Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies\Natural Sciences - Kazan (Volga region) Federal University
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Welcome to the Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies

The Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies was established in 2011 on the basis of the KFU Faculty of Geology and is its rightful successor. The structure of the Institute includes seven specialized departments, Research and Training Center for Natural Bitumen Development, Research and Training Center for Aerospace Technologies, Research and Training Center for Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Investigations, over 20 specialized research and training labs equipped with up-to-date facilities, Research and Training Complex “Petrophysics”, Most extensive Geology Museum, Center of Training Bases and Expeditionary Works, Magnet Observatory (one of the oldest in the country)

Currently, the Institute teaches over 800 under- and post-graduate students in 6 bachelor and 5 master programs in Geology. Students are taught full time, and in both full- and part-time modules for Geophysics. In 2012 the Institute plans to launch teaching in Oil and Gas Business. Institute laboratories boast up-to-date teaching facilities and special equipment. Highly qualified scholars supervise the research process, of them 21 full and 43 associate professors. Together with studying professional and special subjects, students have a fundamental training in Mathematics, Physics, Informatics and Economics.


News and announcements

26 June 2020 Analysis of volcanic tuff gives new data about Permian-Triassic extinction event
A paper by Kazan Federal University and Russian Academy of Sciences appeared in Geology.
11 June 2020 Nickel-based catalysts tested at Boca de Jaruco oilfield in Cuba
A joint paper by Kazan Federal University and Zarubezhneft appeared as a cover story in Processes.
27 April 2020 Erosion process studies in the Volga Region assist in land use planning
A paper by Kazan University's Artyom Gusarov appeared in Science of the Total Environment.
04 March 2020 Sulfonated chitosan studied as potential biodegradable corrosion inhibitor
Kazan University's research of methane hydrates continues in this paper in Carbohydrate Polymers.
20 February 2020 Kazan University visited by Intel executives
Head of Software Channel EMEA Ralph de Wargny and Business Development Manager Olga Andrianova talked with Rector Ilshat Gafurov and other employees.
14 February 2020 Cobalt-based catalysts promise to enhance heavy oil extraction
A new test was publicized by Kazan Federal University in Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering.
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