Student Research at RUDN
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Always dreamed of making a discovery that would change the world for the better? You can’t stay indifferent to outstanding challenges and unaccomplished tasks, can you? Do you want to write a competitive scientific paper and do your own research led by the top RUDN scientists?
Our Student Research Council (SRC) is willing to give you guidance while you take your first steps in science!
We organize clubs and associations to immerse our students in a professional environment. Here, they will learn to conduct research, write scholarly articles, and practice the rules of thumb. The schedule and frequency of classes are set for each club/association individually at the beginning of the academic year.
You may choose a club/association you like not matter what your department is. If you want to change the course of your scientific activity, we will help you find a research team you like.
Your curators-to-be are RUDN teachers and scientists. Experienced mentors will organize round tables with well-known speakers, as well as debates, trainings, and workshops, and they always come up with new learning formats.
For more details you can always contact persons in charge of student research. Their contact details are available in relevant department files once you decide on your research direction.
Here students are involved in design and digital modeling. If you want to work in a high-tech laboratory or a computer lab, make a DIY race car or a buggy – you are welcome at RUDN design offices. Our students handle engineering cases and offer new architectural projects.
The Student Research Society links students interested in scientific activity, scientists and teachers. It is one of the key student self-government bodies. It brings together active members from all RUDN departments. SRS members are organizers of high-profile scientific conferences and workshops held at the university and key popularizers of science among students.
“SRS promotes interests of activists of the student science. Using SRS, students can develop their organizational and professional skills and qualities required for team work. A RUDN slogan says ‘Be a leader!’ I believe that being part of SRS is being a leader”, Ilya Vlasov, SRS Departmentman.
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One of the Wonders of the World, Hanging Gardens of Babylon – is it a myth or reality? We don’t know that for sure and, unfortunately, we won’t ever see them. But in Germany there is a small flower island where RUDN University students created their own unusual gardens and hundreds of tourists come to the island to look at them. RUDN University students were offered to take part in a competition in Landscape design at an annual exhibition “Seasonal gardens” on Mainau Island. The island is a surprising place – all the territory of 45 hectares is covered with parks and gardens. Every year Mainau receives more than a million guests.
Scientists from the Winogradsky Institute of Microbiology RAS, RUDN University, St. Petersburg State University and the Tyumen Scientific Centre SB RAS studied the microbial communities from several lakes of the Yamal Peninsula. It turned out that methanotrophs (bacteria that use methane as a source of energy) consume methane more actively in the deep mature lakes of the peninsula than in small thermokarst lakes. In this regard, methane emissions into the atmosphere from the surface of deep lakes are low, and only small (relatively younger thermokarst lakes with constitutional ground ice) can make a significant contribution to methane emissions in the north of Western Siberia. Thus, bacteria perform an important function for the climate balance — they reduce the emission of methane into the atmosphere.
RUDN University physicists have described the conditions for the most efficient operation of long mirror-based variant of cyclotron in the autoresonance mode. These data will bring better understanding of plasma processes in magnetic traps.
Chemists from Russia and the USA have improved the method of creating bioactive indole-acetonitrile compounds. Previously, in the course of their synthesis, by-products were obtained — a new method allows them to be avoided. This increases the yield of the final product to 81%.