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Information Innovative Technologies: Materials of the International scientific–рractical conference

Association of graduates and employees of AFEA named after prof. Zhukovsky, 2022.

Article
Suppression of fluctuations in a two-band superconductor with a quasi-one-dimensional band

Shanenko, A. A., Saraiva, T. T., Vagov, A. et al.

Physical Review B: Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 2022. Vol. 105. No. 21. P. 214527-1-214527-11.

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Research of Mathematical Models for Assessing the Pumping Flashtubes Failure Rate
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Уркунов А. К., Korolev P., Ivanov I. et al.

In bk.: Международный московский IEEE-семинар (MWENT-2022). 2022. P. 1-6.

Working paper
Software Complex for the Numerical Solution of the Isotropic Imaginary-Axis Eliashberg Equations

Ikhsanov R., Mazur E. A., Kagan M.

Working papers by Cornell University. Cornell University, 2022. No. 2202.01452.

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240 Million Kilometres: HSE Satellite Spends a Year in Orbit

240 Million Kilometres: HSE Satellite Spends a Year in Orbit
A year ago, on March 22, 2021, at 9:07 Moscow time, a Soyuz-2.1a rocket with a Fregat upper stage was successfully launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome Site 31. The launch vehicle carried 38 satellites, including the CubeSX-HSE satellite developed through the joint efforts of experts and students from the HSE University Laboratory of Space Vehicles and Systems’ Functional Safety of the HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (HSE MIEM) and Sputnix, a privately-owned space company.

HSE University Participates in Satellite Navigation Monitoring Project

HSE University Participates in Satellite Navigation Monitoring Project
A team of HSE students is taking part in the development of a Russian satellite automatic identification system (AIS) to monitor sea navigation. The aim of the project is to track the locations of vessels and adjust their routes, including in the Arctic along the Northern Sea Route.