Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center

Research Infrastructure

NCMU Center provides world-class scientific infrastructure, including sophisticated   resources, such as research archives and data collections, library and museum collections, a big data analysis system, and analytical platforms for collective use. Some of them have already been recognized by the European Commission as MegaSicence objects within the framework of joint Russia-EU program for development of scientific infrastructures CREMLINplus.

There are the following key elements  of the Center's scientific infrastructure located at the Higher School of Economics:

1. HSE Joint Economic and Social Data Archive (JESDA)

Included in the international list of MegaScience class research infrastructures developed within the framework of the European Union and Russian Federation collaborative program CREMLIN Plus.

2. Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey – HSE (RLMS-HSE)

Included in international list of MegaScience class research infrastructures developed within the framework of the European Union and Russian Federation collaborative program CREMLIN Plus

YouTube Channel RLMS-HSE

3. Unique scientific unit (USU) The Automated System of Noninvasive Brain Stimulation with the Possibility of Synchronous Registration of Brain Biocurrents and Tracking of Fixation of Eye Movements (HSE) (in Russian)

4. HSE National Russian Corpus

5. HSE iFORA Intelligent FOResight Analytics system (based on a powerful supercomputer and data cluster)

6. Software System for Information Retrieval and Knowledge Discovery from Various Data Sources Based on FCA Approach (FCART) 

7. Monitoring of Education Markets and Organizations (MEMO)

8. Demographic Library of the Institute of Demography, HSE

9. Russia KLEMS Project

The scientific infrastructure of NCMU Center is an important mechanism for promoting Russia’s among international research community and it enables the NCMU Center to be at the forefront of scientific discoveries in the field of human development.