MIPT is one of the leading universities in the areas of physics, mathematics, and informatics. The institute holds a leading position in Russia in quality recruitment and qualified graduate training. Students and graduates of MIPT are representatives of an elite circle who, thanks to their interdisciplinary scientific surroundings, are able to fully realize their potential.
The unique “Fiztech System” is one of the best approaches to education, which explains its existence in an almost unchanged form for more that 60 years. Receiving a fundamental education in mathematics and physics and a preliminary acquaintance with the chosen specialization, along with the acquisition of skills in independent work already by the 4th course provides each student with the knowledge and experience of a full scholar. Thus, by the end of the program, students already have significant achievements in their chosen area of activity.
In the present age of digital technology, time plays a particularly important role. Education of a difficult and protracted nature allows students and graduates of MIPT to always be in the trend of world science and to adapt to sudden changes in the situation.
Student life at MIPT is rich and diverse. Students actively combine educational activities with sports, participation in cultural events, as well as their creative endeavors. The administration at the institute strongly supports this initiative and cares about the welfare of its students. Thus, it is constantly working to expand the campus and interests of students.
Laboratory of Topological Quantum Phenomena in Superconducting Systems
The laboratory was organized at MIPT in 2014 by order of the Rector (order number 04-6 of 12.02.2014) under the direction of Alexander Golubov, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences and professor at the University of Twente (Netherlands). Golubov won an open competition for grants (4th round) that was conducted as part of a program of the Government of the Russian Federation set up on 9April 2010(№220) - official page in Russian.
Alexander Golubov graduated from the Department of Theoretical Physics at the Moscow State Institute of Steels and Alloys under the direction of A.A. Abrikosov in 1983. Then he worked and defended his candidate and doctoral dissertations at the Institute of Solid State Physics at the Russian Academy of Science in Chernogolovka. From 1998 to the present day, Alexander Golubov has been a professor at the Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. His scientific interests include the study of condensed matter physics, in particular the transport and high-frequency properties of superconductors, proximity and Josephson effects, quantum processes in electronic and magnetic constructions. Golubov works effectively with experimenters, producing more than 350 publications in peer-reviewed journals with an h (Hirsch) index of 43.