Due to the threat of the spread of COVID-19, from September 1, 2020, NSU students are studying in a distance or mixed format. Foreign students outside the Russian Federation study remotely.
Mikhail Fedoruk wishes you interesting challenges and new goals in the coming year.
Novosibirsk State University is launching its new English language online Coursera course, “Basics of Thermodynamics”. It was developed in partnership with Omsk State Technical University. The Course focuses on the fundamentals of thermodynamics and provides essential knowledge for engineering, technical, and natural science students. It provides a basic understanding of thermal processing arrangements in nature and how power stations work. Participants also learn how to solve problems associated with thermal phenomena. You can register for the Course on Coursera and start learning now.
The Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) British agency rating of Emerging Europe and Central Asia universities (QS EECA) ranks 400 universities, 121 of them are in Russia. 2020 ratings were published on December 16 and Novosibirsk State University landed in the top five universities and third among Russian universities.
Novosibirsk State University is launching a new course, "Seismic Tomography: Look inside Earth".
An international group of scientists, including representatives of the Tampere University of Technology (Finland), University of Burgundy (France), Aston University (England), and NSU participated in a review of the potential for using machine learning methods in photon measurements and creating "smart" lasers in the future. An article presenting their work, “Machine Learning and Applications in Ultrafast Photonics”, was published in “Nature Photonics”, a prestigious international journal with an impact factor of 31.241.
Scientists from Novosibirsk State University published their research in the special issue of “Optics & Photonics News - Optics in 2020”. Their work may advance the study of platelet function in various physiological and pathological conditions and is of great importance for the diagnosis and control of cardiovascular diseases. The article presents an optical method for studying the dynamics of platelet activation. This helps study early activation, cell-to-cell signaling, and non-linear interactions of various biochemical pathways.