On November 16th the SUSU’s Center of Computer Engineering organized a training workshop on numerical modeling and computing the components of motor trucks’ driving axels for the design and manufacturing engineers of KAMAZ Group of Companies in Naberezhnye Chelny.
Freshman student of South Ural State University’s Institute of Natural Sciences Anastasia Fedosova developed a technology for disposing brass and etching solution wastes. Her invention has already been patented and implemented at the enterprise.
Today, high-technology solutions allowing to upgrade production processes are in especially high demand. South Ural State University has something to offer for the existing demand. A valveless pump designed by the SUSU scientists is known for its high reliability, as well as for a smaller degree of damage that it might inflict on transmitted materials due to the absence of moving elements in its flow part. This innovation may find application in food, medical and nuclear industries.
A joint project realized in collaboration with the Perm Engines UEC is nearing its completion. The project started in August and is dedicated to developing a method of choosing optimal geometric parameters which ensure longevity of combustion chamber casing of an aircraft gas-turbine engine. And this means that flights of Russian aviation will become safer.
It is fashionable today to have a start-up. But a good idea is not enough for the viability of a start-up! Even the most well-thought-out innovative project needs consistent funding. The majority of young people who work on finding unique, innovative solutions don’t have time and energy to also search for investors. This is where the university helps. Within the 5-100 Project which has been in force at SUSU for a couple years now, young researchers, postgraduates, and students gain financing for realization of the most unexpected and ambitious ideas.
On October 25 of 2017, in the conference hall of South Ural State University’s Sigma academic building, the annual information day was held in three languages: Arabic, Chinese and English. The event was organizedspecially for international students and postgraduates of visa countries. The meeting was held by Head of the International Affairs Division Olga Yaroshenko.
The Laboratory of Experimental Mechanics, which today is a part of the Public Research Institute for Test Mechanical Engineering, was established in South Ural State University in 2013. The laboratory helps SUSU scientists to solve scientific and research problems, and also conducts complex tests for industrial enterprises of the Chelyabinsk region and Russia.
Every year more and more students from different countries around the world choose South Ural State University for their higher education studies. Today over 2,000 students from 37 countries from around the globe are studying at SUSU in various specialties and fields. And in a little while new foreign students will come to study at our University. To help our foreign students adapt to life in Russia and studying in a Russian university, a Center for Sociocultural Adaptation was established at SUSU in 2016.
What is “Smart factory”? What does restrain active implementation of innovations at industrial enterprises? What innovative areas are most viable? Which qualities one should possess to create a business of the future, convince potential customers in its promising outlook, obtain financial support, and get included in the TechNet projects record of the NTI?
For more than 25 years, research and development in powder metallurgy has been completed with success at the Department of Machines and Processes of Plastic Metal working of the SUSU Polytechnic Institute. Today, the Resource Center of Special Metallurgy serves as a space for completing research, headed by Marina Samodurova, associate professor, candidate of technical sciences.
The goal of the Scientific Perspective contest is supporting scientific research of SUSU postgraduates, targeted at solving strategy problems of the university’s development within the Project 5-100. Among winners of 2017 is a postgraduate student of the Institute of Natural SciencesKsenia Osheko. The main objective of her research is development of synthesis method of a preparation used for treatment of oncology diseases.
In the course of the third day of working of the South Ural State University’s delegation at the 29th annual conference of the European Association for International Education (EAIE ConferenceandExhibition 2017) in a Spanish city of Seville several productive meetings were held between the supervisor of the SUSU delegation, Rector Alexander Shestakov and the representatives of the diplomatic corps of the leading foreign institutions of higher education.
Computers of the newest generation are in demand around the world.
Chelyabinsk is one of the leaders in the level of information technology development in Russia. The leader in implementing supercomputer technologies in the Urals and Siberian region is South Ural State University. A Center for Supercomputer Modeling, which is used for solving educational, scientific and industrial problems of not only our country but also international customers, has been created.
The 29th annual conference of the European Association for International Education (EAIE Conference and Exhibition 2017) started in Seville (Spain). This is a major event in the field of higher education in Europe, and South Ural State University will take part in it as a member of the Russian delegation. 19 Russian institutions of higher education – participants of Project 5-100 – are presenting Russian school of higher education abroad at a joint nation-wide pavilion in the format of Study in Russia.
Are you studying at university for yet another year, and understand that you need something more than just academics? Do you feel that you have potential? Are you full of ideas and ready to develop your project or research area? Do you want to share your discoveries with the whole world and advance your ideas in your area of science, but so far only a lack of funds is stopping you?
A postgraduate student from “Automobile Transport” Department of the SUSU Polytechnic Institute, Anton Andreev has developed a “smart” thermobox for accumulators. The topic of his research work is “Development of the System of Maintaining of Optimum Operation Conditions for Energy Accumulators Working in Severe Climates”.