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Faculty of Computer Science Lab Develops Monitoring System for LHC Experiment

Faculty of Computer Science Lab Develops Monitoring System for LHC Experiment
Researchers from the Laboratory of Methods for Big Data Analysis (LAMBDA) at the HSEFaculty of Computer Science have created a monitoring system that is used in the Large Hadron Collider beauty experiment (LHCb). The system helps track the quality of the collected data and allows operators to quickly find errors.

HSE University Project Wins Russian-Indian Grant by RSF

HSE University Project Wins Russian-Indian Grant by RSF
The research community gave a highly positive assessment of a joint application by researchers from HSE University and their Indian colleagues in affine algebraic geometry, particularly the problems of cancellation. The head of the project on the Russian side is HSE FCS Dean Ivan Arzhantsev; on the Indian side, the project is led by renowned mathematician Neena Gupta.

HSE University among Founders of Super C-Tau Factory

HSE University among Founders of Super C-Tau Factory
Ten universities and institutes have announced a partnership to construct an electron-positron collider in order to study the production and properties of charmed particles and tau leptons. The new experiment will be part of the Super C-Tau Factory project. It was founded by two international teams and eight from Russia, including HSE University.

Topology of Torus Actions and Related Topics Conference Takes Place

Topology of Torus Actions and Related Topics Conference Takes Place
The international conference Topology of Torus Actions and Related Topics organized by the International Laboratory of Algebraic Topology and its Applications and Sirius Mathematical Centre was held in Sochi on October 25-29.

HSE University Researchers Explain Behaviour of Chaotic Systems

HSE University Researchers Explain Behaviour of Chaotic Systems
Researchers of the Laboratory of Complex Systems Modeling and Control have proposed a missing component of the mechanism of self-organized criticality, which will enable the reproduction of power-law patterns observed in the real world. According to the researchers, this can be used to improve our understanding of the the processes leading to strong earthquakes, forest fires, financial market crashes, and a sudden synchronization of social networks. The results of the research were published in the Scientific Reports journal.