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Friday, January 22

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Lecture 'Viability Properties of Mean Field Type Control Systems' by Yurii Averboukh

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Master's Programmes of the Faculty of Economic Sciences: Open House

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Illustration for news: ‘I Want To Reflect the Crazy Times We Are Living in, Where Everything Is Upside Down’

‘I Want To Reflect the Crazy Times We Are Living in, Where Everything Is Upside Down’

On November 10th,HSE ART GALLERY opened an exhibition showcasing pieces by second-year students of the Master’s programme in ‘Contemporary Art’ under the supervision of famous Russian artist, Vladimir Dubossarsky. A special feature of the exhibition is its sound design: all the images are accompanied by compositions of sound artists, most of whom are also students of the HSEArt and Design School. They focused on the theme of forced relationships, the impact of the pandemic on the creative process, and the mixing of art forms.

Illustration for news: New Programme Allows Foreign Scholars to Teach at HSE Remotely

New Programme Allows Foreign Scholars to Teach at HSE Remotely

Thanks to a recently launched programme for visiting scholars, HSE University will host a large number of international scholars and scientists who will teach or conduct research at HSE. In the 2020/21 academic year, about a hundred colleagues from foreign universities will work remotely at HSE under civil law contracts. HSE First Vice Rector Vadim Radaev told the HSE News Service about the new programme.

Illustration for news: From Science Fiction to Designing the Future: Annual Foresight Conference Commences at HSE University

From Science Fiction to Designing the Future: Annual Foresight Conference Commences at HSE University

This week, researchers from all over the world have gathered online for the 10th annual International Academic Conference ‘Foresight and STI Policy’ at HSE University. One of the cross-cutting themes of the anniversary forum, which will be held from November 9 to 13, is lessons learned from the pandemic and the crisis’s effects in future scenarios.

Illustration for news: 45 Students Admitted to HSE’s New Combined Master’s-PhD Track

45 Students Admitted to HSE’s New Combined Master’s-PhD Track

HSE University’s new combined Master’s-PHD track programme received 212 applications from first-year master’s students this year. Of these, 45 students were admitted to the track to study at a combined total of 17 doctoral schools at HSE. The combined Master's-PhD track, which was launched just this year, provides a new form of support for students who study in state-funded slots and intend to pursue careers in academia.

Illustration for news: The Kings of Remote Work: HSE Experts Dispel Myths and Stereotypes about Freelancers

The Kings of Remote Work: HSE Experts Dispel Myths and Stereotypes about Freelancers

Due to a longstanding lack of evidence-based information about freelancers, Andrey Shevchuk and Denis Strebkov, senior research fellows at the HSE Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology, have endeavoured to dispel misconceptions about this growing class of workers. Though remote work has become particularly relevant during the pandemic, the researchers identify several trends that have determined the direction of the remote job market even before the coronavirus outbreak.

Illustration for news: ‘Thanks to This Project, I Learned That if Something Doesn’t Work Out, I Need to Roll Up My Sleeves and Work on It Some More’

‘Thanks to This Project, I Learned That if Something Doesn’t Work Out, I Need to Roll Up My Sleeves and Work on It Some More’

The brand design competition for the Cultural Centre at HSE’s Pokrovka complex, which started at HSE University on October 9, 2019, has entered its final stage. In the summer of 2020, the jury selected three projects for the final round, and now HSE University students and staff canvote for the winner. The finalists told HSE News Service about work on the projects and the philosophy of their brand.

Illustration for news: HSE University Graduates Launch Interactive Project about Ecological Apocalypse

HSE University Graduates Launch Interactive Project about Ecological Apocalypse

HSE University graduates Victor and Victoria Kravchenko have created an animated blockbuster, ‘The Last Days of Trash’, which recently premiered on the 2x2 TV animation channel. The heroes of the series are three pieces of trash who dream of escaping from the tip.

Illustration for news: Two HSE Student Teams Win Future Tech Case Championship

Two HSE Student Teams Win Future Tech Case Championship

Future Tech, an interuniversity case championship organized by the Moscow City Innovation Agency, has announced its results. 32 university teams from eight Russian cities participated in the competition. The awarding ceremony took place at the Digital Business Space on Pokrovka.

Illustration for news: 'State Owes Me': Social Justice, as Seen by Russian University Undergraduates

'State Owes Me': Social Justice, as Seen by Russian University Undergraduates

'I am the state' ('L'etat c'est moi') is a phrase attributed to French king Louis XIV. For Russian undergraduates today, the motto seems to be 'the state owes me'. According to many of them, the government must support younger people above all else, and this is what they understand by social justice. Read on to learn what else Russian undergraduates think about justice and why they are not willing to make sacrifices to achieve it, based on a paper by HSE political scientists Valeria Kasamara, Marina Maximenkova and Anna Sorokina.

Illustration for news: HSE to Launch Institute for Cultural Studies

HSE to Launch Institute for Cultural Studies

At the last meeting of the HSE Academic Council, it was decided to create a new subdivision of the Faculty of Urban and Regional Development (FURD). The Faculty will now be home to the Institute of Cultural Studies. Vitaly Kurennoy, Director of the Institute and Professor of the School of Philosophy and Cultural Studies of the Faculty of Humanities, discussed the Institute’s main areas of focus and the importance of cultural studies.