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A. N. Kosygin Moscow State Textile University was formed as Moscow State Textile Institute in 1919. It is one of the oldest and institutes for higher studies in textiles in Russia.In 1981, the institute was named in honor of Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin, who died the previous year and whose profession was in the textile industry. The institute was upgraded to "Academy" in 1990. It was renamed to A. N. Kosygin Moscow State Textile Academy.Nine years later, the Academy was approved as University and renamed as the A. N. Kosygin Moscow State Textile University in 1999.The university has its own complex. It comprises 8 different korpuc at the center of the city of Moscow, Russia. The teaching staff at the university is above 560, 110 out of them are Ph.D. and Professors.The university has the followings major departments:Technology and Production ManagementChemical Technology and EcologyWeaving, Information TechnologyAutomation and EnergyEconomics and ManagementFashion DesigningThe university offers specialization, masters and bachelors in 18 different categories. University has 41 departments, where it offer studies to almost 6700 students. The university has 110 laboratories and 100 auditoriums. The university has its own sports hall, club and three hostels.The University has served as a center of education for students from Russia and from all over the world. Many students from China, Pakistan, Morocco, Iran, Ghana and India have completed their higher education at the university. The university has a one-room mosque which was built by Muslim students of the university in the hostel at Shablovskaya. The 7th floor of the university hostel is assigned to foreign students. Wikipedia.


Bogdanov L.V.,Moscow State Textile University
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical | Year: 2010

Using the Lax-Sato formulation of the Manakov-Santini hierarchy, we introduce a class of reductions such that the zero-order reduction of this class corresponds to the dKP hierarchy, and the first-order reduction gives the hierarchy associated with the interpolating system introduced by Dunajski. We present the Lax-Sato form of a reduced hierarchy for the interpolating system and also for the reduction of arbitrary order. Similar to the dKP hierarchy, the Lax-Sato equations for L (the Lax function) split from the Lax-Sato equations for M (the Orlov function) due to the reduction, and the reduced hierarchy for an arbitrary order of reduction is defined by Lax-Sato equations for L only. A characterization of the class of reductions in terms of the dressing data is given. We also consider a waterbag reduction of the interpolating system hierarchy, which defines (1+1)-dimensional systems of hydrodynamic type. © 2010 IOP Publishing Ltd.


Semenov S.N.,Moscow State Textile University
EPL | Year: 2012

The material transport equations derived by non-equilibrium thermodynamics are used to describe the material transport in binary non-isothermal molecular systems. The chemical potentials of the components used in the equations are calculated using statistical mechanics. As the material transport equations contain chemical potentials at constant pressure, the local pressure distribution necessary in calculations is obtained using the condition of the local thermodynamic equilibrium around the selected molecular particle. The Laplace contribution to the local pressure distribution within the layer of the liquid around the particle is accounted. The calculations yield the results equivalent to previous approaches and add new terms to the Soret coefficient, which are related to the difference in the translational and rotational thermal motion between the molecules. The kinetic contribution to thermodiffusion explains the isotope thermodiffusion effect, the role of the molecular symmetry, and the sign change in thermodiffusion observed in binary systems. The proposed theory describes thermodiffusion in binary molecular systems with a limited miscibility. © 2012 Europhysics Letters Association.


Ruban V.P.,Moscow State Textile University
European Physical Journal: Special Topics | Year: 2010

The recently suggested theoretical model for highly nonlinear potential long-crested water waves is discussed, where weak three-dimensional effects are included as small corrections to exact two-dimensional equations written in terms of the conformal variables [V. P. Ruban, Phys. Rev. E 71, 055303(R) (2005)]. Some numerical results based on this theory are presented, which describe spontaneous formation of rogue waves on the deep water for different initial conditions. In particular, the given numerical examples describe: (i) nonlinear stage of the modulational instability, (ii) breathing rogue wave in a random wave field, and (iii) freak wave in a weakly crossing sea state. © 2010 EDP Sciences and Springer.


Sacepe B.,Joseph Fourier University | Sacepe B.,Weizmann Institute of Science | Sacepe B.,CNRS Neel Institute | Dubouchet T.,Joseph Fourier University | And 6 more authors.
Nature Physics | Year: 2011

The most profound effect of disorder on electronic systems is the localization of the electrons transforming an otherwise metallic system into an insulator. If the metal is also a superconductor then, at low temperatures, disorder can induce a pronounced transition from a superconducting into an insulating state. An outstanding question is whether the route to insulating behaviour proceeds through the direct localization of Cooper pairs or, alternatively, by a two-step process in which the Cooper pairing is first destroyed followed by the standard localization of single electrons. Here we address this question by studying the local superconducting gap of a highly disordered amorphous superconductor by means of scanning tunnelling spectroscopy. Our measurements reveal that, in the vicinity of the superconductor-insulator transition, the coherence peaks in the one-particle density of states disappear whereas the superconducting gap remains intact, indicating the presence of localized Cooper pairs. Our results provide the first direct evidence that the superconductor-insulator transition in some homogeneously disordered materials is driven by Cooper-pair localization. © 2011 Macmillan Publishers Limited. All rights reserved.


Fomin A.I.,Moscow State Textile University
Russian Journal of Mathematical Physics | Year: 2012

Linear differential operators with complex-valued infinitely differentiable coefficients, linear homogeneous systems of differential equations, and modules over algebras of scalar linear differential operators are considered. Linear differential changes of variables and homomorphisms of special quotient modules (differential homomorphisms) generated by these changes are studied. In terms of differential homomorphisms, relationships between Maxwell equations and equations of electromagnetic potential and between Dirac equations and the Klein-Gordon system of independent equations are described. It is proved that all ordinary nondegenerate linear homogeneous differential equations of some common order and the homogeneous normal systems of the same common order are differentially isomorphic. © 2012 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

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