Administration

MIPT's key management principle is pluralism and collective decision taking. The university is run by a board of experienced administrators and actual researchers, most of who are, besides, Phystech alumni. The management hierarchy includes President, Vice-Presidents for scientific and academic affairs, pre-university education, international relations, economic, construction adn operations. 12 faculty deans form a council to take university's main decisions.


Nikolay Kudryavtsev

Rector of MIPT

Tagir Aushev

Vice-rector for research and strategic development

Artem Voronov

Vice-rector for academic affairs and pre-university education

Dmitry Zubtsov

Vice-rector for academic affairs and economic development

Elena Anokhova

Vice-rector for economy and finances

Evgeniy Evseev

Vice-rector for academic affairs and general issues

Alexander Lanchakov

Vice-rector for construction, the use of buildings and energy efficiency

Vladimir Petushkov

Vice-rector for security

Nikolay Kudryavtsev

Born 08 May 1950

Rector of MIPT

Education

1967-1973: Studied at the MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

1973: Graduated from MIPT with a degree in the Physics and Mechanics of Chemical Processes

1977: Defended a thesis to become Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

1987: Defended a thesis on the problems of the thermal protection of the Buran space shuttle orbiter and became Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Professional experience

1977: Assistant, MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

1978-1987: Vice-dean, MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

1987: Dean, MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

1988: Head of the MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

1990: Promoted to Professor; member of the International Informatization Academy

1991: A founding member of the JSC Laboratory of Impulse Technology at MIPT created to promote the use of ultraviolet water disinfection systems; supervised the development of these systems

1994: Elected CEO of JSC Phonon of the Russian Defense Ministry, a major developer of piezo-technical products in Russia; contributed to the restructuring of the company

1997: Elected Rector of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Academic Interests

Shock tubes, aerothermal chemistry, chemical and gas dynamic lasers

Publications

2011, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Determination of the cathode and anode voltage drops in high power low-pressure amalgam lamps

2011, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

The effect of the operation modes of a gas discharge low-pressure amalgam lamp on the intensity of generation of 185 nm UV vacuum radiation

2011, LIGHT & ENGINEERING (0.031)

A METHOD OF UV RADIANT FLUX MEASURING OF LP TUBULAR BACTERICIDAL LAMP

2011, DOKLADY PHYSICS (0.473)

Measurement of the radiation intensity beyond the front of strong shock waves for a methane-nitrogen gas mixture

2007, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

Dynamics of radiation in a CO:N2 mixture behind strong shock waves

2006, TECHNICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (0.583)

Effect of a protective layer on the lifetime and output radiation intensity decay rate of quartz low-pressure gas discharge lamps

2006, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

An experimental investigation of the spectral composition of radiation behind the shock-wave front in a CO2-N-2-Ar mixture

2000, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

Experimental investigation of a low-pressure amalgam lamp at an increased power of discharge

1996, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

Permeability increasing effects of low power light

1995, KVANTOVAYA ELEKTRONIKA

Pumping of a coaxial nitrogen laser by a high-speed ionisation wave.

1993, CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (1.991)

CHEMILUMINESCENCE OBSERVATIONS IN THE POTENTIAL EXCHANGE NF-IF LASER SYSTEM

1992, CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (1.991)

NF3 DECOMPOSITION BEHIND SHOCK-WAVES

1992, CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (1.991)

NF3 decomposition behind shock waves in the intermediate pressure range

APPLIED PHYSICS

Increasing a lifetime of the powerful low-pressure discharge lamps

SURFACE ENGINEERING AND APPLIED ELECTROCHEMISTRY (0.289)

Protective coatings with a mixed composition for low-pressure discharge amalgam lamps

TURKISH JOURNAL OF PHYSICS

Shock tube simulation of radiative heat flux to the space vehicle surface during its reentering the planetary atmospheres

TECHNICAL PHYSICS (0.539)

Spark breakdown of air by nanosecond voltage pulses

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

Pumping nitrogen and excimer laser mixture by breakdown ionization wave

PHYSICS-USPEKHI (1.913)

Apparatus and techniques for the investigation of methods of generating molecular beams

JOURNAL OF APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY (0.514)

Radiation of vibration-excited NO(X2II) molecules in visible and near IR spectra and kinetics of their radiative decay

SHOCK WAVES (0.743)

Nonequilibrium excitation of internal molecular degrees of freedom in the shock layer during hypersonic flight

JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS

Numerical study of spectral intensity of emission and absorption of the CO2 and CO molecules under vibrationally nonequilibrium conditions

EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY, (SPECIAL PUBLICATION) ESA SP

Radiation behind the strong shock waves in CO:N2 mixture

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-5700 (assistant: Ustich Elena Mikhailovna)

Tagir Aushev

Born 03 March 1976

Vice-rector for research and strategic development

Education
1999: Graduated from MIPT 

2013: Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics
Professional experience

Since 1999: Member of the Belle Collaboration

Since 2007: Member of the Executive Board of the Belle Collaboration

Since 2010: Member of the Belle II Collaboration

2006-2010: Scientific collaborator (postdoc) at the LPHE EPFL, Switzerland

2011-2012: Visiting foreign researcher at the KEK scientific center, Japan

2013-2014: Visiting scientist at the LSMB EPFL

Academic Interests

Physics of elementary particles, high-energy physics, heavy quarks, CP-violations, T-violations, the break-up of B-mesons, unitary triangle, the standard model, exotic particles, X(3872), hadron spectroscopy, mass-spectrometry.

Publications

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurements of the Upsilon(10860) and Upsilon(11020) resonances via sigma(e(+)e(-) -> Upsilon(nS)pi(+)pi(-))

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Search for the rare decay D0 →γγ at Belle

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Study of B-0 -> rho(+)rho(-) decays and implications for the CKM angle phi(2)

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Measurement of the decay B -> Dl nu(l) in fully reconstructed events and determination of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix element vertical bar V-cb vertical bar

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

First observation of the decay B-0 -> psi(2S)pi(0)

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Search for B-0 -> pi(-)tau(+)nu(tau) with hadronic tagging at Belle

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Measurement of the lepton forward-backward asymmetry in B -> X(s)l(+)l(-) decays with a sum of exclusive modes

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Study of pi(0) pair production in single-tag two-photon collisions

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Inclusive cross sections for pairs of identified light charged hadrons and for single protons in e(+)e(-) at root s=10.58 GeV

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurement of the branching ratio of (B)over-bar -> D-(*())tau(-)(nu)over-bar(tau) relative to (B)over-bar -> D(*)l(-)(nu)over-bar(l) decays with hadronic tagging at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Semi-inclusive studies of semileptonic B-s decays at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

First Observation of the Hadronic Transition Upsilon(4S) -> eta h(b)(1P) and New Measurement of the h(b)(1P) and eta(b)(1S) Parameters

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurement of the branching fraction of B+ -> tau(+)nu(tau) decays with the semileptonic tagging method

2015, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT (1.316)

A scintillator based endcap K-L and muon detector for the Belle II experiment

2015, JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS (6.22)

Search for B decays to final states with the eta(c) meson

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Search for B+ -> l(+)nu(l)gamma decays with hadronic tagging using the full Belle data sample

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurements of B -> (D)over-barDs0*(+)(2317) decay rates and a search for isospin partners of the Ds0*(+)(2317)

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Search for the Dark Photon and the Dark Higgs Boson at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Measurement of the Direct CP Asymmetry in over-bar & RARR; gamma; Decays with a Lepton Tag

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Search for the decay B+ -> (K)over-bar*K-0*(+) at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Search for B-s(0) -> gamma gamma and a measurement of the branching fraction for B-s(0) -> phi gamma

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

First Observation of CP Violation in B ¯ 0 → DCP (∗) h0 Decays by a Combined Time-Dependent Analysis of BABAR and Belle Data

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurement of the B ¯ →xsγ branching fraction with a sum of exclusive decays MEASUREMENT of THE. T. SAITO et al.

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Study of D∗∗ production and light hadronic states in the B ¯ 0 →d∗+ωπ- decay STUDY of D∗∗ PRODUCTION and LIGHT ⋯ D. MATVIENKO et al.

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Observation of X (3872) in B →x (3872)Kπ decays

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurement of e+e- →γχcJ via initial state radiation at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Observation of B0 →p Λ ¯ D (∗)-

PHYSICS LETTERS B (6.019)

Measurement of D0-D0 mixing and search for CP violation in D0→K+K-,π+π- decays with the full Belle data set

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-74-27

Artem Voronov

Born 15 March 1980

Vice-rector for academic affairs and pre-university education

Education

2003: Graduated from MIPT

Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Professional experience

Since 2003: Faculty, MIPT Section of General Physics

Since 2007: Head of MIPT’s Extramural School of Physics and Technology

Since April 29, 2014: Vice-rector for academic and pre-university education

Academic Interests
Publications

2011, JOURNAL OF RUSSIAN LASER RESEARCH (0.606)

LASER RADIATION TUNABLE WITHIN THE RANGE OF 4.35-5.45 mu m IN A ZnTe CRYSTAL DOPED WITH Fe2+ IONS

2010, BULLETIN OF THE LEBEDEV PHYSICS INSTITUTE (0.286)

Passive Q-switching of the diode-pumped Er:YAG laser cavity with the Q-switch based on the Fe2+:ZnSe crystal

2010, PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI B-BASIC SOLID STATE PHYSICS (1.605)

Room-temperature tunable midinfrared lasers on transition-metal doped II-VI compound crystals grown from vapor phase

2009, APPLIED PHYSICS B-LASERS AND OPTICS (1.634)

Pulsed broadly tunable room-temperature Cr2+:CdS laser

2008, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

A continuous-wave Fe2+ : ZnSe laser

2007, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Intracavity laser spectroscopy by using a Fe2+ : ZnSe laser

2007, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

2.94 mu m Er : YAG Q-switched laser with Fe(2+): ZnSe passive shutter

2007, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

Room-temperature operation of a Fe2+: ZnSe laser - art. no. 661009

2006, IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (2.113)

3.77-5.05-mu m tunable solid-state lasers based on Fe2+-doped ZnSe crystals operating at low and room temperatures

2006, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Efficient lasing in a Fe2+: ZnSe crystal at room temperature

2006, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

Efficient 3.8-4.4-mu m tunable Fe : ZnSe laser - art. no. 605408

2006, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Passive Fe2+ : ZnSe single-crystal Q switch for 3-mu m lasers

2005, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Laser parameters of a Fe : ZnSe crystal in the 85-255-K temperature range

2004, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Efficient IR Fe : ZnSe laser continuously tunable in the spectral range from 3.77 to 4.40 ttm

JOURNAL OF RUSSIAN LASER RESEARCH (0.606)

Laser radiation tunable within the range of 4.35-5.45 μm in a ZnTe crystal doped with Fe2+ ions

PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI (C) CURRENT TOPICS IN SOLID STATE PHYSICS

Cr2+:CdS crystal as a new material for room-temperature tunable mid-infrared lasing

PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI C: CONFERENCES

Vapour growth of II-VI single crystals doped by transition metals for mid-infrared lasers

QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Efficient IR Fe: ZnSe laser continuously tunable in the spectral range from 3.77 to 4.40 μm

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-77-72

Dmitry Zubtsov

Born 09 September 1982

Vice-rector for academic affairs and economic development

Education

2003: Graduated with bachelor’s degree from MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

2005: Master’s degree, MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

2008: Post-graduate, MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

November 13, 2008: Defended the candidate’s dissertation on the kinetics of the formation of antigen-antibodies on microchips at the Institute of Molecular Biology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Professional experience

2005-2011: Assistant, MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

2009-2012: Deputy head of MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

Since 2009: Fellow researcher, Laboratory of Sequencing and Mathematical Modeling of the Transcripome

Since 2011: Assistant professor, MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

Since 2012: Vice-rector for academic work (bachelor programs), MIPT

Since April 29, 2014: Vice-rector for academic work

Academic Interests

Molecular biology, biophysics, bioinformatics

Publications

2013, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (0.74)

Molecular genetic analysis of DNA polymerase and thymidine kinase genes of a HSV-1 population using an MPS technology

BULLETIN OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE (0.366)

Analysis of Circulating Tumor Cells in Patients with Triple Negative Breast Cancer during Preoperative Chemotherapy

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-40-66 (assistant)
Email zubtsov@phystech.edu

Elena Anokhova

Vice-rector for economy and finances

Education
1990 - Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, specialty - applied mathematics and physics.  
1996 - High School of the Ministry of Economy and the State Committee of Russia, specialty - accounting and audit.  
2001 - The Open University, London.
Professional experience
  • Certified auditor since 1996. 
  • Certified tax consultant since 2001. 
  • Certified Expert Auditor of internal quality management system audits for compliance with ISO 9001-2001. 
  • Member of the National Register of Professional Corporate Directors.
  • Graduate in International Financial Reporting (ACCA DipIFR). 
  • Awarded a diploma of the Minister of Finance of Russia "For active assistance to the Ministry of Finance in the implementation of its functions and powers under the state policymaking and legal regulation in the established field of activity."
Academic Interests

Evgeniy Evseev

Vice-rector for academic affairs and general issues

Education
Graduated from MIPT in 1980 with a degree in flight dynamics and control Candidate Degree in Physical and Mathematical Sciences, docent.
Professional experience
1977-1979 – chief technician, engineer at the State Scientific Center for the Study of Natural Resources 1977-1979 – assistant for the business contract theme at MIPT 1979-1981 – engineer at the aerology department [CAO] 1980-1981 – assistant, junior researcher for business contract theme 1980-1983 – post graduate studies at MIPT 1983-1984 – engineer programmer at the department of computational mathematics 1984-1990 – lecturer, senior lecturer at the department of perspective geometry and mechanical drawing 1990-2005 – docent at the department of perspective geometry and mechanical drawing, computational mechanics 2001-2004 – doctorate department of the Russian State University of Aviation Technology – K. E. Tsiolkovsky Russian State Technological University 2005-2008 – director of the Center for additional professional education of MIPT 2008-2011 – head of the planning and economics department 2011-2012 – vice-rector for educational services and economics issues 2012-2016 – vice-rector for economic affairs Since 2016 – vice-rector for academic affairs and general issues
Academic Interests
Candidate Degree in Physical and Mathematical Sciences, docent
Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 576 41 77
Email evseev.eg@mipt.ru

Alexander Lanchakov

Born 28 July 1969

Vice-rector for construction, the use of buildings and energy efficiency

Education

Graduated from the Kiev Higher School for Engineering and Radio Technology of the Counter-Air Defense Forces of the Soviet Union with a degree in radio engineering

Studied at the State Academy for Advanced Training in Construction

Professional experience

1986-2000: Military service (cadet, head of shift, company commander, senior lecturer at the Department of Communications of the Higher Military School for Internal Troops of the Interior Ministry)

2000-2010: CEO, Pharm-Terra LLC

2010-2012: Deputy general director for construction, Proektinveststroi

Since 2013: Vice-rector for construction and the use of buildings

Since April 29, 2014: Vice-rector for construction, the use of buildings and energy efficiency

Academic Interests
Contacts
Phone +7 (495)408-48-77 (assistant: Chebanova Olga Anatolyevna)

Vladimir Petushkov

Born 22 November 1960

Vice-rector for security

Education

1984: Graduated from the Smolensk Higher School for Counter-Air Defense

2000: Academy of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation

2003: Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Professional experience

1984-1986: Military service

2010-2013: Deputy head of the Bureau of Complex Construction, JSC Transinzhstroi

Since November 11, 2013: Vice-rector for security, MIPT

Academic Interests
Contacts
Phone +7 (495)408-47-11 (assistant: Biryukova Tatyana Pavlovna)