On the Way to Industry 4.0: Wireless Sensor with High Sensitivity Created at SUSU

Rapid development of science and technology will lead to absolute automation of manufacture in the future. Nevertheless, any mechanism can break, and one of the main objectives of science is to be able to prevent it. The wireless sensor created by scientists of South Ural State University performs diagnostics of executive mechanisms. Data obtained from the sensor allow determining the nature of possible failure with high accuracy and timely eliminate defect.

SUSU Takes Part in International Project of European Journalism Training Association

The European Journalism Training Association (EJTA) (with South Ural State University being its institutional member since June of 2016) started fulfilling a large-scale international research project “Roles, values, and qualifications of journalists in the 21st century. How do teachers of journalism see the future of the profession in the transition period”.

SUSU Volunteers Do Active Social Work

The year 2018 has been declared the year of the volunteers. A plan for promoting volunteer work has been approved. These decisions will enable the development of volunteer work and help strengthen the dialog between bodies of power and activists. This kind of dialog exists between the city’s social organizations and the SUSU student volunteers.

SUSU Basketball Players Opened a Series of Home Games

On January 13, the first home game of the Chelbasket basketball team consisting of students of South Ural State University was held at the Palace of Pioneers and Schoolchildren named after Nadezhda Krupskaya.

In interregional basketball competitions of group A, the Chelbasket basketball team from Chelyabinsk competed for the win against the Staryi Sobol (Old Sable) team from Nizhniy Tagil.

SUSU Students Will Take Part in a Contest for Obtaining a Degree in Hungary

Tempus Public Foundation announces the opening of a new contest for Russian students for obtaining a degree in Hungary within the Stipendium Hungaricum program in order to study in Hungary (academic mobility for 1-2 semesters). Education is performed in both English and Hungarian languages.

Participants of the program will be provided with free education in one of Hungarian universities, monthly scholarship of 130 euro, free living in a dormitory and medical insurance.

Forum “Step into the Future – Sozvezdie NTTM” Closes at SUSU

The 25th Chelyabinsk City and Regional Intellectual Youth Forum “Step into the Future – Sozvezdie NTTM” (“Step into the Future – Contest the Constellation of Scientific and Technical Creativity of Youth”) held under “Step into the Future…” South Ural Intellectual and Social Program for Youth and School Pupils is now closing. During this academic year about 7 thousand school pupils were among the Forum contests’ participants.

The Chelbasket basketball team of SUSU invites to visit first games of the year

The first home game of the Chelbasket basketball team of SUSU is to take place today in Chelyabinsk under the aegis of the Russian Basketball Federation. The South Ural’s athletes will compete for the win against the Nizhniy Tagil team.

The game will feature a special guest, an actor and trainee of the Chelyabinsk school of basketball, Aleksandr Ryapolov who starred in the Dvizhenie vverkh (Going Vertical) movie as a player of the USSR national team, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov. The program includes an autograph-session, contests and prizes.

Contest Announced on Supporting SUSU Employees, Postgraduates and Students Participating in Scientific Events

The contest aims at improving of SUSU’s recognition in the international scientific community by means of building collaboration with the world’s leading universities under the criteria of entering the QS subject ranking.

The contest tasks imply increasing the number of collaborations between the SUSU employees, including young scientists, and the world’s top scientists, and also boosting publishing activity and increasing the number of citations of publications by the University employees.

Eco-friendly Building Material is Being Developed at SUSU

Each epoch has an impact on urban architecture. Changes affect not only external appearance of buildings but also their component elements. The most topical today is the question about producing innovative building materials complying with characteristics of reliability, environmental compatibility, speed and simplicity of their manufacture.

Clean construction within a short time

New Recognition of the SUSU School of Clinical Psychology

By Decree No.1099 of the Minister of Health of the Russian Federation, Veronika Skvortsova, as of December 27, 2017, the Head of the Department of Clinical Psychology of the SUSU School of Medical Biology Mikhail Berebin was named the Head External Expert for the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation in the Ural Federal District.

SUSU Rector Accepting Suggestions from Students

The traditional submission of suggestions to the Rector has begun at South Ural State University. These suggestions come from students, and include the issues that they believe are important to solve to improve life at the University. The most current and important requests and students’ most cherished dreams will be realized by the Rector on Tatiana Day.

Health and Energy

South Ural State University researchers are working on solving global issues of science and technology, and their developments, without any exaggeration, could become breakthroughs for all of humanity. Maria Aleksandrovna Grishina, Doctor of Sciences (Chemistry), head researcher of the Computer Simulation of Medications laboratory of the SUSU School of Medical Biology.

SUSU Scientist Improves Magnets for ‘Green’ Electric Motors

Magnets have been known to humanity since long ago. In Ancient Greece the ability of some rocks to draw chunks of iron had already been discovered. Contemporary scientists found out that not only materials on the base of iron (ferrites) possess magnetic properties. Nowadays among the most powerful magnets are samarium-cobalt (or samarium) magnets. Their principal feature is high temperature resistance and preserving of their initial magnetization intensity at temperatures up to 350°С.

International Students of SUSU Became Finalists of All-Russia Contest


The SUSU Association of International Students became a finalist of All-Russia contest for best organization of student self-governing bodies’activity. They won in the nomination category of “The best system of working with foreign students and international student cooperation”.

SUSU Students Became the World Champions in College Hockey

The World Cup of College Hockey finished in Slovakia. Three largest teams of student ice hockey leagues of the USA, Europe and Russia took part in the international tournament.

Four SUSU students got included in the national team of Russia: Nikita Vasilyev, Adil Kuchukov, Georgiy Yulskiy and Maksim Antoshkin. Head coach was Artem Pletnev, the mentor of the Polytechnik ice hockey team of South Ural State University.

SUSU Professor First Russian Six-time Winner of Super-cyclist Title

Senior Professor at the SUSU Department of Electronic Computing Machines Sergey Syaskov became the first Russian athlete awarded the title of a super-cyclist for the sixth time within the period of two years. Moreover, he won over 80 medals in marathons held according to the rules of the French international cycling club ACP (Audax Club Parisien – “Parisian Club of the Audacious”), and was awarded with a Certificate of Appreciation by the Minister of Education and Science for the Chelyabinsk Region.

SUSU scientist researches properties of materials for space industry

Development of new highly efficient equipment in power engineering, metallurgy, space, military and some other branches of industry is connected with the problem of exploitation of materials on the edge of their capabilities. In other words, under conditions of increased temperature and significant plastic deformations. Understanding of physical regularities and constructing authentic mathematical models of material deformation in such conditions is a quite difficult but accomplishable task for scientists who study properties of heat-resistant alloys.

“Big Family Holiday” — Venezuela-style Christmas

Over 2,000 foreign students are studying at South Ural State University. New Year in Russia is a new and unusual experience for them. We asked our foreign students to tell us how people celebrate New Year in their native countries. A student from the SUSU Institute of Linguistics and International Communication Flores Betancourt Gilbert Armando shares how they celebrate Christmas in Venezuela.

SUSU Celebrates New Year: Results of the Happy New Year Video Contest are Summarized

A Happy New Year corporate video contest in which schools and institutes of our university participated took place at South Ural State University.

Over December, students and teaching staff worked over a special contest task – to shoot creative New Year greetings video which would express the holiday atmosphere and corporate spirit of the SUSU schools and institutes.

“Snezhitsa” Project by a SUSU Small Innovative Enterprise Opens in Chelyabinsk

A unique project by a SUSU small innovative enterprise opened in Chelyabinsk. Snezhitsa is a complex where by means of the augmented reality technologies snow can be transformed into the Earth surface with lakes and mountains, volcanoes and valleys, into an ocean full of fish, a treasure trove, or surface of the mysterious Mars.

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