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Sep 15 – Sep 17

IX International Conference 'Modern Econometric Tools and Applications – META2022'

Oct 2 – Oct 3

'Beyond Moscow. Rethinking the International and Transnational Dimensions of the Soviet Republics' Call for Papers. Deadline for proposal submission: January 31, 2022

Deadline for proposal submission: January 31, 2022 

Oct 6 – Oct 7

International conference 'World War II on Trial: The Prosecution of War Criminals and Collaborators in the USSR'

Submission deadline - October 15, 2021 

Oct 6 – Oct 8

International Conference 'Subject and Responsibility: Nature, Society, and Culture'

Oct 21

International Conference 'The Evolution of Family and Inheritance Law'

Illustration for news: HSE University Researchers Discover What Happens on the Bright Side of the Moon

HSE University Researchers Discover What Happens on the Bright Side of the Moon

Researchers from HSE University have developed a mathematical model that explains the levitation of charged dust particles over the sunlit lunar surface for almost any latitude. For the first time, the model takes into account the Earth’s magnetotail—a particular area around our planet. The research data is important for planning the Luna-25 and Luna-27 space missions. The study was published in Physics of Plasmas.

Illustration for news: Family, Bosses, Isolation: HSE Researchers Uncover Causes and Impact of Stress in Employees Working from Home

Family, Bosses, Isolation: HSE Researchers Uncover Causes and Impact of Stress in Employees Working from Home

In Russia, employers do not bear responsibility for the psychosocial risks faced by employees working from home. That is why remote employment needs additional legal regulation. These were the conclusions made by the HSE Faculty of Law project group ‘Regulatory framework to prevent remote work-related psychosocial risks’, which was created at the initiative of the HSE Institute of National and Comparative Legal Studies.

Illustration for news: Unlike Female CEOs in Europe, Women Executives in Russia Are As Likely to Pursue Innovation As Their Male Colleagues

Unlike Female CEOs in Europe, Women Executives in Russia Are As Likely to Pursue Innovation As Their Male Colleagues

Gender, alongside other characteristics, seems to have a different effect on CEO risk-taking practices in Russia and in Western Europe. Female executives in Russia are at least as likely as men — and in some areas even more likely — to engage in new R&D or to launch new products on the market.

Illustration for news: Maria Yudkevich: Serious Research Projects Are a Marathon, Not a Sprint

Maria Yudkevich: Serious Research Projects Are a Marathon, Not a Sprint

Rapidly changing approaches to the pursuit of scientific knowledge are making research more interdisciplinary in nature. Science and researchers are now more open to society, while student academic mobility among universities is encouraged. Maria Yudkevich, HSE Vice Rector, talks about these issues, explaining how HSE University promotes and expands its research activities and supports early-career researchers.

Illustration for news: COVID-19 Pandemic Brought Humanity Closer to the Next Stage of Technological Revolution

COVID-19 Pandemic Brought Humanity Closer to the Next Stage of Technological Revolution

The outbreak of the pandemic posed some serious challenges to the world that required the concentration of many people’s efforts and the use of the latest technologies. This has led to powerful technological breakthroughs, particularly in medicine. HSE University researchers Leonid Grinin, Anton Grinin, and Andrey Korotayev published a paper in which they assessed the impact of COVID-19 on social development. The authors concluded that the pandemic will considerably accelerate humanity’s transition to a new stage of development, but can also cause significant social strain.

Illustration for news: Biologists Figure Out How Stem Cells Turn Into Other Types of Cells at Molecular Level

Biologists Figure Out How Stem Cells Turn Into Other Types of Cells at Molecular Level

An international team of researchers including biologists from HSE University has developed a method that helps obtain information on changes in protein expression and properties during cells’ transition from one state to another. One of the most interesting transitions is the transformation of cells from undifferentiated stem cells to differentiated cells of various organs and tissues. The paper was published in Nature Communications.

Illustration for news: Returning to Life: How to Help 'Troubled' Teens Get a Fresh Start and Integrate into Society

Returning to Life: How to Help 'Troubled' Teens Get a Fresh Start and Integrate into Society

Some children who don’t go to school and commit crimes manage to reintegrate into society by learning new mores and lifestyles. But others only appear to adapt, becoming ‘outsiders’ again the minute they leave the school grounds, going back to the same risky life on the streets. The two approaches offer youngsters very different opportunities in life. This IQ.HSE article, that draws on research by sociologist Irina Lisovskaya, explores how to help such youth integrate into society and learn to communicate with others.

Illustration for news: Researchers Explain What Makes People Pro-Environmental

Researchers Explain What Makes People Pro-Environmental

The HSE School of Psychology has studied the psychological, social, and political factors behind Russians’ pro-environmental behaviour. It appears that women hold more pro-environmental attitudes than men, trust in the free market negatively affects sustainable consumption, and awareness of the benefits of pro-environmental actions better motivates people to sort waste than environmental concern or connectedness to nature. The study has been published by SSRN.

Illustration for news: HSE University Celebrates the Academic Achievements of 2021 Student Research Paper Competition Winners

HSE University Celebrates the Academic Achievements of 2021 Student Research Paper Competition Winners

The award ceremony of the 2021 Student Research Paper Competition took place on February 8. The organisers congratulated the students and early career researchers and told them about the benefits of winning in the competition.

Illustration for news: International Laboratory of Landscape Ecology Opens at HSE University

International Laboratory of Landscape Ecology Opens at HSE University

The laboratory will be led by Robert Sandlersky, a specialist in energy and mass transfer and the study of other properties of landscapes via satellite imagery and Senior Research Fellow at the Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The HSE News Service spoke to Robert about the laboratory’s future activities.