Congratulations to the BMSTU team for coming third in the team ratings of the Samara English Olympiad for engineering students!
The team are:
Taras Malishchuk (3rd year SM student)
Ekaterina Poluektova (3rd year IU student)
Stanislav Ivanov (1st year L4 student)
Congratulations to Ekaterina Poluektova for coming second in the individual ratings!
Dear staff of L3 department and students of the SM, E, MT, and RK faculties,
A section of the 'Student Science Spring' conference, commemorating 170 years since the birth of N.E. Zhukovsky,
will be held at our department on April 14, 2017 at 12:00 in room 212L.
The sci-tech conference for master students held by the L-3 (English Language)
Department will be held April 7 at 12:00 in room 403L.
Distance learning is aimed at the development of Russian as a foreign language at the elementary level of common language skills (A1).
Training period - no less than seven months, starting from 6 class hours per week (2hours- 3 times per week, or 3 hours –twice a week).
If students have a "zero proficiency" of the Russian language, start testing is not carried out.
Bauman Moscow State Technical University host the International conference GRAVITATION, COSMOLOGY AND CONTINUUM MECHANICS, dedicated to the centenary of Kirill Petrovich Staniukovich on March 3-4, 2016. Kirill Petrovich Stanyukovich made a significant contribution to the development of various fields of science: gas dynamics, physics of explosion, magnetic hydrodynamics, astronomy.
November 25, 2016 Bauman University host a scientific seminar on the theory of knots.
It will take place in Conference Hall (Moscow, Rubtsovskaya nab., 2/18).
16:10 - 17:40 Professor of RAS Vasily O. Manturov will read a lecture on "Modern trends in the theory of knots."
18:00 - 19:30 Professor Louis Hirsch Kauffman (University of Illinois at Chicago) will give a Skype talk entitled «Introduction to Knots, Knotoids and Detecting the UnKnot».
Was born November 15, 1936 in the town of Berdyansk (Dnipropetrovsk region, Ukrainian SSR - now the Zaporozhye region, Ukraine). Russian scientist in Physics, Member of Russian Academy of Science, Professor.
The laboratory is specializing in theoretical and experimental study into establishing the gravitational wave source and receiver. We develop new methods for registration of gravitational radiation and perform mathematical modeling of multiple-beam Fabry-Perot, Mach-Zehnder, Michelson interferometers with mirrors on free weights.
The major areas of research include gravitation and cosmology, relativistic electrodynamics, multiple-beam interferometry, spectroscopy, nanotechnology, cryogenic and vacuum technology.
Gravitational Wave Research Laboratory carries out theoretical and experimental research in several departments of the University (at Physics Department, at Photonics Center, at Center for Nanotechnology, at Space Center Bauman University).
The laboratory has centered on theoretical and experimental study of non-linear processes of interaction between electromagnetic radiation and moving media and its connection to the reason, which gives rise to anisotropy of relict microwave radiation. The connection can appear in some experiments of optics of moving media which can change orientation in 3D space.
Investigation results in the field of moving media electrodynamics are presented. The results are connected with problems of interferometric detection of gravitational waves, first attempts of optical detection of anisotropy for space-time continuum and up to the idea of creating a time machine in the anisotropic space.
The laboratory is the organizer of the International Meeting «Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory»
Website lab: http://www.space-lab.ru
The Remote Sensing Laboratory was established in 1981. The main focus of its work was the research in the field of receiving microwave images for various objects on a background of the surface with the help of mm wave radiometers.
Some years ago the laboratory began a series of studies on applying a subsurface radar in recording the images of objects located at the shallow depth in building constructions and other opaque media. As a result of the research, the method of continuous wave multi-frequency sensing for the condensed medium was developed.
On the basis of the developed method we designed a holographic subsurface radar RASCAN and put it into production. It is intended for sensing the building designs with high resolution. A group of the laboratory researchers, who developed the RASCAN radar, are Russian Federation Government prizewinners in the field of science and technology. The RASCAN radar has found its place in the market of Russia and abroad.
Website lab: www.rslab.ru/english/