Magnitogorsk Мaterials Week, Autumn 2019: Summary

November 22nd became the final day of Magnitogorsk Materials Week, Autumn 2019. For five days researchers from Russia, Italy and the UK were presenting lectures on the subject of severe plastic deformation of metallic materials.

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Magnitogorsk Materials Week: Fall 2019 started at NMSTU

Magnitogorsk Materials Week is officially opened! Today NMSTU started the international workshop on “Severe plastic deformation of metallic materials” (Magnitogorsk Materials Week: Fall 2019).

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Peoples’ Friendship at NMSTU

NMSTU’s vice rector for international affairs Alexey Korchunov met with foreign students who are studying at NMSTU under academic mobility programmes. Students from Bulgaria, Italy and France shared with the vice rector what they thought about their living and studying in Magnitogorsk. This meeting was to mark the International Students’ Day.

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Innovative Products of NMSTU and Exorise Enter International Market

Three models of exoskeletons having different functionality and applications were displayed at the 25th International Industrial Exhibition Metal-Expo 2019. This innovative product is the result of collaboration between RnD MGTU and Exorise.

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Greetings from the Czech Republic!

The NMSTU students, studying at the Technical University of Ostrava under the exchange program, send their regards from the Czech Republic to their fellow students and teachers!

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We invite you to the international workshop

On the 18th-22nd of November, as part of Magnitogorsk Materials Week (Autumn 2019), NMSTU’s Mechanics of Gradient Nanomaterials Laboratory to hold the workshop: Severe Plastic Deformation of Metallic Materials.

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R&D results of NMSTU at the Fashion Week

Models walked on the runway wearing X-Soft exoskeletons. Moscow Fashion Week during the fashion show of designer Leka saw industrial exoskeletons, joint development by R&D NMSTU and Exorise.

Before the soft exoskeleton entered a main runway of Russia, it was tested at various industrial sites, including the largest iron and steel companies, namely PJSC Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works and PJSC Severstal.

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Forgotten Treasure. After 30 Years NMSTU Researcher Unveils Ancient Coins

The NMSTU professor Mikhail Abramzon has published the so far largest collection of ancient Bosporan coins dating back to the 3rd-4th centuries AD, which had been stored at the Anapa Museum of Archeology for 30 years. The treasure of 1,061 coins shed light on certain historical periods, and namely, the rule of the Bosporan kings Radamsades and Rescuporid VI and the process of inflation during the Later Bosporus period.

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