67th Scientific and Technical Conference of the ETU faculty

67th Scientific and Technical Conference of the ETU faculty

The 67th Scientific and Technical Conference of the ETU faculty was held at the University from January 27 to February 3, 2014.

10.02.2014

The 67th Scientific and Technical Conference of the ETU faculty was held at the University from January 27 to February 3, 2014.

The conference was held in sections within the following scientific and educational directions:

  •     Radionics and Telecommunications
  •     Solid-state physics and Electronics
  •     Informatics, Management and Computer Technologies
  •     Electric Engineering
  •     Automation and Control
  •     Instrumentation and Information-measuring Technologies
  •     Biotechnical Systems and Technologies
  •     Quality Management and Certification
  •     Economics and Management of Organizations
  •     Humanities and Social Sciences

The conference was opened on January 27 with the plenary meeting. Rector of the university Vladimir M. Kutuzov delivered the report “Competitive growth program”. Then the floor was given to the guests.

Professor of Technology Royal Institute (Stockholm, Sweden) Alexandr Grishin  presented a report "Heterogeneous multiferroics - controlled metamaterials".  Expert in the field of solid state physics Alexandr M. Grishin has been collaborating with Department of Physical Electronics and Technologies of our university for a long time. And after the victory of the ETU in the competition for right to receive state subsidies for improving competitive ability and promoting in international rankings of leading universities, Alexandr became a member of the International Scientific Council of ETU program, and now he is among eight international experts of this new body of scientific research planning in our university.

Another guest of the conference was Professor of Munich Technical University Karl Ulrich Schreiber (Germany). He told the audience about Sagnac two-axle interferometric analizer as a laboratory of world-class ring lasers. Report is also directly relevant to the ETU program of improving the competitive ability. In 2014 within the framework of scientific and educational direction realization "Technologies of informative, control and nautical systems" the world's first biaxial micrometric big laser gyro sensor for unique high-precision measurements of daily rotation fluctuations, polar motion and crust movements is planned to be created. Inclusion of big Russian gyro sensor in joint network of single-dimensional micrometric gyro sensores located in New Zealand, Germany, Italy and the United States will give opportunity to produce interdisciplinary research in the field of radio astronomy, seismology and geomonitoring in cooperation with scientists from these countries. It is expected that Professor Schreiber will work on this topic at Department of Laser Measurement and Navigation Systems as invited scientist.

Further work of the Conference was held in 54 sections, about 760 people delivered oral reports, more than 50 poster sessions were presented.

By tradition the conference was attended by many students, postgraduates and young scientists. Best of their reports will be published in the conference proceedings which will be released in March.

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