The fourth RoboCup Russia Open 2019 has wrapped up for the fourth time in Tomsk. The main national RoboCup event has welcomed 125 teams from Russia and Kazakhstan, 55 of them representing Tomsk region, and 14 representing TUSUR University.
Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics ranked 88th by research income per institutional income in the 2019 edition of the RUR World University Ranking.
On April 18, the IEEE International Siberian Conference on Control and Communications (2019 SIBCON) opened at TUSUR University, bringing together researchers, experts, and developers from various countries.
TUSUR students to do internship at the University of Savoy Mont Blanc (France) within the framework of an ERASMUS+ program.
Several airports have taken an interest in a TUSUR development for identification and determent of «problem» birds for a higher air traffic safety.
Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics opens its first interdisciplinary Master program in Computer Simulation for Ecology and Technosphere Safety.
In 2019, the fourth RoboCup Russia Open will have an updated format: its organizers will offer new interactive venues for the audience, and new fields for challenges in new leagues.
Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics and the Polytechnic Institute of Bordeaux (IPB, France) have signed a Dual Degree Agreement.
TUSUR presented its programs for international students at the Russian Education Expo in Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia).
Earlier this month the 2019 Himalayan Open Cup ended in Pokhara (Nepal), with pilots Natalya Lipatnikova and Alexander Isayev from the TUSUR Podnebeskye Club representing Russia.