V Glavnom gallery invites everyone to the art opening in the form of blog called I-IHOR. Green World.

The project setting of a young artist Arina Ponomaryova meets you with the new reality where there is a place for humanoids, fantastic beasts, powerful spirits and mysterious beings.

This event is the last one in the spring-summer quarantine art season in the virtual space.

Date: June 25, 18.30
Registration link: https://vk.cc/aw9NKi

TSU Open Days for Master programs start June 15.

You will have 10 days to meet the programs and learn more about online admission.

You will also meet heads and managers of autonomous Master programs.

See the details via this link → https://vk.cc/avzE5X

On June 10 TSU Enrollment Board launches the project called Questions Time.

You will have the opportunity to learn more about the enrollment-2020 - how it's going to be online, and to ask any questions.

Join us, we are waiting for you!

P.s. All you need to do is to click right here

Webinars for researchers by the Elsevier company.

Representatives of the company Elsevier (http://www.elsevierscience.ru/) will present the actual innovative solutions for scientific research support through webinars on June 10 and 11.

June 10, 2020 at 14:00 (Tomsk time).
Elsevier professional instruments for work with scientific and technical information.

Details and registration: https://elsevier.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_P-QHElcY..

June 11, 2020 at 14:00 (Tomsk time).
Effective research in Scopus and ScienceDirect: main principles and new opportunities.

Details and registration: https://elsevier.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_L8vMPTcl..

TSU has good results in the ShanghaiRanking 2020
ShanghaiRanking has released the ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2020. This is one of the most respected rankings in the world. In the Russian segment, TSU has taken a leading position in Earth Sciences (1st-4th place), Metallurgy (3rd place), and Physics (6th place).   In the world segment of the ranking, TSU is in the group 101-150 in metallurgy, and this is the result of many years of work by the university in this area. In the near future, TSU will update the instrument base and some of the new equipment will be purchased at the request of metallurgical scientists.   Ilya Zhukov’s team works in this area, creating light alloys based on aluminum and magnesium; Manzur Ziyatdinov’s group is engaged in high-nitrogen steels; and Vladimir Promakhov is engaged in additive technologies. Research in metallophysics is being carried out by the scientific groups of Professor Victor Gunther and Professor Yuri Chumlyakov.   In the ShanghaiRanking 2020 for academic subjects, TSU showed its traditionally good results in Physics, entering the group 401-500. This is also the result of many years of successful work in world-class projects. TSU staff participates in several experiments at the Large Hadron Collider - ATLAS, TOTEM, and CMS in CERN.   The university is also in the group 401-500 in the Earth Sciences, thanks to research on climate change and the search for new deposits of valuable minerals, non-ferrous and noble metals, coal, and hydrocarbons.
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Students may apply for participation in TSU joint educational programs
Center for Joint Academic Programs is accepting applications from students for joint educational programs in the spring semester of the 2020/2021 academic year.   Applications will be accepted until August 31, 2020.   Attention!   - Only full-time students may take part in the competition   - Students who will be final-year students in the spring semester of the 2020/21 academic year are not eligible to participate in the competition   More information is on the website of the TSU Center for Joint Academic Programs
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International students run TSU social networks in 5 languages
The University is now giving international students and applicants the opportunity to learn more about the life of TSU and Tomsk, with pages on Instagram and Facebook in Turkish, Indonesian, Arabic, French, and English for the Indian audience.   The idea of international students having pages on social networks in their native languages came up a long time ago, but there was no understanding of how to promote this activity, explains Natalya Zhadovets, head of the Department of Recruiting and Documentation Support of the TSU International Relations Department. Due to the spread of coronavirus and the announcement of the self-isolation regime, many international students found themselves in a difficult financial situation and became interested in the possibility of part-time work, and here the idea of social networks came to be, thanks to the student labor exchange UniProfi.   - Most students were enthusiastic about this type of activity - talking about their university, about their own experience of studying at it, and about Tomsk and local traditions. The pages were created in May, and through them there are already potential applicants who are interested in the conditions for admission, - said Natalya Zhadovets.     The content of the pages is invented by the students themselves. The most popular pages right now are in Indonesian and Arabic. There are already more than 50 and more than 270 subscribers, respectively.   - The plans are still for shooting videos about the life of students in isolation and not in it. So far, we are only at the beginning of the road, but we will gradually develop, - Natalya Zhadovets added.   TSU Instagram page in Arabic   TSU Instagram page in Indonesian   TSU Instagram page in French   TSU Instagram page in Turkish   TSU Instagram for indians   For over 5 years, Tomsk State University has been maintaining official websites and social media pages in English and Chinese, and graduate students at TSU from China have been supporting sites and pages in Chinese.
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TSU researcher will help CERN to “lighten” the data warehouse system
Yury Bordulev, a researcher at the High Energy Physics Data Analysis Laboratory, Faculty of Physics, has received a grant from the ATLAS international collaboration to develop new data storage algorithms. In using these algorithms, it will be necessary to reduce the amount of stored data while storing information. The grant will allow the TSU physicist to undergo a six-month internship at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).   ATLAS is one of the Large Hadron Collider particle detectors. This is one of the largest scientific facilities in the world, consisting of many interconnected systems and services. The ATLAS detector is served by approximately 3,000 scientists and engineers from 181 organizations, including TSU. During operation, ATLAS generates an unprecedentedly large data stream - tens of petabytes per year. These data are stored for subsequent analysis by physicists.   - The problem is that CERN data warehouses are already operating at the limit, and with the start of a new experiment in 2021, existing capacities will not be enough. In this regard, the task was set: to reduce the amount of stored data while saving information. In today's algorithm, a fairly large portion of the memory is spent on the storage system infrastructure. It is this part that needs to be “facilitated”. To do this, we need to develop a new algorithm for storing data, apply it to all the data that was collected for 2018, implement this algorithm in the ATLAS system, and adapt it to all the services that access the storage, -Yury Bordulev explained.     In early 2020, a TSU group completed a large project to test readout electronics as part of the modernization of the ATLAS muon detector.   - The ATLAS collaboration grant competition was a great opportunity for me and our group to join in solving new large-scale problems,- adds Yury Bordulev. - One of the results of the project should be the emergence in Tomsk of a team responsible for the development of ATLAS data storage system.
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