Research Institutes

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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.
Konstantin Samuylov
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.
Victor Khrustalev
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.
Alexander Skubachevskii
The research and academic Institute of Modern Languages, Intercultural Communication and Migration deals with issues of language identity and ethno-cultural dynamics in the context of globalization. The key activities of the Institute are:
● development of innovative models for teaching foreign languages, including Russian as a Foreign Language;
● training of professional translators, including simultaneous interpreters for international organizations;
● study of global migration processes and their social, cultural and communicative contexts;
● development of practical approaches to social and cultural adaptation and integration of migrants, as well as principles of migration security.
Svetlana Moskvicheva
Science and Education Digital Development Institute was established to provide support and implementation of programmes in the field of digital transformation of science and education, as well as multidisciplinary support for public authorities, the University and scientific community with research, consulting, expert and analytical work in the field of digital and online technologies in the educational and scientific process.

The Institute takes an active part in the development of the most important scientific and educational issues, problems, activities, and solving applied problems of improving, developing, and integrating digital technologies, platforms, services, and solutions in accordance with the main directions of strategic development of the Russian Federation.

The Institute operates several key areas in which fundamental, search, applied research and development are carried out.

The Educational and Scientific Institute of Neurosurgery conducts training of qualified personnel in the field of neurosurgery for the Russian Federation and foreign countries, as well as fundamental, applied and clinical research in the field of neurosurgery. Research is aimed at improving the quality of diagnosis and treatment of patients with neurosurgical pathology, as well as achieving world leadership in Russian neurosurgery. The Institute of Neurosurgery has at its disposal a unique neurosurgical base and a dissection laboratory for the development of practical skills required for neurosurgeons.

The principle of learning in the dissection laboratory is that educational technologies today should not only keep up with medical technologies, but also be ahead of them in some aspects. The practical training of a neurosurgeon is aimed at mastering complex and specific manual skills in the conditions of an extremely complex anatomically, physiologically and vulnerable object of surgery and using a huge amount of high-tech high-precision digital diagnostic and surgical equipment. Therefore, without the availability of such a laboratory as is available at the clinical base of the institute, the training of a highly qualified neurosurgeon, especially one who is competitive at the world level, is practically impossible.
Another extremely important component in the training neurosurgeons is the volume and level of complexity of the surgical cases that he encounters during the training. The neurosurgical base of the Scientific and Practical Institute of Neurosurgery in this regard corresponds to the best neurosurgical clinics in the world with up to 30-40 highly complex neurosurgical operations daily. There are few clinics in the world that have a comparable volume and level.
Additionally, the most important aspect of education is integration into the global neurosurgical community. Thanks to the interaction with the Asian Congress of Neurosurgeons (ASNS) and the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNC), this integration has been implemented for more than a year, and vast experience has been accumulated. More than 160 foreign neurosurgeon professors are involved in the training with over two thousand doctors from 40 countries already been trained.
Albert Sufianov