Cooperation with the scientific and educational organizations of Australia was developing in 2011 in research field within the framework of agreement signed with Curtin University, city of Perth. Specialists from the Department of theoretical physics and solid state physics studied applicability of the method of nuclear quadruple resonance as a field of research method for cooper ores.
Scientific cooperation also develops between the Department of Geometry and Australian National University, city of Canberra. As a result of interaction a number of articles written in co-authorship of Prof. Michael Barnsley (ANU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences) and Associate Prof. K. Igudesman (Department of Geometry, KFU) were published in 2011 in SIAM Journal on Imaging Sciences and in The University News. Mathematics journal.
Academic mobility to Australia is represented by participation of one KFU specialist in a conference organized in Cairns.
Today KFU cooperates with scientific and educational centers of New Zealand, such as Faculty of computer Science, University of Auckland, within the framework of scientific project on algorithms theory and mathematics logistics, implemented with financial support of Technological University, New Zealand. Specialist from KFU Department of Algebra and Mathematics, prof. M. Arslanov and associate prof. I. Kalimullin are involved in this project.
Within the framework of the grant from New Zealand University, KFU professors visited Auckland University in 2010-2011 as guest researchers. According to the results of their work in 2011 a joint article was accepted for publication.