IT is the most rapidly developing spheres in the world and not to follow it means lagging behind the time. The year of 2018 was full of events and innovations in the field of Information Technologies.
Astronomers have revealed details of mysterious signals emanating from a distant galaxy, picked up by a telescope in Canada.
The Enterprise Incubator Foundation (EIF) with the assistance of “PMI Science” held a faculty research awards to show support to research teams of universities and research institutes.
The director of YSU Centre of Strong Fields Physics outstood with his academic achievement in 2018.
In accordance with the procedure of calculation and payment of the premiums to be paid to YSU employees for some kinds of activity, the lecturers of the faculties of Physics, Biology, Law, Philosophy and Psychology are on the top list of those who were rewarded with premiums for scientific and research activity.
Influential “Science” magazine summing up the year made a list of world’s important scientific discoveries as well as referred to the failures and disillusions of the year.
Gene-editing, open access and a biosafety rethink are set to shape research.
The annual scientific session of the teaching staff of the Faculty of Law has been held today in the court session hall of the faculty.
The scientific theme “The research of the structure of semiconductors by the method of impedance spectroscopy” presented by the postgraduate of the Faculty of Radiophysics of YSU Gevorg Shahkhatuni has been guaranteed for financing by the MES Science Committee.
In the 21st century the artificial intelligence flooded the world: smart devices, vehicles, houses, people. What is to be expected from rapidly developing technologies? We discussed this issue with the Professor of the Faculty of Economics and management of YSU Samson Davoyan.