South Ural State University comprises dozens of strongest scientific schools of natural sciences, humanities and engineering. Many of those were established early in the 21st century. One of the young and promising scientific fields is being developed by the Scientific School of System Programming of the SUSU School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science.
South Ural State University always responds to requests set before the region. At present among the most topical ones is the issue of the media ecological image of Chelyabinsk, which negatively affects the development of our region. To solve this problem, a complex project on the Ecology of Consciousness was elaborated by the SUSU Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, and was initiated and coordinated by the Department of Philosophy.
Scientists of South Ural State University took part in development of a shut-off and control ball valve.
At the end of 2018, a book entitled “The system of sport reserve training: age peculiarities of efficient adaptation and maintenance of teenagers’ health” was published. This is a result of joint efforts scientists from South Ural State University (National Research University), Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health, Tyumen State University and Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University.
The history of South Ural State University dates back 75 years. Over three quarters of a century, strong scientific schools in the spheres of natural sciences, engineering and humanities have formed here. One of the schools is the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities’ Scientific School called “Ancient History and Archaeology of Forest-Steppe and Steppe Eurasia”.
One of the key projects in the project-based learning offered by the Institute of Sport, Tourism and Service (ISTiS) is called Sustainable Development of Tourism in the Ural Region. Today the network of travel itineraries across South Ural is being expanded, and foreign specialists are being engaged by SUSU to the develop tourism in our region.
January 25th-27th, the SUSU School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science will hold the Global Game Jam, the largest international contest for the development of video games, for the 6th time. The participants of GGJ are given 48 hours to gather a team and create a game from scratch within the given topic – at the same time as more than 20 thousand programmers, artists, game designers, and game lovers from dozens of countries!
Today modern geoinformation systems allow to optimize work in the agricultural sector and many other industries. Thanks to work being performed by the Geoinformation Systems Research and Education Centre of South Ural State University, the Chelyabinsk Region is currently one of the leaders in digitalization of agricultural lands.
There are tons of fun things you can do in Chelyabinsk. Below, we’ve picked some exciting events the city has to offer this weekend. It’s time to get some tickets and make those freedom evenings count! Don’t forget to leave your comment about the events on Vk and Facebook.
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In cloud computing, there is still a pressing issue of data security. Scientists from the Laboratory of Problem-Oriented Cloud Computing at South Ural State University have developed an algorithm of improving information security, which allows to avoid providers’ conspiracy.
Russian scientific schools of roller operators, established within the 20th century, use two generalized approaches – the force balance method and the energy method, which have modifications in their structures. The founder of the Chelyabinsk scientific school of roller operators was Vladimir Vydrin (1920-1988), postgraduate student of one of the pioneers of the Ural scientific school of metallurgists, Professor at Ural Polytechnic Institute, Akim Golovin.
The ASRTU Symposium, in which administrative staff of SUSU participated, took place at South China University of Technology.
South Ural State University (SUSU) is situated on the intersection of the European and Asian parts of Russia, in the city of Chelyabinsk. Convenient location and good educational traditions have contributed to the fact that more than two thousand international students from 52 countries are studying at the university today, with about 400 thereof originating from CIS countries. Which academic programmes are most popular among students and postgraduates from Tajikistan? How the obtained knowledge helps build career in home country?
On behalf of the Russian Federation Ministry of Science and Higher Education please accept my greetings on the coming New Year 2019!
Dear academics, administrative staff, postgraduates, students, and graduates of South Ural State University!
My most sincere greetings to you on the new year of 2019!
The anniversary year filled with milestone events is over. We have honoured the 75th Anniversary of our university. The glorious history of the SUSU development was documented in a book titled South Ural State University (Golden Pages).
The annual pre-New-Year’s ceremonial reception was held at the Chelyabinsk City Administration, where along with professional athletes, who had become victors and prize-winners at the all-Russian and international competitions, four members of our Headquarters were awarded certificates and bonuses for their victory in the All-Russian Mini Football Competition among Student Labour Unions Teams.
The prizes from the Head of the Department for Sports of the Chelyabinsk City Administration Evgeny Ivanov were awarded to:
Holidays are finally coming! Russia celebrates New Year’s and Christmas like no other country, and Chelyabinsk is no exception. Enjoy the best activities the city has to offer during this magical period and spot Christmas trees and lights in every district. Make sure you keep an eye out for movies, concerts, and theatrical performances. Our guide is the perfect starting point for those planning their holidays in Chelyabinsk. Check out the best things to do in the city during January 1-8, 2019.
In China, South Ural State University (SUSU) created its own network of Centres in order to promote Russian language and enhance the quality of training of Chinese citizens before their study in Russia. As reported by the SUSU Press Service, a robot named Vanya is going to help students to learn “the great and mighty” Russian language.
In the congress centre of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation in Moscow a ceremony of the 6th International Award Distributed Power Generation - Great Achievements was held. Among the award laureates were scientists from SUSU.
The SUSU Pushkin Institute research, education, and coordination centre holds events for students from China aimed at promoting Russian and education in Russia. Students were very interested in this form of education.
For many years South Ural State University has been acting as the main venue for holding the final rounds of the Open International Student Internet Olympiads. Recently the next winners have been awarded at the university.
The final round was held in the form of an online testing. Students from Chelyabinsk normally participate in the final round held at SUSU. This year the humanities cycle has gathered students from South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk State University, and Chelyabinsk State Institute of Culture and Arts.
The first in Russia
Siberia has never hosted a sport event of such a scale. For Krasnoyarsk, hosting the universiade is an honour, a responsibility and a unique chance to show its siberian spirit and hospitality to the whole world.
We will deliver the games that the world has never seen. In the centre of Russia, participants and guests of the winter universiade 2019 will take part in an exciting festival of sport to discover such a far-away, mysterious siberia in its winter splendour.
Why do Russians love New Year’s? It might strike you as odd that Russia celebrates New Year for more than a week. The tradition of making New Year celebrations a big deal might be traced to the fact that during the Soviet period all religious holidays were banned and Russia was left only with New Year’s. Today the Russian New Year period is all about having fun with friends and family when people make the most delicious meals and watch ever-popular Soviet movies. What is so special about Russian winter holiday season? Read below!
LINGVA: review by programme graduate
Have you ever thought about what kind of companies become world leaders, and why they succeeded in being ones? The standard answer is that they are efficient, competitive, have a clear structure of their business processes and ensure high quality of their products/services. This answer is… wrong! All the above mentioned things don’t guarantee absolute strategic success.