SUSU Welcomes Volunteers of the Russia-Kazakhstan Interregional Cooperation Forum


On October 2, 2017 a meeting of the volunteers of the Russia-Kazakhstan Interregional Cooperation Forum will take place at South Ural State University.

The volunteers will be helping during the events of the Forum between the two countries. For several days they will be working with the conference participants and guests at the Press Center, at the guests’ accreditation site, and at the logistics office. The volunteers will organize the recreation activities of the guests, will accompany them at the hotels and at walks around the city.

“In 20 Years, the Internet Will Absorb the Majority of Areas of Human Activity” – About the Development of IT Technologies


September 30th has been announced as the Birthday of Runet. The Russian internet appeared relatively recently (the end of the 80s and the beginning of the 90s of the 20th century) and by development speeds is not lagging behind the international web at all. According to research conducted by the company W3Techs in 2016, Russian became the 2nd most popular language on the internet, after English (53.6%). Today, the internet plays such a colossal role in the life of society that its absence would be a catastrophe.

The Exhibition “Sustainable Tourism – a Tool for the Region’s Development” Finished at SUSU


This week, the exhibition “Sustainable tourism – a tool for the region’s development” for the first time took place at South Ural State University, on the ground of the Department of Tourism and Socio-Cultural Service of the SUSU Institute of Sport, Tourism and Service and the exhibition center of Nationalities and Technology of the South Urals.

Clinical Psychologists from SUSU Deliver Lectures in a Bulgarian University


On June 24-25th, Anna Shtrakhova, Associate Professor of the Department of Clinical Psychology at the SUSU School of Medical Biology, delivered a series of public lectures on “Mental State and Body – Clinical and Counseling Aspects” at Varna Free University "Chernorizets Hrabar".

Intermediate Results of the MARUEEB Erasmus+ Project are Drawn Up


On September 18, 2017 at the Resource Center of the International Campus of Peter the Great Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University, a conference within the international project Erasmus+ took place. Events of the MARUEEB project were held at the Polytechnic University from 18th till 21th of September and included organization meetings, sessions, lectures and introductory excursions to laboratories.

Creation of a New Class of Carbon Materials – the Ambitious Goal of SUSU Researchers


The creation of new materials is one of the most important scientific thoughts and one of the main areas of work for SUSU researchers. The combination of carbon, which everyone knows, into new, never before seen forms, is what Dmiriy Zherebtsov, Candidate of Chemical Sciences, Senior Researcher of the Department of Materials Science and Physical Chemistry of Materials of the Faculty of Materials Science and Metallurgical Technologies, engineer of the Nanotechnologies Research and Education Center at SUSU, is working on.

The SUSU Center for Sociocultural Adaptation Introduces Students to Russian Culture


On September 24, SUSU students from Sri-Lanka, China, Iraq, Venezuela, Columbia and Indonesia along with volunteers of the Center for Sociocultural Adaptation visited the premiere of Paquita ballet in the Opera and Ballet Theatre named after M.I. Glinka.

SUSU Students Construct New Race Cars


It’s no secret that the Student Constructors’ Bureau at South Ural State University has been for years constructing race cars which the engineers will present as projects or display them at Russian contests in the future.

Due to the innovative idea of Maksim Nazarov, who works on blueprints for the new vehicles, this year young students constructed an absolutely new race car with which they participated in the Formula Student contest.

The exhibition “Sustainable tourism – a tool for the region’s development” has opened


On September 25, 2017 on the ground of the Department of Tourism and Socio-Cultural Service of the SUSU Institute of Sport, Tourism and Service and the exhibition center of Nationalities and Technology of the South Urals started the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the World Tourism Day.

Lectures by Professor Radu Prodan held at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Professor of the University of Innsbruck, Radu Prodan, visited South Ural State University from September 18th through 21st. The professor held lectures on the topic “Modeling and optimizations of applications using distributed calculation systems”, where he presented his scientific interests.

SUSU Invites to the Final Show of the Contest “Student Miss and Mister of Russia 2017”


The final show of the all-Russian intellectual, creative and sports contest “Student Miss and Mister of Russia 2017” will be held in Chelyabinsk on September 22-27. South Ural State University acts as one of the organizers. The contest has been held annually starting from 2007, and it involves more than 70 regions of Russia.

A SUSU Professor Translated a Film by an English Director


Graphic Means documentary on pre-computer-age desktop publishing and design has for the first time been released in Seattle this April. But it drew the attention of a SUSU Professor Pavel Pisklakov a year before at a preview in Warsaw. Already back then he was eager to make this film available for Russian audience. Though, Pavel did not have any significant experience in translation before beginning his work on Graphic Means.


“To Set the Audience Hearts on Fire,” an Interview with the Chelyabinsk Participants of Contest “Student Miss and Mister of Russia”


The final show of the XI All-Russian Intellectual, Creative and Sports Contest “Student Miss and Mister of Russia 2017” will be held in Chelyabinsk on September 22-27. Shortly before the preliminaries we asked the participants representing SUSU, Vlad Novikov, and UralGUFK (Ural State University of Physical Education), Anna Evseeva, to share their emotions, their thoughts on the rivalry level, as well as their expectations of the finals.

Digital Technology Development Discussed at SUSU


A research-to-practice conference dedicated to modern digital technology in Industry 4.0 as known as “the fourth industrial revolution” was held at SUSU.

The fourth industrial revolution is mass adoption of cyber physical systems (an integration of computation resources into physical processes) into production. It is foretold that changes will affect different spheres of life: policy, labor market, technology processes, etc.

SUSU Matriculation Ceremony


On September 27 at 22:00 sharp, an annual event will take place at “Megapolis” Recreation and Entertainment Complex for all those who have just entered SUSU or are already students of our University — “LibraryLab” Matriculation Ceremony.

The Electronics of the Future will Become Much Smaller and Lighter: SUSU Researchers Discover a Unique Method to do This


The more global a goal, the more important the result. South Ural State University researchers have set a very difficult goal for themselves – create new crystal forms of carbon with a high amount of nitrogen. In the age of the rapid development of nanotechnologies of Industry 4.0, the use of such materials in electrochemistry and electronics will allow humanity to significantly improve the components of electronic devices.

SUSU Welcomed the 2018 FIFA World Cup Trophy


On September 19, the FIFA 2018 World Cup Trophy was displayed at South Ural State University.

The Cup of the FIFA World Football Championship is the major prize awarded to winners of the world championship, but which stays in ownership of FIFA. The six-kilogram trophy is made of pure gold. But the right to touch it only belongs to leaders of countries and winners of the football tournament.

At SUSU, the first one to see the Cup and take a memorable photo was Rector of South Ural State University Alexander Shestakov.

SUSU Scientists are Working on a Project for Saving Ecosystem of the South Ural’s Mining Zone


Historically, mining and processing industries at the South Ural have a great influence on people’s lives and on nature. Discovery of many pyrite deposits in the 20th century resulted in intensive development of the region’s non-ferrous metal industry, which negatively influenced the environment. Scientists today are facing an important task: researching and estimating the level of technological impact in order to help solving pressing ecological problems.

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