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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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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.

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