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Объявляется набор успешных и мотивированных к достижению высоких научных результатов бакалавров, магистрантов разных курсов, а также молодых ученых, полностью готовых посвятить себя научному процессу с высоким уровнем владения английским языком в лабораторию плазменных и гибридных систем Инженерной школы ядерных технологий под руководством доцента, к.ф.-м.н. Романа Анатольевича Сурменева для работы над следующими перспективными междисциплинарными направлениями:

1. Разработка и исследование новых биодеградируемых композитных материалов для восстановления костных дефектов, кожного покрова и т.д.
2. Разработка технологий модифицирования/функционализации материалов и покрытий, в частности, полученных аддитивными способами (трехмерная печать), с использованием физических и/или химических методов.


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The scientific project of our PhD student – Svetlana Gorodzha was awarded as “The Best Project in Materials Science” in the framework of the G-RISC program

On November 14, 2017, at the territory of the Faculty of Physics of Saint Petersburg State University took place the ceremony of awarding the participants of the program the German-Russian Interdisciplinary Science Center G-RISC, which is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
Within the framework of this event, the research project of the PhD student of Tomsk Polytechnic University – Svetlana Gorodzha was awarded as one of the best projects in the nomination “The Best Project in Materials Science”. During this ceremony, five projects from various fields of natural sciences, such as physics, geophysics, chemistry, mathematics, etc., were awarded.
G-RISC was established with the aim of solving important scientific and interdisciplinary problems of science by means of experimental and theoretical approaches in close collaboration between scientists from Russia and Germany.

Impressions of our PhD student – Dmitry Khrapov about his internship at the German research center in Berlin

It turned out that my arrival to Berlin coincided with Cyclone Xavier. Despite these few truly apocalyptic days my work in Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) was successful. After the red tape(paperwork) (which was comparable to Russian one) and 3 days full of SIM-card activation attempts (antiterror is on the watch/doesn`t rest) I managed to get to the most interesting part of the work, notably Bessy synchrotron launchings. Inside this behemoth which looks similar to flying saucer people ride scooters. A couple of times I worked there until past midnight because work is in full swing around the clock. Notwithstanding the weather was predominantly rainy and cloudy there were sunny weekends when I enjoyed sightseeing around central part of Berlin.

Our collegue Anna Sharonova was awarded for the 1st place in research works competition for yang scientists at “International Symposium on Physics, Engineering and Technologies for Biomedicine”.

In Moscow, the annual international symposium “Physics, Engineering and Technologies for Bio-Medicine” was held from 10 to 14 October 2017 on the basis of NRNU MEPhI, where the world leading specialists from 8 countries of Europe and Asia were invited. Plenary lectures were devoted to translational and nuclear medicine, biophysics and bioengineering. The Symposium provides a unique opportunity for fruitful scientific discussions and for establishing contacts with scientists all over the world. Within the framework of the symposium, a poster competition was held in which more than 200 applications took part. The award was held in three categories: “Students”, “Graduate Students” and “Young Scientists”.