For the first time in two years, the international student festival «Interweek» was conducted in its full seven day format.
SESC NSU 8th and 11th grade students, Nikita Sharov and Olesya Karpenko, won bronze medals as part of the 33rd International Tournament of Young Physicists (O-IYPT 2020) Russian national team.
The Competition is for women in science who are under the age of 35 and working in Russian scientific institutes and universities in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, or biology. Winners receive a 500,000 rubles scholarship.
Abdulrahman Al-Mohammed from Iraq came to Moscow as a representative of Novosibirsk branch of the Association to develop his leadership potential and strengthen educational, scientific, and cultural cooperation between NSU and other Russian higher educational institutions.
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.
Teachers of the NSU Confucius Institute prepared lectures for visitors on the Chinese New Year and Spring Festival traditions, conducted discussion on the Olympics, and presented artistic performances together with the students.
Mathematics made presentations on how to escape justice, walk from a nightclub to a dorm, and what programs a cat can write. Vsevolod Afanasyev, a third-year NSU MMD student, became the first Filkin Medal Award laureate with a presentation on how to optimize the spread of gossip
NSU Mechanics and Mathematics Department Freshmen, Mikhail Tyutulnikov and Konstantin Nosorev, have developed an application that will automate the registration of student classroom attendance. Using a mobile device with an NFC module, the application is connected to student ID cards. The teacher installs the application that will respond to the touch of the student ID and send a list of those present to the teacher’s personal account on a website.
By the agreement between the NSU’s V. Zelman Institute for Medicine and Psychology (ZIMP) and the Siberian Register of Bone Marrow Donors, any resident in the Novosibirsk Region can donate biomaterial and become a potential bone marrow donor.
Mikhail Fedoruk wishes you interesting challenges and new goals in the coming year.
Novosibirsk State University’s academic year begins as usual on September 1. Classes will be conducted in person in compliance with all safety rules for preventing the transmission of coronavirus.