In September, the TECHNOGALAXY project was launched on the basis of the Youth Center for Innovative Technologies "Energia", the main goal of which is to involve students in research technical activities through the game.

The work is being carried out in several directions:

- Motor vehicles of the USSR (tutor - Kirill Tyurin)

1. Study of the general structure of motor vehicles;

2. The study of motor vehicles of a bygone era;

3. Preparation of own vehicles for competitions.

- Prototyping and design (tutor - Arseny Kuznetsov)

1. Creating 3D models;

2. 3D model printing;

3. Creation of mathematical models.

- Project electronics (tutor - Mikhail Agafonov)

1. Study of electrical circuits;

2. Production of printed circuit boards;

3. Manufacture of electronic devices.

- Unmanned aerial vehicles (tutor - Maxim Hisamutdinov)

1. Learning the basics of aerodynamics;

2. Learning the basics of aircraft engineering;

3. The manufacture of drones.

- Mobile robotics (tutor - Alexander Prudnikov)

1. Standardization of structures;

2. Manufacturing of electronic components of robots;

3. Programming robots.


On October 11, the organizers of the project held its presentation. There were platforms in all directions where participants could prove themselves in one direction or another. There was a creative atmosphere. Rector of Reshetnev University E.Sh. Akbulatov came to get acquainted with the new project. The head of TECHNOGALAXY Energia Leonid Savchenko organized for the rector a short tour of all locations.


- We were very puzzled by the lack of interested students in the youth centers of innovative technologies, despite the fact that they are equipped with all the necessary equipment and resources for work and development. It was necessary to create a space in which students would be interested, where they would be involved in technical creativity in different directions. It was decided to do it in the format of a game. We started our work in September of this year. During this time, the participants of our project have submitted 20 applications for the grant of the "Smart Guy" competition, some of which have already passed to the final. Now we are actively cooperating with the laboratories of our university, in particular, the robotics laboratory. - says Leonid Savchenko, head of the TECHNOGALAXY project.


To try yourself in scientific and technical creativity, join the VK group, get acquainted with the schedule and come to the address 433/1 Semaphore Street. Join the team!


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The undergraduates and students of  Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications returned from Germany, where they completed an internship at the University of Ulm. How to become a participant of such a program and get the most out of it, how to cope with language problems, discover new horizons of growth and development, but still link future plans with Russia-in the comments of Svetlana Evseeva.

Svetlana Evseeva, 22 years old, graduated from the Reshetnev University in the direction of system analysis, Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications in 2020. Now she is the 1st year of the master's degree program "System analysis of data and decision-making models"


My scientific work began at the end of the first year

From the very beginning of high school, my class and I went on excursions and open days to various universities. My choice fell on Reshetnev University, because it specialized in technical specialties, and I also participated in the latest Olympiad organized by it.

The admissions committee told me a lot about the system analysis program,  the highly developed scientific activity of the Department of System Analysis and Operations Research, that it will not be easy to study, but by the end of the 4th year we would no longer need to "just", because it is boring and uninteresting. They also told about the diversity of the specialty and about artificial intelligence. I don't know what attracted me more, but the decision was made quickly and unambiguously, I submitted documents for system analysis. At the same time, I had no idea what I would face there.

The admissions committee did not deceive me, since the first year the department encourages students to join scientific work, for example, we went to conferences to listen to reports. My scientific work began at the end of the first year. During my undergraduate studies, I have repeatedly participated in conferences and competitions, now I continue doing research, the main focus of my work is collective methods of decision-making.

A trip to Germany becames a huge experience of study, life and communication

Studying in Germany is possible only because the System Analysis and Operations Research Department has been maintaining partnership relations with the Ulm University of Applied Sciences (Technische Hochschule Ulm) for about 30 years, students and postgraduates of the department often go there for internships and training. Every year the department conducts a selection among master students. To go for study to Germany you have to me meet 2 very important demands : good results of research and knowledge of the English language, "luck" plays an extremely small role.

For me a trip to Germany became, first of all, a huge experience of studying, living and communicating abroad, as well as professional growth and personal development.

Of course, the most important aspect of the trip to Germany was studying. Together with my classmate Maria Lazovskaya, we studied under the International Computer Engineering program ICEP (International Computer Engineering Program). We studied the following disciplines: computer architecture, machine vision, German history, German language, etc. Our training took place remotely. The teachers explained the material clearly in details and  and were ready to answer questions at any time.

The training schedule allowed us to travel. We went to Oberstdorf and there we climbed the Algo Alps, their view was simply fascinating. In Munich we walked around the main square of the city of Marienplatz, and in Stuttgart we admired the beautiful parks. Our last trip was to Baden-Baden, where we could bathe in thermal springs, walk along the Lichtenthaler Alley and ride the Merkurbergbahn funicular. I was very surprised by the availability of travel in Europe.


There were no significant problems with the language, since all the training was conducted in English and most of the Germans (90% of those we addressed) knew it either. There were no problems with training, the teachers never refused to help and the international department of the university was always in touch and promptly answered questions. The only difficulty we faced in Germany was Covid-19 restrictions: quarantine and a large number of tests.

There was no desire to stay in Europe, I would prefer to travel and relax there, but still live in Russia. Now my main goal is to write my master thesis. I continue doing research and preparing a portfolio for admission to post-graduate school. The main result of the trip is, of course, experience and professional growth. The trip allowed me to look from the other side at the area of my scientific interest and significantly expand it.

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Undergraduates and students of the Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications Maria Lazovskaya and Svetlana Evseeva returned from Germany, where they completed an internship at the University of Ulm. How to become a participant in such a program and get the most out of it, how to cope with language problems, discover new horizons for growth and development, but still link your future plans with Russia - in the comments of Maria Lazovskaya.

Maria Lazovskaya, 23 years old, Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications, Department of System Analysis and Operations Research, a 1-year master degree student in the program "System analysis of data and decision-making models", hometown - Krasnoyarsk.


I was attracted by the variety of further development paths!

Even at school, I took part in programming competitions and Olympiads organized by Reshetnev University. In general, the IT direction was a priority at the time and when studying specialties related to IT I paid attention to the bachelor program "System Analysis and Management". I was attracted by the variety of further development paths after graduation and the opportunity to study the principles of artificial intelligence algorithms.

It took some time to fully understand how much, in fact, the university could contribute to the development of personal and professional qualities.

At the beginning of the second year I began studying robotics, participating in all-Russian competitions and conferences, and also putting into practice the knowledge I received at the university. At the moment, I am taking part in the Brainiac grant program of the Innovation Promotion Foundation with the project "AGV Robot Navigation System based on video data". As part of this project, I am developing a navigation system for mobile robots to improve the accuracy of determining their position and further create a fully automatic navigation system.

We need success in research work and knowledge of English!

The Department of System Analysis and Operations Research has been cooperating with the University of Applied Sciences of Ulm (Technische Hochschule Ulm, THU) for many years, students and postgraduates of the department often undergo training or scientific internship at THU as part of the student exchange program. THU provides a scholarship to the State of Baden-Württemberg, the selection is carried out by the department among first-year master's students. One "luck" is not enough here. To get the opportunity for inclusive learning, of course, you need success in research work-publications, grants, projects, and high academic results. Well, and knowledge of the English language.

The most interesting and important for me was the introduction of machine learning algorithms into robotic systems, i.e. the combination of artificial intelligence and "hardware", so the disciplines of the ICEP (International Computer Engineering Program) curriculum in Ulm were of great interest to me. Such training courses as Machine Vision and Computer Architecture helped me with further work on the grant project.

For me, such a trip was a great opportunity to get a new experience: the experience of staying abroad, the experience of studying at a foreign university, as well as the practice of English and German.

Do not be afraid of meeting with the unknown!

I studied under the ICEP (International Computer Engineering Program) curriculum. The teachers explained the material in details, drawing parallels with other disciplines, so the impressions of the program are only positive! Interaction with teachers and students at THU turned out to be very important for me, it was very interesting to notice the differences between education in Russia and in Germany.

Living in Germany, you are amazed at how close the settlements are located in relation to each other, in comparison with Russian cities. On weekends, and especially during the holidays, there was an opportunity to visit other cities in Germany and once again see the incredible beauty of European architecture. We have been to Munich several times, visited Stuttgart, saw the Alpine peaks in Oberstdorf, visited several cities on Lake Constance…

Before this trip, I had no experience of independent travel, and I was a little scared. Studying in Germany taught me not to be afraid of meeting with the unknown.


But I prefer to live in Russia

The training at THU was conducted entirely in English, but all the material was presented as accessible as possible for foreign students, so there were no difficulties with mastering the curriculum.

I went to Ulm together with my classmate Svetlana Evseeva. There were no Russian students in our study group beside us. In general, we arrived at the most turbulent time in Germany in terms of covid restrictions: we were forced to keep the 14-squarantine, all training took place remotely. Of course, there was a little lack of live communication with teachers and classmates.


Now I am sure that I will return to Europe again, however, I would still prefer to live in Russia. At the moment, my main goal is to continue my research, complete a grant project and write a master thesis.

Most of all, I remember a large number of examples of practical application of the material and laboratory work in the curriculum. Using theoretical knowledge in practice is always the most interesting part of learning. This trip helped me to understand the information I lack for the further implementation of the project.


Studying disciplines from the field of scientific interest in another country allows you to get a versatile view of the subject of study and discover new horizons. I believe that the foreign program provides a good opportunity for further professional growth and invaluable experience.

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 A year ago, Reshetnev University, together with twelve other leading aerospace universities in the country, entered the space program implemented by the Bortnik Foundation. Within the framework of this project, called "Duty on the Planet", small spacecraft with unique functions are being designed and put into orbit. How is the work on the creation of the kubsat going, how will it be involved in the work of the Yenisei Siberia SEC and what does the Krasnoyarsk schoolchildren have to do with it-in the comments of Dmitry Zuev, a graduate student at Reshetnev University, an employee of the Small Spacecraft laboratory.

Tight Orbit

- Dmitry, does anyone know how many satellites are in near-Earth space today?

- For example, they are tracked by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD). They spread out the coordinates of the satellites, and this is already on the order of several thousand. Elon Musk alone has brought out more than 1,500 devices to date. Despite the fact that before that there were already about more than three thousand working satellites. OneWeb is deploying 600 satellites, other structures are involved.


- It turns out that anyone wanted and launched their satellite? How is this regulated?

- There are regulators in every country. At the very least, first you need to register radio frequencies, get the right to use them. In foreign practice, there is also a requirement that the satellite should be reduced to low altitudes after operation, so that it burns up in the atmosphere, or put into a burial orbit. When launching into a geostationary orbit, there should be places for the satellite, because it is the busiest and most popular, so there are rules for allocating slots. The stationary orbit is the most popular for communication and television satellites. There are not very many places in this orbit anymore.

- Is that why smaller satellites have more prospects? What is considered a small spacecraft?

- They have different sizes. The largest are just geostationary satellites-communication satellites, remote sensing satellites (remote sensing of the earth). In the museum of Reshetnev University, you can see them in full size. They can sometimes weigh several tons!

Small spacecraft are considered by mass. Abroad, those that are less than 500 kg are considered small, in our country-less than a thousand kg. This is about the size of a standard refrigerator.


The one we are making is 30 cm by 10 cm by 10 cm in size. The small device is a common name, in English - small satellites (the international slang term smallsats). This is everything that is less than 500 kg. And then the division begins-minisatellites, microsatellites, nanosatellites, picosatellites. We have a nanosatellite, it falls into the category from 1 to 10 kg

- How did Reshetnev University get into the program of the Bortnik Foundation?

- A couple of years ago, the Sirius Center in Sochi launched two cubesats, which were assembled with the participation of schoolchildren. It was a test of the pen, and as a result, the Russian Bortnik Foundation (the Fund for Assistance to the Development of Small Forms of Enterprises in the Scientific and Technical Sphere) announced a space program, notified all universities. Naturally, we submitted an application. A positive answer came for us and for 12 other Russian universities, including, for example, Moscow State University, Tyumen, etc. And all the hundred will be created by universities. It is also important that the Foundation recently announced the extension of this program for another 3 years and plans to launch another 100 devices! This opens up new prospects!

We started working in November 2020. As part of this project, students will work with this device for another year. Then the device will already work according to another experimental program, which again can be determined by schoolchildren. We have created opportunities to conduct new experiments on board, reconfiguring its operation with the help of new software.

We are preparing a shift!

- The project is linked to schoolchildren!?

- This is the main condition of the competition. The Bortnik Foundation wants to attract a large number of schoolchildren to space activities. Therefore, the main task of these satellites is to provide tools to school teams so that they can receive data from space, process it, and draw some conclusions.

- Who are these schoolchildren?

- These are schoolchildren of our Krasnoyarsk Territory, students of the school of cosmonautics, the aerospace school, the quantorium. They have already registered for the program as teams, these are our first students. This is 20-30 people plus a few more classes of secondary schools, who sometimes come on excursions, listen to our lectures, and in the future will create their own teams. We will expand this work. How will the guys work with kubsat? When the data from the launched device goes, schoolchildren will process them, do their scientific projects, and use the data from Kubsat.

- Do they have a real interest?

- Yes, there are such people! Although most people have an understandable fear that it is difficult, difficult. But we have curators - students, teachers, graduate students of our university. They will work with students, help them.

ReshuUCube Space Laboratory

- Tell us more about the satellite, what is it intended for? - We named our satellite ReshuUCube (Reshetnev University Cubesat). Strictly speaking, our satellite is a space laboratory. A large number of sensors and special equipment are installed on it. A wide range of experiments can be carried out on its basis, including radiation monitoring. There are processors there, whose failures can be monitored, a lot of thermal sensors, you can watch how, for example, heat generation of processors occurs, heat spreads over the payload itself. We will have a camera, we will have a magnetometer...

But what is the uniqueness of the device? The bottom line is that usually a space mission is tailored to a specific task. We made an experiment and that's it – the satellite is not needed, it is destroyed. And our concept is that we have a lot of experiments, and they are being reconfigured. That is, we can write a new software and pour it on board so that it reconfigures the operation of the sensors for some experiment. The first stage of experiments was carried out, we got the result, now the toolkit is free, you can do something next, or make some changes to the previous one.


For example, we studied the heat dissipation of processors, the number of memory failures depending on radiation. Then we can fill in new software or, for example, test the compression of information, or the failures of a certain part of the processors, configure physical sensors so that they measure some parameter synchronously.


Is forest monitoring included in its functionality?

- There is a camera there for this purpose. What was it Armstrong said - this is a small step for me, but a big step for humanity? It turns out that this is our first small step, and then we will develop this movement. Since the Bortnik Foundation has announced that it will extend the program, we will participate!


- The issue of forest monitoring is not accidental. Reshetnev University is a participant of the climate project of the REC "Yenisei Siberia", and it is logical to use our satellite for the purposes of this project!

- The fact is that in Russia the grouping of meteorological satellites is quite small and is in the process of expanding. In the United States, for example, this case is widely staged. There are many commercial companies with their own groupings of small satellites, which even count under 100 cubesats. They collect meteorological information and then sell it, and analytics based on this data, too. There are many home weather stations that send data to meteorologists on the Internet so that they have information for forecast models.

We need to start with the satellite, so that later on the basis of existing experience we can solve the problem. If they set the task of monitoring space weather or weather data, we will solve it!

It's coming soon!

- How much more time is there for the project?

- Very tight deadlines, the launch is in a few months. According to our sleepless eyes, it is clear that we are now working 24 by 7!


- A big team?

- About ten people are employees of the research and production laboratory "Small spacecraft". The process of creating a spacecraft is not easy, so several other laboratories and departments are involved: the Department of Technical Physics, the Department of Information Technology Security, the Plaschem laboratory, the Student Mission Control Center. I would say, not the laboratory "Small spacecraft", but the laboratory "Small spacecraft and friends".


- Is this your first satellite?

- I have been working on this topic since the third year of my bachelor's degree. But the first one will fly

- What does the flight process itself look like?

- A large satellite will fly. The rocket has a mass reserve, and you can place launch containers on it, such a spring pistol.

The cubesat is loaded there, the lid is closed. When the rocket flies, everything will be on the upper stage. At the right moment, there will be a command to open the covers. Our satellites will be pushed out, and the big satellite will fly further to the orbit it needs

Such a flight on a rocket is called ride sharing or piggyback (from the English "on the shoulders"). In Russian, it is called "launch by passing cargo". Large spacecraft are flying on a rocket and several small vehicles are added there in addition

- Is there a guarantee for the period of activity? How many years is it designed for?

- It will take 2-3 years before its combustion in the upper atmosphere. This is the physical limit. I hope he will finalize it before that time. If you put the engine on, it will be better, but ... this is another task. For the launch, we have an intermediary Glavkosmos – one of the structures of Roscosmos . The Bortnik Foundation has an agreement with them. Naturally, there are many risks, the launch may move, something else, there are always risks in space activities. But we will still take this small step for the sake of big steps in the future!

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 "Star Wars" at Reshetnev University, a graduate of Reshetnev University independently designed a spherical robot from the famous "Star Wars" and defended his diploma with excellent marks. How such an original topic appeared, what an ideal diploma defense should look like, what helps in the work-in the comments of Leonid Savchenko, a graduate of the Institute of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics, a tutor of YCIT "Energia".

Perfect protection  

- Leonid, how was the diploma defense?

- The defense was great! After my speech, at which I showed in detail and told how the spherical robot works BB8, all the members of the commission applauded me, wished me good luck in further promoting projects and invited me to the master's program. They asked very few questions, they only asked: how would I like to use the robot in the future.


- Perfect protection?

- For me, the ideal defense is when I go out with a prototype, and they ask me questions, as if I am speaking at an exhibition or competition!

100 parts and two years of work

- What are your plans?

- I have an idea to take the BB8 created by me and make another R2D2-this is also a robot from "Star Wars". I plan to make the round robot help R2D2 in the implementation of some goal. For example, if the stated goal of BB8 is to transfer various items, then R2D2 will accept items from BB8 and transfer them to a person. All this will be on the defense of my master's thesis, so I will not give up BB8 and will not sell it.

- It took two years to design a spherical robot, how many parts are there in it?

- I've never counted, but you can do it right now. Structurally, the robot consists of 2 parts: an external housing - a sphere and an internal housing - a bundle of drives. If we talk only about the outer case, then there are 36 segments in the central wheel alone, there are segments in the form of a triangle on the right and left, and there are 12 more, so it turns out 48, and this is only the outer case! Bundles of drives, and there are also about 50 of them, a total of about 100 parts, not counting electronic components, bolted and screw connections.


Come to the YCIT "Energia"!

- There are many robotics clubs in the city, mostly schoolchildren go there, and they also make mobile robots. How does your robot differ from the robots of schoolchildren?

- Schoolchildren who are engaged in robotics, compared with many students (bachelors, undergraduates), have a great advantage - they have a fire in their eyes, they want to do something, invent! It is in the link of school robotics that you can see a huge variety of robots: one teenager made a walking robot, another a flying robot — all this is very interesting! MCIT "Energy" - for such guys!

Returning to the question, my robot is different in design, fullness, that is, I have identified a problem, relevance, innovation, analysis of existing pro totypes, etc.

- A dream?

- Yes, there is, but it's not really a robot, it's more a kind of controlled device - the AT-ST walker from Star Wars. It is 5 - 6 meters high, on two legs. If I do it on a scale of 1:1, and for him to walk and run, then I will say-this is my peak!


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 On 8 July 2021 the Interfax Group presented the XII Annual National University Ranking (NUR) for 2021. Reshetnev University entered the top 100 of the rating.

Compared to the same period in 2020, the university showed a significant increase in the "Education" category - 53.85%, an increase from 208-212 places in the rating to 112-113 positions.

In the "Research" category, the rise from 82-83 places to 70-72.

In the category" Innovations", the university rose by five points – from 56 positions to 51.

An eleven-point rise in the "Brand" category-from 173 to 162 place.

In the consolidated category, Reshetnev University also shows the consolidation of positions. In 2020, the university was in the group 88-91. Today, the position on the lower border of the group is fixed-88.  

The full version of the results of the National University Ranking 2021 is available here.

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 Artem Stupin, a master's student of the Department of System Analysis and Operations Research at the Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications of Reshetnev University, and Alexey Vakhnin, a graduate student of the same department, received a grant from the President of the Russian Federation for a scientific internship abroad (we are talking about Spain and Finland). About how the work is going, about the plans and prospects of scientific activity-in the comments of young researchers.

Five questions for discussion

1) Why did you choose Reshetnev University for training? How did the passion for scientific activity begin? Who supported in the beginning, was there a specific goal?

2) The essence of the research within the framework of the grant? Is the work going well? What is the most difficult thing?

3) Are you planning to return to Krasnoyarsk?

4) Do you think that your success is the success of Reshetnev University as well?

5) Advice for aspiring young researchers? What will professional science classes give? What did it give you, besides the opportunity to see the world?

Alexey Vakhnin, 3-year postgraduate student of Reshetnev University, specialty "System Analysis, management and information processing"

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1. Like almost any student, closer to the end of the 11th grade, the question of the next stage of education became acute. A family friend advised me to pay attention to the direction of System Analysis at Reshetnev University, arguing that there are very good teachers in this specialty and current technical disciplines are taught, including those related to the topic of artificial intelligence. Since childhood, I have been drawn to everything related to the future, about which science fiction writers have written many works. During the submission of documents, a graduate of the Department of System Analysis was in the admissions committee. He told me what I still remember: "In the first year, I thought it was difficult to study. In my second year, I realized that a year ago it was easy. In the third year, I thought that it could not be more difficult. In the fourth year, I realized that there is much more difficult!". Oddly enough, his words did not scare me away, but caused a desire to get an education here.

I started my scientific activity at the end of the third year of my bachelor's degree. There was a desire to use the acquired knowledge. At the beginning of the journey it was difficult, as there was a need for additional study and analysis of a large amount of information on the topic of future research. The difficulties did not stop me, because the craving for creating something new and useful was stronger.

2. To date, I am taking part in two grants and a project:

"Development of the theory of self-configuring machine learning algorithms for modeling and predicting the characteristics of components of complex systems", state task FEFE-2020-0013.

"Machine learning methods for identifying the properties of global optimization problems in a non-stationary environment and automatic adaptation of evolutionary and bionic algorithms", Russian-Austrian grant No. 21-51-14003.

The project of the program "SMART GUY" of the Innovation Assistance Fund within the framework of the federal project "Personnel for the digital economy" of the National Program "Digital Economy of the Russian Federation" with the theme: "Development of a software system for modeling virtual sensors of the Internet of Things using neuroevolutionary approaches".

Within the framework of research on grants and the project, my task is to develop, implement and study effective metaheuristics, which in turn will solve problems of real optimization of large dimension. For example, often when solving applied problems, there is a need to search for one or more solutions according to a predetermined criterion. Most often, this problem is mathematically formalized as an optimization problem. Practical problems of real optimization are often set algorithmically and have the following properties: the analytical form of the function is unknown, there is no information about the properties of the optimized function (smoothness, convexity, etc.). If the problem has the above properties, then the use of classical optimization methods becomes either impractical or impossible at all. In addition, it is necessary to take into account that actual tasks have several hundred or even thousands of variables. Modern approaches, in the case of optimizing a large number of variables, demonstrate low efficiency. There is a need to develop new approaches that can solve problems of this type.

At the moment, I am working on the implementation of my parts of the grants and the project. Each member of our team has a great responsibility to perform this task.

Difficulties in implementing projects of this level arise due to the fact that these areas are not fully studied and you have to be in the role of a pioneer. But at the same time, from the realization of this fact, it becomes insanely interesting.

3. After completing the internship, I return to Krasnoyarsk and focus on writing my PhD thesis.

4. Definitely, this is the success of Reshetnev University, the Department of SAIO, all the teachers who invested their knowledge in me and my supervisor Evgeny Sopov. In addition, the Department of International Cooperation of Reshetnev University carries out a great and invaluable work, presenting our candidates at all-Russian competitions and at foreign universities. Thank you all very much! I believe that Reshetnev University creates a favorable environment for the development of students, postgraduates and young scientists.

5. I would like to advise novice young scientists not to deceive themselves and do what they like. From my experience and the experience of people from my environment, I was able to notice that constantly forcing myself to engage in any scientific activity will not work. Of course, you can make efforts, but in a year or two a person will abandon the sphere he hates and will never want to engage in science. The second, no less important, is that discipline and constant effort, over a long period of time, create a result. People underestimate what they can do in a long period of time and overestimate what they can do in a short period of time.

I believe that engaging in scientific activity carries several very important advantages: in scientific activity, a scientist independently chooses the area of his scientific interests, a relatively flexible work schedule - a scientist can more independently plan his time, and also be part of a community that makes discoveries that change our world for the better!

Artem Stupin, Master's student of the Department of System Analysis and Operations Research of the Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications of Reshetnev University


1. I chose Reshetnev University when I entered the first stage of higher education. There was a choice between enrolling in applied computer science at us and at SFU, at the humanitarian institute. The technical orientation of the aerospace university still prevailed. The passion for scientific activity began in the 1st year. He participated in Reshetnev readings. Since the second year, he became interested in the issues of modeling and optimization of road traffic and the arrangement of the transport infrastructure of the city as a whole. He mastered software tools for simulation modeling, built several models of Krasnoyarsk roads. He was engaged in modeling systems in other areas as well. At the same time, he participated in research conducted by the staff of the Antamoshkin Institute of Applied System Analysis.

If we consider a specific goal, it is always a pity to spend time in traffic jams in the city, hence the first thoughts about modeling and subsequent improvement of the road situation in Krasnoyarsk. I started studying this problem under the guidance of Oleslav Antamoshkin, and later all the developments were used when writing the final qualifying work. After graduating from the bachelor's degree, I decided to enroll in the master's program at the Department of System Analysis, since there are more opportunities to realize myself there.

2. Within the framework of the grant, it is planned to continue to engage in research in the field of urban traffic optimization. The trip to the EU will provide an opportunity to study the achievements of foreign colleagues on traffic optimization, for example, to consider methods for solving a problem that exists in almost all countries.

It is difficult to say that at this stage the work is going well. I study scientific articles on this problem, I try to use different software products with which you can solve the task. The main problem is that many modeling programs are cut for free use, and licensed products cost a lot of money, which leads to the fact that a full-fledged system has to be built in small sections.

3. In the realities of the present time, it is difficult to say whether I will be able to stay in Spain for a long time. I simply may not like the country.

4. Yes, of course, most of the success is the success of Reshetnev University. Most of the scientific research was conducted under the guidance of the teaching staff of the university, for which I thank them very much.

5. It is always difficult to give advice, since each person has his own personality. It is necessary to find a topic that is interesting to the researcher, figure out how to solve the problem, and then, if the student himself understands that he is interested in it, then there will be an incentive to work in the chosen direction. Professional science classes increase the knowledge base, develop language communication, there is an opportunity to receive grants or scholarships in the scientific field of activity. There are new acquaintances with scientists and there is an understanding of how different people see and try to solve problems.


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 For the first time in the region, coniferous seedlings with a closed root system began to be grown, which will ensure increased survival of seedlings after planting in the ground in the forest. The greenhouses of the MP "Green Construction Management" (@mpuzs24, @minles24) became the pilot site. This program is supervised by the Ministry of Forestry of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.


Graduate students of the Institute of Forest Technologies took a direct part in sowing during their pre-graduate practice. More than 1 million plants were sown in the greenhouse.


The head of the pre-graduate practice from Reshetnev University is E. V. Avdeeva, Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Head of the Department of Technologies and Machines of Environmental Management. The project managers are E. V. Potylitsyn, General Director, D. V. Ivanov, Deputy General Director, E. V. Kiryushin, Deputy General Director, graduate of the Department of TEM of the first edition of 2000 in the specialty "Machines and equipment of environmental management and environmental protection".


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From 21 to 27 June 2021, the CMAS World Underwater Sport Championships (apnea) were held in the capital of Serbia. Twenty-six countries participated in international competitions, with a total of 126 athletes.


As part of the Russian national team, the instructors of the FC sports club of the Reshetnev University, the active athletes Yarovitskaya Vera and Jatkina Anastasiya acted.

In the team standings Russia won 1st place!

Also in the personal exam, our girls showed a great result:

- Jatkina Anastasia - 2nd place (apnea endurance 16 x 50 m), 3rd place (apnea endurance 8 x 50 m);

- Yarovitskaya Vera - 1 place (speed apnea 100 m).

We congratulate the athletes and coaches I.A. Tolstopatov, A.N. Lisovic with the won medals, and wish further success!


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Thus, the quality of teaching at the university has increased by 67 positions (639th place in the world). The university rose another 75 positions in the subject ranking of "Technical Sciences" and took 645th place in the world.
Our note:
Round University Ranking (RUR) is an international university rating issued by the RUR rating agency. Universities in the RUR rating are evaluated on 20 parameters, grouped into 5 directions of measurement: quality of teaching (40% of the grade), quality of research (40%), level of internationalization (10%), level of financial sustainability (10%).
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 The project will be developed at the university’s Satellite Information reception and processing centre. This was discussed at a meeting with the rector of Reshetnev University E.S. Akbulatov, first Vice-chancellor V.A. Kureshov, projector of scientific and innovative activity Y.Y. Loginov, director of the Forest Technology Institute S.V. Verhovca, director of the Institute of Space Research and High Technologies A.A. Kuznetsov, other directors.

The aim of the Centre will be, among other things, to solve the problem of rapid supply of information for forest fire management and forecasting of the situation. At present, according to the project proponents, all structures involved in the problem limit their activities to monitoring functions only.


The current situation of forest fire monitoring in the country and the region was described by the director of the Scientific and Technical Centre Space Solutions A.N. Borisevich. Among the main technological and strategic shortcomings he attributed to the obsolete, insufficiently implemented in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation federal systems for monitoring forest fires - «RMIS Rosselkhoz» and the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations; the difficulty of mapping the burning edges and providing information to rangers on aerial patrols, restrictions on the use of aircraft and drones; the lack of a unified service, which allows to carry out round-the-clock monitoring and rapid information for specialists in the forest; lack of specialists and specialized software.


The initiators of the project propose to establish a Remote Sensing Land Data Center (ERS) on the basis of Reshetnev University, using the equipment and computing facilities available here. Once the satellite reception facility has been upgraded, it is planned to deploy an online satellite interpretation facility, Creation of spatial databases and creation of final information products and their transfer for the needs of the local minefield, as well as for information support of the country’s «Arctic Forest Fire Centre».  


As noted by Rector E.S. Akbulatov, the establishment of the monitoring center is linked to the activities of the university in the development of a small space vehicle, the development of a mission control center and the monitoring of forest areas. The development of the center should be linked to the educational activities of the two institutions, IFT and SEC ISRHT.


E.S. Akbulatov, rector of Reshetnev University: "I support the establishment of such a center. The world is global, we’re going to have remote sensing information on everyone’s phone soon, but you have to be able to use it! It is important to articulate the range of tasks under which we will work. In terms of digital practices in forestry practices, this needs to be universal and skilled. There is a need to change educational programmes, for example, the number of hours associated with remote sensing will have to be increased if students are to organize practical work and project education on the basis of this center, but all this is feasible within the scope of the tasks."

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