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Rostov State University of Civil Engineering


 

Address 162, Socialisticheskaja Street, Rostov-on-Don, 344022, Russian Federation
Tel. No. +7 (863) 263 45 89; +7 (863) 263 71 75
Fax No. +7 (863) 263 71 75
E-mail address rgsu@rgsu.donpac.ru
Rector Dr. Viktor I. Shumeiko
Institutes Industrial and Civil Engineering Institute
Civil Engineering Technology and Materials Institute
Engineering Ecological Systems Institute
Highway and Transport Institute
Economics and Management Institute
Refresher Institute for specialists
Programmes Industrial and Civil Engineering;
Structure's Design;
Expertise and Estate Management;
Information Systems and Technologies;
Organisation Management;
Architectural Heritage Reconstruction and Restoration;
Production of Building Materials, Units and Structures Industry;
Mechanisation and Automation in Construction;
Standardisation and Certification;
Sales Management and Goods' Expertise in Construction Industry;
Roads and Aerodromes;
Traffic Machine and Machine Equipment Maintenance (auto service);
Organisation of Carriages and Road Traffic Control;
Organisation of Traffic and Safety on the Roads;
Heat and Gas Supply and Ventilation;
Water Supply and Sewage;
Engineering Protection of Environment;
Fire Safety;
Technological Process and Production Safety;
Emergency Situation Safety;
Finances and Credit;
Accounting, Analysis and Audit;
Economics and Management at Enterprises;
Marketing;
Anti-crisis Management;
Advertising;
Applied Informatics in Economy;
Applied Geodesy (Survey);
Urban Cadastre.
Type of course There are daytime and extra-mural departments at the Rostov State University of Civil Engineering
Length of programmes Engineer, 5 years;
Bachelor, 4 years;
Magister, a further 2 years;
PhD, a further 3 years;
DSc, a further 3 years
Date of commencement 1 of September
Class size 12 - 25 students
Accommodation Available. There are three student's hostels at the University
Fees 1300-1800 Euro
Student grants Available
Admission requirements Secondary education Certificate
Medical Certificate
Language of Training: Russian
Student profile • Ratio of National / Overseas students: - 9715 / 228 • Ratio of Men / Women: - 5567 / 4376. • Age range: - 17 - 30 years.
Contact for application Dr. Viktor D. Eryomyn
Vice-Rector for International Affairs

Dr. Sergei V. Meshcheryakov
Head Of Department For International Education And Cooperation

Telephone: +7 (863) 263 71 75; +7 (863) 263 45 89.
Fax: +7 (863) 263 71 75
interdep@rgsu.donpac.ru


 




Institutes



Industrial and Civil Engineering Institute


Director: Dr. Viktor L. Shucky

Chairs: 11

No. of Academic Staff: full-time 425; part-time 34

Total No. Of Students: 2413

Major fields of research:

1. Improvement of calculation methods and progressive constructions and buildings design Supervisor: Professor A.A. Zhuravlev, PhD in technical sciences

1.1 Resistance to expanded-clay lightweight ferroconcrete columns compression of different flexibility. Supervisors: Professor D.R. Mailyan, PhD in technical sciences; Professor A.V. Shilov, PhD in technical sciences

1.2 Design and analysis of ferroconcrete elements using concrete of high strength and combined prestressed reinforcement. Supervisor: Professor D.R. Mailyan, PhD in technical sciences.

1.3 Improvement of light structures and their calculation methods. Supervisor: Professor A.A. Zhuravlev, PhD in technical sciences

1.4 Transformable wooden structures of universal panel set. Supervisor: Associate Professor G.B. Verzhbovsky, PhD in technical sciences

1.5 Architectural aspects of town planning under reconstruction of settlements in the south of Russia. Supervisor: Associate Professor V.I. Travin, PhD in architecture.

1.6 Architecture and town planning of Don and low Volga regions Supervisor: Associate Professor A.G. Lazarev, PhD.

1.7 Geometric modelling of building structures space. Supervisor: A.V. Zamyatin, PhD in technical sciences.

2. Issues of foundation engineering, geotechnical and ecological safety of buildings and structures in complicated engineering-ecological conditions. Supervisor – Mr. O.E. Prikhodchenko, Professor, PhD in technical sciences

2.1. Method development of safe use of buildings and structures in complicated engineering-ecological conditions of Rostov region. Supervisor – Mr. O.E. Prikhodchenko, Professor, PhD in technical sciences.

2.2. Improvement of calculation methods for static and dynamic influences in building structures. Supervisor – Mr. I.A. Krasnobayev, Assistant Professor, PhD in technical sciences.

3. Development of deformable bodies calculation methods for static and dynamic impact. Supervisor: Professor G.V. Vasilkov, PhD in technical sciences.

3.1 Methods elaboration for solving non-linear problems in building mechanics. Supervisor: Professor G.V. Vasilkov, PhD in technical sciences.

3.2 Calculation methods development for deformable bodies with complicated phisico-mechanical properties and numerous degrees of freedom Supervisor – Professor I.F. Khrdzhiants, Ph D in technical sciences.

4. Organizational and methodological efficiency aspects of the investment and construction activity Supervisor: Professor V.V. Kostyuchenko, PhD in technical sciences

4.1 Organizational, technological and socio-economic aspects of investment programs. Supervisor: Professor V.V. Kostyuchenko, PhD in technical sciences.

4.2 Efficiency increase in investment and construction activities. Supervisor: Associate Professor B.N. Nebritov, PhD in technical sciences

5. Theoretic and methodological principles of the effective municipal services management Supervisor: Associate Professor S.G. Sheina, PhD in technical sciences

5.1 Problems of effective housing facilities operation, its repair and modernization. Supervisor: Associate Professor S.G. Sheina, PhD in technical sciences.

5.2 Development of estimation methods and real state management. Supervisor: Professor N.E. Simionova, PhD in technical sciences.

6. Philology at the eve of millennium: actual problems of investigation Supervisor: Professor N.M. Loktionova, PhD in philology

6.1 Functional and semantic study of terminology: cognitive and pragmatic aspect. Supervisor: Professor N.M. Loktionova, PhD in philology.

6.2 New technologies in foreign languages teaching at high technical schools. Supervisor: Associate Professor N.V. Emelianova, PhD in philology.


Civil Engineering Technology and Materials Institute


Director: Dr. Anatolij I. Shuiskiy

Chairs: 8

No. of Academic Staff: full-time 338; part-time 34

Total No. Of Students: 805

Major fields of research:

1. Innovation technologies and building materials production and theoretical basis of their durability. Supervisor: Professor G.V.Nesvetaev, PhD in technical sciences

1.1 Optimization of technological parameters and cellular materials structure, obtained from non-traditional local raw materials man-caused waste. Supervisor: Professor A.N. Yundin, PhD in technical sciences.

1.2 Technology and optimization improvement of properties in heat-insulating and fibre-foam concrete of non-steam and pressure cured hardening construction. Supervisor: Professor, L.V. Morgun, PhD in technical sciences.

1.3 Research and technology development of porous ceramic materials production. Supervisor: Associate Professor, A.V. Kozlov, PhD in technial sciences.

1.4 Theoretical and practical basis of wall ceramics production using silicon opal-cristobalite rock. Supervisor: Associate Professor, V.D. Kotlyar, PhD in technical sciences.

1.5 Technology improvement of special concrete, roofing and finishing materials under erection and reconstruction work. Supervisor: Professor, G.V. Nesvetaev, PhD in technical sciences.

1.6 Technology improvement of unburnt building materials. Supervisor: Associate Professor, A.V. Kaklyugin, PhD in technical sciences.

2. Analysis of structure formation processes and development of efficient manufacturing methods for building materials using physical and chemical activation of initial components. Supervisor- Professor G.A. Tkachenko, PhD in technical sciences

2.1.Modified fine-aggregate concrete of different functions. Supervisor- Professor G.A. Tkachenko, PhD in technical sciences.

2.2. Analysis of structure formation processes and development of manufacturing methods of foam concrete in conditions of industrialized and monolithic house-building. Supervisor- Associate Professor A.I.Shuisky, PhD in technical sciences.

2.3. Physical and chemical methods of components activation for the purpose of quality and durability improvement of building materials. Supervisor- Professor N.N. Kharabaev, PhD in chemical sciences.

2.4. Physical and chemical analysis of modified systems structure formation using technological methods of raw materials quality improvement. Supervisor- Professor V.T. Maltsev, PhD in chemical sciences.


Engineering Ecological Systems Institute


Name of Head: Dr. Sergej l. Pushenko

Chairs: 6

No. of Academic Staff: full-time 302; part-time 55

Total No. Of Students: 1608

Major fields of research:

1. Technosphere safety, reliability, quality and resource saving Supervisor – Mr. E.I. Boguslavsky, Professor, PhD in technical sciences

1.1. Development of methodological foundation for creation of safe and ecologically clean systems for protection of residential locations from the influence of anthropogenic factors. Supervisor – Professor V.I. Bespalov, PhD in technical sciences.

1.2. Research and development of cleaning processes and machines for natural and drained waters. Supervisor – Assistant Professor V.A. Lysov, PhD in technical sciences.

1.3. Critical technologies of energy supply of buildings and air basin protection. Supervisor – Professor Mr. E.E. Novgorodsky, PhD in technical sciences.

1.4. Heat loss determination and analysis for underground heating mains and frame fillings taking into account various operating modes. Supervisor – Professor V.V. Ivanov, PhD in technical sciences.

1.5. Scientific foundation development of safety issues. Supervisor – Professor E.I. Boguslavsky, PhD in technical sciences.

2. Driving forces and main trends of social development: history and modern life. Supervisor: Professor V.Y. Zolotukhin, PhD

2.1 Specific character of transition period of different nations. Supervisor: Professor V.Y. Zolotukhin, PhD.

2.2 Federalism: background. Supervisor: Professor P.D. Tepun, PhD in history.

2.3 Modern socio-cultural processes in Russia: antagonism, crisis and the ways out. Supervisor: Associate Professor G.G. Zinchenko, PhD in history.


Highway and Transport Institute


Director: Dr. Ivan V. Topilin

Chairs: 8

No. of Academic Staff: full-time 329; part-time 51

Total No. Of Students: 1142

Major fields of research:

1. Improvement of geodesic, photogrammetric and astronomic activities. Supervisor- Professor I.F. Kushtin, PhD in technical sciences

1.1. High-accuracy measurement of meteorological factors. Supervisor - Professor I.F. Kushtin, PhD in technical sciences.

1.2. Technological equipment test using geodesic methods and guidelines development for maintainability improvement. Supervisor - Professor Y.I. Pimshin, PhD in technical sciences.

1.3. Development of new methods of land and real estate assessment in market economy formation. Supervisor - Professor A.S. Cheshev, PhD in economic sciences.

2. Increase of transport operation efficiency. Supervisor: Professor V.V. Zyrianov, PhD in technical sciences.

2.1 Machines and structures dynamics and stability. Supervisor: Professor A.N. Beskopilny, PhD in technical sciences.

2.2 Technical operation of motor transport. Supervisor: Professor A.Z. Rusakov, PhD in technical sciences.

2.3 Traffic simulation. Supervisor: Professor V.V. Zyrianov, PhD in technical sciences.

2.4 Transport logistics. Supervisor: Associate Professor L.V. Eremina, PhD in economics.

3. Extension of the highways lifetime in regional conditions of Southern Russia Supervisor: Professor S.K. Iliopolov, PhD in technical sciences

3.1 Extension of highways lifetime in regional conditions of Southern Russia. Supervisor: Professor S.K. Iliopolov, PhD in technical sciences.

3.2 Efficiency increase of asphalt and concrete mills operation. Supervisor: Professor Y.Y. Nikulin, PhD in technical sciences.

3.3 Development of information systems and mathematic models in static and dynamic elements deformation description of the “complicated soil – massive construction project”. Supervisor: Professor M.G. Seleznev, PhD in physics and mathematics.


Economics and Management Institute


Director: Leonid B. Zelencov

Chairs: 8

No. of Academic Staff: full-time 315; part-time 68

Total No. Of Students: 2961

Major fields of research:

1. The Conception of the market system of accounting, auditing and analyzing of the economic activities. Supervisor of the direction – Professor V.I.Tkach, Ph D in economics

1.1 The conception of account engineering instrumentsusage in financial strategic accounting, monitoring and auditing. Supervisor – Professor V.I. Tkach, Ph D in economics.

1.2 The improvement of financial and credit mechanism under the conditions of market economy formation. Supervisor – Professor I.A. Borodin, Ph D in technical sciences.

1.3 Market economy orientation of investment activities. Supervisor – Professor E.K. Ivackin, Ph D in economics.

2. Improvement of electric equipment, technologies and automation systems in the building industry Supervisor : Associate Professor V.V. Kononenko, PhD in technical sciences

3. Application of probable theoretical and functional methods in harmonic analysis and financial market simulation. Supervisor: Professor I.V. Pavlov, PhD in physics and mathematics.

4. Stochastic analysis and computer technologies in the development of economic simulation. Supervisor: Professor G.I. Belyavsky, PhD in physics and mathematics.


Refresher Institute for Specialists


Director: Anatolij V. Kanunnikov

Chairs: 2 No. of Academic Staff: full-time 48; part-time 24

Total No. Of Students: 1014

Major fields of research:

Development of new applied technologies of information systems reliability. Supervisor: Associate Professor U.N. Logvinov, PHD in technical sciences.


 



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