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SSEU got scientific grants

March 06, 2020

The beginning of 2020 was marked by pleasant events for SSEU: scientific teams of SSEU won grants for scientific projects.

In January 2020tThe Russian Foundation for Basic Research summed up the results of the Contest of Basic Research Projects. Among the winning projects was the project "Methodology and Tools of Modeling the Dynamics of Regional Branch Cycles for Balanced and Sustainable Spatial Development of Russia" presented by the University research team under the supervision of Professor V.K. Semenychev.

Relevance of the project is justified by the trends of increasing cyclicality of the world economy, the tasks and priorities of the Strategy of Spatial Development of the Russian Federation for the period until 2025, focused on balanced and sustainable spatial development of the regions. The aim of the project is to develop methodology and tools for modeling the dynamics of mesoeconomic indicators, aimed at predicting industry-specific regional cycles for balanced and sustainable spatial development of Russia. The methodology and tools are designed to create scientific and methodological support to calculate and identify the stages of short- and medium-term cycles of the Russian regions in the context of promising economic specializations. The study will be implemented with financial support from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research in 2020-2022.

The research will be implemented with the financial support of RFBR in 2020-2022. The "History of the Motherland" Foundation summarized the results of the Contest of the projects to support exhibition and exposition activities. Among the winning projects was the project "People of the world: Russian response to the challenges of technological revolutions of the twentieth century". Mobile exhibition to the 100th anniversary of the GOELRO plan", presented by scientific team of the University under the Supervision of Doctor of Science, Professor N.F. Tagirova.

The traveling exhibition is devoted to the 100th anniversary of the GOELRO plan and promotion of the advanced experience of technological industrial development of Russia. The exhibition includes 7 thematic sections, which will give an overview of technological revolutions in Russia in the twentieth century, the ideas of electrification in Russia, the main elements of the GOELRO plan, biographies and personal stories of its initiators, creators and performers, the results and multiplier effect of the electric revolution in Russia will be reconstructed, the impact of the Russian experience of the GOELRO plan on international practice of the electric power industry will be shown. The certain section of the exhibition will be dedicated to G.M. Krzhizhanovsky, a native citizen of Samara, the main author of the GOELRO project and an outstanding scientist in the field of power engineering.

This is the first time SSEU has won the Motherland History Foundation grant!We sincerely congratulate the winners and wish them successful project implementation!