RUDN University soil scientists were able to visualise for the first time the activity of the phosphatase enzyme in the soil surrounding the roots of a plant by simultaneously using zymography and a fibre optic acidity sensor. This helped them to see how the plants “adjust” their root system to the environment. The study was published in the journal Soil Biology and Biochemistry.
RUDN University bioengineers have created magnetic nanocontainers for “smart” delivery of drugs in the body. Thanks to them, the active substance enters only certain organs or tissues, which reduces the risk of side effects. In an experiment on mice, it was shown that nanocontainers are non-toxic and not dangerous. The results of the study are published in the journal Polymers.
A RUDN University chemist has created a catalyst for wastewater treatment that removes paracetamol – one of the most commonly prescribed antipyretics. This medicine is excreted from the body through the kidneys and enters the sewage, where it does not decompose and can pose a threat to people and the environment. The chemist managed to create a catalyst based on silver sulfide, zinc oxide, and graphene oxide to decompose paracetamol under light irradiation. The study is published in the journal Separation and Purification Technology.
The Center focuses on solving practical problems in the development of mathematical models for quality evaluation of the functioning of Internet of Things infrastructure within conditions of device dynamic relocation. The studies conducted by the Center lie at the junction of probability theory, mathematical statistics, and queuing theory.
The main research goal is the improvement of applied computational methods for solving problems in mathematical physics, probability and statistics theory.
Research and development of the scientific foundations and a complex of stochastic models to evaluate the effectiveness and reliability of devices interconnection in wireless networks of the Internet of Things.
conduct analysis of signal-to-interference ratio as well as related indicators of quality in terms of random processes for typical scenarios of user interaction in 5G networks supporting D2D connections and the Internet of Things.
Brno, Czech Republic
International research organization
conduct analysis of the statistical characteristics of subscriber traffic in wireless networks in order to identify the spatial-probabilistic characteristics of traffic as well as the reliability of network connections.
computer implementation of symbolic-numerical algorithms for solving initial boundary problems for the corresponding systems of partial differential equations simulating the effects of Maxwell's optics and quantum mechanics.
Development of Stochastic models for different research areas such as biology, demographics, climatology, energy, telecommunications, economics, etc.
Computer implementation of analytical and numerical algorithms for solving kinetic equations.
International high-tech company
implementation of complex mathematical models for managing radio resources of 5G wireless heterogeneous networks that support direct interaction of D2D devices, Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Reliable Things (IoRT).