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In late 1945 and early 1946, a group of prominent Soviet scientists, including in particular the future Nobel Prize winner Pyotr Kapitsa, lobbied the government for the creation of a higher educational institution radically different from the type established in the Soviet system of higher education. Applicants, carefully selected by challenging examinations and personal interviews, would be taught by, and work together with, prominent scientists. Each student would follow a personalized curriculum created to match his or her particular areas of interest and specialization. This system would later become known as the Phystech System.

The Phystech System

The following is a summary of the key principles of the Phystech System, as outlined by Kapitsa in his 1946 letter arguing for the founding of MIPT:

  • Rigorous selection of gifted and creative young individuals.
  • Involving leading scientists in student education, in close contact with them in their creative environment.
  • An individualized approach to encourage the cultivation of students’ creative drive, and to avoid overloading them with unnecessary subjects and rote learning common in other schools and necessitated by mass education.
  • Conducting their education in an atmosphere of research and creative engineering, using the best existing laboratories in the country.

In its implementation, the Phystech System combines highly competitive admissions, extensive fundamental education in mathematics, as well as theoretical and experimental physics in the undergraduate years, and immersion in research work at leading research institutions of the Russian Academy of Sciences starting as early as the second or third year.

The institute has eleven departments, ten of them with an average of 80 students admitted annually into each. Now, the very best of international stduents are also admitted here.

  1. Radio Engineering and Cybernetics
  2. General and Applied Physics
  3. Aerophysics and Space Research
  4. Molecular and Biological Physics
  5. Physical and Quantum Electronics
  6. Aeromechanics and Flight Engineering
  7. Applied Mathematics and Control
  8. Problems of Physics and Power Engineering
  9. Innovation and High Technology
  10. Nano-, Bio-, Information and Cognitive Technologies

The eleventh faculty, Information Business Systems, offers only a Master’s programme and accepts students with Bachelor’s degrees from other faculties or other institutes.

In addition, a number of Russian and Western companies act as base organizations of MIPT. These include:

Do you want to know who studied under the Phystech System?

Famous faculty and alumni

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At the beginning…

Cryptographic methods and protection means of information in information and telecommunications systems

PROGRAM of Cryptography degree course:

EDUCATIONAL MODULE No. 1 “INFORMATION SECURITY WITH THE USE OF ENCRYPTION (CRYPTOGRAPHIC) MEANS”

  • Legal and regulatory provision of information security, organizational and technical protection of information by cryptographic and non-cryptographic techniques, including protection of information from leaking via technical channels and through unauthorized access.
  • Detailed analysis of the requirements of the Federal Law No. 152-FZ “On personal data” as well as methods and techniques for information security in the information systems of personal data protection.
  • Review of regulations determining the use of cryptographic protection of information.
  • Regulatory and legal guidelines on licensing of cryptographic protection of information, organization of relevant in law electronic document workflow, the rules of development, servicing, distribution, rendering service and maintenance of CIPF.
  • Overview of the means of cryptographic techniques of information security certified by the FSB of Russia.
  • Basic modern cryptographic techniques of information security; symmetric (GOST28147-89, DES, 3DES, AES, IDEA, etc.) and asymmetric encryption cryptosystems, comparative evaluation of cryptographic techniques, construction and use of hash functions.
  • Technology of digital signature, the concept of public key infrastructure, PKI models and standards.
  • Ways and means of cryptographic protection of data storage on computer media. The methods, means and protocols for cryptographic protection of information transmitted over communication channels.
  • Arrangements for the information security using CIPF. Key management, regulation of work with key carriers. Complex of organizational and administrative documents regarding work with CIPF.
  • Standardization of methods and means of cryptographic protection of information (international and national standards).
  • Complex of laboratory and practical activities designed to build upon the theoretical material, formation of practical skills of use of CryptoPro and CSP VPN, as well as drafting of the official documentation.

EDUCATIONAL MODULE No. 2 “CRYPTOGRAPHIC METHODS OF INFORMATION SECURITY”

  • Fundamental study of all the basic methods of cryptographic security: symmetric and asymmetric; mathematical tools; standards for cryptographic information security.
  • Brief History of classical cryptography, principles of the most “beautiful” historical ciphers which served as foundation of the formation of the modern scientific cryptography.
  • Structures of block and stream ciphers, modes of their operation, methods of generation of random and pseudo-random values, the hash function, message authentication schemes.
  • Principles of public key distribution with the most famous protocols samples, the principles of operation and examples of digital signature scheme, public key, sharing hash functions and digital signature.
  • Basic concepts of stability evaluation of cryptographic mechanisms, including theoretical and information and theoretical complex approach.
  • Methods of managing the cryptographic keys, key model systems, practical rules for handling the key documents.

EDUCATIONAL MODULE No. 3 “APPLIED CRYPTOGRAPHY. CRYPTOGRAPHIC PROTOCOLS”

  • Principles of design and analysis of cryptographic protocols for a wide range of challenges faced by the creators of cryptographic information security and secured information and telecommunication systems.
  • Authentication methods and protocols, including authentication with fixed and one-time passwords, authentication by “challenge-response” method, authentication based on zero-knowledge proofs of knowledge, standards employing these techniques and practical examples of their implementation.
  • Cryptographic key distribution methods and protocols, including transport and key exchange protocols, hybrid protocols, conference calls protocols, protocols based on elliptic curves and pair of maps.
  • Secure communication channels organization protocols, requirements for such channels (confidentiality, authenticity) and ways to meet these requirements.
  • The tasks of equitable sharing of information, electronic payments security, control and accounting of resource used by the users, copyright protection of digital content and other solutions made by cryptographic techniques.

EDUCATIONAL MODULE No. 4 “SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE CRYPTOGRAPHIC PROTECTION OF INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS”

  • Principles of Russian and international standardization in the field of Information Technology Security, system standards for cryptographic security: ISO/IEC, documents of PKCS series, recommendations of RFC series.
  • Principles of software implementation of cryptographic modules in the software, interfaces and hardware means of support for cryptographic protocols (smart cards, tokens, secure media), as well as criteria for evaluating their security.
  • Main sources of cryptographic information security vulnerability related to the specifics of cryptographic algorithms realization and with the specifics of operation with keys and passwords, with the specifics of the authentication methods, as well as practical tips on prevention of errors and elimination of the implementation “weaknesses”.
  • Laboratory workshops on mastering the Russian cryptographic information security means from leading manufacturers that address the basic set of tasks on security of communication channels, files and databases in the information and telecommunication systems.

EDUCATIONAL MODULE No. 5 “SAFETY OF THE BANKING TECHNOLOGIES. CRYPTOGRAPHY IN BANKING”

  • Basics of the organization and functioning of the banking system of the Russian Federation, including organization of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia), commercial banks, non-bank credit institutions, their participation in the activities of international financial institutions and financial markets, credit services of organizations to legal entities and individuals.
  • Sufficient depth of study of modern banking technologies, including cashless payments and settlements technologies, basics of the deposit and credit workflow of the commercial banks, intra-bank technology (treasury management, risk management, bank marketing, etc.)
  • In-depth study of the principles of organization and functioning of modern banking IT: interbank payment systems, remote banking, credit cards payment systems, banking EDM, “instant” payments systems.
  • Mastering a wide range of technologies related to information security of automated banking systems, including key management technologies, deployment of a public key infrastructure, building the virtual private networks.

Information security with encryption (cryptographic) means

PROGRAM:

SECTION 1. REGULATORY AND ORGANIZATIONAL AND TECHNICAL ACTIVITY MAINTENANCE IN INFORMATION SECURITY

  • General provisions of the regulatory documents in the field of information security. Information as an object of legal relations. The state system of information protection. The structure and the problems.
  • Arrangement of information security management system in the enterprise. Monitoring the security. Information security audit.
  • Regulatory and organizational and technical protection (not cryptographically) of the information from leaking through technical channels and through unauthorized access.
  • The system of regulatory documents in the field of information security using CIPF.
  • Arrangements for protection of information using CIPF. Key management, regulation of work with key carriers, a set of organizational and administrative documents while working with CIPF. Standardization of methods and means of cryptographic protection of information (international and national standards).
  • Licensing requirements and conditions for implementation of CIPF-related activities.

SECTION 2. BASIS OF CRYPTOGRAPHIC PROTECTION OF INFORMATION

  • Basic modern cryptographic methods of information security.
  • Symmetric cryptographic encryption systems (GOST28147-89, DES, 3DES, AES, IDEA, etc.)
  • Asymmetric cryptographic encryption systems.
  • Comparative evaluation of cryptographic methods.
  • Construction and use of hash functions.
  • Digital signature technologies.
  • The concept of a public key infrastructure. PKI models and standards.
  • Methods, tools and protocols for cryptographic protection of information transmitted over communication channels.
  • Ways and means of cryptographic protection of data storage on computer media.

SECTION 3. REVIEW OF CRYPTOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SECURITY MEANS CERTIFIED BY FSB OF RUSSIA

  • Overview of the certified by the FSB of Russia means of encryption, simulation protection, EDS.
  • Overview the certified by the FSB of Russia firewalls and means of prevention of unauthorized access.

SECTION 4. INFORMATION SECURITY SYSTEM CRYPTOPRO

  • The purpose and main features of the Certification Center “CryptoPro CA” complex.
  • The structure, composition, allocation and interaction of the components of the Certification Center.
  • CIPF of the CryptoPro CSP.
  • The Registration Center of the Certification Center. Its components and operation modes.
  • User’s computer workstation.

SECTION 5. CSP VPN INFORMATION SECURITY SYSTEM

  • Review of CSP VPN solutions.
  • CSP VPN Server: installation, configuration and management.
  • CSP VPN Client: installation, configuration and management.
  • CSP VPN Gate: installation, configuration and management.

Quantum cryptography

Quantum cryptography uses as an information carrier single photons, so if they get captured they will not reach the addressee, which immediately become a signal of espionage.

To hide the interception, the spy is to measure the quantum state of a photon (polarization or phase) and send it to the addressee “duplicate”. But according to the laws of quantum mechanics, it is impossible, since any changes the state of the measurement, the photon, that is, does not give the opportunity to create his “clone.”

This fact ensures complete privacy data, so these systems are beginning to be used in the world of the secret services and banking networks.

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The International Master’s Degree Program «Intelligent Systems in the Field of Information Science and Computer Engineering» is offered by the Distributed Intelligent Systems Department.

Within the program framework students gain the knowledge of:
• Conditions, tendencies, and applications of intellectual systems and technologies as well as artificial intelligence application for information systems projecting;
• New information technologies for management problems solution connected with the application of artificial intelligence facilities and methodology;
• Principles of intellectual information systems development in applied areas (the main spheres of industrial cycle and financial information systems).

• Duration of study – 2 years
• Format – full-time
• English medium
• Last date for submission of documents: 20th August


Program content:

Core Courses:
• Modern Problems of Information Science and Computer Engineering (8 ECTS)
• Computer Technologies in Science and Education (5 ECTS)
• History and Methodology of Informatics and Computer Science (4 ECTS)
• Operation Systems Concepts (6 ECTS)
• Programming Technologies (3 ECTS)
• Neuroinformatics and Neurotechnologies (7 ECTS)
• Intelligent Systems and Knowledge Engineering (4 ECTS)
• Distributed Artificial Intelligence Systems (6 ECTS)
• Systems Modelling (3 ECTS)
• Information Security (2 ECTS)

Scientific and Research work:
• Scientific and Research Work (20 ECTS per each semester)
• Master’s Theses Completion (30 ECTS)

Elective Courses: one discipline should be chosen from each group:
• Group A (20 ECTS)
• Russian Language (different levels of the Russian language learning are available)
• Group B (2 ECTS)
• Intelligent Computing
• Distributed Databases
• Group C (2 ECTS)
• Speech Technologies
• Image Processing

FAQ

• How long is the Masters program?
The Masters program is a 2-year program, the first two years being dedicated mainly to courses, the last year – to research and thesis.
• Can I send TOEFL scores which are more than five years’ old?
The Admissions Committee requires TOEFL score no more than two years old.
• When does the academic year start?
The academic year starts in October.

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Master in Information Technologies and Innovation Management in Partnership with IBM

Mission of the program lies in preparing students with a broad field of specialization with an emphasis on Russian and international hi-tech projects management and work within high intellectual capital companies, as well as in high technology companies focusing on innovative approaches and design in telecommunications, information technology industry, energy and transportation.

• Duration of study – 4 years
• Format – full-time
• Bachelor Degree confirmed by the University
• Workload – Measured in ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System). Total 240 ECTS
• Last date for submission of documents: 20th August

Who is the Information Technologies and Innovation Management program aimed at?
The program is designed for students with previous education in technology, mathematics, science, engineering, and economics who seek to effectively use their potential and build successful careers in the field of information, information technologies, and innovation projects management.

Competitive advantages of the program
• The program is delivered entirely in English
• Opportunity to complete a double-degree program with the Global Alliance in Management Education CEMS
• Opportunity to complete a double-degree program with the Lappeenranta University of Technology School of Business, LUT
• Obligatory semester abroad in leading European and North American business schools.
• Availability of unique study cases that are taught by professors in cooperation with experts from Russian and International companies in the field of information technologies, innovation management, e-business, knowledge engineering
• Availability of the license software providing practical learning of the main courses

Other peculiarities of Master in Information Technologies and Innovation Management program
• Program implementation according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS), which provides international comparability of educational programs
• Adaptive courses in economics, general and strategic management for students who came to the program from other fields of study
• Obligatory course “Manager Professional Skills”, aimed to refine and develop students’ managerial and communicative skills
• Availability of a unique in its breadth fund of literature in management, marketing, economics, information technologies and related subjects (total number of items exceeds 80,000)
• Opportunity for each student to subscribe to the leading Russian and foreign journals and online resources in economics and management
• Remote access to all electronic digital resources that facilitate the educational process


Program curriculum includes:
• Core courses which comprise fundamental theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of corporate information systems, intellectual technologies in management, e-business, project management
• Elective courses which are aimed at extending individual professional experiences in general and strategic management

Information Technologies in Management Disciplines
• Business Process Management and Information Technologies
• Enterprise Information Systems
• Managing Intellectual Capital for Business Value Creation
• Knowledge Management
• E-Business
• Project Management
• Mobile Business
• Technology Innovation
• New Product Management
• Research and Development Management
• Innovations in the Knowledge Economy

General and Strategic Management Disciplines
• Managerial Economics
• Quantitative Methods of Business Research
• Contemporary Strategic Analysis
• Corporate Finance
• Organizational Behavior
• International Logistics

Practical aspects of program curriculum include
• Consulting project, obligatory for all students and implemented on the basis of one of the largest Russian or international companies in telecommunications, intellectual technologies, and IT (for example, MTS, BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH, Microsoft, Nokia, Schlumberger and many others)
• Opportunity of internship at leading Russian and international companies (such as Ingria Business Incubator, Sberbank, Henkel, JTI, Schlumberger, Unilever, Wörwag Pharma GmbH &Co KG)

Master in Information Technologies and Innovation Management Program Content
1st Year

1st semester
Core:
• Managerial Economics
• Quantitative Methods of Business Research
• Contemporary Strategic Analysis
• Corporate Finance
• Organizational Behavior
• Research Seminar
• Manager Professional Skills
• Foreign Language (German, French, Spanish)

Elective:
• Introduction to Business Management
• Knowledge Engineering

2nd semester
Core:
• Business Processes Management and Information Technologies
• Technology Innovation
• Research Seminar
• Manager Professional Skills
• Foreign Language (German, French, Spanish)

Elective:
• International Economics and Trade
• Emerging Financial Markets
• Corporate Information Systems
• Knowledge Management
• International Business Strategy
• Supply Chain Management
• International Marketing
• International Human Resource Management
• International Accounting and Analysis

2nd Year

3rd semester
Core:
• Research Seminar
• Managerial Practice
• Consulting Project
• Manager Professional Skills
• Foreign Language (German, French, Spanish)

Elective:
• Corporate Social Responsibility
• New Product Management
• Managing Intellectual Capital for Business Value Creation
• Mobile Business
• Business Intelligence
• International Logistics
• Transportation Logistics
• Project Management

Elective for the Global Alliance in Management Education CEMS program:
• Corporate Responsibility in Managerial Practices
• Innovations in the Knowledge Economy
• Business communications in Foreing Language (German, French, Spanish, Russian)

4th semester
Core:
• Research Seminar
• Preparation of Master Thesis

Elective:
• E-Business
• Business-Government Relations
• Relationship Marketing
• Inventory Control and Management
• Economic Analysis of Contracts and Organizations
• Cross-Cultural Management

Elective for the Global Alliance in Management Education CEMS program:
• Business Project
• Organizational Change Management in Russian Companies
• Business communications in Management and Business in Foreing Language (German, French, Spanish, Russian)


Students and graduates
Today students and graduates of the Master in Information Technologies and Innovation Management Program successfully undertake internships and work in such companies as:

Alcan Packaging VTB
Ampparit Oy Gazprom Neft
BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH Ingria Business Incubator
Borealis Polymers Oy Megafon
Henkel MTS
i-Free National Satellite Company
Kesko Food Ltd. Pulkovo
L’Oreal Russian Railways
Procter & Gamble Sberbank
PwC Power Machines
Schlumberger Speech Technology Center
Shell Yandex
Unilever
UPM
Veeam Software
Walt Disney
Wörwag Pharma GmbH &Co KG

FAQ

How long is the Masters program?
The Masters program is a 2-year program, the first two years being dedicated mainly to courses, the last year – to research and thesis.

Can I send TOEFL scores which are more than five years’ old?
The Admissions Committee requires TOEFL score no more than two years old.

When does the academic year start?
The academic year starts in October.

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Study PhD in Computer Science in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

All international students are requested to choose any one topic from below and apply. Please do not ask us to send best thesis or topic (synopsis). You write us only if you wish to APPLY – as a Master student wishing to enrol one must pay more heed.  We do not do any consulatations. Consultations are done AFTER you enroll with your personal supervisors.

The list below is the latest available choice of topics as given by the Professors. Further niche specialized topics can be had after coming in the faculty after your admission has been done and discussing with your supervising Professor. Anybody wishing to study PhD in Computer Science in Russia are welcome. It can be done with the following subjects:

  1. Algorithms and system for identifying a person by biometric parameters;
  2. Architecture of information systems and information interaction;
  3. Artificial neural networks in control systems and digital media;
  4. Automation and control of technological processes and production;
  5. Automation of scientific research, image processing and pattern recognition;
  6. Automation of technological processes and production (by industry);
  7. Automation Systems Design;
  8. Computer-aided design in electronics and mechanical engineering;
  9. Computer analysis of the different physical structures, optimization of their parameters, the simulation of adaptive algorithms;
  10. Computers and systems;
  11. Components and devices of computers and control systems;
  12. Computational geometry algorithms and image processing;
  13. Corporate information management systems;
  14. Databases and knowledge bases;
  15. Data protection and information security systems and networks;
  16. Design automation systems;
  17. Design methods of intelligent tools for collecting and processing information;
  18. Devices and methods for measuring;
  19. Differential Equations;
  20. Digital Signal Processing;
  21. Discrete Mathematics and Mathematical Cybernetics;
  22. Electrical equipment and systems management;
  23. Elements and devices of computers and control systems;
  24. GIS technology;
  25. Hardware and software embedded systems;
  26. Hardware and software implementation of complex algorithms;
  27. High task-oriented parallel computing;
  28. Intellectual and agent technologies;
  29. Integrated information management systems engineering data and product lifecycle;
  30. Information-measuring and control systems Mathematics and software of computers, systems and Computer networks;
  31. Intelligent systems and technologies;
  32. Information technology in management and systems research;
  33. Information Technology in Education;
  34. Information technology for special purposes,
  35. Management and diagnostics based on Neuro – Fuzzy technologies;
  36. Management in the structure – complex dynamic systems;
  37. Mathematical modeling, numerical methods and software;
  38. Methods and systems for information security, information security;
  39. Models, methods and tools of analysis of performance and reliability of software systems;
  40. Methods and software for virtual reality systems;
  41. Models and methods of decision making, optimization and simulation,
  42. Multimedia systems and computer graphics;
  43. Parallel processing of data;
  44. Pattern recognition and image processing;
  45. Real-time systems;
  46. Software for monitoring computer systems;
  47. System analysis, management and information processing (by industry);
  48. Technology development of software systems;
  49. Technologies and methods of distributed systems to analyse data and processes;
  50. Technology open-source software;
  51. Telecommunication systems and computer networks;
  52. Telecommunication technologies, multimedia technology, WEB-technologies;
  53. The identification of signals and analysis of dynamic scenes
  54. Theory and methods for building functional converters
  55. Automated control systems of seamless process flows (TPU)
  56. Digital signal processing (TPU)
  57. Information systems and technologies (TPU)
  58. Enterprise information systems (EIS) (TPU)
  59. Business process management systems (BPMS) (TPU)
  60. Life cycle management on the basis of CALS technologies (TPU)
  61. System management, simulation modeling of complex systems (TPU)
  62. Analysis and design of control systems of objects with interval uncertainty (TPU)
  63. Geoinformation systems for distributed enterprise management, remote sensing data advanced processing (TPU)
  64. Computing intelligence to recognize image and video data (TPU)
  65. Automation control theory (TPU)
  66. Mathematical representation, fundamental properties and modeling of control objects and systems (TPU)
  67. Mobile objects control (TPU)
  68. Modeling and business process reengineering (TPU)
  69. Mechatronics, robotics and control, control self-tuning systems of objects with concentrated and distributed parameters (TPU)
  70. System analysis and business process reengineering (TPU)
  71. Design of enterprise information systems on the basis of networks and telecommunications (TPU)
  72. Neural network technologies in information processing (TPU)
  73. Development of information system on the basis of ontological approach and semantic technologies (TPU)
  74. Computer modeling of designing processes and development control of oil-and-gas fields (TPU)
  75. 3D-modeling and imaging of compound elements and systems (TPU)
  76. Algorithms and software for increase of technology resource efficiency on the basis of 3-D modeling (TPU)
  77. Aspects of methodology for teaching graphics and development of competencies for designing. Estimation of efficiency (TPU)
  78. 3D Digital Simulation Technology of Oil and Gas Fields (TPU)
  79. Optimization of geometrical parameters of cutting tools (TPU)
  80. Modification of cutting tools and machine components coating surface (TPU)
  81. Research and development of assembly instruments with removable polyhedral plates (TPU)
  82. Components processing by clear plastic deformation (TPU)
  83. Computer systems for metrological analysis and measurement of production processes parameters (TPU)
  84. Signal theory, processing and generation (TPU)
  85. Software for instrument technology (TPU)
  86. Precision inductance dividers, nanovolt-measurement (TPU)
  87. Metrological supervision of electrical power meters (TPU)
  88. Measurement theory (TPU)
  89. Digital colorimetric analysis of materials and their metrological supervision (TPU)
  90. AC voltage calibration devices (TPU)
  91. System analysis, management and information processing (by industry) (MIPT)
  92. Automation and management of technological processes and manufactures (by industry)  (MIPT)
  93. Management in social and economic systems (MIPT)
  94. Mathematical and software of computers, complexes and computer networks (MIPT)
  95. Computer-aided design (by industry) (MIPT)
  96. Computers, complexes and computer networks (MIPT)
  97. Foundations of information science (MIPT)
  98. Mathematical modeling, numerical methods and complexes of programs (MIPT)
  99. System Analysis, Management and Information Processing (Industry, Information Technologies)
  100. Elements and Devices of Computer Facilities and Control Systems.
  101. Mathematical Software for Computers, Complexes and Computer Networks.
  102. Mathematical Simulation, Numerical Computing and Software Systems.
  103. Information Security Products and Systems.

Students are encourage to think their own topics.

All serious candidates interested in admission, please write us.

If you are a serious applicant, can afford the fees and; you or your parents need further local assistance, please leave your country , city, full name and telephone numbers. Our local Representatives in your country will contact you directly.

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The Robotics Engineering Program strives to educate students to

  • Have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Systems Engineering.
  • Apply these abstract concepts and practical skills to design and construct robots and robotic systems for diverse applications.
  • Have the imagination to see how robotics can be used to improve society and the entrepreneurial background and spirit to make their ideas become reality.
  • Demonstrate the ethical behavior and standards expected of responsible professionals functioning in a diverse society.

BACHELORS in Robotics

  1. Automation and control
  2. Information science and computer engineering
  3. Management and Informatics in Technical Systems
  4. Information technology in management
  5. Computers, complexes, systems and networks
  6. The technology of software development
  7. Mechatronics
  8. Autonomous robots

MASTERS in Robotics

  1. Elements and devices of computer engineering and information systems
  2. Control in engineering systems
  3. Automation of technological processes and productions
  4. Computer networks and telecommunications
  5. Computer modeling
  6. Integrated production control system
  7. Management and Informatics in Technical Systems
  8. Computer networks and telecommunications
  9. Technology development of software systems
  10. Mechatronics
  11. Robotics

Bachelor Course includes

  • Introduction to Electrical Signals and Systems
  • Electronic Circuits
  • Introduction to Logic Design (also COS 306)
  • Engineering Sciences Laboratory
  • Experimental Physics Seminar

Control Systems

  • Process Control
  • Robotics and Intelligent Systems
  • Automatic Control Systems
  • Modern Control

Cognition, Language, and Decision-Making

  • Learning Theory and Epistemology
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Fundamentals of Neuroscience
  • Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience
  • The Psychology of Decision Making and Judgment
  • Introduction to Connectionist Models

Electives

Option One

  • Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing

Option Two

  • Design, Synthesis, and Optimization of Chemical Processes
  • Introduction to Nonlinear Dynamics

Computer Science

Course One

  • Introduction to Programming Systems
  • Computing for the Physical and Social Sciences
  • Transforming Reality By Computer (also MUS 315)
  • Reasoning about Computation
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Graphics
  • Computer Vision
  • Human-Computer Interface Technology (also ELE 369)
  • Computational Geometry
  • Computer Networks
  • Theory of Computation (MAT 487)
  • Autonomous Robot Navigation

Course Two

  • Circuits and Signal Processing
  • System Design and Analysis
  • Networks, Friends, Money, and Bytes

Course Three

  • Image Processing and Transmission

Computational Linguistics

  • Phonetics & Phonology
  • Linguistic Semantics (also PHI 345)
  • The Structure & Meaning of Words
  • Linguistic Universals and Language Diversity
  • Advanced Syntax

Introduction to Engineering Dynamics

  • Engineering Design
  • Mechanical Design
  • Aircraft Flight Dynamics
  • Aircraft Design
  • Space Flight
  • Space System Design
  • Microprocessors for Measurement and Control

Bioscience

Course One

  • Cellular and Systems Neuroscience
  • Introduction to Biological Dynamics

Course Two

  • Computational Neuroscience

Fundamentals of Engineering Statistics

  • Elements of Interactive Computer Graphics
  • Optimization (also EGR 307)
  • Probability and Stochastic Systems
  • Optimization under Uncertainty
  • Regression and Applied Time Series
  • Statistical Design of Experiments
  • Operations and Information Engineering
  • Transportation

Logic

Course One

  • Introductory Logic
  • Intermediate Logic
  • Philosophy of Language
  • Philosophy of the Cognitive Sciences
  • Philosophical Logic

Course Two

  • Memory and Cognition
  • Psychology of Thinking
  • Rationality and Human Reasoning

Robotics Masters Program

Core courses of Masters in Robotics cover the following fields:

  • Robotics and Animation
  • Control Systems Design
  • Computer Vision
  • Machine Learning

Electives of Masters in Robotics include:

  • Learning in Robotics
  • Vision and Learning
  • Hybrid Systems
  • Motion Planning
  • Mechatronics
  • Biomechanics
  • Mobile Robot Design
  • Mobile Robot Programming
  • Advanced Mobile Robot Development

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Studying Engineering in Russia

Engineering is one of the most satisfying professions. You get results. You make things happen. You generate new solutions to other people’s problems and at the end of the day, you have the job satisfaction of being able to see your work in action and if you are a super communicator and a capable Manager of Men create wealth for you, your family, your company and country in the process. Engineering is an intellectually demanding profession, mainly because of the wide range of skills you need to deploy. You are expected to be good at mathematics, to have a sound grasp of basic sciences, to be inventive and creative, to be able to sell your ideas to clients and colleagues and, in due course, to organise and lead fellow professionals.

Choosing to study Engineering in leading Russian State Universities will render you the following advantages:

  • Research is integrated into learning
  • Bilingual diploma: in Russian and English languages
  • Enhanced opportunities for career development
  • European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)
  • Practice and traineeships in leading Russian and foreign companies
  • Access to research and technological resources
  • Modern educational technologies
  • low Professor: student ratios
  • Russian State Universities have a reputation for high quality research
  • Common core in years 1 and 2 for all engineering students
  • Final choice of specialisation can be made at start of year 3

We can offer Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate, Professorial and Advanced Training degree programs in leading Russian State Universities in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Tomsk, Kazan etc.. Their descriptions are below.

 

 

 

 

 

  • FACULTY of Central Research Institute of Robotics and Technical Cybernetics

BACHELOR

  1. Automation and control
  2. Information science and computer engineering
  3. Management and Informatics in Technical Systems
  4. Information technology in management
  5. Computers, complexes, systems and networks
  6. The technology of software development
  7. Mechatronics
  8. Autonomous robots

MASTERS

  1. Elements and devices of computer engineering and information systems
  2. Control in engineering systems
  3. Automation of technological processes and productions
  4. Computer networks and telecommunications
  5. Computer modelling
  6. Integrated production control system
  7. Management and Informatics in Technical Systems
  8. Computer networks and telecommunications
  9. Technology development of software systems
  10. Mechatronics
  11. Robotics

 

 

  • FACULTY of Management and Information Technology

BACHELORS

  1. Information systems and databases
  2. Organisation of Public Administration
  3. Organisation of Public Administration in Tourism
  4. State management of customs processes
  5. Strategic planning and national security

MASTERS

  1. Organisation of Public Administration
  2. Organisation of Public Administration in Tourism
  3. State management of customs processes
  4. Strategic planning and national security
  • Faculty of Complex Safety

BACHELORS

  1. Metallurgy
  2. Management of sustainable innovative development in the technosphere
  3. Safety of technological processes and production
  4. Protection in Emergencies

MASTERS

  1. Safety of Technosphere
  2. System to insure safety of Technosphere
  3. Nuclear, radiation and chemical safety

  • FACULTY of Electronics

BACHELORS

  1. Technical Physics
  2. Electronics and Microelectronics
  3. Electronics and Nanoelectronics
  4. Nanotechnology and Microsystem Technology

MASTERS

  1. Physics and technology of laser and opto-electronic systems
  2. Quantum and Optical Electronics
  3. Microwave Electronics and Telecommunications
  4. Electronic devices and equipment
  5. Nanotechnology and Diagnostics
  6. Nanoelectronics and Photonics
  7. Nano and Microsystem Technology
  8. Physical Electronics
  9. Electronics and Nanoelectronics

Specialization: Electronic Devices and Facilities

  • FACULTY of Electromechanics

BACHELORS

  1. Electric power systems and networks
  2. Electric Power Plants
  3. Relay protection and automation of electric power systems
  4. Electromechanics
  5. Electrical insulation, cable and capacitor technology
  6. Electrical and electronic equipment
  7. High-Power and Electrical Engineering
  8. Electric power supply
  9. Electrotechnological devices and systems
  10. Electrical equipment and electrical equipment companies, organizations and institutions

MASTERS

  1. Electric power installation of power plants and substations
  2. Electric power systems and transmission network, their modes, stability and reliability
  3. Optimization of power systems in developing
  4. Technology and physics of high pressure
  5. Automation Power Systems
  6. Electromagnetic compatibility and energy efficiency
  7. Adaptive electrodynamic system
  8. Technology design and manufacturing of electromechanical energy converters
  9. Methods of investigation and modeling of processes in electromechanical energy converters
  10. Electric control apparatus and power distribution
  11. Physics and technology of electrical insulation
  12. Physics and technology of cables and wires
  13. Plasma, laser and radiation processes and systems installation and power management
  14. Electrotechnological systems and installations for environmental purposes
  15. Electrophysical complexes and installation of systems based on plasmodynamics
  16. Electrical system of enterprises, organizations and institution

  1. FACULTY of Geology

BACHELORS

  1. Geology
  2. Oil and Gas Business
  3. Ecology and Nature (Ecology and subsoil)
  4. Geophysics
  5. Geology and Geochemistryof Combustible Minerals
  6. Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology
  7. Applied Geology
  8. TechnologyGeological Survey(specializationGeophysical methods of prospectingand explorationof mineral resources)

SPECIALISTS

  1. Geology and Geochemistry of Combustible Minerals
  2. Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology
  3. Applied Geochemistry, petrology and mineralogy
  4. Environmental Geology

MASTERS

  1. Geology and Geochemistry of Oil and Gas
  2. Geophysical methods for studying the Earth’s crust
  3. Economic Geology
  4. Hydrogeoecology
  5. Engineering geology

  • FACULTY of Geography and Geoecology

BACHELORS

  1. Geography
  2. Hydrometeorology
  3. Environment and Nature
  4. Geography and Cartography
  5. Tourism
  6. Planning and Inventory

MASTERS

  1. Agrometeorology
  2. Biogeography
  3. Water reservoirs and man-made changes
  4. Geomorphology
  5. Geoecology
  6. Climatology
  7. Landscape Planning
  8. Modeling of hydrological processes
  9. Recent tectonics and geodynamics
  10. Political Geography and Geopolitics
  11. Impacts of climate change
  12. Nature
  13. Regional Policy
  14. The relief of the Earth based on aerospace survey
  15. System diagnostics regional environment
  16. Control Systems in Ecology
  17. Regional studies and international tourism
  18. Management of land
  19. Sustainable development and environmental management
  20. The physical and evolutionary geography
  21. Quaternary geology and Palaeogeography
  22. Environmental issues of water bodies of land
  23. Economic and social geography of Russia and CIS
  24. Economic and Social Geography
  25. Ethnic geography and ethnic policies
  26. Oceanology
  27. Geo-environmental monitoring and environmental management in the northern oil and gas
  28. Applied Polar and Marine Research
    • FACULTY of Innovation

BACHELORS

  1. Innovation Management (in industries and the economy)
  2. Project Management
  3. Quality management of innovative projects

MASTERS

  1. Management of innovation processes
  2. Management of technology innovation in general
  3. Theoretical Foundations of Innovation
  4. CALS-technologies in the management of innovation
  5. Personnel management in innovative projects
  6. Quality management of innovative projects
  7. Technical regulation and optimization of processes
  8. Logistics of innovation processes and systems
  9. Technology of innovative development of transport systems
  • FACULTY of Intellectual System Management and Nanotechnology

BACHELORS & MASTERS

  1. Management of technical systems
  2. Power and Electrical Engineering
  3. Mechatronics and Robotics
  4. Technical Physics
  5. Design and technology of electronic equipment
  6. Instrumentation Engineering

  • FACULTY of Mechanical Engineering

BACHELORS

  1. Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering in English 
  2. Machine Building
  3. Design and technological support of machine production
  4. Motor transport and technology systems
  5. Applied mechanics

MASTERS

  1. Applied mechanics
    1. Mathematic modeling of mechanical systems
    2. Mechanics of deformable solids
    3. Dynamics and strength of machines
    4. Applied mechanics
    5. Physics of strength and plasticity of materials
  2. Machine Building (Technological machines and equipment)
    1. Automation of technological machinery and equipment
    2. Technological robots, manipulators and technological systems
    3. Processes and machines for metal pressure processing
    4. Hoisting conveying machines
    5. Construction and road machines
    6. Theory of mechanisms and machines
    7. Innovations and engineering market
    8. Construction materials and technologies of electrophysical and mechanical processing
    9. Information systems of technological machines
  3. Design and technological support of machine production
    1. Machine-building technology
    2. Metal-cutting machine-tools

  • FACULTY of Power Engineering

BACHELORS

  1. Industrial power
  2. Thermal Power Plants
  3. Combined-cycle thermal power station
  4. Boilers, combustion chambers and steam plant
  5. Gas turbine, steam-turbine plant and motors
  6. Aircraft engines and power plants
  7. Internal combustion engines
  8. Hydraulic Machines & Drives, Hydraulic/Pneumatic Control
  9. Compressor and refrigerating machines and installations
  10. Vacuum and air compressors physical facilities
  11. Car and tractor
  12. Multi-purpose tracked vehicles
  13. Nuclear power plants and installations

MASTERS

  1. Technology of production of electricity and heat
  2. Combined-cycle thermal power station
  3. Technology and Ecology burning of fossil fuels
  4. Steam and gas turbines
  5. Reciprocating engines and combined
  6. Gas turbine engines and power plants combined
  7. Vacuum and air compressors physical facilities
  8. Hydraulic Machines & Drives, HydroPneumatic Control
  9. System of hydraulic and pneumatic actuators
  10. Cars
  11. Tractors
  • FACULTY of Physics and Mechanics

BACHELORS

  1. Physics
  2. Applied Mechanics
  3. Technical Physics
  4. Mechanics and Mathematic modeling

MASTERS

  1. Physics
    1. Biophysics
    2. Medical nuclear physics
    3. Thermal and molecular physics
    4. Applied solid-state physics
    5. Space physics
    6. Applied plasma physics and controlled thermonuclear fusion
    7. Optical physics and quantum electronics
    8. Physics of low-dimension structures
    9. Physical and technical aspects of analytical device construction
    10. Physics of medical technologies
    11. Physics of active mediums of vacuum electronics
    12. Physical material science
    13. Polymer and indigested dielectric physics
    14. Semiconductor physics techniques
    15. Medical and bioengineering physics
    16. Radio physics and electronicsTechnical Physics
    17. Mechanics and Mathematic modelling
  2. Mechanics of deformable solids
  3. Applied mechanics
    1. Mathematical modelling of mechanical systems
    2. Mechanics of deformable solids
    3. Dynamics and strength of machines
    4. Applied mechanics
    5. Physics of strength and plasticity of materials

  • FACULTY of Materials Science and Technology

BACHELORS

  1. Metallurgy
  2. Metal Forming
  3. Ferrous Metals
  4. Casting of ferrous and nonferrous metals
  5. Metallurgy and heat treatment of metals
  6. Welding Metallurgy
  7. Non-Ferrous Metallurgy
  8. Materials science and technology of new materials
  9. Material Science and Material Technology of Solid State Electronics
  10. Materials science and technology of Nanomaterials and Nanosystems
  11. Physics and chemistry of materials and processes

MASTERS

  1. Metallurgy of Steel
  2. Theoretical Foundations and Foundry technologies
  3. Theoretical Foundations of welding processes
  4. Development of metallic materials. Analysis of the structure and properties
  5. The development of metallic Nanomaterials. Analysis of the structure and properties
  6. Material science, technology acquisition and processing of metallic materials with special properties
  7. Production technology of Steel and Alloys
  8. Materials science of nanomaterials and electronic components
  9. Materials Science and protect materials from corrosion
  10. Metal Forming
  11. Powder and Composite Materials
  12. Methods for obtaining and processing of metallic Nanomaterials
  13. Quality Control of Steel and Alloys
  14. Materials science and high technology materials processing

 

 

  • FACULTY of Radio Physical Science and Engineering

BACHELORS

  1. Technical Engineering
  2. Radio Engineering
  3. Infocommunication technologies and communication systems
  4. Electronics and nanoelectronics

MASTERS

  1. Electronics and nanoelectronics
    1. Physical electronics
  2. Radio engineering
    1. Systems and devices for transmission, reception and processing of signals
  3. Infocommunication technologies and communication systems
    1. Systems and devices of radio engineering and communications
  4. Technical Physics
    1. Thermal and molecular physics
    2. Applied solid-state physics
    3. Space physics
    4. Applied plasma physics and controlled thermonuclear fusion
    5. Optical physics and quantum electronics
    6. Physics of low-dimension structures
    7. Physical and technical aspects of analytical device construction
    8. Physics of medical technologies
    9. Physics of active mediums of vacuum electronics
    10. Physical material science
    11. Polymer and indigested dielectric physics
    12. Semiconductor physics techniques
    13. Medical and bioengineering physics
    14. Radio physics and electronics

  • FACULTY of Mining

BACHELORS

  1. Metallurgy
    1. Nonferrous metallurgy
    2. Heat engineering of metallurgical processes
  2. Production machines and equipment
    1. Metallurgical machines and equipment
    2. Oil and gas processing equipment facilities
    3. Blasting work
    4. Ecology of mining industry
    5. Mining machines and Electrification and automation in mining practice
    6. Mining transportation systems
    7. Process safety and mine rescue work
  3. Protecting the environment
  4. Geology and mineral exploration
  5. Land management and registry
  6. Geology and mineral exploration mining
  7. Oil and Gas Business
  • FACULTY of Underground Space Development

BACHELORS

  1. Geological survey technology
    1. Geophysical methods and geophysical prospecting
    2. Mineral deposit exploration technology
  2. Mining
    1. Underground mining of stratified mineral deposits
    2. Underground ore mining
    3. Opencast mining
    4. Mine surveying
    5. Mine construction and underground excavations
    6. Mineral processing
  3. Applied geology
    1. Geological survey, prospecting and exploration of solid mineral deposits
    2. Prospecting and exploration of underground waters and geological engineering survey
    3. Applied geochemistry, petrology and mineralogy
    4. Petroleum geology
  4. Applied geodesy Engineering geodesy

    • FACULTY of Mechanical and Machinery Engineering

BACHELORS

  1. Industrial Design
  2. Dynamics and strength of machines, instruments and equipment
  3. Triboengineering
  4. Printing machines and automated systems
  5. Machines and technology of metal forming
  6. Machines and technology of high material processing
  7. Mechanical Engineering Technology
  8. Metalworking machines and systems
  9. Engineering Nanotechnology in Mechanical Engineering
  10. Lifting and transport, construction, road machines and equipment

MASTERS

  1. Machine-building technology
  2. Automation of technological machinery and equipment
  3. Metal-cutting machine-tools
  4. Processes and machines for metal pressure processing
  5. Construction and road machines
  6. Dynamics and strength of machines
  7. Tribotechnique
  8. Theory of mechanisms and machines
  9. Innovations in engineering market
  10. Construction materials and technologies of electrophysical and mechanical processing
  11. Information systems of technological machines
  12. Industrial Design
  13. Computer technology and simulation in the mechanics
  14. Processes and machines for processing pressure
  15. Structural materials and technology of Electro-mechanical processing and Vacuum systems and machinery
  16. Information systems technology machines
  17. Management of design and technological innovation
  18. Logistic Systems
  19. Carrying and lifting machines
  20. Mechatronic system engineering automation
  21. Technological robots, manipulators and robotic systems in engineering
  22. Mechanical Engineering Technology
  23. Metalworking machines
  24. Hoisting Machine

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