Tomsk physicists propose to use mosses for efficient environmental monitoring

Physicists from Tomsk Polytechnic University developed a new method for environmental monitoring using mosses. The new approach can be used for the assessment of air quality in the cities.

Cited scientists: December 2018

The positive dynamics of TPU publication activity in 2018 is proved with the increase of the number of publications in the Q1 and Q2 highly rated journals and the citation...

TPU scientists collect the world’s largest collection of coal samples

TPU collection consists of over 10 thousand samples of coal and coal-bearing rocks. Part of them was commented in an article recently published in the International Journal of Coal Geology....

A balancing technique for people with special needs

A group of 15 students with disabilities exercises at the specialized simulator to develop equilibrium. Data obtained helped the researchers to identify patterns in the movements of impaired people.

TPU early-career scientists received medals of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow

Anatoliy Konkov and Mikhail Shevelev were honored for a series of research papers devoted to the study of properties of polarization radiation of relativistic electrons from macroscopic structures.

Scientists: huge reserves of iron in Western Siberia might originate from under an ancient sea

TPU scientists and their colleagues from India propose an upward concept of the origin of the Bakchar deposit.

TPU professor develops efficient 5G algorithms and feasible underwater wireless communications

Professor Nalin Jayakody, the head of Tomsk Infocomm Lab, is a world-renowned expert in wireless communications, especially for 5G communications.

Scientists to combine ultrasonic, vibration and heat for flaw detection in aviation

TPU researchers are developing a system combining three methods of non-destructive testing including a vibrational, a resonant ultrasonic and a thermal ones.

Four TPU participants become the best at the conferences on isotope technologies and applications

About 300 early-career scientists, postgraduate students, and students from the universities of Russia, Czech Republic, China, Nigeria, Brazil, Australia, India, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan took part in the conference.

A wildfire prediction system to test in Baikal area

Researchers develop mathematical models for predicting wildfires based on the characteristics of forest species, the physics of fire spreading, and anthropogenic activity in a particular area.

TPU chemists win 2018 Made in Russia Award

A research team led by As.Prof. Pavel Postnikov received 2018 Made in Russia Award in the nomination Science and Technology.

A shelter dog first benefits a leg implant with TPU biocoating

TPU scientists applied a biocoating on the hind leg prosthesis which was successfully implanted by Novosibirsk veterinarians for the first time in Russia.

The first multimedia contest reveals the best papers of early-career scientists

A Raman spectroscopy study won in the TPU contest of scientific paper visualization.

A high-performance nanopowder facility for metal 3D printing

The project is designed for 2018-2020 and supported by the Russian Science Foundation.

Photonic hook plasmon: scientists obtain a new class of curved beams for biosensors and nanoparticle control

The obtained photonic plasmon hook is much smaller than the Airy rays. The curvature of beams is close to the size of the plasmon wavelength, which makes it possible to...

TPU students design one of the top three best children’s construction kits in Russia

The construction kit received positive feedback from the representatives of the industry. As a result it was awarded the second place and invited to a pitch session for investors from...

Leading scientists from Taiwan and Russia discussing the development of novel promising materials in Tomsk

The joint symposium of Taiwan-Russian research cooperation Development of Functional Materials of Different Applications is held on 23-24 October 2018 in Tomsk.

Leading Russian researchers study greenhouse gases in the Arctic expedition

The expedition is based on the flagship of the Russian scientific fleet Academician M. Keldysh. Scientists carry out a complex of biogeochemical, geophysical and geological studies.

Scientists succeed to control the wettability of a material and ensured its self-cleaning

TPU chemists together with Czech colleagues managed to achieve an almost instant material response by combining physical and chemical methods.

TPU scientists develop an inverted exoskeleton for rehabilitation of patients after stroke

A few scientific teams from TPU and qualified rehabilitation physicians are involved in the creation of a robotic complex for the rehabilitation of immobilized patients.