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Trans-Siberian Scientific Way
The climate, landscape, biodiversity, history, cultural, and scientific and innovative potential of this unique macro-region are waiting to be explored in the context of global collaboration. We invite you to see Siberia as a new space for your projects, an area of cooperation, and a source of inspiration and new ideas. Welcome to the Trans-Siberian intellectual journey!
28.02.2018Interview with TSU' scientist, biogeochemist, head of the laboratory "BIO-GEO-CLIM", Oleg Pokrovsky
11.01.2018APPEL : Programme de mobilité vers la France de la Fondation Maison des sciences de l’Homme (FMSH)
Siberia in the changing global climate. Rational use of resources. Conservation of biodiversity. Restoration of the water world of Siberia.
New materials and technologies for aerospace engineering, processing of natural resources, a new generation of medical implants.
Creation and representation of identities. Archaeology and Ethnography of Siberia.
The oral culture of Siberia from the ceremonials and the everyday language to literature and media texts. Speech portrait of the region and electronic encyclopedias.
Siberia as a laboratory of innovation means to fight cancer, cardiovascular and other socially significant diseases.
Regional development and management of socio-economic processes. Positioning of Siberia in the context of the global economy. The possibilities and limitations of development of the region.
Cities of Siberia as a unique space for researchers. Siberia in the global division of creative labour.
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EU JPI-Climate Project: Climate impact on the carbon emission and export from Siberian inland waters (SIWA)
Biogeochemical cycles of Arctic bog-lake landscapes of Western Siberia as an Indicator of Climate Change on a Global Scale and A Basis for the sustainable nature management of the Region (Bio-Geo-Clim)
Siberia Textual Heritage: Goals and Prospects of Scientific Attribution and Discourse Analysis in relation to Traditional Sources of Historical Information
Scientific Basis of the Technology of Synthesis and New Class of Addition Alloys Application for Light Weight Alloy Nanocomposite Production and their Further Use in Aerospace and Transport Industry
Ultrabasic-basic Magmatism as the Key to Understanding Revolutionary Events in the Earth History and Formation of Unique Mineral Deposits
Integration of labour markets and educational services in the areas of long-term forecasting and strategic planning of the Siberian macro-region
Pathological Programming of the Immune System by Neuropsychiatric Factors Among Residents of Siberia: the Prospects of Treatment and Prevention of Cancer and Cardiovascular Diseases
The Fundamental Principles of Manufacturing of Steels with a Multi-level Structure for Work in Low Temperature Conditions, on the Basis of Raw Materials Available in the Siberian Region
Understanding and Forecasting Trans-Siberian Environmental Changes caused by Climate Change (for the Experimental Areas of Aktru, Kaybasovo, Khanymey)
Research Library of Tomsk State Universityhttp://lib.tsu.ru/en
Arctic Herald Informational & Analytical Journalhttp://arcticportal.org/library/news/1570-the-arctic-herald-journal-a-russian-professional-perspective-on-the-arctic
Centre for Research into Biota, Climate, and Landscapes (BioClimLand).http://en.science.tsu.ru/centers/research-into-biota-climate-and-landscape/
Tomsk Scientific Centre of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Scienceshttp://www.tsc.ru/en.html
Distinguished Research Professor and Member, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
Professor of Arctic Ecology, University of Sheffield, UK.
Professor of Botany, Tomsk State University.
Coordinator of the INTERACT Network of Arctic Terrestrial Research Stations.
Honorary Doctor of the Universities of Lund (Sweden), Oulu (Finland) and Tomsk State (Russia), Recipient of the Polar Medal (UK), the Vega Medal (Sweden) and joint recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.
Head of Ecosystems and climate changes study laboratory.
Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC.
Professor of Economy, Johns Hopkins University.
Head of the Institute of Slavic Studies at the University of Karl and Franz in Graz (Austria).
Editor in Chief at the ‘Anzeiger fuer slavische Philologie’ magazine.
Specialist in Russian and other Slavic literatures of modern times, including the most recent period.
Olga Tsuneko Yokoyama
Full Professor at the Department of Applied Linguistics at the University of California (Los Angeles, United States). Expert in Russian Slavic linguistics, functional syntax and semantics, discourse, theory of translation, gender linguistics and pragmatics of folklore.
President of the Grand Paris Alliance for Metropolitan Development, a member-based and cooperative think-tank focusing on next generation metropolitan investment strategies.
Co-owner and Founding Principal of Renaissance Urbaine, the urban R&D company.
A member of the Steering Group of Global Planners Network (GPN) and permanent member of the Deutsche AkademiefürStädtebau und Landesplanung (DASL).
Awardee from the Urban Land Institute (ULI) for his work on global metropolitan change.
Director of the TSU Centre for Urban Studies and Regional Development (CUR).
Harald zur Hausen
Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2008. An expert in cell and molecular biomedicine, Germany, German Cancer Research Centre.
An expert in cell and molecular biomedicine, Germany,
German Cancer Research Centre.
National Research Tomsk State University, founded in 1878 by Alexander II as the Imperial Siberian University, from the first day of its existence has been called to promote the ideals of science, education and culture in the vast territory of the Asian part of the country.
The most important priority of the university is the pursuit of creating of free and open-minded creative personalities capable of making independent scientific and philosophical decisions.
Faithful to the tradition of predecessors, the staff of the University is actively developing modern approaches and methods in all spheres of activity, reinforcing its status in the domestic and international scientific and educational environment.
Since its founding, Tomsk State University (TSU) is actively engaged in exploration of the vast territory from the Urals to the Far East. TSU scientists have accumulated unique materials as a result of years of research and observations of Siberia: a collection of plants, minerals, archaeological and paleontological findings, and dictionaries of local dialects. This is a great heritage that entitles Tomsk State University to be considered the oldest platform for the exploration and study of Siberia.