S.M. Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute
S.M. Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute
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.
Director
Alexander Skubachevskii
Contacts
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Science
15 Jun
Heavy Metals Make Soil Enzymes 3 Times Weaker, Says a Soil Scientist from RUDN University

Heavy metals suppress enzyme activity in the soil by 3-3.5 times and have especially prominent effect on the enzymes that support carbon and sulfur circulation. This was discovered by a soil scientist from RUDN together with his colleagues from Chile, Germany, the UK and Venezuela. The data obtained by the team can lead to more efficient use and fertilization of agricultural lands.

Science
09 Jun
Multilingual Education during COVID-19: University Teachers from Several Continents and 18 Countries Explored Common and Specific Features of Remote Training

The RUDN University Academic Council Commission on Foreign Languages held its June research seminar in cooperation with international community of language teachers who became part of the international pro-bono project on challenges and solutions to foreign languages training during COVID-19.

Science
07 Jun
RUDN University Biologists Studied the Effect of Jungles on Global Warming

Biologists from RUDN University described the role of tropical rainforests in the production of methane, the second most harmful greenhouse gas after CO2. It turned out that some areas of rainforests not only consumed methane but also emitted it.

Research projects All projects
Construction of spherically symmetric stationary solutions of the Vlasov-Poisson system of equations describing the stationary distribution of particles in a gravitational field. Obtaining sufficient conditions for confining high-temperature plasma in a “mirror-trap” fusion reactor.

Project leader

Alexander Skubachevskii

In the problem of describing the asymptotic properties of generalized solutions of quasilinear parabolic equations in a neighborhood of the time of the singular exacerbation of the boundary regime (i.e. boundary data), at the present time, it were found limiting restrictions on the intensity of the exacerbation leading to solutions with a non zero but finite measure of the blow- up, i.e. the so-called S-modes are described.

Project leader

Andrey Shishkov

Laboratories and centers All laboratories

Scientific center of nonlinear problems of mathematical physics

The center is a structural subdivision of the S.M. Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute specializes in the field of mathematical physics.

TypeCenter

Interdisciplinary center for Mathematical modelling in Biomedicine

Mathematical modelling in biomedicine is one of rapidly developing scientific disciplines motivated by the fundamental research and by the applications to public health.

TypeCenter

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Events All events
2021
17 Jun
Seminar “Mechano-sensitive blood proteins and their role in cellular hemostasis”
Hemostasis is a complex systemic reaction of the blood to damage or inflammation of the vascular endothelium. This process consists of several stages, from which two main phenomena can be distinguished: platelet aggregation and blood plasma coagulation. Many proteins are involved in the initiation, regulation, and inhibition of these processes, for example, they accelerate fibrin polymerization, platelet aggregation and activation, chemical signaling, and the propagation of coagulation autowaves. Primary cellular hemostasis in arteries, arterioles and venules is based on platelet aggregation at the site of injury.
2021
10 Jun
Seminar “Periodic wave solutions in neural field mathematical models”
In the middle of the last century, a promising area of research in the field of the functioning of neural networks in the cerebral cortex began to actively develop. Research in this direction has a wide practical application.
2021
8 Jun
Seminar “The simplest model of cold plasma”
We consider the reduction of the system of Euler-Maxwell equations describing the so-called cold (electron) plasma to a one-dimensional case. This is the simplest system of equations capable of describing plasma oscillations and their breaking. It is interesting because it allows for analytical consideration.