TOMSK, Mar 22 – RIA Tomsk. Young scientists of Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) became
guest lecturers at universities of Finland and Italy; polytechnicians will tell
local students about research in the field of big data and non-destructive
testing, is reported on Friday on the website of the university.
It is specified that Maxim Gubin, a scientist from the
Division for Information Technology of TPU, will give lectures at Vaasa
University of Applied Sciences (Finland), and junior researcher of Research
School of High-Energy Physics received the invitation to Polytechnic University
of Bari (Italy).
Non-destructive testing in Italian
Darya Derusova conducts her research in the field of
various methods of non-destructive testing, which can be used to detect the
smallest defects in composite materials. Such materials are used, for example,
when creating aircraft and rocket technology.
According to the press service, this week Tomsk
resident gives lectures on the methods of ultrasound and optical infrared
thermography, on the basics of acoustics and thermal non-destructive testing.
"TPU - is one of the few research centers in
Russia where studies are conducted in the field of ultrasound and optical
infrared thermography. Our scientists regularly publish their research results
in high-ranking international journals, they are told in the media", - Derusova
is quoted in the message.
According to her, after one of such news in
English-speaking media, colleagues from the city of Bari contacted polytechnics
and invited Darya as a lecturer.
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“Lectures - are good opportunity to get acquainted
with a new potential partner for further scientific work. There is also a
thermal control laboratory here, so I think it will be interesting for us to
share experience”, - believes Derusova.
Big data for Finland
At the beginning of April, new lecturer experience to
forthcome to the polytechnician Gubin.
"I gave lectures at TPU last spring for Russian
and Finnish students who came to the Russian-Finnish school devoted to big data
technologies. After it, I was invited to Vaasa University of Applied Sciences.
Two levels of lectures - for freshmen who are just starting their acquaintance
with Big Data technologies and machine learning, and already for more trained
listeners", - says Maxim Gubin.
As the press service of Tomsk University notes, Gubin
gained experience working with colossal amounts of data during a project at the
Large Hadron Collider: together with colleagues he creates software to detect
anomalies in the computer network of the "ATLAS" project.