Because of the upcoming FIFA World Cup the term for migration registration has been changed to just one day after the arrival. This change is applicable to all non-Russian citizens between the 25th of May and the 25th of July.
The researchers of the IKBFU Laboratory of New Magnetic Materials, together with the Department of Magnetism of the Physics Department of the M. Lomonosov Moscow State University developed and studied a new composite material based on ferroelectric and ferromagnetic particles in a polymer matrix.
The researchers of the IKBFU Laboratory of X-ray Optics and Physical Materials Science took part in the international congress on optics and photonics (OPIC-2018). The Congress was held on April 23 - 27, 2018 in Yokohama, Japan. OPIC is one of the largest and most prestigious scientific events in the world, demonstrating the latest optical technologies.
Modern programs of cross-border cooperation in Europe should be comprehensive, and be structured around marine basins. It was the conclusion of IKBFU team whose research results were accepted for publication in the leading foreign journal on the coastal area management (“Ocean and Coastal Management” journal, published by Elsiever, Great Britain).
On April 20, the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University hosted the Current Stem Cell Therapy and Technology international symposium. The event was timed to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the discovery of stem cells by the German Professor Franz Ernst Christian Neumann who lived and worked in Königsberg, today Kaliningrad. He was the first to suggest that the bone marrow was the site of new blood cell production. Neumann’s hypothesis described in 1868 largely corresponded to the findings of the Russian researcher Aleksandr Maksimov, which were published in 1909.
A research team from the IKBFU developed two pipe modelling pieces of software within a federal research and technology excellence programme. This software is designed to calculate the stress-strain state of metal for manufacturing curled skelps for LSAW pipes and to compute strain regime and calibrating passes for producing LSAW pipes.
Dr Pavel Maslennikov, an Associate Professor in the IKBFU’s Institute of Living Systems presented his findings at the largest geosciences conference – the European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU 2018). The conference was held in Vienna (Austria). The Assembly showcased disciplinary and interdisciplinary oral, poster, and PICO presentations covering the whole range of geosciences.
If you’re looking for a summer or autumn school in 2018 the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University would be delighted to welcome you onto one of our new academic schools exploring and discussing a wide range of topics in a variety of fields of science.
Please choose from our range of summer-autumn schools for 2018.
2018 is a year to celebrate two important milestones in the history of social semiotics – publication of landmark books in 1978 and 1988. Forty years ago, Michael Halliday issued Language as a Social Semiotic. Ten years after, Robert Hodge and Gunther Kress published Social Semiotics. To mark these two important anniversaries the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University holds the conference Social Science as Social Semiotics as a part of wider research and education program Baltic Modes of Social Semiotics.
RIA Novosti news agency and the 5-100 programme have been running a popular science infographics project "10 inventions that will change the world".
The project presents unique developments of Russian researchers in the following nominations - Energy Sources, Security, Medicine and Health, and Optics.
IKBFU neural device "Balalaika" (the project manager - Natalia Shusharina) has been shortlisted.