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Prof. Michele Pagano, Dept. of Information Engineering, University of Pisa read an annual open lecture course to students of RUDN University Department of Applied Informatics and Probability Theory

Prof. Michele Pagano, Dept. of Information Engineering, University of Pisa read an annual open lecture course to students of RUDN University Department of Applied Informatics and Probability Theory

Michele Pagano is a graduate of the University of Pisa, a leading scientist, the author of more than 200 publications in international journals, and a participant in many international research projects

Michele Pagano is a graduate of the University of Pisa, a leading scientist, the author of more than 200 publications in international journals, and a participant in many international research projects. His research interests include the modeling and classification of teletraffic, the analysis of performance indicators in communication networks, the problems of security in distributed architectures, cloud computing, Green Networking technology, software-configurable SDN networks, statistical traffic classification and network security issues (mainly in the framework of anomaly-based Intrusion Detection Systems), and to Green Networking (energy efficiency of current network devices and planning of energy-aware routing algorithms).

Professor Pagano annually reads open lectures for undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students of the Department of Applied Informatics and Probability Theory. This year, he presented a course of five lectures for students of the 4th and 5th year, as well as graduate students of the Department on Theoretical Methods in Teletraffic Theory:«Self-Similarity and Heavy Tails Distributions in Traffic Modeling».In his lectures on September 12 - 13, 2017, Professor Pagano told in detail about the basic concepts associated with teletraffic modeling, the differences and connections between them.

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30 Dec 2020
In 2017, RUDN University scientists constructed a new explicit second-order precision difference scheme using modern computer algebra methods for 2-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations (NSE) [1]. This year, our mathematicians used a new scheme [2] to construct a numerical solution to the Cauchy problem with initial data (for t=0) as satisfying the continuity equation. Scientists managed to achieve previously unattainable accuracy of the continuity equation.
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30 Jan 2018
The conference on international arbitration, where law students from European universities simulate court proceedings and alternately defend the interests of the respondent and the orator.
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30 Dec 2020
Teaching foreign languages online. What does the future hold?

On November 6, Antonio Carluccio, an employee of the Department of Russian Language and Teaching Methods, participated in the International Scientific and Practical Conference “Modern Problems and Perspective Directions of Journalism and Humanities” at the Finance Academy in Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan).

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30 Dec 2020
Multinational Russia is now in Parma

On November 4, Antonio Carluccio, lecturer at the Department of Russian Language and Teaching Methods, gave a lecture at the University of Parma (Italy) on the multinational nature of the Russian Federation and the role of the Russian language in the former Soviet Republics.

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22 Oct 2020
Congratulations for the First online Science Festival at RUDN University

RUDN participants and guests were welcomed by

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