Arsenii Kisarev, our MT-7 postgraduate student, came second in the International on-line Olympiad in English as a foreign language for under- and postgraduate engineering students which was held at the Tomsk Polytechnic University.
took place April 7, 2017.
There were 7 participants giving presentations on their current research projects:
Anufrieva Ekaterina RK-9
Voronina Polina RK-6
Gorodetskii Mikhail SM-13
Zaitseva Anna E-9
Kozar Anastasiia RK-6
Lutsenko Anna RK-6
Sergeev Stepan E-4
We'd like to thank the participants for their fascinating reports.
Was born January 4, 1973, at Moscow (Russia).
D.Sc. Federal professor of mathematics at the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, and professor (part-time position) at the Mathematical Analysis department of the Saint-Petersburg State University. Member of the Moscow Mathematical Society and member of the Saint-Petersburg Mathematical Society.
In 2017 the Interuniversity scientific seminar on the qualitative theory of differential equations (Supervisers Prof. I.V. Astashova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Plekhanov Russian Economic University and Prof. A.V. Filinovskiy, Bauman Moscow State University, Lomonosov Moscow State University) celebrating its 15th anniversary. The seminar was organized at the Department of Mathematics at Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics (MESI) in 2002. The seminar leads annually the international conference "Qualitative theory of differential equations and applications" with detailed publication of the reports in the annual Proceedings of the conference. In the seminar participate actively the leading researchers in the field of the qualitative theory of differential equations and spectral analysis and young researchers, graduate and undergraduate students. The research team has numerous scientific contacts with various foreign universities. On the seminar are discussed problems of the qualitative theory of differential equations, spectral analysis and applications.
Usually, our seminar in Moscow takes part on Tuesday at 18:30 or 16:45 Moscow time and on Friday, 15:00 Moscow time.
If you would like to attend to our seminar, we can invite you by skype. Please send us an e-mail and let us add your contact and invite you to seminar in time.
Was born on March 23, 1933 in Moscow.
He is a Russian scientist majoring in the field of thermomechanics of materials and heat-stressed structures.
He is a Doctor of Engineering Sciences, the Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the Russian Federation, the Academician of the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics, Professor.
Was born on October 3, 1948 in Poltava, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Chief Research Scientist, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian scientist majoring in the field of nonlinear dynamical systems and control processes.
The Seminar gathers researchers in the field of qualitative theory of differential equations, spectral analysis and applications.
The Seminar was organized in 2002 by the scientists of Lomonosov Moscow State University and Bauman Moscow State Technical University on the basis of the Department of Higher Mathematics of Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics.
The Seminar leaders are: professor, Dr. Sc. (Phys.-Math.) I.V. Astashova, professor, Dr. Sc. (Phys.-Math.) A.V. Filinovskiy.
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.
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.