Novosibirsk State University (NSU)
Science. Community. Life.
Year of foundation: 1959
Total students: 7,000 / International students: 1,400
Faculties: 9 / Departments: 115
Rector: Mikhail Fedoruk
NSU provides a unique network of researchers, teachers and science-oriented business leaders.
An enviable plus of the university is its location in Akademgorodok, the scientific centre of Novosibirsk.
This allows close collaboration with leading Russian research institutes also situated in Akademgorodok.
Most NSU faculties combine their teaching with work in these institutes.
NSU aims at training high-profile specialists for science, education and science-oriented industry.
- Elementary Particle Physics
- Photonics and Quantum Optics
- Arctic Research
- Cancer Therapy Innovation
- Chemistry, Materials and Technologies
- Genomic Technologies
- Biomarkers and Social Behavior
- Applied Behavior Analysis
International collaboration and partnershipsNSU's partners include 141 universities and organisations from 27 countries, including the United Kingdom, Brazil, China, Germany, Spain, Italy, Norway, USA, France, Switzerland and Japan, including:
- Viadrina European University (Germany)
- Cadiz University (Spain)
- The University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
- University of Florence (Italy)
- Xinjiang University (China)
- The Harbin Institute of Technology (China)
- University of Heilongjiang (China)
- Alexander Aseev, RAS academician, director Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics 1998-2013, chairman of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences 2008-2017, vice president of the Russian Academy of Sciences 2008-2017
- Efim Zelmanov, Russian mathematician, Fields Medal winner (1994), professor at the University of California, San Diego
- Igor Kim, Russiasn entrepreneur, MDM Bank shareholder
- Evgeniy Matochkin, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Arts, Nicholas Roerich International Award winner (2011)
- Ivan Shestakov, professor at the University of Sao Paulo, academician of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences
- Vladimir Zakharov, Soviet and Russian physicist who developed nonlinear physics, RAS academician, awarded a Dirac Medal (2003).