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

# 10, October 2015

Machine Building and Engineering Science

The Optimizing Method of the Coordinates in the Lathe Cutting Zone
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0823142
Sh. Ji, P.M. Chernyansky
pp. 36-46
Determination of the Tapping Part Diameter of the Thread Mill
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0821197
A.E. Dreval', O.V. Malkov, I.A. Pavluchenkov, D.V. Vinogradov
pp. 74-87

Aeronautical and Rocket Space Engineering

Project, Aerodynamic, Thermal and Ballistic Analysis of a Lifting-Body Reentry Vehicle
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0815132
A.N. Eliseev, V.E. Minenko, A.G. Yakushev, D.N. Agafonov
pp. 88-125
Digital Measuring Devices Used for Injector Hydraulic Test
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0813334
S.N. Leontiev, A.O. Novikov, D.M. Yagodnikov
pp. 161-170

Instrument Engineering, Metrology and Information-Measuring Devices and Systems

Design Technology Aspects of the Millimeter Waveband Phase Shifter Development
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0823162
E.V. Komissarova, V.M. Krehtunov
pp. 194-210
Laser Gas-Analyser for Monitoring a Source of Gas Pollution
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0813348
V.A. Gorodnichev, L.N. Eremenko, Yu.V. Fedotov, M.L. Belov, V.V. Nazarov
pp. 221-234

Informatics, Computer Science_and_Management

Methods of Software Verification
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0823129
R.E. Gurin, I.V. Rudakov, A.V. Rebrikov
pp. 235-251
Optimization of Computations on Related Sets in CUDA
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0820521
G.S. Ivanova, A.A. Golovkov
pp. 271-287
Analysis of the Torque Ripples in Designing a Disk Type Brushless Direct Current Motor
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0820340
A.V. Stepanov, S.I. Maslennikova
pp. 288-301
Technology for Price Management in Industrial Differential Product Market
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0819213
E.V. Orlova, I.S. Ulmasova
pp. 310-330
Multi-memetic Mind Evolutionary Computation Algorithm for Loosely Coupled Systems of Desktop Computers
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0814435
M.K. Sakharov, A.P. Karpenko, Ya.I. Velisevich
pp. 438-452

Mechanics

Mathematical Modeling of a Blood Flow in Flow Path of the Axial Pump of Ventricular Assist Device
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0821220
A.M. Guskov, F.D. Sorokin, E.P. Banin, A.E. Krupnin
pp. 473-488
Appendix

General Problems of Engineer Education

Software Tools for Automated Quantitative Assessment of the Students' Meta-competence. Overview
# 10, October 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1015.0821623
УДК: 519.6
P.P. Belonozhko, V.V. Belous, A.P. Karpenko, D.A. Khramov

Foreign Education

AUSTRALIA: Lesser-known Universities Achieve Best Job Outcomes
# 10, October 2015
Graduates from many of the little-known regional universities have a better chance of getting a job than those from top institutions in big cities, according to new data from the federal government that allows the job outcomes of universities to be compared for the first time, write Tim Dodd and Edmund Tadros for the Australian Financial Review.Top-performing institutions include the Northern Territory's Charles Darwin University and Armidale's University of New England, where 89% of graduates with business and management bachelor degrees have jobs within four months of graduation. In the competitive business and management discipline, these two are closely followed by the New South Wales regional Charles Sturt University, the University of Southern Queensland and Central Queensland University.
UNITED KINGDOM: Scientists Launch Campaign to Oppose EU Exit
# 10, October 2015
Several leading scientists have voiced their support for a campaign for the United Kingdom to stay in the European Union, warning that an exit would harm the country’s research base, writes Emma Stoye for Chemistry World.The ‘Scientists for EU’ advocacy group began as a campaign on social media which was set up by Mike Galsworthy, a research policy specialist and researcher at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Rob Davidson, a data scientist for the online journal GigaScience. The pair set up the group the day after the Conservatives won the UK general election, confirming that a referendum on the country’s EU membership would go ahead.
CANADA: Sharp Rise in Professors Hired to Teach
# 10, October 2015
Many Canadian universities are seeing a sharp increase in the number of professors hired to primarily teach rather than research. While that may be good news for students, the change could threaten the mission of universities, writes Simona Chiose for The Globe and Mail.More than 40 Canadian universities provided The Globe and Mail with data on their faculty ranks. In spite of differences among universities, what becomes clear is that teaching-focused positions have seen consistent and sharp increases at many of the country’s most prominent post-secondary institutions, and the model is growing at smaller universities as well.
VIETNAM: Private Universities Struggle to Attract Students
# 10, October 2015
After a boom in 2005-10, many private-owned universities and colleges in Vietnam are now struggling to survive losses caused by a critical shortage of students.A report in Tuoi Tre newspaper Thursday said around 10 of them have been sold in recent years in the southern region alone.The acquisition market is especially bustling in Ho Chi Minh City, which currently has 74 universities and colleges - the second highest number after Hanoi’s 114 – it said.Private-owned universities and colleges first reported difficulties in enrolling students in 2012, two years after Vietnam's higher education system saw a boom that led to the establishment of 124 schools in 2005-10.That year many private schools only managed to fill up 30-40 percent of their classes, Saigon Giai Phong newspaper recently reported.
NORTH KOREA: Japanese Falls from Favor at Elite Pyongyang University amid Ongoing Diplomatic Tensions
# 10, October 2015
Until a decade ago or so, Japanese was one of the most popular languages studied by elite students in North Korea, even though the two countries have never had good relations, diplomatic or otherwise.But today the situation is very different. At the only North Korean university where students can major in Japanese, classes of the language are sparsely attended, while mastering English or Chinese is increasingly viewed as the surest way to get a good job.When Kyodo News was granted rare access to Pyongyang University of Foreign Studies in September, officials disclosed that only about 40 students are currently specializing in Japanese at the institution.“In 2015, there were very few students wishing to study Japanese,” Kim Son Il, chief of the Japanese department, said. “In the next several years, it is really possible we might see four or five students in the course.”
AUSTRALIA: Group of Eight universities: End Australia's 'broken, mediocre' research system
# 10, October 2015
Australia will not develop the innovative economy envisaged by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull unless it stops rewarding mediocrity and ditches a culture of "every child gets a prize", the nation's most prestigious universities argue.The Group of Eight universities – including the University of Sydney and University of Melbourne – is urging the federal government to fix the country's "broken" research funding system by targeting taxpayer funds at research judged to be of high quality.This includes a contentious push for $680 million in annual funding for PhD and master's research to be restricted to institutions rated at or above world standard in their chosen fields.
 
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