantum Technologies was organized by the Russian Quantum Center in Moscow. One of the leading speakers and experts of the conference was Alexey Ustinov, Head of the Superconducting Metamaterials Laboratory at NUST MISiS, member of the Scientific Council of the Russian Quantum Center, Head of the Laboratory of Experimental Physics and Technology, University of Karlsruhe, Germany.
Every three years, on the basis of the data on citations of scientific papers, Thomson Reuters selects outstanding Australian researchers and their teams, who have made a significant contribution to one of the eleven areas of science, including in the fields of Engineering, Social Sciences, and Humanities.
NUST MISiS invites international students to the Russian language classes every Tuesday in June, auditorium B-1017, from 16.15 PM to 17.30 PM.
Scientists from leading universities and scientific centers actually created the first in Russia superconducting qubit necessary for the quantum computer creation. A group of researchers led by Alexey Ustinov (NUST МISIS, Russian Quantum Center), Oleg Astafiev (MIPT) and Valery Ryazanov (Institute of Solid State Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences) worked on this project. Alexey Ustinov shared his comments on this outstanding invention.
A team of scientists at NUST MISIS consisting of Alexey Afanasyev, Andrey Ignatov, Olga Krivolapova, Elena Tarasova, and Svetlana Schurenkova (TSNIITMASH), was recognized by the Russian Federation Government with an award in the field of science and technology for young scientists for the development of the metallurgical technology of fibrous magnetic materials for innovative fabrics to ensure comprehensive protection of humans from external influences.