Tomsk State University
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National Research Tomsk State University, TSU (Russian: Национа́льный иссле́довательский То́мский госуда́рственный университе́т) is a public research university located in Siberia, Russia. On May 28, 1878, Emperor Alexander II signed a decree on the establishment of the first and only higher education institution in the vast expanses from the Russian Urals to the Pacific Ocean – the Siberian Imperial University in Tomsk, Russia. The TSU is the first Russian university in Asia.
Национа́льный иссле́довательский То́мский госуда́рственный университе́т
|Motto||Mens Mundo Aperiens|
|Endowment||₽ 33 million (2018)|
|President||Dr. Georgiy V. Mayer|
|Rector||Dr. Eduard V. Galazhinsky|
36 Lenin Ave.,
TSU was opened in 1888. The first classes for the first 72 students began on September 1, 1888 at the single, Medical Faculty. Classes were given by eight professors, aided by seven assistants and laboratory technicians. Professor Nikolai Gezekhus was appointed the first rector of the University.
At present, there are 23 Faculties and Institutes with 151 Departments and about 23,000 students (among them are about 2,000 international students).
The University's pride is its Scientific Library (4 million copies, the rare book museum) and the Siberian Botanical Garden.
In 2018, asteroid 343322 Tomskuniver was named in honor of Tomsk State University.
|Faculty of||Founded in|
|Mechanics and Mathematics||1948|
|Physics and Engineering||1963|
|Applied Mathematics and Cybernetics||1970|
|Geology and Geography||1933|
|Institute of Law||1897|
|Institute of Economics and Management||2016|
|Institute of Arts and Culture||1994|
|Higher IT School||2017|
|Global – Overall|
|Regional – Overall|
|THE Emerging Economies||36|
|National – Overall|
|Ria Novosti National||3|
National Research Tomsk State University is often regarded as one of the best universities in Russia as well as one of the best in BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) and the former Soviet-Union. Additionally, it often ranks within the top-250 in global ratings. As of 2017, National Research Tomsk State University was the overall third best classical university in Russia according to RIA Novosti—outperformed only by Moscow State University and Ural Federal University.
The university has also been historically recognised as one of the most important universities in Russia and the Soviet Union, having been awarded various medals during Soviet Times, such as the Order of the October Revolution and Order of the Red Banner of Labour as well as being one of the nine universities in Russia to have received the title "National Research".
Strategic Academic UnitsEdit
StrAUs are Strategic Academic Units that focused on the study of the transformation taking place with the man, society, and the natural and man-made environment.
TSU has 4 StrAUs, Institute of Biomedicine, Institute of the Human of the Digital Era, Institute of Smart Materials and Technology and Siberian Institute of the Future.
The Research LibraryEdit
The Research Library and Tomsk State University were opened in the same year, 1888. The founder of the library was Vasily Florinskiy – physician and writer, organizer of Tomsk University. Both Tomsk State University and the Research Library was given a status of a Particularly Valuable Object of the Cultural Heritage of the Peoples of the Russian Federation. In 2016 The Library contained 3.8 million depositary units, including over 124,000 manuscripts and rare books.
SKIF Cyberia SupercomputerEdit
In 2006, Tomsk State University was one of the 17 universities to win in the Russian competition of innovative educational programs. One of the results of this competition was the formation of the Tomsk State University's supercomputing cluster jointly funded by the federal government and co-financing from the extra budgetary funds of the university and assembled by T-Platforms.
At the initial time of inauguration, it was one of the top 100 supercomputers on the planet. And, for more than a year, it was the fastest supercomputer in both Eastern Europe and the CIS.
It has since been modernised several times. Once in 2010. And, again in 2015. As of September 2018, the cluster has 11.8 terabytes of memory, 564 Xeon 5150s, 696 Xeon 5670s, 50 Xeon E5-2695 V3s, and 50 Tesla K80s for a total peak performance of 106.82 teraflops.
- Aleksey Aleksandrovich Kulyabko - Graduated as a doctor of medicine from Tomsk University in 1893, became the first person to revive a heart 20 hours after death, was a professor at Tomsk University from 1903 to 1924, received the distinguished professor award in 1918, and was a founder of the School of Physiology.
- Nikolay Aleksandrovich Gezehus - First rector of Tomsk University (1888 to 1889), professor and founder of physics research at the university.
- Nikolay Feofanovich Kaschenko - Professor and founder of the school of vertebrate zoology at Tomsk University, member of Ukrainian SSR Academy of Sciences, rector of Tomsk University (1893 to 1895), and professor of the Kiev Polytechnic Institute.
- Sergey Psakhie - Graduate and former professor of Tomsk State University, Chairman of the Presidium of the Tomsk Scientific Centre of the Siberian Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
- Alexei Didenko - Graduate of Tomsk State University law faculty (2005), deputy of Tomsk Oblast duma, and regional coordinator of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia.
- Antonina Polozhy - Graduated Tomsk in 1939, she became a professor at the university and excelled in the botanical field.
- Ivan Petrovich Pavlov - Professor and head of pharmacology for a brief period in 1890. Later, he became the first Russian Nobel laureate after winning the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1904.
- Henry Dunant - Honorary member of Tomsk University in 1910. In 1901, he was awarded the first Nobel Peace Prize.
- Nikolay Nikolayevich Semyonov - Junior assistant in the physics faculty. In 1956, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
- Mikhail Alekseeevich Krivov
- Chester K. Hansen
- Vladimir Yevseyevich Zuev
- Aleksey Matveevich Lipanov
- Aleksandr Petrovich Bychkov
- Viktor Melkhiorovich Kress
- Judith Marquand
- Victor Petrovich Orlov
- Viktor Yevgenievich Panin
- Gennady Viktorovich Sakovich
- Vladimir Mikhailovich Filippov
- Aleksandr Nikolayevich Tikhonov
- Viktor Antonovich Sadovnichy
- Gennady Andreyevich Mesyats
- Mikhail Vsevolodovich Kabanov
- Zhores Ivanovich Alfyorov
- Aleksey Emilyevich Kontorovich
- Eric Remacle
- Aleksandr Leonidovich Aseyev
- Ivan Mikhailovich Bortnik
- Vladimir Aleksandrovich Dzhanibekov
- Terrence Vincent Callaghan
- Vladimir Yevgenyevich Fortov
- Harald zur Hausen
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- "QS Top BRICS Rankings 2019". www.topuniversities.com.
- "THE Emerging University Rankings 2018". www.timeshighereducation.com.
- "RIA Classical University Rankings Russia 2017". www.ria.ru.
- "RIA Classical University Rankings Russia 2017". www.ria.ru.
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