LETI researcher Kamil Gareev studied the structural characteristics of magnetite-silica nanoparticles that will expand their range of applications in medical diagnostics.
LETI students learned about innovation, social responsibility, and design thinking at an online project with universities in Germany, Denmark, and Chile.
ETU "LETI" scientists have proposed an innovative way to quickly process micro-images to assess the effectiveness of promising wound-healing drugs.
On April 20, the LETI Vice-Rector and organizing committee of the Contest "LETI: Future Academic Spaces" hosted a group of educators, architects, and designers, representing international bureaus and four top universities of St. Petersburg.
In the new edition of THE Impact Rankings, ETU "LETI" has moved up 100 places in the study dedicated to achieving the Sustainable Development Goal "Decent Work and Economic Growth."
On April 9 more than 100 students from St. Petersburg University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (GASU) visited the LETI campus. They came to see the sites of the International Contest "LETI: Future Academic Spaces."
Dr. Hanes Töpfer from TU Ilmenau will begin a lecture series "Basics of Modelling and Simulation" for ETU "LETI" students majoring in engineering on March 22.
LETI starts accepting applications for the Innovative Project Contest for Young Researchers 2021. The deadline for submission is April 30.