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HSE, 1993–2022

  • ‘I Have Felt Welcomed Since the Very First Day’

    Yohei Shiiba from Japan, Eunsong Gu from the Republic of Korea, together with Luca Volponi and Nicola Bressan from Italy shared their impressions of living in Moscow and studying on the English-taught Master of International Business (MIB) programme, which is open to students from all over the world.

  • HSE University to Launch New Carbon Test Site

    A new HSE-operated carbon project will soon be launched in the Moscow, Kaluga and Kirov regions. Its main purpose is to monitor greenhouse gas flows in the ecosystems to assess their carbon balance. The project is expected to produce the first Russian prototype of a comprehensive monitoring framework for ecosystems in agroforestry-based carbon farming.

  • Cliometrics: 20th-century Revolutions Came in Waves

    Having studied the 20th century revolutionary processes, Andrey Korotayev, Leonid Grinin and Anton Grinin proposed a new typology of revolutionary waves and introduced the concept of 'analogues of revolutions'. The new findings are presented in Humanities & Social Sciences Communications.

  • ‘AI Is a Tool, and Those Who Master It Will Have a Competitive Advantage’

    HSE University is hosting the FIT-M 2022 International Scientific Forum. As part of this event, the HSE Cultural Centre held a series of lectures on November 29­–30. On December 7–9, guests of the forum will have three days of practical work with scientists, IT industry leaders, businesspeople, and industry experts.

  • HSE University Launches New Master’s Programme in Chemistry

    In 2023, the first Master's programme 'Chemistry of Molecular Systems and Materials' at the HSE Faculty of Chemistry will enrol students. Half of the study time will be devoted to research projects. Dmitrii Roitershtein, Academic Supervisor of the programme, spoke about the programme to the HSE News Service.

  • Using Simple Salts to Produce Safer Electrolytes for Aqueous Batteries

    A team of scientists including HSE MIEM researchers have used salt solutions to produce effective electrolytes that demonstrate high conductivity and require lower amounts of non-toxic salts, making the batteries safer and less expensive than classical non-aqueous ones. The study is published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry C.

  • 'HSE University Cares about the Careers of All Alumni'

    Faiz Arsyad from Indonesia is a first-year master’s student of Agrarian Economics at the HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences. In his interview, he talks about his first months of studies at the university, which include meeting top governmental officials, attending agricultural conventions, and participating in the HSE Career Marathon.

  • ‘The Most Important Issue Today is to Successfully Navigate Stormy Waters’

    Nandan Unnikrishnan, Observer Research Foundation, will talk at HSE University about the prospects of Russia-India relations on December 8 as part of the ‘India and Global Policy Challenges’ project. Olga Kharina from the HSE Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs and Nandan Unnikrishnan talked to the HSE News Service about the project.

  • ‘As a Family, We Will Always Be Together’

    On November 25th, the HSE Pokrovka building hosted the ‘The Whole World in HSE’ festival, which brought together HSE students from Indonesia, Korea, China and Armenia, as well as Europe, Latin America, and various Russian regions, to celebrate the university’s 30th anniversary.

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