A group of NUST MISIS scientists led by Professor Anvar Zakhidov has revealed a cutting edge development, creating a thin-filmed photoelectric cell based on hybrid metal-organic compounds called perovskites.
“Virtual Polygon”, the international project designed to create virtual resources capable of testing unmanned vehicle techniques, has been initiated on the foundation of NUST MISIS’s Robotics Center and under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. The project has involved such leading Russian universities as NUST MISIS, MIPT, and Innopolis Special Economic Zone (SEZ). “Virtual Polygon” is led by Cognitive Technologies.
NUST MISIS scientists in conjunction with scientists from Ufa State Aviation Technical University (USATU) developed innovative stationary blades for aircraft engines. These blades will be used in civil aviation to improve operational characteristics of engines, reduce total aircraft weight and lower fuel consumption.