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Linguistic Convergence Laboratory Seminar with Peter Arkadiev (Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies) on ‘Towards a typology of passive lability with special reference to Abaza

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BRICS Civil Forum

Applications for participation can be submitted until June 20, 2024 

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International conference 'Algebraic Topology and Applications'

Illustration for news: HSE Scientists Leverage AI to Accelerate Advancement of 5G and 6G Wireless Communication Systems

HSE Scientists Leverage AI to Accelerate Advancement of 5G and 6G Wireless Communication Systems

The HSE Artificial Intelligence Centre has developed software for modelling radio channels in 5G and 6G wireless networks, based on ray tracing and machine learning techniques. Their software solutions enable modelling radio wave propagation between transmitters and receivers and can convert ray tracing data into a frame sequence format, configure and train neural networks based on this data, and subsequently save the trained models. 

Illustration for news: Enhancing Wireless Network Performance Through Cross-Layer Protocol Stack Solutions

Enhancing Wireless Network Performance Through Cross-Layer Protocol Stack Solutions

An international team, including researchers from the Russian Academy of Sciences Institute for Information Transmission Problems, HSE University, and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, analysed the approaches used to optimise the data transfer rates of TCP and QUIC protocols in high-frequency wireless networks. According to the scientists, cross-layer solutions provide the highest gains in data transfer rates. The paper has been published in IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, one of the most influential international journals in the field of telecommunications, boasting an impressive impact factor of 35.6.