RUDN is a participant of one of the largest pan-European scientific COST programs

RUDN is a participant of one of the largest pan-European scientific COST programs

COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is one of the largest pan-European scientific programs.

COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is one of the largest pan-European scientific programs, founded in 1971, with more than 40-year successful history of supporting scientific and technical projects, providing scientists with the opportunity to establish and develop interdisciplinary cooperation in all fields of science and technology. COST Action projects have been implemented for 4 years and during this time forming scientific and technical networks with regular meetings of researchers, who exchange experience and do creative work.

In March 2018, by the decision of COST headquarters in Brussels, the Institute of Applied Mathematics of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia joined the project «Integrated Wireless Networks of 5G and Higher Generations», which in COST Action CA15104  is called "Inclusive radio communication networks for 5G and beyond" (IRACON). The project is designed to provide breakthrough scientific developments and revolutionary approaches in the technologies of networks and radio access systems to strengthen the potential of science in research and innovation in Europe.

May 30 - June 1, 2018, Director of RUDN Institute of Applied Mathematics, professor K.Samuylov and associate professor Yu.V. Gaydamaka took part in the 7th meeting of the CAST IRACON Steering Committee and the 7th meeting of the working group members of the project in Cartagena, Spain. RUDN contributed a project «Resource Allocation and Sharing for Heterogeneous Data Collection over Conventional 3GPP LTE and Emerging NB-IoT Technologies». The project is approved by the Working Group # 3 (WG3) COST IRACON and recommended for inclusion in the project final document.

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02 Dec
RUDN chemists have created a biodegradable polymer for disposable medical products

RUDN chemists have created a biodegradable polymer based on chitosan and polyhydroxybutyrate. Chitosan, which is obtained from animal shells and fungal cells, gives the compound antimicrobial properties, so it can be used for disposable medical and hygienic materials and products.

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29 Nov
RUDN University Mathematician Develops an Approach for Individual Therapy of Haemophilia and Thrombosis

RUDN University professor together with colleagues from France and the USA has developed a technique for describing blood clotting regarding the individual characteristics of patients. This will help to make more accurately diagnosis and select drugs dosages for the treatment of haemophilia, thrombosis and other blood coagulation disorders.

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25 Nov
RUDN chemists have found an effective catalyst for the synthesis of raw materials of the chemical industry

RUDN chemists have proven the effectiveness of metal complexes for catalysis of cyanhydrin production — substances important for the chemical industry. Chemists managed to achieve 96.3% of the reaction efficiency.