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SCIENCE & EDUCATION

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

# 09, September 2016

Machine Building and Engineering Science

Rolling of Multilayer Composition Based on High-Carbon and Low-Carbon Steels
# 09, September 2016
DOI: 10.7463/0916.0846195
A.S. Shinkaryov, M.O. Mironova, E.A. Salmanov, S.D. Skachkov
pp.1-10

Instrument Engineering, Metrology and Information-Measuring Devices and Systems

Experimentally studied Configuration Method of Radio-Monitoring Complex Upon Detection of Air Targets
# 09, September 2016
DOI: 10.7463/0916.0846254
A.V. Timoshenko, A.N. Ganiev, P.N. Khazov, Yu.I. Serebryakov, I.V. Chebotar
pp. 11-23
Comparative Signal-to-Noise Ratio Assessment for the Atmospheric Sounder Lidars with Eye-Safe Laser Wavelengths
# 09, September 2016
DOI: 10.7463/0916.0845030
P.A. Filimonov, S.E. Ivanov, M.L. Belov, V.A. Gorodnichev, A.V. Kuvshinov
pp. 24-34
Modeling the Output Parameters of a Continuous Wave Double Clad Single Mode Ytterbium Fiber Laser
# 09, September 2016
DOI: 10.7463/0916.0844300
D.A. Dvoreckii, M.A. Negin, S.G. Sazonkin, L.K. Denisov
pp. 35-44

Informatics, Computer Science_and_Management

Dynamic Indicator Predictability Assessment Based on Rank Correlation Coefficient
# 09, September 2016
DOI: 10.7463/0916.0845015
Yu.M. Krakovsky, A.N. Luzgin
pp. 60-73
A Model-Based Method for Permanent Parameter Tuning of Optimization Algorithms
# 09, September 2016
DOI: 10.7463/0916.0844601
T. A. Agasiev, A.P. Karpenko
pp. 92-110
Robust Estimation in Auto-regression Random Coefficient Model
# 09, September 2016
DOI: 10.7463/0916.0844976
V.B. Goryainov, S.Yu. Ermakov
pp. 111-122

Mechanics

The Calculation of Operating Stresses in the Main Oil Pipeline Taking into Account Residual Welding Stresses
# 09, September 2016
DOI: 10.7463/0916.0846629
A.M. Pokrovsky, S.S. Avagimov, E.I. Dubovitsky
pp. 123-137
Estimating the Elastic Properties of the Carbon Nanotube-Reinforced Composite Matrix
# 09, September 2016
DOI: 10.7463/0916.0844318
V.S. Zarubin, E.S. Sergeeva, S.I. Shishkina
pp. 155-170
Appendix

Foreign Education

CHINA: 19 EU Countries Sign Agreements on Degree Recognition
# 09, September 2016
China has signed agreements on the mutual recognition of higher education degrees with 19 European Union member states, including France, Germany and Italy, reports Xinhua.The Chinese Ministry of Education made the announcement at a recent briefing on the China-EU education ministers’ conference and the fourth Education Policy Dialogue between China and Central and Eastern European countries.
INDIA: Amity University Buys College in the US, Eyes Two More
# 09, September 2016
One of India’s largest colleges, Amity University, is expanding into the United States with the purchase of one campus in New York and a proposal to buy two more, drawing opposition from state officials in Massachusetts about the quality of the education it will offer, reports AP.Amity University, a system of private colleges based in New Delhi, paid US$22 million last month to buy a Long Island branch of St John’s University in New York City, which was selling the campus and shifting to a smaller site on Long Island. Amity plans to open its first US branch at the 170-acre, century-old campus after it gains ownership in June 2017.
CANADA: Government Links Equity Requirements to Research Chairs
# 09, September 2016
The federal government is expanding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s commitment to gender equality to include scientific research, reports The Canadian Press.Universities that want in on a newly launched competition for 11 Canada Excellence Research Chairs, or CERC, will be required to prove they have detailed equity plans and recruitment strategies that promote the participation of women and other under-represented groups in the programme. There are currently 27 such research chairs at universities across the country; only one is a woman.
UNITED KINGDOM: Huge Increase in Number of Graduates 'Bad for Economy'
# 09, September 2016
The government is being urged to end the political drive to get more people into university after new research showed that graduates are ‘colonising’ jobs in banking, education, the police and estate agency that were the preserve of school-leavers in the past, writes Larry Elliott for the Guardian.The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, or CIPD, said the notion of a tertiary education premium is being called into question by graduates’ average debt of £44,000 (US$53,600) and official estimates that 45% of loans would never be paid off.
NETHERLANDS: Dutch Research “Needs Extra €1 Billion”
# 09, September 2016
The Netherlands must spend an extra €1 billion (US$1.1 billion) a year to maintain the excellence of Dutch scientific research, its universities have argued.“The current [government] has not invested enough in innovation and research,” said Karl Dittrich, who heads VSNU, the university umbrella group that represents 14 research-intensive institutions. “It is as if we have been treading water for two years, not making advances,” Dittrich told the website Nu.nl, reported English language site DutchNews.nl.
Germany and Sweden Named the Cheapest Places to Attend University
# 09, September 2016
Germany and Sweden have been named the cheapest places to attend university with a combined cost of £6,700 (US$8,760) per year – a fraction of the £18,000 needed to study at an institution in the United Kingdom.Combining tuition fees of £9,000 and an average annual living cost of £9,200, currency and service provider FairFX has found the UK to be one of the most expensive nations in the world to be a student in, while those in continental Europe offer free tuition to UK students. The analysis of the top 200 universities in the world has come on the day the new Times Higher Education World University Rankings have been published. FairFX has found a total of 33 universities in THE’s top 200 offer either free tuition or fees of under £500 a year for those who are accepted, meaning students from the UK only have to cover their living costs, with 47 offering a year of fees for under £1,000.
 
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