Virtual Laboratory Project with Ohio University Extended
Tatyana Permyakova, Professor of the School of Foreign Languages, and Marina Sheveleva, Head of the School of Foreign Languages, together with Ohio University, won the second round of the US-Russia Virtual University Partnership competition.
Student Research Paper Competition 2021 Kicks Off at HSE University
The annual HSE Student Research Paper Competition (SRPC) helps young researchers try their hand in a real academic competition, where leading experts and professionals from HSE University assess their research papers. This year, participation will be open from September 1 to October 15.
History According to Chornobog: HSE Perm Student Creates an Unusual Educational Project
‘Another City: Mystical Stories of Perm’ — this is the title of a work by Nikita Matkin, a first-year student in the Master's programme ‘Digital Humanities’. It received an honourable mention in the Best Russian-Language Scientific and Popular Science Works Competition for HSE University employees in the ‘History of Art’ track. Nikita spoke with the News Service about the idea for the project, his studies at HSE University, and his love for his hometown.
HSE University’s CubeSX-HSE Satellite Launched into Orbit
On March 22 at 9:07 Moscow time, a Soyuz-2.1a rocket with a Fregat upper stage was successfully launched. The launch vehicle carried a total of 38 satellites from 18 countries into sun-synchronous orbits, including HSE University’s CubeSX-HSE satellite, which will conduct remote sensing of the Earth.
"It was very interesting and informative to communicate with colleagues from the University of California!"
As a part of the Minor "Speaking in an Academic Environment", an online discussion between students from the HSE – Perm and students and professors from the University of California (USA) was held. Participants discussed the peculiarities of distance learning in both countries, the role of social networks in the life of modern youth and sports.
Sensors Developed at HSE University to Be Put to Work in Antarctica
Multi-sensors developed at HSE MIEM (HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics) have become part of the NB-IoT network deployed by Russian network provider MTS at the Russian Antarctic station ‘Progress’. The main task of the system is to monitor runway conditions.
Students of HSE – Perm Design Tasks for PERMM Museum Online Game
The game, which brings together multiple museums, is dedicated to twentieth- and twenty-first-century art. Students created the game as part of the 'It's Time You Visited the Museum!' project, which won the XI Museums of the Russian North Grant Competition. Fourth-year history students Maxim Finogenov, Maria Karaeva, Vasily Kurushin, and Lev Yakupov visualized sample assignments as part of the Art Time project, which will become the basis of a future online game.
"At HSE Perm you actually become independent and conscious, you develop a different approach to analysis and your mind becomes flexible"
2020 was declared as the cross-year of Russia and Kyrgyzstan. HSE Perm and the educational center of the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic has already organized and conducted several large events. Graduates and students of Perm campus from Kyrgyzstan explain why they have chosen HSE Perm, how the adaptation was and what they acquired during university studies.
'HSE - Perm Makes Me Feel at Home, Because the Teachers and Coordinators Here Really Care About Every Student'
HSE - Perm's preparatory programme in Russian as a Foreign Language has admitted a new cohort of students. The supplemental programme helps foreign students who intend to apply to Russian universities gain proficiency in Russian. Students study grammar, phonetics, reading, speaking, and writing over the course of their studies. The new cohort is the fourth group of students to join the programme in what is now the programme's third admissions season.
HSE University Moves All Lectures to Online Format
Starting October 26, 2020, lectures at all HSE University campuses will be held online. At the same time, the University’s buildings remain open to students and staff. Seminars will mostly remain offline. However, it is possible that some will also be transferred online.