While Roscosmos is discussing future manned flights to Mars, NASA plans to open the International Space Station for commercial tourism, and SpaceX is testing its Starship Mars prototype, scientists are seriously concerned about the impact of prolonged stay in space on the human body. While the effects of weightlessness on bones, muscles and the vestibular system are well known, how the human brain copes with microgravity has yet to be fully examined. IQ.HSE has compiled the latest research on this topic.
Intercampus seminar 'On Some Discrete Optimization Problems'
CInSt Research Seminar 'Swords into Bank Shares: Financial Solutions to the Threat of Political Violence'
Conference 'Poletayev Readings 9¾: The Corridors of Theory'
Online International Autumn School 'Frontiers in Demographic Research'
Deadline for application: September 15, 2020