Latest Measurement Technology Displayed at MIEM Symposium
Over a hundred scientists, engineers and business leaders from the CIS gathered at the symposium to present papers on the use of contemporary measurement technologies and software in manufacturing, academic research, and education. The symposium was not only an academic event centred on discussion, but also a practicum and experimentation platform for MIEM students and other engineers.
At the symposium, the company National Instruments (NI) organised an exhibition for its equipment, which ranged from educational applications that can be used to create a robot to base stations for mobile communications. At the symposium’s various sections and workshops, anyone could learn about how NI’s technologies are used to build industrial data collection networks, automate radio measurement, create real time control systems, automate scientific experiments, and much more. In addition, current users of NI technologies presented the results of their work.
‘Our students are already actively using National Instruments’ technologies,’ the symposium’s scientific secretary, Ilya Ivanov, comments. ‘MIEM has a learning laboratory for telecommunication technologies and communication systems that is equipped with ELVIS II educational stands. These are prototyping platforms where over 200 types of lab work can be carried out. Students also use unique devices like the NI myRIO. In addition, students carry out research and complete their final qualifying projects for graduation,’ he notes.
The HSE Academic Council session of December 23, 2016 passed a resolution to name HSE MIEM after Alexander Tikhonov, and to create an Alexander Tikhonov scholarship programme.
A move to a new building equipped with modern research equipment, an increase in admission numbers, a rise in the number of articles faculty members publish in international journals – these are just a few of the achievements the HSE Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM) has made over the last five years. Throughout those years, the head of the Institute was Alexander Tikhonov, who passed away on December 9, 2016.
Dance with a robot, become immersed in virtual reality, mount a weather station, learn about smart home technologies and just have a good time. At Nauka 0+ Science Festival, HSE showed that scientific development can be not only useful, but also accessible to everyone.
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Students of HSE MIEM who are interested in conducting research in high-temperature superconductivity will now be able to carry out experiments using modern equipment in a new laboratory at the Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (LPI RAS).
HSE’s Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics has opened a university Microsatellite Flight Control Center. Its main goal is to offer students practical experience with small space devices that work in near-earth orbits. It was created jointly with the company Sputniks.
Graduate of HSE Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics Invents Way of Charging Devices in Buses and Metro
The Public Charger project developed by HSE MIEM graduate Alexei Rolich has been selected as one of the winners in the Start programme developed by the Foundation for the Support of Small Businesses in Science and Technology. The programme focuses on researchers who want to turn their ideas into a sustainable business. Rolich will receive a 2 million rouble grant for the first stage of development of his project.
MIEM Students Demonstrate Google Glass Analogue and Portable Cardiograph at All-Russia Science Festival
Undergraduate and postgraduate students at the HSE Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM) recently presented their innovations at the All-Russia Science Festival (NAUKA+). Among them were ‘intelligent electric outlets’, which eliminate worries about irons being left plugged in, and a device for measuring eye fatigue.
A group of 5th year MIEM students have suggested to the institute’s management to create a project teaching laboratory on robotics and mechatronics. Each student has already made samples of instruments which could be polished and launched into production. The management have given the idea their support.
'Avtokamera' is new development in technology by Denis Korolev and Roman Osmolovsky of the HSE's Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM) that aims to simplify and automate video capture, processing and publication.