Scientists of South Ural State University (the participant university of Project 5-100) created a unique-for-Russia mechatronic apparatus. The new device will become an irreplaceable assistant in rehabilitation of patients with joint implants, or help a person with serious injury to start walking again.
South Ural State University, as a participant of Project 5-100, is focused on developing research studies integrating computer sciences and engineering, related to active implementation of the Internet of Things into industry, and aimed at responding to global challenges alongside the leading companies of the Ural region. For these purposes, Smart Industry strategic academic unit (SAU) was created in the university.
Programmer is one of the most in-demand professions at the modern stage of society development. Specialists in the sphere of programming, who got a degree at South Ural State University, build their careers in the world’s leading companies. Director of the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceGleb Radchenko told us about training of software developers at SUSU.
Igor Klebanov sees the world through a “mathematical microscope”. The SUSU scientist creates caricatures in a form of equations. Creative approach helps finding unexpected solutions and obtaining beautiful results.
South Ural State University will offer its students qualitatively new level of obtaining higher professional education. Starting from September 2018, one of our country’s leading universities will implement project-based learning, both in Bachelor’s and Master’s groups of elite training.
At South Ural State University, much attention is paid to broadening the horizons of international partnership and the promotion of the Russian language and culture among foreign citizens. One of the most important divisions at the university which works on this task is the Pushkin Institute center.
One of the most promising fields of development for South Ural State University is the active implementation of project-based education in the academic process. In the near future, this practice will appear in each of the university’s faculties. A vivid example of project-based education of the work of the SUSU School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is its partnership with the company Samsung Electronics. In April 2018, SUSU’s application won a contest for the fulfillment of the program IoT Academy Samsung at the SUSU SEECS.