Developments by SUSU Scientists Included in the New Project of ACHIEVEMENTS.RF

ACHIEVEMENTS.RF (ДОСТИЖЕНИЯ.РФ) big project has been launched in Russia. It is an all-Russian online information platform, where the achievements of modern Russia in different spheres are presented, and the Chelyabinsk Region is also included here.

The aim of the project is to tell about the achievements of our country in the 21st century, give everyone an opportunity to learn about the scientific, technological and cultural potential of our Motherland.

Today, the list of outstanding achievements has been extended by the project of Timofey Chmovzh, Candidate of Sciences (Chemistry), Senior Research Fellow of the SUSU Nanotechnology Research and Education Centre. This project is aimed at obtaining a substance which would make smartphone displays safe for vision, but no less effective. Materials made of the new substance are intended for the production of OLED light-emitting devices, which are used in lamps, smartphone displays and digital cameras. The work on the project is organised jointly with colleagues from N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

The third place as per the number of votes in the ranking of achievements of the Chelyabinsk Region was awarded to the Arctic bus project, developed under the leadership of the Director of the Mechanical Engineering Research Institute Ramil Zakirov. The bus is designed to be used in the Far North and in low temperature conditions (down to 50°C below zero). For emergencies, the transport is provided with a residential module; it is necessary for completely autonomous life support of passengers. The complex bus project is being implemented by SUSU scientists jointly with their colleagues from Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, and with production support from the Automobile Plant URAL, Miass.

Based on the voting results, the projects will be presented at the Russia EXPO which will be held upon instructions from the President of the Russian Federation at VDNH in November of 2023.

We invite you to take part in the project. Vote for the successes of our scientists so that the whole country learns about our scientific achievements!

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