International Board

The international board's primary objective is the integration of MIPT as an inheritor of original Soviet Science into the world's academic community. It consists of renowned scientists from all over the world, including directors of such prestigious universities as MIT and École Polytechnique Paris. The board is overlooking MIPT's development, providing the advisory support of university's scientific and educational activities.

The primary objective of International Board is the integration of MIPT as an inheritor of original Soviet Science into the world's academic community. We aim to become a university which will be fully involved into international scientific and educational exchange. 

Board`s Tasks are:
  • Approval of the strategic initiatives implementations
  • Accumulation of the foreign experience of the university development
  • Accelerating MIPT integration into the international research and educational programs
  • Enhancing the international competitiveness of MIPT
Prof. Leo Rafael Reif

President of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Evgeny Velikhov

Soviet and Russian theoretical physicist, academic, professor. Vice-President of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the Russian Academy of Sciences. President of the Kurchatov Institute.

Dirk Jan van den Berg

President of the Executive Board of Delft University of Technology

Jacques Biot

The President of Ecole polytechnique

Ralph Eichler

President of ETH Zurich

Philippe Gillet

Vice Presidency for Academic Affairs of EPFL

Carlo Rubbia

Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam

Ashok Belani

Executive Vice President Technology Schlumberger Limited

Sung-Mo Kang

President of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

1. MIPT outlook and strategy for 2020.
N. Kudryavtsev, O. Gorshkov, A. Derevnina.
2. Report of the Expert board Chair: ‘Results of the first call for submissions to the “50 Labs” program’
A.Andreev
3. Discussion: ‘Emerging organizational structure models and governance of  leading technical universities’ 
Board members
4. Other business (place, date, and agenda of next meeting, other).
5. Final remarks: recommendations and comments
L.R. Reif
1. University transformation and school foundation. 
N. Kudryavtsev 
2. R&D lab’s and research centers development. 
O. Gorshkov 
3. MIPT Life Science center. 
A. Ivaschenko 
4. MIPT Engineering center. 
D. Pisarenko 
5. Internationalization strategy implementation
A. Derevnina 
6. Other business (place, date, other). 
7. Protocol resolution.
1. MIPT Strategy. The First Year’s Outcome of 5-100 Project. 
Nikolay Kudryavtsev 
2. 5-100 Process and MIPT.
Malcolm Grant
3. MIPT Roadmap: Phase II. 
Tagir Aushev, Anna Derevnina, Dmitry Zubtsov