Research and Development Department

Research and Development Department (RDD) carries out fundamental and applied scientific research, experimental-design activities as well as innovative research of the university's structural divisions. The department is a structural unit of the university and performs its activity under the BSU Charter.

Research and Development Department was formed in 1998 by the Rector's order. According to SARD statute accepted by the BSU Academic Council on October 30, 1998, the major functions of the department are to

  1. Plan and organize research activity of the academic staff

  2. Provide timeliness and fruitfulness of research activity and ensure its compliance with accepted curricula and programs

  3. Organize official registration of the research results, information support to research and development staff

  4. Organize student research bodies, research and production groups and other forms of students' research and development activity

  5. Promote international, interuniversity and interdepartmental R&D links

The Management and the staff

Irina Dorzhieva, Ph. D. in Social Science, Associate Professor

Head of Research and Development Department

Tel.: (3012) 297-163

Lead officers:

- Georgy Subanakov, Ph. D. in Economics

- Aleksei Gulgenov

Tel.: (3012) 297-163

Address: 4 Ranzhurova street, Ulan-Ude 670000, Republic of Buryatia, Russia

University's Major Scientific Fields:

  • Condensed matter physics

  • Plasma emission electronics

  • Physics, engineering and technology of low temperature plasma

  • Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials

  • Resource-saving technologies in the operation of automotive engines

  • Intelligent Information Systems

  • Analytical models and numerical methods to improve control processes

  • The strategy of sustainable development of the Baikal region

  • Investigation of spatial-temporal problems of interaction between socio-economic and ecological and geographical processes

  • Nature in environmental constraints

  • Eco-geochemistry of permafrost landscapes

  • Geodynamics and Magmatism of Transbaikalia

  • Geochemistry and ore formation of noble and rare metals in the endogenous and exogenous processes

  • Chemistry of Natural Raw Materials

  • Chemistry and Physics of complex oxide compounds

  • Macromolecular Chemistry

  • Structure of the Baikal region plant ecosystems functioning and its protection

  • The Evolutionary Ecology of terrestrial vertebrates of Baikal Siberia

  • Biogeocenosis diversity of natural complexes of Transbaikalia and experimental study of their components

  • Genetic structure of Buryatia's population

  • Optimization of treatment and prevention technologies for the most widespread diseases through the consolidation of traditional medicine relevant knowledge and the achievements of modern health care system

  • Philosophical and ideological foundations of post-classical science, culture and education

  • Philosophy of Central and Eastern Asia

  • Buddhism and civilizational processes in Central and Eastern Asia

  • Modern intellectuals: regional and national aspects

  • Ethno-social processes in Siberia

  • Transformation of the socio-political structure of the regional community in modern conditions

  • The Genesis of the material and spiritual culture of the peoples of Central and East Asia

  • Mongolian history and historiography

  • Socio-economic, political and cultural processes of the Baikal Asia

  • The traditional culture of the peoples of Central Asia. Ethnic and confessional situation in the Republic of Buryatia

  • Russian national text in the Eurasian context

  • Siberia as a unified multi-ethnic folklore and literary space

  • Distinctive features of phonemes

  • Russian dialectology of Siberia

  • Baikal region population linguistic world-image

  • "East-West: the challenge of intercultural dialogue in education, training, physical culture and sports

  • Regional and national components in education

  • Ethnic self-realization of personality

  • Structure and development of professional identity

  • Health care technology

  • Challenges of improving government system in the region

  • Features of the economic development of the Baikal region

  • Principles of the welfare state and the Russian Federation

  • Law and order in the Republic of Buryatia

  • Asia Pacific Law Comparative Studies