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Research

Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics implements a concentrated model of research and has firmly positioned itself in fundamental science and in knowledge and technology markets.

Priority lines of research at TUSUR correspond to priority directions of science, technique and technology identified by the Russian Federation, as well as critical technologies and key directions of global scientific and technological development.

These priority lines of research include:

  1. Nanotechnology

    Research topics: ultra-high frequency nanoelectronics; optoelectronics and nanophotonics; plasma emission electronics (nanomaterials and coatings).

  2. Radiotechnical and telecommunication systems

    Research topics: radiolocation systems; dissemination of waves in the radio frequency and acoustic range; communication and radiometric systems, pulse and radio frequency measurements.

  3. Intelligent power electronics

    Research topics: control systems and ground testing of space equipment; system of high-frequency electric energy transformation; energy-saving systems of electric energy transportation, distribution and consumption.

  4. Intelligent information systems and control systems, information security

    Research topics: creation of intelligent control systems; automated systems of information processing and control.

  5. Innovations

    Research topics: innovative management of the process of science-intensive product creation; universities as centres of Russian innovative economy development.

TUSUR is in possession of established scientific traditions and world-class research teams. Relying on these advantages TUSUR makes a significant scientific contribution to the development of the five above-mentioned disciplines and steadily increases its impact in each of them.

Highly qualified faculty ensures success of efforts in pursuit of undertaken priority lines of research, which is why TUSUR makes sure that its faculty and staff comprise both respectable scholars who used to take part in large-scale Soviet radiolocation and rocket and space projects and young researchers joining in today.