On April 25th at South Ural State University the contest “Scientific Potential – 2017” will begin. The contest is aimed at offering financial assistance to post-graduate students to help them complete their scientific projects and increase the publication activity of the University’s young researchers. Upon completion of their projects, the post-graduates must publish articles in the world’s leading journals.
Applications are being accepted in the following areas of scientific knowledge:
On April 24th a Rock, Paper, Scissors championship was held on the square in front of SUSU. The Student Council of the SUSU Higher School of Electronics and Computer Sciences organized the event. This event was held for the first time and a limited number of people participated – 16 people.
“We were holding the event as a sort of test to entertain students,” says competition organizer, Andrey Puschev.
The Immortal Regiment movement, unprecedented in its size, will be held on the 72nd anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War. It has become a popular pat of the Victory Parade and has brought together more than 12 million people in its ranks.
The final day of the “KSTATI. Coordinate system” Science Festival (Friday, April 21st) will be remembered by Chelyabinsk residents for its unique events. Among them – a teleconference with CERN and the premier of the Science Drama project. The final event will be the popular science talk show “Examine down to the atoms”.
On April 17th at the Institute of Linguistics and International Communications a meeting was held between students and the director of the Confucius Institute, Ning Huaiying.
South Ural State University is known as a school who trains the strongest engineering specialists for good reason. Students of the second and third years of study create race cars for competition under the leadership of the team captain – master’s student Grigoriy Salimonenko.
On April 18th the opening of the “KSTATI. Coordinate System” Science Festival was held at the South Ural State University conference hall. It began with the popular science show, Superhero Trial, where Master Yoda, Wolverine, and Thor ended up on the defendant’s bench.
Graduate of School of Medical Biology, and nowadays a top-manager of the national water company Niagara Denis Baturin graduated from SUSU in 2003 in the specialty “Commodity Expert”. In an exclusive interview with our reporter, Denis Georgievich shared his recollections of the study years at the University, told us how the obtained knowledge help him building a successful career, and also provided some advice to the future graduates.
Since 10 years already, our University and the National Engineering School of Saint-Etienne (ENISE, France) have identified their common interest in the field of advanced manufacturing technologies. Six students of SUSU have done an academic year in the ENISE by participating in a Master in Science Program or in a doctoral studies program covering different modern technologies of direct manufacturing and surface engineering. Mutual visits of teaching stuff and researchers and lecturers of our institutions have become a regular practice for us.
The selection stage for the Electrical energy and metallurgy league of the V International Engineering Competition Case-In was held on April 19th at South Ural State University, in which student teams complete engineering case studies from materials of the industry’s leading companies and defend their ideas in front of an expert commission - all in 10 days.
On April 24th at the Sigma building, Alut Avurudu will be celebrated. Alut Avurudu is the National New Year in Sri Lankan (Ceylon) tradition.
Alut Avurudu is a family holiday. On this day, Sri Lankans located outside of their home country try to return home. SUSU students from this country decided to share the joy of this holiday with their teachers and university friends.
On April 19 and 20 South Ural State University is hosting Blood Donor Day, when everyone who volunteers can donate blood. The National Blood Donor Day is celebrated annually on April 20. On this day 185 years ago the first successful blood transfusion was performed in Russia. The procedure was performed by a young obstetrician from Saint Petersburg Andrey Wolf; the blood donor for a woman who lost a lot of blood while giving birth to a child had become her husband.
Master Class of a Russian TV journalist, media trainer, academician of the Eurasian Academy of Television and Radio, Vasily Korelskiy, was held at SUSU in the framework of the popular Science Festival KSTATI. The major question of the event was whether PR specialists and journalists are friends or foes. Students not only got the answer to this question, but also learned how science can be reflected in professions related to media sphere.
On May 4th on the square in front of the main SUSU building a dance flash mob, Victory Waltz, dedicated to the 72nd anniversary of the Great Victory, will be held for the third year in a row. The participants will work on waltz choreography and training with teachers from the danceclub GallaDance, which is the initiator and co-organizer of this flash mob.
This will be one of the largest events in the city for the Victory Day celebration.
This year more than 350 students participated in the Student Spring Festival. SUSU students earned 73 awards. The Deep Vision dance theater presented 6 pieces to the judges, and all of them received awards. The Crazy Family team also received 5 awards for 5 of their presented numbers. Students who participated in the Theatrical category earned awards in the spoken word, literature contest, and stand-up categories.
Unique development results of a young engineer and researcher from the Aircraft Department of SUSU Polytechnic Institute, Alexey Yerpalov, with the use of accurate calculations on resources can prolong service life of aircraft, automotive or railway vehicles.
On April 15th at South Ural State University applications will be accepted for a new competition. Young researchers without scientific titles up to age 30, candidates of science up to age 35, and doctors of science up to 40 will be able to receive 400 thousand rubles for the realization of the most ambitious and brave projects. If you are young, brave, and ambitious, this competition is for you!
Energy- and resource-preservation is one of the main directions of research in both modern science as a whole and at the University. It is also significant for the construction industry.
Candidate of technical sciences, assistant professor of the SUSU Institute of Architecture and Building's Department of Construction Manufacturing and Structural Theory Natalya Degtyaryova talked about this with us.
Traditionally, gold is a symbol of prosperity. It has been valued throughout the history of humankind. Gold is not just for pleasure; it is also a good investment, only if, of course, you’ve bought some real gold, not a fake.
How can you protect yourself from scammers and spot the fake? Natalia Popova, associate professor at the School of Medical Biology, SUSU, will share her knowledge on how to do that.
The XIV International Youth Festival of Marketing, Advertisement, and PR-communications, Green Apple, will be held April 18th through 21st at the Faculty of Marketing of the Higher School of Economics and Management.
The official opening festival will be April 18th at 14:00 in the SIGMA conference hall.
April 9-12, South Ural State University hosted the XV Russian contest between young scientists “A Step into the Future: Junior” organized by South Ural Center “A Step into the Future”.
Pupils of Year 2-7 from schools, gymnasiums, lyceums, and centers for continuing education from the whole country demonstrated their best achievements in different categories: technology and engineering, computer science and software, physics and world studies, chemistry and chemical technology, applied mathematics, biology, and linguistics.