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.
The university studio of Radio SUSU participated in a social project of the StreetRadio broadcasting network, which can be heard on Chelyabinsk’s streets and covers practically the whole city.
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.
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.
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.
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”.
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.
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.
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.
Dear professors, employees, students and postgraduates of South Ural State University. The year of 2017 is almost over. Our University achieved a lot during these 12 months.
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.
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.
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.
The Laboratory of Composite Materials will open at South Ural State University on December 29th at 12:00.
The Laboratory of Composite Materials was organized and operating at South Ural State University since 2012. It appeared as a result of the reorganization of the “Composite Materials and Constructions” Research and Education Center. Now, the laboratory is part of Research and Development Institute “Mechanical Engineering” and its research has both theoretical and practical importance.
On December 22nd, the Contest Committee formed by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science summed up the results of the selection stage on choosing recipients of state support for centers of the National Technological Initiative for Universities and Scientific Organizations. Six research and development institute centers of excellence were chosen, four of which are at universities, and two – at scientific organizations.
Dear friends! Dear colleagues!
From the bottom of my heart I wish you a happy New Year 2018!
On the eve of this family holiday, we bid farewell to the expiring year and summarize its results. Annual accumulation of events and achievements is always unique, and we can assure: we have things to be proud of!
On December 23, the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, addressed the plenary session of the United Russia political party 17th Congress. The Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Olga Vasilyeva, took part in the congress.
During his speech at the congress, Vladimir Vladimirovich noted the necessity to establish a new employment market and a flexible modern system of vocational training.
On December 22, South Ural State University’s Power Engineering Faculty celebrated the 66th anniversary since its foundation day. On the same day, the Faculty celebrated a professional holiday – the Power Engineer’s Day.
An event on the occasion of two holidays at a time, the Power Engineer’s Day and the Faculty’s Birthday, was held at SUSU. Dean of the Power Engineering Faculty, Sergey Gandzha, delivered a welcoming speech.
“Music of Translation” contest, organized by the SUSU Department of International Relations and Regional Studies, wrapped up at SUSU. This year, the contest did not just include students from South Ural State University, but also from Chelyabinsk State University, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, N.A. Dobrolyubov State Linguistic University of Nizhny Novgorod, V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, and Ural Federal University named after the First President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin.
Joint work of South Ural State University and JSC SDB “Turbina” (a special design bureau, the only one in Russia and the nearabroad to be designing small gas-turbine engines and multifunctional gas-turbine power units) resulted in engineering of a line-up of 10 to 100 kW natural gas turbines in our country.
The scientists from South Ural State University are developing and manufacturing innovative educational and laboratory equipment, as well as software using 3D technologies. Using virtual educational equipment means that it is less expensive and more efficient to train top-ranked specialists.
A fourth-year student Anastasia Sohina and a first-year postgraduate student Ivan Kholodilin, the representatives of the Polytechnic Institute’s Department of Electric Drive and Industrial Automation returned with a victory in the contest of engineering projects which took place on December 7-8 within t
The park will be arranged on a 50-hectares area of the territory between Moldavskaya, Zakharenko, Beivelya and Kharisa Yusupova Streets. The concept will be based on the project by the SUSU students, which was chosen by the jury within the frameworks of a contest. A 30-meter observation tower with spirally ascending stairs will be the main attraction of the eco-park. The project is planned to be fulfilled next year already.
Starting from 2015 a system of elite education is being implemented at SUSU. This system is intended for those students who think about their future careers, and are willing to make efforts and spend their time to form basis for their future already now.