The scholar school of the National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering is the leading scholar school of the Russian Federation!
The RF President’s grants for the state support of young Russian scholars and leading scholar schools of the Russian Federation in 2018-2019 have been awarded.
Pursuant to the Provisions for the issuance the RF President’s grants, approved by Decree 216, issued by the RF Government on April 27, 2005, following the expert evaluation of the bids for the RF President’s grants to be issued in 2018 – 2019, performed by the RF President’s Grant Council in late 2017, the scholar school of NRU MGSU “Theory and Analysis of Systems in Civil Engineering (System Engineering in Construction)”, headed by professor A.A. Volkov, has been acknowledged the leading scholar school of the Russian Federation. This scholar school will take advantage of the two years’ state support of the research project “Cyber-physical Construction Systems”.
This scholar school was founded in 1974 by A.A. Gusakov, member of the Academy of Sciences. Hereby NRU MGSU congratulates the whole team of the scholar school on this academic victory; professor A.A. Volkov, leader of this scholar school, was awarded the title of the Laureate of the RF President’s grant for the fifth time (in 2007 – 08, 2011-12, and 2013-14 professor Volkov was personally awarded the title of the Laureate of the RF President’s grant issued in support of young Russian researchers - holders of the title of Doctor of Sciences, while in 2014-15 and 2018-19 professor A.A. Volkov was awarded the title of the Laureate of the RF President’s grant in the capacity of the leader of the scholar school).
For reference: according to the concept, adopted by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation together with the RF President’s Grant Council, 50 teams of researchers were acknowledged the leading scholar schools of the Russian Federation on the basis of the results of the 2018 contest. These teams are headed by young researchers, and only eight of them specialize in technology and engineering.
Other projects developed by the scholar schools headed by other young researchers of NRU MGSU, including professor E.V. Korolev, professor O.V. Mkrtychev, professor S.B. Sborschikov, and professor K.P. Grabovyy, also submitted to the contest, will enjoy the support from our university.
The university also congratulates our colleagues from the Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shoukhov and St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, as their scholar schools, headed by the young researchers (professor V.V. Strokova, the Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shoukhov, “Development of physical and chemical principles for the comprehensive modification of hydration hardened materials exposed to the plasma-chemical treatment of surfaces employed to develop coatings which are structurally linked to the matrix of composites”; professor V.V. Asaul, St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, “Intensification of Russia’s economic growth through formation of well-developed competitive advantages in the construction industry using elements of digital economy”) are also winners of this contest.
NRU MGSU congratulates other winners of the RF President’s grants issued in the support of young Russian scholars - candidates and doctors of sciences, including our colleagues from the Tomsk State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (O.G. Volokitin, DSc, “Development of research fundamentals for the electric plasma technology used in the production of silicate melts from the feed containing up to 100% of silica”; K.E. Filyushina, PhD, “Development and feasibility study of the choice of spatial planning and structural solutions for low-storey construction projects with a view to improvement of their power efficiency and saving”), the National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University (A.I. Rodin, PhD, “Development and assimilation of power efficient ecological construction materials of the new generation made of waste generated in the course of production of rock wool, resistant to the aggressive impact of biological environments and external factors”), the Kazan State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (R.A. Ibragimov, PhD, “Physicochemical fundamentals of structurization processes underway inside building composites in the course of activation of binders in the swirl layer”; R.H. Mukhametrakhimov, PhD, “Structurization, properties, and technology of new modified fibre composite materials used in the construction of low-grade raw materials and production wastes”), Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shoukhov (V.V. Nelyubova, PhD, “Development of generalized principles for the control over structurization of cellular composites of autoclaved and non-autoclaved hardening at different production stages”), Samara State Technical University (D.A. Panfilov, PhD, “”Research into the stress-strained state of reinforced concrete structures, made of high strength concretes (up to B200) with account for their behaviour at high temperatures).