Novosibirsk State University has strengthened its position, jumping to 433 place in the overall ranking of world universities by the media company U.S. News and World Report.
The book is based on the experience of the team of authors in the framework of broad international cooperation promoted by the European Commission FP6 and FP7 programs and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
November 1, registration opened for the Correspondence Stage of the VI International Medical Tournament. The International Medical Tournament is a team competition that invites medical students to assess complex clinical problems based on real cases. The Tournament consists of two rounds. During the preliminary round from November 1 to February 11, participants are given cases to assess at home. The final round takes place in Novosibirsk from April 19 to April 22, 2019. The competition also features two divisions: Russian-speaking and English-speaking leagues. Participants choose which language their team will compete in (Russian or English).
Novosibirsk State University has retained the title of one of the best universities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia in the regional rankings by the British company Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).
Elsevier, the largest scientific publishing house, established an award for the most quoted and published scientists in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Russia. The winners are identified using the Scopus scientific publication database.
Scientists at the NSU Physics Department Laboratory for Functional Materials created mono domain crystals of Potassium Titanyl Arsenate KTiOAsO4 (KTA). This was the first time scientists in Russia were able to achieve this. These nonlinear optical crystals are used to convert laser radiation in the visible mid infrared range in optical parametric oscillators (ODO). The ferroelectric properties and high homogeneity of the crystals made it possible to use them as the basis to create periodic structures that significantly increase the conversion efficiency of laser radiation in the spectral range up to 5 micrometers.