Scientists from South Ural State University held a seminar on geoinformatics at the University of Guantanamo (Cuba). After this seminar the representatives Russia and Cuba will discuss the possibility of creating a geoinformation observatory.
“Creation of a geoinformation observatory will allow Cuba and Russia to continue collaboration in the field of geoinformatics,” reports Berenice Servantes, Director of the Russian-Iberoamerican International Center of RSSU.
On Sunday, February 18th, Dance Festival of Student Teams was held at SUSU. Over 200 members from 20 teams demonstrated their dancing skills.
This year the festival’s slogan was “Be a Feeling Team Member!”. The best teams from the Chelyabinsk, Tomsk and Voronezh regions performed under three categories: “Street Dance”, “Contemporary Dance” and “Folk Dance”.
On March 3, a conference entitled “Day of Open Data in Chelyabinsk” will be held as part of the International Day of Open Data. The organizers of this conference include the Government of the Chelyabinsk region, Technology Park of Informational Technologies, and ITSM OOO.
The goal of this conference is to spread the ideology of open data, increase the technological culture of young people, and encourage the development of big data processing technologies.
Students and staff of South Ural State University are welcome to participate.
On February 28 through March 1, preliminary round of the Metal Cup—2018 international championship of technological strategy in metallurgy is to be held in Chelyabinsk on the grounds of South Ural State University.
The Championship is the possibility to demonstrate in practice the whole set of professional skills and personal characteristics and abilities. Students and postgraduates of South Ural State University at the age of 16 to 30 are welcome to participate.
Russian women's team won "bronze" the Olympic games-2018 in the ski relay 45 km. SUSU student Anna Nechayevskaya is a member of Russian team.
The gold went to the team of Norway – they were able to overcome the distance in 51 minutes, 24.3 seconds. The Russians are lagging behind the winners by 43.3 seconds. Silver medals were won skier of the national team of Sweden.
On February 17th a try-out round of the International Festival of Creativity “Together” will be held at South Ural State University.
For several years now SUSU has been organizing a big-scale creativity festival being held in the Chelyabinsk Region and attracting participants from abroad. Both children from 5 years old and adults of up to 45 years old may become the contest participants.
On February 12th, a meeting was held at the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation on the issues of educating individuals with disabilities. The meeting was held by the Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, T.Yu. Sinyugina.
The Chelyabinsk meteor entered the Earth’s atmosphere on February 15, 2013. It exploded at the height of twenty five kilometers above Chelyabinsk, and the shock wave brought significant damage to the city. Many fragments of the meteor landed across a wide area of the Chelyabinsk Region. South Ural State University researchers gathered meteor dust, the study of which lead to some surprising discoveries.
Guests of the event will attend 3 interesting lectures. During the Lektoriy, speakers will talk about what draws people’s attention when they see an advertisement; how residents of different countries react on it; why do we need and where is already used heat-resistant concrete based on aluminosilicate spheres – the invention of one of our speakers; and what does Archaeology of the Invisible study, and what did people of the Bronze Age have for food.
Most part of the knowledge being the basis of inorganic chemistry was obtained quite a while ago. Today intensive development of science and industry requires new materials with special properties. One of the promising fields of research is organic compounds of antimony, which have long been attracting attention of scientists by their useful properties.
In September of 2017, South Ural State University, one of the largest and the most well-known universities of Russia, launched a new international education program of double master’s degree study in the specialty of “ Electrical Power Engineering and Electrical Engineering” (specialization in “Complex use of renewable sources of energy”).
Extreme overworking, fear of not being able to manage a task, fear of making mistakes – these are just a few factors that can lead to chronic stress at work. Researchers at South Ural State University believe that these factors need special attention to increase the effectiveness of one’s professional activities.