More than 270 scientists and experts discussed trends and prospects of the global energy industry at the first international conference of young fuel and energy engineers.
Yasemin Durukan, Assistant Professor at the Department of Electrical Acoustics and Ultrasonic Engineering of LETI, designed an angular velocity sensor element that allows navigation systems to obtain accurate data in unstable conditions.
ETU "LETI" took 11th place in the ranking of 50 Russian universities for IT training according to RUSSOFT, the most influential association of software development companies in Russia.
LETI's academic partner, Aalto University, offers summer paid research internships for bachelor's and master's students.
A LETI student Evgeny Shalugin won a grant competition from the President of the Russian Federation in the academic year 2021-2022. He will receive a scholarship of 20,000 rubles until the end of his master's degree.
LETI scientists and industrial partners proposed the pyrolysis technology for waste processing. The Public Environmental Council under the Governor of the Leningrad Region chose it for development in the region.
Four online courses of ETU "LETI" are among the winners and runners-up of the International EdCrunch Award 2021.
LETI will hold a World Educators' School for teachers and heads of departments dedicated to the design, development, and promotion of educational programs.
Employees of the Department of Automation and Control Processes created an algorithm for adjusting the coefficients of an adaptive digital filter in the residue number system.
Hansen Readings held in LETI highlighted skills and competencies of the 19th-century international interdisciplinary education, which can be quite relevant today.