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NSU Scientist Edits Published Collection of German Medieval Manuscripts

NSU scientist Valentin Portnykh, Head of the NSU Humanitarian Institute’s Laboratory of the History of the Ancient World and the Middle Ages, was editor of a catalog of valuable medieval manuscripts from German collections.  

Novosibirsk Scientists Develop AI Brain Tumor Diagnosis Technology

The international Brain Tumor Segmentation (BraTS) Challenge - 2020 competition honored the work of a multidisciplinary team of Novosibirsk scientists. The team included researchers from the NSU Mechanics and Mathematics Department “Stream Data Analytics and Machine Learning Laboratory” (SDAMLL), Physicians at the Federal Center for Neurosurgery, and the Head of the Research Institute of Clinical and Experimental Lymphology, a branch of the Institute of Cytology and Genetics SB RAS.   

NSU in Top 100 of QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021

The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021 was just published.  Novosibirsk State University was ranked in 18 subjects in four academic spheres.  

Information for foreign students

 As per May, 17 the residents of following countries are allowed to enter Russia: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cuba, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, Germany,Greece, India, Japan, Kazakhstan (all means of transportation), Republic of Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Qatar, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Syria, Tajikistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam.

NSU Researcher Recognized as Among Most Highly Cited Scientists

This year, SvetlanaSchneider won the Research Excellence Award Russia - 2021 recognizing her as one of the most highly cited scientists. 

NSU Scientist Creates Coronavirus Detector

Scientists at the Institute of Automation and Electrometry SB RAS, together with ScientificCoin, developed a method for operative diagnostics of the human organism.  They created the Healthmonitor gas analyzer that can determine the presence of coronavirus infection in the body with an accuracy of 85%.

NSU Scientists Help Identify Origins of Livestock in Central Asia

NSU and Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS scientists were in an international team that demonstrated domesticated animals were introduced to Central Asia 4,000 years earlier than previously believed. Their work was published in the journal “Nature: Human Behavior”.


NSU Researchers Develop Method to Reduce Cancer Cell Resistance to Chemotherapy

Scientists at NSU’s Natural Sciences Department Protein Engineering Laboratory developed a software pipeline that predicts the effects of mutations on proteins responsible for cancer cell resistance to chemotherapy. Their results are published in the prestigious international “Journal of Biological Chemistry”.

NSU team achieved competitive results at Quantum Machine Learning Hackathon QHack

Master students from Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence MMF NSU master program took part in Quantum Machine Learning Hackathon and got prized place.

NSU Honored for Contribution to Research in the Russian Federation

The Russian Research Institute of Economics, Politics, and Law in Science and Technology (RIEPL) honored Novosibirsk State University, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, and St. Petersburg State University with the Research Excellence Award Russia – 2021. 

NSU Launches Russian Version of Johns Hopkins University Coursera COVID-19 Contact Tracing Course

Johns Hopkins University, one of the leading universities in the world and home to a major coronavirus research center, developed a COVID-19 Contact Tracing online course. The Course provides an understanding of how to stop the spread of coronavirus. The English-language version is very popular on Coursera with over a million participants in just a few months. In response to the high demand, the University looked for partners in different countries to translate the Course ​​and adapt it to reflect local conditions. Novosibirsk State University was chosen to be the Russian partner.

NSU Scientists and University Sophomore Co-author Article on Chinese Postman Problem

NSU scientists Rene van Bevern, Head of the Algorithmics Laboratory at the NSU Mechanics and Mathematics Department(MMD) and Oksana Tsidulko, Junior Researcher at the Laboratory, and Vsevolod Afanasyev, MMD sophomore co-authored an article published in “Operations Research Letters” that is part of Q2 on Scopus. The article explores hierarchical Chinese Postman Problems. These Problems require finding the shortest path along the edges of a graph in which the edges are divided into classes and there are precedent constraints between the classes such as an edge can be traversed only when all edges in the classes preceding this class are traversed.

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