The scope of the Institute for Applied Mathematics and Telecommunications includes the development of new mobile communication technologies, the software to improve the capacity of data transmission channels.
The Joint Institute for Chemical Research analyzes the synthesis of new drugs for the treatment of oncological and neuropsychiatric diseases; performs computer modeling of the biological activity of molecules, establishes the structure and properties of substances, determines their initial biological activity; as well as patents the tested methods of synthesis and biological activity.
S.M. Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute conducts research in the field of functional analysis, theory of functional spaces, ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, nonlinear analysis, spectral theory of differential operators.
International Scientific and Practical Conference «University Values in a Globalizing World»
February 6, 2020, the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Vital Values of the University in a Globalizing World" timed to the 60th anniversary of RUDN University will be held.
Efimov Ilia «Synthesis of new BODIPY compounds based on 1,2,4-oxadiazolyl-1H-pyrroles»
The new BODIPY compounds were synthesized based on 1,2,4-oxadiazolyl-1H-pyrroles. The strategy for this new BODIPY was used as reaction azolylenamines with isocyanides followed by next condensation with aldehydes with presence of TEA. These new BODIPY compounds will be tested by cyclic voltammetry for potential application in organic electronics.
Master-class «New level of x-ray diffraction studies. Opportunities and prospects»
The masterclass is designed for students and scientists who possess basic crystallographic knowledge and who would like to acquire practical skills for refining crystal structures based on single-crystal X-ray diffraction data. Both novice and experienced users will benefit from the course and will enhance their knowledge of mathematical foundations of diffraction principles, computer software, and crystal structure determination. The course will cover the concepts of crystallographic analysis including point/space group symmetry, the use of reciprocal lattice to understand diffraction by crystals, and crystallographic experiment design.