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SCIENCE & EDUCATION

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

# 09, September 2015

Machine Building and Engineering Science

Numerical Simulation of a Grinding Process for the Spatial Work-pieces: a Model of the Work-piece and Grinding Wheel
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0814388
I.A. Kiselev, I.S. Voronova, A.A. Shirshov, S.M. Nikolaev
pp. 1-16
Grain Refinement of Low Carbon Martensitic Steel by Heat Treatment
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0810545
N.V. Kolebina, V.L. Danilov, S. Frechinet
pp. 43-52

Aeronautical and Rocket Space Engineering

Instrument Engineering, Metrology and Information-Measuring Devices and Systems

Applied Questions of Onboard Laser Radar Equipment Development
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0811999
E.I. Starovoitov, N.E. Zubov
pp. 81-105
Solar Flash Sub-Millimeter Wave Range Spectrum Part Radiation Modeling
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0812079
V.Yu. Shustikov, A.V. Shumov, Yu.T. Tcap, N.A. Jarkova, A.S. Morgachev, G.G. Motorina, E.P. Kontar, V.G. Nagnibeda, V.S. Ryzhov, V.V. Smirnova, P.V. Strekalova
pp. 106-121
Simulation of the Process of Simultaneous Finishing Batch of Work-pieces
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0810635
N.G. Nazarov, I.I. Danilov
pp. 122-134

Informatics, Computer Science_and_Management

Differential Evolution Algorithm for Route Optimization Problems of Engineering Networks
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0800020
O.G. Monahov, E.A. Monakhova, G.Y. Toktoshov
pp. 135-144
Social Graph Community Differentiated by Node Features with Partly Missing Information
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0811704
V.O. Chesnokov, P.G. Klyucharev
pp. 188-199
Method of Increasing Identification Accuracy under Experimental Tests of Dynamic Objects
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0810583
Y.N. Pavlov, D.V. Lapin, E.A. Tihomirova, I.B. Shavirin
pp. 215-224
Model for Estimation of the Data Center Response Time
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0801172
Yu.G. Nesterov
pp. 250-261

Mechanics

The Research of Influence of Blood upon the Dynamics of Artificial Ventricle Rotor on Active Magnetic Bearings
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0811659
E.E. Ovsiannikova, Yu.V. Bogdanova, A.M. Guskov
pp. 298-317
Two-Sided Estimates of Thermo-elastic Characteristics of Dispersed Inclusion Composites
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0811479
V.S. Zarubin, G.N. Kuvyrkin, O.V. Pugachev
pp. 318-335
Updating Turbine Blade FE Model Considering the Modal Parameters Scatter
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0802462
S.M. Nikolaev, V.A. Zhulev, I.A. Kiselev
pp. 336-351
Appendix

General Problems of Engineer Education

Investigations Using a Polygraph in BMSTU
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0811193
УДК: 343.98
A.I. Afonin, M.P. Sychev, Yu.I. Kholodniy
The paper considers dynamics of formation and development of polygraph-using investigations (PUI) at the Department "Information Security" and Regional Training and Research Centre "Security" (RUNTS) in BMSTU. These studies are conducted to make diagnose that a person conceals information on the past events. The paper describes creating a unique lecture and laboratory module in PUI at the Department in 2008. It shows RUNTS activities in 2008-2015, giving assistance to public authorities to use the PUI and, in particular, providing assistance to Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in the advanced training of specialists in PUI and developing a "Typical technique for forensic psychophysiological expertise using a polygraph" for them. The paper shows that the educational process carried out by the Department is reconciled with RUNTS works in the field concerned.

Foreign Education

POLAND: New Measures Aim to Attract More Foreign Students
# 09, September 2015
The Polish government has introduced measures to promote further internationalisation of its higher education system by bringing in more foreign students, writes Matthew Reisz for Times Higher Education.There are currently about 46,000 foreign students studying in Polish universities. This in itself represents an increase of about 10,000 (or close to 30%) over the previous year. Yet new regulations introduced on 7 August are designed to provide further impetus to this trend by making conditions for study and research even more attractive.
VIETNAM: New Model University Project halted
# 09, September 2015
Vietnam will not co-operate with any foreign governments to open more universities until at least 2020, according to a new decision by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, reports VietnamNet Bridge.The prime minister requested a focus on developing the existing two national universities in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City into leading universities which will gradually reach regional and world standards. He also said the three existing universities in the New Model University Project, including the Vietnamese-German University, the Hanoi University of Science and Technology, and the Vietnam-Japan University, needed to be developed into world-class universities.
NETHERLANDS: Universities Get Tougher on Masters Degree Students
# 09, September 2015
An increasing number of Dutch universities are rejecting prospective masters degree students who don’t average scores of at least seven in their bachelor degree subjects, reports DutchNews.nl.According to the Volkskrant, Rotterdam School of Management has introduced a minimum bachelor pass rate for all subjects. Students who wish to study politics at a higher level need an average score of seven in their bachelor degree papers, to write a motivational letter and to pass a test in English to win a place. The same applies to politics in Leiden and is being introduced for archaeology masters degrees.
JAPAN: 26 Universities to Abolish Humanities, Social Sciences
# 09, September 2015
Nearly half of the 60 national universities with humanities and social science faculties plan to abolish those departments in the 2016 academic year or later, according to a survey conducted by The Yomiuri Shimbun.Conducted among presidents of national universities across the country, the survey found that 26 intended to eliminate these departments.The universities will stop recruiting students for a combined total of at least 1,300 places, mainly in their teacher training faculties. Some of these slots will be allocated to newly established faculties.The survey highlighted the wave of reform sweeping over humanities and social science faculties.

History of Progress

160 years of the electromagnetic telegraph Russia
# 09, September 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0915.0813000
УДК: 929
V.P. Samokhin, E.A. Tihomirova
A brief review of the scientific and technological achievements for the first half of the XIX century in the field wiring, as well as the life and work of state councilor, Baron PL Schilling, you-a groundbreaking Rus-sian ethnographer, linguist, cryptographer, the inventor of the world's first electromagnetic telegraph, and communication cables, the author of the first history of undermining mines in the electric wire, the creator of the world's first telegraph code, and the best in the XIX century, a secret code. Schilling is also known as one A.S. Pushkin and creator of the first Russian lithography Russian hussar stormed Paris, a great chess player and the first European explorer of the Tibetan and Mongolian Buddhism. The data on education Schilling, his subsequent service in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Embassy of Russia in the State of Bavaria, contacts with German scientists in Munich, including von Humboldt in the field of linguistics, A. Zenefelder in lithography and T. Soemmering in the field of electricity, to determine its future research interests.
 
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