Kazan State Technological University

Kazan, Russia

Kazan National Research Technological University, KNRTU is an innovational scientific educational complex. The University comprises 15 academic and research institutes; runs over 100 Specialist, Bachelor’s, Master’s Degree and Ph.D. programs; enrolls over 27,000 undergraduate and graduate students, 900 Ph.D. and 100 Post-Doc students from Russia and other countries; employs over 300 Full Professors, Doctors of Science and 800 Associate Professors, Ph.D.s; raises the budget of 1.4 billion rubles. The partner institutions of Kazan National Research Technological University are 24 universities, research centers and international educational organizations in 13 countries. The University is one of the 6 Russian Universities which are members of Eurasia Pacific University Network . Wikipedia.

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Serazutdinov M.N.,Kazan State Technological University
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering | Year: 2016

The article goes over the methodology of constructing numerical-analytical approximating functions, satisfying the given boundary conditions for the function of its derivatives in the circuit areas of various shapes. The methodology is based on presenting the unknown function as a series in a complete set of functions that do not satisfy the given boundary conditions on the contour of the area, but additionally numerically defined near the contour to satisfy the boundary conditions. The additional definition of the functions near the area contour is performed numerically based on finite-difference relations. The main advantage of the stated method is the ability to build a relatively simple approximating functions satisfying the given boundary conditions on the boundary of complex shaped areas. The examples of applying the described method for solving the boundary value problem of a plate of different shapes. The possibility of using numerical-analytical functions for solving boundary value problems that contain higher derivatives up to fourth order is shown. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.

Mikhailov O.V.,Kazan State Technological University
Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology | Year: 2014

Processes of sol–gel technology of template synthesis of 3d-element metal macrocyclic complexes that occurs in thin films of metalhexacyanoferrate(II) gelatin-immobilized matrix implants under their contact with water solutions containing various (N,O,S)-donor atomic and (C=O) containing organic compounds, have been discussed. It was noted that, in a series of cases, sol–gel technology of template synthesis in the given specific conditions allows to realize such metal macrocyclic complexes formation processes that are not typical at the complexing in solutions or solid phase. © 2014, Springer Science+Business Media New York.

Kaybiyaynen A.,Kazan State Technological University
2013 International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning, ICL 2013 | Year: 2013

Among key requirements to a modern engineer extremely professional competence, mastering of modern methods of research and development for the innovative product creation, observation of professional claims and guidelines, social responsibility and also a set of communicative competences and personal qualities for work in a team can be named. These elements are closely related with the concept of a professional image of an engineer. © 2013 IEEE.

Muslimov E.R.,Kazan State Technological University
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2013

In the paper an approach to improve diffraction efficiency of a transmission concave holographic grating for a flat-field spectrograph is presented. The proposed method is based on numerical optimization of a merit function. Each iteration of the procedure includes definition of the grating recording parameters and the spectrum position from conditions of aberration correction, estimation of the diffraction efficiency by means of the Kogelnik coupled-wave theory equations, and checking boundary conditions. It's shown on a certain example that the technique allows to obtain high spectral resolution and increase the diffraction efficiency. Modeling results and comparison with accurate RCWA computation are provided as well. © 2013 SPIE.

Mikhailov O.V.,Kazan State Technological University
Inorganica Chimica Acta | Year: 2013

Data of formation processes of metalmacrocyclic chelate complexes into biopolymer polypeptide medium (BPIM) using self-assembly reactions were summarized and discussed. The review covers the period from 1995 to 2011. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Kadkin O.N.,Kazan State Technological University | Galyametdinov Y.G.,Kazan State Technological University
Russian Chemical Reviews | Year: 2012

The review concerns liquid-crystalline mono-and disubstituted ferrocenes, systems based on ferrocenophane, heteronuclear complexes with ferrocene-containing ligands, ferrocene-based polymers and dendrimers, as well as mixed systems based on ferrocene derivatives. It is shown that liquid-crystalline ferrocene exhibits unique physical properties. The state of the art in the title field and prospects for the development of research on such liquid crystals are outlined and the present and possible fields of their application are discussed. The bibliography includes 131 references. © 2012 Russian Academy of Sciences and Turpion Ltd.

Valeeva E.E.,Kazan State Technological University
2013 International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning, ICL 2013 | Year: 2013

The paper focuses on the structure and content of the English language teaching for Master's Degree and Ph.D. students at a technological university, which is based on developing skills required for special engineering and academic purposes. The author shows the main principles, methods, challenging problems of the English language teaching using the courses developed at the Department of Foreign Languages for Professional Communication at Kazan National Research Technological University. © 2013 IEEE.

Gorodetskaya I.M.,Kazan State Technological University
2012 15th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning, ICL 2012 | Year: 2012

The article deals with social, psychological and psychophysiological peculiarities of adult education. There are some significant characteristics that strongly influence the results of education in the middle years. Learning motivation of adult students correlate with their social environment, statues, personal goals and values. It is important to take into account the age-related specifics in the process of lifelong education. © 2012 IEEE.

Bezrukov A.,Kazan State Technological University
2013 International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning, ICL 2013 | Year: 2013

Globalization of economy makes technical translators a necessary part of world engineering community. Computer-aided technologies became an indispensable component of professional technical translation in the early 21st Century. The paper offers flexible learning approach to providing technical computer-aided translation programs for various target groups: from engineering students with technical translation minor to technical specialists in translation agencies. The business model for technical translation applied in translation companies is used as an invariant component. A real technical translation project carried out by all the participants is used as a feedback tool to customize the study program. Each student or group pursues individual pathway through a technical translation algorithm with software tools chosen for each stage. The required learning outcomes are skills in optimization and facilitation of a translation process. © 2013 IEEE.

Shamov G.A.,University of Manitoba | Shamov G.A.,Kazan State Technological University
Inorganic Chemistry | Year: 2012

Free and ligated oxide clusters of thorium(IV) and uranium(IV) were studied with density functional theory using all-electron scalar relativistic method, as well as energy-consistent relativistic f-in-core pseudopotentials. The main driving force for the cluster formation is the sintering of the dioxoactinide moieties, which is more favorable for thorium(IV) than for uranium(IV) because, for the latter, a penalty for bending of the uranyl(IV) is to be paid. We assumed that the rhombic structural motif that exists already in the (AnO 2) 2 dimer could be a guide to explaining the preference for the existing An 6O 8-type clusters. On the basis of this, we have theoretically explored the possibility of the existence of similar (zonohedric) polyhedral actinide oxide clusters and found that the next possible cluster would be of An 12O 20 stoicheometry. We have predicted by our DFT computations that the corresponding zonohedral clusters would be minima on the potential energy surface. The alternating An-O rhombic structural motif also offers a possible explanation of the existence and stoichiometry of the only nonfluorite cluster thus far, the An 12O 20, which is nonzonohedral, nonconvex, but still a rhombic polyhedron. Our relativistic all electron DFT computations of both free cationic and ligated clusters predict that preparation of the larger clusters is not forbidden thermodynamically. We have also found that for the uranium(IV), oxide dimer and hexamer clusters are antiferromagnetic, broken spin singlet in their ground state, while ligated [U 6O 8] clusters prefer an all high-spin electronic configuration. © 2012 American Chemical Society.

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