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Bauman Moscow State Technical University.   El № FS 77 - 48211.   ISSN 1994-0408

# 07, July 2015

Machine Building and Engineering Science

The Analysis of Design Parameters of Thread Milling Cutters
# 07, July 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0715.0779372
O.V. Malkov, M.Yu. Stepanova
pp. 76-95
Creation Problems of Control System of the Lower Limbs Exoskeleton with Hydraulic Cylinders
# 07, July 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0715.0779441
E.K. Lavrovsky, E.V. Pismennaya, P.A. Komarov
pp. 96-114
Microarc Oxidation of the High-Silicon Aluminum AK12D Alloy
# 07, July 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0715.0779403
S.K. Kiseleva, L.I Zainullina, M.M. Abramova, N.Yu. Dudareva, I.V. Alexandrov
pp. 115-128
Using CUDA Technology for Defining the Stiffness Matrix in the Subspace of Eigenvectors
# 07, July 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0715.0791286
Yu.V. Berchun, I.A. Kiselev, A.S. Hahalin, E.A. Sycheva, T.D. Petrova, V.E. Yablokov
pp. 129-145

Aeronautical and Rocket Space Engineering

Ambient Background Noise under Acoustic Tests of Aircrafts at the Local Aerodrome
# 07, July 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0715.0782827
V.G. Kazhan, P.A. Moshkov, V.F. Samokhin
pp. 146-170
Methodical Specifics of Thermal Experiments with Thin Carbon Reinforced Plates
# 07, July 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0715.0781946
O.V. Denisov, D.S. Minakov, A.A. Kirbay
pp. 171-184

Instrument Engineering, Metrology and Information-Measuring Devices and Systems

Comparative Study of Gas Reconstruction Robust Methods for Multicomponent Gas Mixtures
# 07, July 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0715.0786087
V.A. Gorodnichev, T.K. Antonuk, M.L. Belov, V.V. Nazarov
pp. 185-197

Informatics, Computer Science_and_Management

Identification of Nonlinear Dynamic Systems Possessing Some Non-linearities
# 07, July 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0715.0789774
Y.N. Pavlov, V.M. Nedashkovskii, E.A. Tihomirova
pp. 217-234
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Foreign Education

PAKISTAN: Education Body Plans Five New Universities, 36 Campuses
# 07, July 2015
The Higher Education Commission plans to set up five new universities and 36 campuses besides upgrading nine existing institutions into fully-fledged university campuses across the country, writes Riazul Haq for The Express Tribune.The ambitious plan, which integrates the government’s vision of maximum area coverage in terms of higher education at district and provincial levels, will materialise in the next three years, Higher Education Commission documents outline.
MOROCCO: Arts Graduates are a Burden – Minister
# 07, July 2015
Lahcen Daoudi, the minister of higher education, said earlier this month in Rabat that holders of a BA in arts and humanities will be a burden on their families and on the community, writes Larbi Arbaoui for Morocco World News.During his speech at the inauguration of the new branch of professional baccalaureate in Rabat, the minister said that many arts and humanities graduates go back home with “no practical knowledge” that will help them find work. According to the minister, this problem is mainly caused by “the gap between education and the labour market demands”, leading the students to become unemployed and “a burden on society”.
GREECE: Universities Lose Access to Digital Journals
# 07, July 2015
The latest victims of Greece’s crisis have been students and academics who have lost access to electronic journals, a vital source to continue their research and studies, due to non-payment, writes Anastasios Papapostolou for the Greek Reporter.The Hellenic Academic Libraries Link, or HEAL-Link, the internet portal that provides scientists in many Greek universities and research institutes with access to electronic journals, did not pay the subscription to its 27 publishers that provide those texts.
United Kingdom: Government Identifies 190 Fake Universities
# 07, July 2015
A government service exposing fake, online universities has identified 190 bogus institutions selling qualifications as part of a multi-million pound industry, writes Callum Paton for International Business Times.The Higher Education Degree Datacheck, commissioned by the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, has discovered institutions such as the “University of Wolverhamton” (the “p” is missing) and Manchester University (University of Manchester is genuine) passing off degrees to unsuspecting students and willing fraudsters.
THAILAND: New Regional Timetable Overlooks Climatic Differences
# 07, July 2015
Lecturers from universities across Thailand have called for the government to forget about unity within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, and bring back the old academic timetable which keeps Thai universities closed during the hot season, writes Terry Fredrickson for Bangkok Post.In anticipation of the ASEAN Economic Community, Thailand recently changed its university semester dates to match other countries in ASEAN. Under the new timetable, the first semester runs from August to December and the second semester from January to May. Universities are closed from June to July, rather than April and May, the hottest months.
United Kingdom: Last All-male Oxford College Opens Doors to Women
# 07, July 2015
Oxford University's last remaining single-sex college will open its doors to women undergraduates following a recent vote, making it the last of the university's institutions to do so.Oxford traces its history to the 11th century and boasts British Prime Minister David Cameron and former US president Bill Clinton as alumni. The last all-female college went mixed in 2008.
VENEZUELA: Professors on $30 a Month Flee Abroad for Better Jobs
# 07, July 2015
Venezuela has already lost many of its brightest young professionals to better paying jobs in more stable countries, and now the South American country is also losing the professors who trained them, writes Jorge Rueda for Associated Press.College professors in this socialist country plagued by a cash crunch, shortages and spiralling inflation are abandoning their jobs in droves, unable or unwilling to survive on salaries as minuscule as US$30 per month at the widely used black market exchange rate.
CHINA: Universities Face Rising Survival Crisis
# 07, July 2015
Despite the huge army of high school seniors pursuing higher education, Chinese universities face a growing survival crisis after decades of explosive expansion as the number of students taking what is generally considered the single most important test any Chinese person can take, the gaokao, has fallen for five straight years since 2009, reports Xinhua.The number of test-takers peaked at 10.5 million in 2008. This year, about 9.42 million Chinese high school graduates, slightly less than the population of Sweden, were to sit for the famously stressful college entrance examination earlier this month.

History of Progress

Leon Theremin (1896 – 1993)
# 07, July 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0715.0800874
УДК: 929
V.P. Samokhin, K.V. Mescherinova
A brief review of main works and achievements of Leon Serge Theremin is presented, outstanding Soviet inventor, creator of the world's first musical instrument - Aetherphon, rhythmicon, terpsiton. They also de-veloped the world's first mechanical television system the large-interlaced scanning mirror, a number of burglar alarms and devices for special purposes. The information about the pedigree Theremin, the interesting facts of his life and work, including details of his schooling, culture amateur radio, military service, uni-versity education, works at the Leningrad Physico-Technical Institute, touring performances in Europe and the U.S., as well as features use his instrument and apparatus for intruder alarm. Theremin described contacts with famous composers, artists, scientists, the specificity of its intelligence activities, work in the im-prisonment and life in recent years.
 
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