The Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Lomonosov Moscow State University is pleased to announce the 2^{nd} MSU International School on Applied Mathematics and Mechanics.

July 19 - Aug 03, 2020

10.00 – 18.00

Lomonosov

Moscow State University

Moscow State University

Sections

Algorithms of integrated

INS-GNSS navigation systems

[for specialists]

INS-GNSS navigation systems

[for specialists]

Airborne gravimetry

[for specialists]

[for specialists]

Algorithms of integrated

INS-GNSS navigation systems

[for pre-masters]

INS-GNSS navigation systems

[for pre-masters]

Mechanics of composite materials

[for pre-masters]

[for pre-masters]

Important dates

20 January 2020

Opening registration

15 May 2020

Closing registration

19 May 2020

Confirmation of participance

19-20 July 2020

Arrival

20-24 July 2020

First week of studying

25 July 2020

Social day

27-31 July 2020

Second week of studying

1 August 2020

Сultural program

2-3 August 2020

Departure

Heads of Summer school

Andrew A. Golovan

Head of section

"Algorithms of INS-GNSS navigation systems"

"Algorithms of INS-GNSS navigation systems"

Head of the Laboratory of Control and Navigation, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Doctor of science in mathematics and physics.

Fields of research:

— inertial navigation systems (INS),

— global navigation satellite systems (GNSS),

— integrated INS-GNSS systems,

— calibration problem in inertial navigation,

— INS alignment problem,

— airborne gravimetry.

Doctor of science in mathematics and physics.

Fields of research:

— inertial navigation systems (INS),

— global navigation satellite systems (GNSS),

— integrated INS-GNSS systems,

— calibration problem in inertial navigation,

— INS alignment problem,

— airborne gravimetry.

Yury V. Bolotin

Head of section

"Airborne gravimetry"

"Airborne gravimetry"

Professor, Deputy Head of the Department of Applied Mechanics and Control, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Doctor of science in mathematics and physics.

Fields of research:

— airborne gravimetry,

— inertial navigation systems (INS),

— global navigation satellite systems (GNSS),

— integrated INS-GNSS systems,

— calibration problem in inertial navigation.

Doctor of science in mathematics and physics.

Fields of research:

— airborne gravimetry,

— inertial navigation systems (INS),

— global navigation satellite systems (GNSS),

— integrated INS-GNSS systems,

— calibration problem in inertial navigation.

Sergey V. Sheshenin

Head of section

"Mechanics of composite materials"

"Mechanics of composite materials"

Professor of Department of Plasticity. Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Doctor of science in mathematics and physics.

Fields of research:

— mechanics of composite materials,

— nonlinear mechanics of composite materials and deformable solids,

— homogenization and asymptotic methods,

— theory of defining relations,

— tire mechanics.

Doctor of science in mathematics and physics.

Fields of research:

— mechanics of composite materials,

— nonlinear mechanics of composite materials and deformable solids,

— homogenization and asymptotic methods,

— theory of defining relations,

— tire mechanics.

Summer school Program

Airborne gravimetry

[for specialists]

48/72 hours, 2 ECTS

[for specialists]

48/72 hours, 2 ECTS

1)

Basics of physical geodesy.

Principles of inertial gravimetry.

2)

Introduction to airborne gravimetry.

3)

Foundations of inertial gravimetry.

4)

Airborne and marine gravimeter GT-2AМ.

5)

Foundations of inertial scalar gravimetry.

6)

Airborne gravity surveys with the GT-2A gravimeter.

7)

Airborne gravity mapping.

8)

Airborne vector gravimetry based on new local gravity models.

Basics of physical geodesy.

Principles of inertial gravimetry.

2)

Introduction to airborne gravimetry.

3)

Foundations of inertial gravimetry.

4)

Airborne and marine gravimeter GT-2AМ.

5)

Foundations of inertial scalar gravimetry.

6)

Airborne gravity surveys with the GT-2A gravimeter.

7)

Airborne gravity mapping.

8)

Airborne vector gravimetry based on new local gravity models.

Algorithms of INS-GNSS navigation systems

[for specialists]

48/72 hours, 2 ECTS

[for specialists]

48/72 hours, 2 ECTS

1)

Basics of inertial navigation.

2)

Introduction to the method of inertial navigation.

3)

Method of inertial navigation.

4)

The problem of strapdown inertial navigation system initial alignment.

5)

The problem of IMU calibration

6)

The problem of trajectory parameters simulation with simultaneous simulation ideal measurements of inertial sensors.

7)

INS error equations.

8)

Introduction to GNSS navigation.

9)

INS-GNSS integration problem.

10)

Application of estimation methods to INS-GNSS integration.

Basics of inertial navigation.

2)

Introduction to the method of inertial navigation.

3)

Method of inertial navigation.

4)

The problem of strapdown inertial navigation system initial alignment.

5)

The problem of IMU calibration

6)

The problem of trajectory parameters simulation with simultaneous simulation ideal measurements of inertial sensors.

7)

INS error equations.

8)

Introduction to GNSS navigation.

9)

INS-GNSS integration problem.

10)

Application of estimation methods to INS-GNSS integration.

Algorithms of INS-GNSS navigation systems

[for pre-masters]

40/72 hours, 2 ECTS

[for pre-masters]

40/72 hours, 2 ECTS

1)

Basics of inertial navigation.

2)

Introduction to the method of inertial navigation.

3)

Method of inertial navigation.

4)

The problem of strapdown inertial navigation system initial alignment.

5)

The problem of IMU calibration

6)

The problem of trajectory parameters simulation with simultaneous simulation ideal measurements of inertial sensors.

7)

INS error equations.

8)

Introduction to GNSS navigation.

9)

INS-GNSS integration problem.

10)

Application of estimation methods to INS-GNSS integration.

**& ****Training for entrance exams to master programs**

Basics of inertial navigation.

2)

Introduction to the method of inertial navigation.

3)

Method of inertial navigation.

4)

The problem of strapdown inertial navigation system initial alignment.

5)

The problem of IMU calibration

6)

The problem of trajectory parameters simulation with simultaneous simulation ideal measurements of inertial sensors.

7)

INS error equations.

8)

Introduction to GNSS navigation.

9)

INS-GNSS integration problem.

10)

Application of estimation methods to INS-GNSS integration.

Mechanics of composite materials

[for pre-masters]

40/72 hours, 2 ECTS

[for pre-masters]

40/72 hours, 2 ECTS

1)

Introduction to Composites. Composites' Applications Overview. Composites in Engineering Structures and Nature. History of Development.

2)

Types of Composites. Effective Properties Definition. Spatial Averaging. Homogenization. Experimental Measuring.

3)

Effective Elastic Moduli. Voigt – Reiss Estimates and Inequalities. Mixture Formulas. Hashin Bounds for the Effective Elastic Moduli.

4)

Dispersed Composites. Eshelby Tensor. Most known Approximate Formulas for Elastic Effective Moduli.

5)

Long Fibre and Short Fibre Composites. Theories of Homogenization.

6)

Laminates. Classical Laminate Theory.

7)

Rubber-Cord Compostes. Effective Moduli.

8)

Visco-Elastic Properties of Rubber-Cord Composites.

9)

Effective Visco-Elastic Properties of Rubber-Cord Composites. Static and Oscillation Tests.

10)

Failure Theories. Delamination. Inter-Layer Failure Criteria.

**&****Training for entrance exams to master programs**

Introduction to Composites. Composites' Applications Overview. Composites in Engineering Structures and Nature. History of Development.

2)

Types of Composites. Effective Properties Definition. Spatial Averaging. Homogenization. Experimental Measuring.

3)

Effective Elastic Moduli. Voigt – Reiss Estimates and Inequalities. Mixture Formulas. Hashin Bounds for the Effective Elastic Moduli.

4)

Dispersed Composites. Eshelby Tensor. Most known Approximate Formulas for Elastic Effective Moduli.

5)

Long Fibre and Short Fibre Composites. Theories of Homogenization.

6)

Laminates. Classical Laminate Theory.

7)

Rubber-Cord Compostes. Effective Moduli.

8)

Visco-Elastic Properties of Rubber-Cord Composites.

9)

Effective Visco-Elastic Properties of Rubber-Cord Composites. Static and Oscillation Tests.

10)

Failure Theories. Delamination. Inter-Layer Failure Criteria.

Tuition fee

Includes lectures, seminars, practices, coffee breaks.

Not including travel, accommodation, lunch, dinner, cultural program.

Accommodation at the LMSU dormitory is possible.

Not including travel, accommodation, lunch, dinner, cultural program.

Accommodation at the LMSU dormitory is possible.

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