People

There are over 100 researchers who choose conduct their scientific researches at MIPT. Many of them are university’s alumni. Several years ago university also encouraged some prominent Russian researches who had previously left the country to return. Now they conduct researches in different fields of science, such as nanophotonics, aging, quantum technologies, cosmos exploration and etc.


Valentyn S. Volkov

Head of  Nanooptics and Plasmonics Lab

Konstantine Agladze

Head of Biophysics of Excitable System Lab

Aleksey V. Arsenin

Georg Bueldt

Director of the Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins Laboratory

Valentin Borshchevskiy

Vice-Head of the Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins Laboratory

Alexander Koldoba

Director of the Laboratory of Fluid Dynamics and Seismics

Artem Oganov

Vadim Cherezov

Director of the Laboratory of Structural Biology of G-protein Coupled Receptors

Prof. Leo Rafael Reif

President of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Vasily Stolyarov

Oleg Astafiev

Nikolay Kudryavtsev

Rector, MIPT

Artem Voronov

Vice-rector for academic affairs and pre-university education

Konstantin Zaitsev

Vice-rector on general affairs

Elena Anokhova

Vice-rector for economy and finances

Sergey Garichev

Vice-rector for research and development

Fei Qi

Qinggao Wang

Xiaohu Yu

Gabriele Saleh

Maribel Nunez-Valdez

Pavel Bushlanov

Nikita Matsko

Sergey Lepeshkin

Vladimir Baturin

Maxim Nikitin

Gorbachev Roman

Frank B. Rosmej

Dmitry Yu. Fedyanin

Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow 

Vladimir G. Leiman

Senior Research Fellow 

Yury V. Stebunov

Olga A. Aftenieva

Student

Elena Loginova

Ivan Khrapach

Alexander Semenov

Vladimir Antonov

Rais Shaykhadarov

Vladimir Gurtovoj

Alexey Bolgar

Svetlana Vorobyova

Alexey Dmitriev

Stepan Izyurov

Gleb Fedorov

Julia Zotova

Alexandra Kulakov

Daniil Kirichenko

Pavel Stroganov

Viktor Lubsanov

Shamil Kadyrmetov

Darya Kalacheva

Maxim Brazhnikov

Victoria Jursa

Elena Yegorova

Mariia Labendik

Andrey Konyukhov

Gennady Lopukhov

Leonid Pankratov

Yuri Skalko

Yevgeny Anokhin

Ilya Kosarev

Svetlana Kindysheva

Ivan Timofeev

Nikolay Mazko

Victor Solovyev

Alexander Konchakov

Alexander Ponomarev

Aleksandr Ponomarev

Alexander Panfilov

Nadezda N. Agladze

Konstantin Guria

Olga Gaiko

Irina Egorova

Sheida Frolova

Nina Kudryashova

Valeriya Tsvelaya

David Yang

Graduate of the DGAP, 1992

A Russian businessman, founder and member of the Board of Directors of the ABBYY group of companies

Alexander Abramov

Graduate of the DMCP, 1982

PhD, one of the two heads of Evraz, Russia's largest steel producer. Member of the Board of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, President of the Phystech Union, Co-founder of the Foundation for Innovative Education in Natural Sciences

Serguei Beloussov

Graduate of the DGAP, 1995

An entrepreneur and a venture investor who managed IT companies in Russia, North America, Europe and Asia in different periods. Chairman of the Board of Parallels, CEO and founder and CEO of Acronis.

Yury Baturin

Graduate of the DASR, 1973

A Russian politician, scientist (lawyer and political scientist) and cosmonaut. Hero of the Russian Federation.

Natan Sharansky

Graduate of the DCAM, 1972

Soviet human rights activist. After his repatriation to Israel in 1986, he was a statesman, public figure, Knesset Deputy, Minister and writer.

Alexander Serebrov

Graduate of the DASR, 1967

Soviet cosmonaut. Hero of the Soviet Union

Aleksandr Kaleri

Graduate of the DASR, 1979

Russian cosmonaut, made 5 flights with a total duration of 769 days.

Vladislav Repin

Graduate of the DREC, 1958

A scientist and designer, the founder of the Soviet and Russian strategic system of rocket and space defense.

Vladimir Fortov

Graduate of the DASR, 1968

A Soviet and Russian physicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1991). President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Yuri Gulyaev

Graduate of the DREC, 1958

A physicist, scientific director of the Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Nanotechnology of Microelectronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INME RAS)

Rashid Syunyaev

Graduate of the DGAP, 1966

A Soviet and Russian astrophysicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation.

Boris Babayan

Graduate of the DREC, 1957

A Soviet and Russian scientist, the first European scientist, awarded the title of Intel Fellow.

Mikhail Lukin

Graduate of the DPQE, 1993

Professor of Physics, Harvard University, co-director of the Harvard Center for Quantum Physics and the Center for Ultracold Atoms of Harvard, a member of the International Advisory Council of the Russian Quantum Center.

Alexander Holevo

Graduate of the DASR, 1966

A Soviet and Russian mathematician, an expert in the mathematical problems of quantum informatics.

Mikhail Shifman

Graduate of the DGAP, 1972

A Soviet physicist known for his work in the field of high-energy theoretical physics, and especially in quantum chromodynamics

Vyacheslav Mukhanov

Graduate of the DGAP, 1979

A Russian-German physicist, cosmologist, one of the authors of the proof of the inflation theory of the development of the universe, a professor at the University of Munich.

Pavel Pevzner

Graduate of the DPQE, 1988

A member of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Genome Institute (Singapore) and a member of the editorial board of PLOS Computational Biology, the winner of the first mega-contest

Vladimir Belinsky

Graduate of the DGAP, 1965

The theoretical physicist, scientific works on cosmology and general theory of relativity

Leonid Khachiyan

Graduate of the DMAM, 1997

A Soviet and American mathematician, the Falkerson Prize

Viktor Ivannikov

Graduate of the DREC, 1964

A scientist in the field of computer technology and programming, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, laureate of the State Prize of the USSR

Alexander Frolov

Graduate of the DMCP, 1987

A Russian businessman, multimillionaire, president, chairman of the board of directors of the metallurgical company Evraz Group SA

Vadim Yakunin

Graduate of the DPQE, 1986

A successful well-known Russian businessman, the chairman of OAO "Protek". At the moment he is 83rd in the list of the richest businessmen in Russia.

Andrei Baronov

Graduate of the DMCP, 1990

A successful well-known Russian businessman, Co-Director and Co-founder of Veeam Software. At the moment he is on the 113th place in the list of the richest businessmen in Russia

Ratmir Timashev

Graduate of the DMCP, 1990

A Russian entrepreneur, founder and president of Aelita Software, now the founder and president of Veeam Software, and co-founder of the venture fund ABRT.

Aleksander Filippenko

Graduate of the DMCP, 1997

A famous Soviet and Russian actor. Filippenko was honored with People's Artist of Russia in 2000.

Andrey Ivashchenko

Graduate of the DREC, 1990

Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center for High Technologies "ChemRar", the head of the working group of STI NeuroNet, the mentor of the track LifeScience

Andrei Khlyzov

Graduate of the DAAE, 1984

A Russian banker, an information technology specialist, a senior vice president of Sberbank, and General Director of Sberbank-Technologies.

Vladimir Dolgov

Graduate of the DPPE, 1982

Director of eBay Business Development in the countries of Northern and Eastern Europe, CEO of eBay Russia, led the Moscow office of eBay since its opening.

Boris Saltykov

Graduate of the DASR, 1964

Russian statesman, politician.

Lev Ponomarev

Graduate of the DGAP, 1965

Russian political and public figure. Executive Director of the all-Russian public movement for human rights. Deputy of the National Assembly of the Russian Federation. Member of the Federal political Council of the United democratic Solidarity movement. The Deputy of the State Duma of the first and second convocation.

Boris Aleshin

Graduate of the DAFE, 1978

Academician of RAS, Russian statesman and scientist, specialist in the field of creation of large information systems, modern on-Board computers and software. Deputy Chairman of the Union of machine builders of Russia.

Ivan Maximov

Graduate of the DPPE, 1982

A Russian artist, professional animator and director

Sergey Kolesnikov

Graduate of the DPQE, 1995

A businessman, investor, co-owner and managing partner of the Corporation "TechnoNICOL"

Valentin Gapontsev

Graduate of the DPQE, 1967

Soviet and Russian physicist, entrepreneur, billionaire, and the founder, CEO and chairman of IPG Photonics

Igor Rybakov

Graduate of the DPQE, 1996

A Russian businessman, participant of the list of richest people in Russia according to Forbes magazine in 2017 with a fortune of 900 million US dollars, co-owner of TechnoNICOL Corporation and co-founder of the Rybakov Fund.

Ivan Streshinsky

Graduate of the DAFE, 1992

CEO of USM Advisors, one of the most expensive top managers according to the Forbes rating.

Alexander Lanchakov

Vice-rector for construction, maintenance and energy efficiency

Vladimir Petushkov

Director of security service

Alexander Drozdov

Director of Phystech School of Radio Engineering and Computer Technology

Andrey Raigorodskiy

Director of Phystech School of Applied Mathematics and Informatics

Valeriy Kiselyov

Director of Phystech School of Fundamental and Applied Physics

Victor Ivanov

Director of Phystech School of Electronics, Photonics and Molecular Physics

Vitaly Bagan

Development director

Evgeniy Evseev

Director of internal control and audit

Dmitry Zubtsov

Director of analytics

Yuri Skalko

Academic secretary

Anastasia Grachikova

Media Relations

Andre Geim

Graduate of the DGAP, 1982

Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene

Konstantin Novoselov

Graduate of the DPQE, 1997

Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene

Alexander Polyakov

Graduate of the DGAP, 1967

Fundamental Physics Prize for numerous discoveries in the theory of fields and string theory, including the discovery of magnetic monopoles, solitons

Alexei Kitaev

A Russian-American professor of physics at the California Institute of Technology and permanent member of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, The Dirac Medal for research in the quantum theory of information

Nelli Habibullina

Sergei Grudinin

Sergey Avtaykin

The Head of Laboratory, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of the Department of Aerophysics and Space Research MIPT

Alexander Andreev

Theoretical physicist, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Andrei Vorobyov

Governor of the Moscow Region

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

Malcolm Grant

Chairman of NHS England

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

Mikhail Kovalchuk

President of the National Research Centre Kurchatov Institute

Vladislav Surkov

Russian politician, author of the concept of sovereign democracy. Aide to the President of Russian Federation

Denis Manturov

Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation

Sergei Guz

A.P., Head of MIPT’s Subdepartment of Mathematical Foundation for Management, Department of Applied Mathematics and Management

Konstantin Novoselov

Langworthy Professor in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manchester.
Nobel laureate in Physics

Andrei Ivashenko

Board Chairman and Director at ChemRar High-Tech Center. Business Development Adviser, Vice-President Sales and Marketing

Alexander Povalko

Deputy Minister for Science and Education of Russian Federation

Grigory Trubnikov

Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation

Ludmila Ogorodova

Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation

Sergey Krechetov

Head of Drug Dosage Form Design Lab, PhD of Medical Sciences, lecturer of MIPT «Innovative pharmaceuticals and biotechnology».

Dmitry Svintsov

Head of laboratory, senior researcher

Vladimir Leiman

Deputy head of laboratory, chief researcher

Viktor Ryzhii

Сhief researcher, scientific adviser

Artem Zhmurov

Head of Computer and mathematical modelling of biological systems Lab

Philipp Orekhov

Deputy Head of the Laboratory,
Senior Researcher

Alexey Igorevich Egorov

Head of Medical Instrumentation Engineering Lab

Dmitry V. Davydov

Senior research scientist

Dmitry V. Drozdov

Research scientist, Candidate of Medical Sciences

Sergey L. Neverov

Research scientist

Sergey P. Kovalenko

Head of Sequencing and Mathematical Modeling of the Transcriptome Lab

Kamil Khafizov

Research scientist

Artem Kasianov

Research scientist

Vadim M. Govorun

Head of Systems Biology Lab

Elena S. Kostryukova

Senior research scientist

Dmitry G. Alekseev

Senior research scientist

Igor A. Fesenko

Senior research scientist

Mikhail Feigelman

Head of Theoretical Nanophysics Lab

Valery Ryazanov

Vladimir Zverev

Asya Shepunova

International PR

Liliya Zelenskaya

Web projects

Valentyn S. Volkov

Head of  Nanooptics and Plasmonics Lab

Publications

2011, JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS (1.806)

Konstantine Agladze

Head of Biophysics of Excitable System Lab

Education
MIPT graduate of 1978, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1983).
Professional experience
Head of Laboratory. Longtime staff member of the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow Oblast, Pushchino). Worked abroad since 2000 in a number of leading scientific research institutions in the USA and Japan (Florida State University, USA; University of North Texas Health Science Center, USA; Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, USA; George Washington University, USA; Kyoto University, Japan). Head of Laboratory at the Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (Kyoto University, Japan) since 2008.
Academic Interests
K. Agladze's main scientific works deal with the biophysics of excitable media, as well as the theoretical and the experimental substantiation of low-voltage defibrillation. K. Agladze's works were the first to employ Belousov–Zhabotinsky reaction as a "chemical computer" and demonstrate the wave environment to be fitting for the purposes of image processing and optimization purposes. K. Agladze also heads the MIPT Nano-construction of Membrane Protein Complexes for Cellular Physiology Control Laboratory, which mainly specializes in cardiac tissue engineering research. One of the winners of the Russian Government's first Megagrant Tender in 2010. Author of more than 80 publications in peer-reviewed journals, including Nature and Science.
Publications

2014, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY (5.218)

2013, FEBS JOURNAL (3.986)

Optical mapping of excitation waves in light-sensitive immortalised cell line of cardiomyocytes

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-45-46
Email agladze.ki@mipt.ru

Aleksey V. Arsenin

Publications

2014, 25TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS (LT25), PART 4: QUANTUM PHASE TRANSITIONS AND MAGNETISM

2011, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

2010, PHOTONICS AND NANOSTRUCTURES-FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS (1.35)

2010, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

2009, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

2007, JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AND ELECTRONICS (0.359)

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HIGH SPEED ELECTRONICS AND SYSTEMS

Georg Bueldt

Director of the Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins Laboratory

Education
1969 Diploma in Physics at the Technical University Berlin 

1972 Dissertation (Dr. rer. nat.) in Physical Chemistry, University of Mainz
Professional experience
1969 Diploma in Physics at the Technical University Berlin

1972 Dissertation (Dr. rer. nat.) in Physical Chemistry, University of Mainz

1978 Habilitation in Biophysics at the Biocenter of the University of Basel, Switzerland 

1982 - 1992 C2-Professor at the Physics Department of the Free University Berlin 

1993 - 2008 C4-Professor for Physical Biology at the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany 

1993 - 2011 Director at the Institute of Complex Systems (ICS) of the Research Center Jülich, ICS-5: Molecular Biophysics 

1996 Offer of a chair in Biophysics at the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University Frankfurt, which was rejected 

2004 - 2010 Speaker of the Virtual Institute for Structural Biology 

2011 - 2013 Founding Director of the Laboratory of Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) 

Since 2014 Continuation as a Director of this Laboratory
Academic Interests
Systems: Membrane proteins and proteins of signal amplification cascades; mechanisms for the transport of protons and signals across membranes; protein folding. 

Methods: X-ray, neutron and electron diffraction on 2D and 3D protein crystals, crystal structures of intermediate states in the working cycle of proteins; micro-spectroscopy on single crystals trapped in intermediate states (visible, infrared); inelastic neutron scattering on equilibrium fluctuations in proteins, single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy.
Publications

2015, NATURE STRUCTURAL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (11.633)

2014, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (7.232)

2013, JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY (2.803)

2012, NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS (3.671)

2011, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (9.809)

2011, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (3.959)

2010, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (7.232)

2008, JOURNAL OF SURFACE INVESTIGATION-X-RAY SYNCHROTRON AND NEUTRON TECHNIQUES (0.359)

Contacts
Phone +49 2461 61-2030
Email g.bueldt@fz-juelich.de

Valentin Borshchevskiy

Vice-Head of the Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins Laboratory

Publications

2015, NATURE STRUCTURAL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (11.633)

2014, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (7.232)

2013, JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY (2.803)

2013, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (9.809)

2013, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (9.809)

2011, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (3.959)

2010, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (7.232)

2008, JOURNAL OF SURFACE INVESTIGATION-X-RAY SYNCHROTRON AND NEUTRON TECHNIQUES (0.359)

Alexander Koldoba

Director of the Laboratory of Fluid Dynamics and Seismics

Publications

2015, MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY (5.226)

2014, MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY (5.226)

Artem Oganov

Publications

2016, JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY (3.601)

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

2015, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS (3.122)

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

2015, ADVANCED ENERGY MATERIALS (14.385)

2015, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

2014, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS (3.122)

2014, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

2014, NATURE COMMUNICATIONS (10.742)

2014, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

2014, JOURNAL OF SUPERHARD MATERIALS (0.654)

2014, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS (0.535)

2014, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION (11.336)

SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

Vadim Cherezov

Director of the Laboratory of Structural Biology of G-protein Coupled Receptors

Prof. Leo Rafael Reif

President of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Vasily Stolyarov

Education
1989-1999 school 1999-2005 Student of the National research nuclear university "MEPhI" on a specialist of «superconductivity and nanotechnology» 2005-2009 PhD at the ISSP RAS Laboratory of superconductivity 2009- 2012 The scientific employee of ISSP RAS Laboratory of superconductivity and Sector of Nanolithograpy. 2012-2015 PostDoc position at INSP UPMC Sorbonne University and ECPCI PariTech
Professional experience
2009- 2012 Scientific researcher of the Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Institut des Nanosciences de Paris. 2010- to the present day Senior Lecturer of Moscow State University 2012- 2015 PostDoc at ESPCI ParisTech and INSP UPMC Sorbonne University (CNRS) 2013- to the present day Scientific researcher Kazan Federal University 2015- to the present day Senior Research Scientist of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Academic Interests
The submicron Josephson structure and research of these structures with scanning probe microscopy (STM, AFM, SNOM). Superconducting and ferromagnetic nano structures on surfaces of semiconductors and insulators. low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy/spectroscopy. Designing of the new highly technological equipment. Fabrication of mesoscopic SN- and SF- hybrid structures via e-beam lithography and magnetron evaporation, transport measurements in magnetic field at low temperatures (in dilution fridge). Investigations of Topological Insulators.
Publications

2015, JOURNAL OF MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS (2.002)

2015, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Oleg Astafiev

Nikolay Kudryavtsev

Born 08 May 1950

Rector, 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

In 2000, Nikolay Kudryavtsev received the Russian Federation Award in Science and Technology.

He is the author of over 110 research papers, co-author of nine monographs and 10 patents. He worked as invited lecturer and researcher in the United States (1991, 1992 and 1993), France (1992, 1993 and 1994) and Italy (1994). He has been invited on many occasions to deliver author’s lectures and research reviews at international conferences on shock tubes, aerothermal chemistry, chemical and gas dynamic lasers.


Publications

2011, LIGHT & ENGINEERING (0.031)

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

1996, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

1992, CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (1.991)

APPLIED PHYSICS

Increasing a lifetime of the powerful low-pressure discharge lamps

SURFACE ENGINEERING AND APPLIED ELECTROCHEMISTRY (0.289)

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

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), internal ext. 62-26
Email rector@mipt.ru

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

2003: Faculty, MIPT Section of General Physics

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

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

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

2008, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

2007, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

2007, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

2006, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

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

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

Konstantin Zaitsev

Vice-rector on general affairs

Education

In 2001, Konstantin graduated from MIPT’s Department of Radio Engineering and Cybernetics

Professional experience

Vice rector for general affairs

Power of attorney No. 124 of May 16, 2017


1998-2008 — consultant and managing partner at MetaSintez research and consulting corporation

2004-2011 — faculty member at MIPT, supervisor of students’ research work

2009-2014 — Vice Rector for development and IT systems deployment at MIPT, Executive Director of MIPT’s development program

2014-2016 — Product Director at Rights Communications LLC, Executive Director at Natsionalny Tsifrovoy Agregator LLC

Academic Interests

Design and implementation of organizational management systems, development of information systems requirements for their support. Deployment of information systems.

Organizational and territorial development. Design and implementation of development programs.

Publications

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

Sergey Garichev

Vice-rector for research and development

Education

Graduated from MIPT Earned a doctorate in engineering for work on special-purpose radio engineering systems

Professional experience

Doctor of Sciences in engineering

(Eng.D., aka a “higher doctorate”)

 

Vice rector for research and development

 

Power of attorney No. 119 of May 15, 2017


Dean of the Department of Radio Engineering and Cybernetics, senior researcher in systems of design automation, Head of  the Department of Wave Processes and Management Systems

Sergey is a graduate of the Department of Radio Engineering and Cybernetics, ex-Deputy Head of Applied Electrodynamics specialized department at the Radiophysika research institute, Chief Designer of automated design systems for antenna technology at Almaz Central Design Bureau, Head of the Moscow carburator engine plant (AMO ZIL), Head of the Podolsk and Kursk battery plants and Chief Strategy Officer at Metally Vostochnoy Sibiri Corporation (Metals of the Eastern Siberia) within the structure of Metropol Investment Financial Company.


Awards and achievements 

2013 — the Russian Federation Government Award for Education 2016 — Honorary Worker of Russia’s Higher Professional Education

Academic Interests

Fei Qi

Qinggao Wang

Xiaohu Yu

Gabriele Saleh

Maribel Nunez-Valdez

Maxim Nikitin

Education
12/13 Ph.D. in Physical and Mathematical Sciences (Institute of Molecular Biology RAS; Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Ph.D. programm)
09/04 – 06/08 M.Sc. with Honors in Applied Physics and Mathematics (Physical and Chemical Biology minor), Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia
Professional experience
Research Positions
-12/14 – present Head of Nanobiotechnology Laboratory, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia
- Senior Researcher, General Physics Institute, RAS, Moscow, Russia
- Senior Researcher, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, RAS, Moscow, Russia

Research experience in external laboratories
Researcher:

10/13 – 03/14 Argonne National Laboratory, USA (Dr. Novosad group)
07/08 Technical University of Munich, Germany (Prof. Ch. Plank group)
12/07 Lund University, Lund, Sweden (Dr. Ivanov group)
07/07 – 08/07 University of Buffallo, Buffalo, USA (group of Distinguished Prof. P. Prasad)
07/06 University of Chicago, NeuroICU/Rosengart Labs, USA (Dr. Rosengart group)
04/06 – 05/06 Inst. Pharm. Chem., Philipps University, Marburg, Germany (Prof. Keusgen group)
Academic Interests
Major scientific interests are in the field of nano-sized objects and their interaction with biological entities such as cells and living organisms, in particular, synthesis of inorganic particles, coating them with biopolymers, proteins and DNA; self-assembly of multifunctional superstructures via biomolecular interfaces; development of nanoparticle based smart materials; logic-gated and biocomputing structures; biomedical applications of biocompatible nanomaterials such as targeted drug delivery, cell sorting and labeling, hyperthermia of tumors; new label-free optical bio- and chemical sensors for advanced immunoassays; low-noise methods for detection of magnetic nanoparticles in vivo for investigation of nanoparticle behavior in experimental animals, i.e., their toxicity, biotransformation and biodegradation.
Publications

2014, NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY (34.048)

2013, APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY (0.735)

2010, 8TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE SCIENTIFIC AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETIC CARRIERS

2010, 8TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE SCIENTIFIC AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETIC CARRIERS

2010, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (9.674)

2007, International Conference on Lasers, Applications, and Technologies

Contacts
Phone +7 (916) 662-10-88
Email max.nikitin@gmail.com

Gorbachev Roman

Frank B. Rosmej

Born 16 June 1962

Education
  • 1998: Habilitation
  • 1991: PhD
  • 1987: Diploma
  • 1982-1987: Study of physics, University Bochum, Germany
Professional experience

Current Positions:

  • Distinguished Professor at the Sorbonne Universities, Pierre and Marie Curie - UPMC, Paris, France
  • Director of “Atomic Physics in Dense Plasmas”
  • Elected Member of the Pedagogic Council of the Sorbonne University UPMC
  • Elected Member of the Administrative Council of the LULI laboratory, Ecole Polytechnique
  • Elected Member of the User Executive Committee at LCLS-XFEL, Stanford, USA
  • Expert for the European Commission

since 09/2007: Professor at the Sorbonne Universities, Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France and research group leader at École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France

10/2003 - 08/2007: University Aix-Marseille, LPIIM, Marseille, France

06/2002 - 09/2003: Research Center GSI, Darmstadt, Germany

01/2002 - 05/2002: Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics MPQ, Garching, Germany

11/2001 - 12/2001: Research Center RIKEN, Saitama, Japan

08/2001 - 11/2001: University of Tokyo (Komaba), Japan

03/2001 - 08/2001: University Aix-Marseille, LPIIM, Marseille, France

09/1987 - 03/2001: Ruhr-University of Bochum, Technical University of Darmstadt, Max Planck Garching, Research Center Jülich (TEXTOR), Germany; National Research Center Kurchatov, Lebedev Physical Technical Institute, Institute of Spectroscopy, Russia

In addition from 1990-2016: about twenty times abroad for research stays in international appreciated universities and research centers, e.g. Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos, University of Maryland, University of Tokyo, University of Nagoya, University of Osaka, Research Center RIKEN, National Research Center Kurchatov, Lebedev, PALS, University of Brussels, Max-Planck, DESY, EU-XFEL). During this time stayed about 20 months in Russia, 12 month in Japan, 7 months in United states and 5 month at the Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Germany.

Responsibilities in Science and Administration

· Member of the Scientific Council of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in France-Paris

· President of the National Federation of “Fusion Science” in France

· President of the Master of Inertial Fusion Science in Paris and Surroundings (Ile de France)

· Member of the Scientific Council of the Physics Faculty, Sorbonne-UPMC

· Member of the national committee "GDRi-XFEL" to organize the French activities related to the European X-ray Free Electron Laser "EU-XFEL" in Hamburg, Germany

· Member of the Scientific Council "APPA: Atomic, Plasma Physics and Application" of the Research Center GSI-FAIR in Darmstadt, Germany

· Spokesperson of the "Warm Dense Matter Collaboration" at GSI-FAIR, Darmstadt, Germany

· Expert for LASERLAB-EUROPE and INTAS

· Exert for EPSRC (Engineering & Physical Science Governmental Research Council) in the UK

· Member of the editorial board at Elsevier: "High Energy Density Physics",

http://www.journals.elsevier.com/high-energy-density-physics/

· Member of the editorial council of "International Journal on Atomic Molecular, Condensate & Nano Physics with applications", http://www.rgnpublications.com/journals/index.php/jamcnp

· Member of the "International Advisory Committee" of the "International Conference on Current Developments in Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics with Applications"

· President, referee and member of numerous selection committees (Professor and scientific positions, laboratory evaluations), PhD and habilitation committees   

· Spokesperson at UPMC for the formalized collaboration between the "National Research Center Kurchatov" and the Sorbonne University "Pierre and Marie Curie"

In addition, in the last 20 years I have been the Principal Investigator for more than 30 international projects at Free Electron Laser installations (FLASH and LCLS) and high energy/high intensity optical lasers involving laboratories from France, Germany, Russia, United States, Japan, Czech Republic, England, Spain, Portugal, Israel.

International appreciation and results of scientific research

· more than 60 invited and plenary talks at international conferences and workshops

· more than 90 invitations to seminars at Universities and Research Centers

· 126 refereed publications (49 times first author, 11 times single author, 33 letters),

more than 1500 citations, h-index=20

· more than 260 contributions to international conferences and workshops

· invited book chapters:

1) “Non-equilibrium Radiative properties”, Taylor and Françis, ISBN: 9781420079043

2) “Exotic states of high density matter driven by intense XUV/X-ray Free Electron Lasers”, InTech, ISBN 978-953-51-0279-3, http:// http://www.intechopen.com/books/free-electron-lasers (more than 3000 downloads from more than 40 countries)

3) “Dielectronic satellites and Auger electron heating : irradiation of solids by intense XUV-Free Electron Laser radiation”, Springer 2013, ISBN 978-3-642-38166-9

· Referee for numerous scientific journals (Nature, Physical Review Letters, Europhysics Letters, Physcis Letters A, Applied Physics Letters, J. Phys. B, JQSRT, Physics of Plasmas, New Journal of Physics, Nuclear Instrument Methods, Physica Scripta, Europhysics Journal, High Energy Density Physics, Plasma Physics & Controlled Fusion,...)

· Patent in atomic physics and information extraction

· Integration of my proposal to study hollow ions with XFEL's [F.B. Rosmej, R.W. Lee: “Hollow ion emission driven by pulsed x-ray radiation fields”, Europhysics Letters 77, 24001 (2007)] in “XFEL Technical Design Report”, Chapter 6, p. 251-253, DESY 2006, http://www.xfel.net.

Responsibilities in education, teaching experience and formation of students

· President of the National Master of Fusion Science in France

· Director of the Master of Fusion Science (magnetic fusion, inertial fusion, fusion technology) at Sorbonne University UPMC and head of the inertial fusion science in Paris and surroundings “Ile de France”

· 192 hours/year teaching of courses on all levels of university studies (1st until 5th year & doctorial level)

· supervision of more than 30 PhD and Master students

Honors, Awards, Distinctions:

Since 2016: Adjunct Professor, Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology, awarded in recognition of "Outstanding academic achievements, excellence in teaching & organizing the course curriculum”

2012-2016: Excellence Price for research & education of PhD students, Sorbonne Universities

2013: "Kurchatov Price", Moscow, awarded in recognition of "New effects in kinetic theory of atomic radiative processes in plasmas"

2013-2016:  Adjunct Professor, Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology

2009-2013:  Excellence Price for teaching & organization of the National Master of Fusion Science, Sorbonne

2008-2012:  National Excellence Price for research and education of PhD students

2003-2013:  Permanent Invited Professor at the University of Bochum, Germany

2001: “Eminent Scientist” of the Research Center RIKEN, Japan, awarded in recognition of "Internationally distinguished achievements in the field of atomic physics"

2000:       Scholar of the University of Maryland, United States

1991:      “Feodor Lynen Price” of the Alexander v. Humboldt Foundation, awarded in recognition of "Excellence in fundamental research"  

Invited professor at: University of Osaka, University of Nagoya, University of Tokyo, RIKEN Research Center, University Aix-Marseille, Moscow Engineering Physical Institute


Academic Interests

  • XUV/X-ray Free Electron Laser                                  
  • Fusion Science (magnetic and inertial fusion)
  • High energy, high intensity optical laser                     
  • Interaction of intense heavy ion beams with matter
  • Non-equilibrium radiative properties of matter        
  • Dense plasma atomic physics
  • Atomic physics code developments                                           
  • X-ray Spectroscopy
  • Information Technology                                                              
  • Statistical Physics
  • Related specific keywords:

    Exotic states of matter (hollow crystals, hollow ions, transparent metals), suprathermal electrons, non-Maxwellien atomic kinetics, transitions from solid - Warm Dense Matter - dense strongly coupled plasmas, radiation transport, opacity, charge exchange, particle transport, autoionizing states, dielectronic satellites, atomic population kinetics, generalized atomic processes

    Selected publications:

    Patents:

    F.B. Rosmej (inventor 65 %), Y. Aouad (inventor 35 %): “A rapidly converging atomic physics method and medium to calculate complex non-equilibrium radiative properties of matter with spectroscopic precision”, European Patent Office

    Book chapters:

    F. Petitdemange, F.B. Rosmej: “Dielectronic satellites and Auger electron heating : irradiation of solids by intense XUV-Free Electron Laser radiation”, “New Trends in Atomic & Molecular Physics - Advanced Technological Applications“ 76, Springer 2013, editor M. Mohan, p. 91-114, ISBN 978-3-642-38166-9.

    F.B. Rosmej: “Exotic states of high density matter driven by intense XUV/X-ray Free Electron Lasers”, "Free Electron Laser", InTech 2012, editor S. Varró, p. 187 - 212, ISBN 978-953-51-0279-3 (more than 2600 downloads from more than  40 countries)

    F.B. Rosmej: ”X-ray emission spectroscopy and diagnostics of non-equilibrium fusion and laser produced plasmas”, in “Highly Charged Ion Spectroscopic Research”, editors Yaming Zou & Roger Hutton, Taylor and Francis 2012, p. 267-341, ISBN: 978-1-4200-7904-3.

    Refereed scientific journals:

    F.B. Rosmej, V.A. Astapenko, V.S. Lisitsa: "Scaling laws for ionization of atomic states by ultra-short electromagnetic pulses", J. Phys. B 49, 025602 (2016).

    F.B. Rosmej, R. Dachicourt, B. Deschaud, D. Khaghani, M. Dozières, M. Smîd, O. Renner: "Exotic X-ray Emission from Dense Plasmas", J. Phys. B: Review Special Topics 48, 224005 (2015).

    B. Deschaud, O. Peyrusse, F.B. Rosmej: "Generalized atomic physics processes when intense femtosecond XUV- and X-ray radiation is interacting with solids", Europhysics Letters 108, 53001 (2014).

    F.B. Rosmej, V.A. Astapenko, V.S. Lisitsa: "Effects of ultrashort laser pulse durations on Fano resonances in atomic spectra", Phys. Rev. A 90, 043421 (2014).

    T. Lefevre, A. Escarguel, R. Stamm, L. Gobert-Mouret, F.B. Rosmej: „Investigation of particle diffusion and suprathermal electrons in a magnetized helium plasma column”, Physics of Plasmas 21, 023502 (2014).

    D.C. Hochhaus, B. Aurand, M. Basko, B. Ecker, T. Kühl, T. Ma, F.B. Rosmej, B. Zielbauer, P. Neumayer: „X-ray radiographic expansion measurements of isochorically heated thin wire targets”, Physics of Plasmas 20, 062703 (2013).

    F.B. Rosmej, B. Deschaud, K. Bennadji, P. Indelicato, J.P. Marquès: “Study of electric dipole matrix elements of He-like ions for X-ray line shape calculations”, Phys. Rev. A 87, 022515 (2013).

    X. Li, F.B. Rosmej: “Quantum number dependent energy level shifts of ions in dense plasmas: a generalized analytical approach”, Europhysics Letters 99, 33001 (2012).

    E. Galtier, F.B. Rosmej, D. Riley et al.: “Decay of cristaline order and equilibration during solid-to-plasma transition induced by 20-fs microfocused 92 eV Free Electron Laser Pulses”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 164801 (2011).

    F.B. Rosmej, K. Bennadji, V.S. Lisitsa: “Dense plasmas effects on exchange energy shifts in highly charged ions: an alternative approach for arbitrary perturbation potentials”, Physical Review A 84, 032512 (2011).

    V.A. Astapenko, V.S. Lisitsa, F.B. Rosmej: “Radiation emission in electron-tungsten ions collisions: Polarization vs static channels”, Physics Letters A 375, 2374 (2011).

    S.M. Vinko, G. Gregori, B. Nagler, T.J. Whitcher, J.S. Wark, U. Zastrau and E. Förster, S. Mazevet, J. Andreasson, S. Bajt, R.R. Fäustlin, S. Toleikis, and T. Tschentscher, J. Chalupsky, J. Cihelka, V. Hajkova, L. Juha, H. Chapman, T. Dzelzainis, D.Riley, E. Galtier, F.B. Rosmej, P. A. Heimann, M. Jurek, J. Krzywinski, R.W. Lee, A.J. Nelson, R. Sobierajski : “Electronic Structure of an XUV Photo-Generated Solid-Density Aluminum Plasma”, Physical Review Letters 104, 225001(2010).

    X. Li, F.B. Rosmej: “Investigation of spin dependent energy level crossings in highly charged ions due to dense plasma environments”, Physical Review A 82, 022503 (2010).

    A. Calisti, C. Mossé, S. Ferri, B. Talin, F. Rosmej, L.A. Bureyeva, V.S. Lisitsa : “Dynamic Stark Broadening as Dicke Narrowing Effect”, Phys. Rev. E 81, 016406 (2010).

    B. Nagler, U. Zastrau, R. Fäustlin, S.M. Vinko,T. Whitcher, A. J. Nelson, R. Sobierajski, J. Krzywinski, J. Chalupsky, E. Abreu, S. Bajt, T. Bornath, T. Burian, H. Chapman, J. Cihelka, T. Döppner, S. Düsterer, T. Dzelzainis, M. Fajardo, E. Förster, C. Fortmann, E. Galtier, S. H. Glenzer, S. Göde, G. Gregori, V. Hajkova, P. Heimann, L. Juha, M. Jurek, F.Y. Khattak, A.R. Khorsand, D. Klinger, M. Kozlova, T. Laarmann, H.J. Lee, R. W. Lee, K.-H. Meiwes-Broer, P. Mercere, W.J. Murphy, A. Przystawik, R. Redmer, H. Reinholz, D. Riley, G. Röpke, F.B. Rosmej, K. Saksl, R. Schott, R. Thiele, J. Tiggesbäumker, S. Toleikis, T. Tschentscher, I. Uschmann, H. J. Vollmer, J. Wark: „Transparency induced in solid density aluminum by ultra-intense XUV Radiation“, Nature Physics 5, 693 (2009).

    An. Tauschwitz, V.G. Novikov, A. Tauschwitz, F.B. Rosmej, J. Abdallah, E. Onkels, J. Jacoby, J.A. Maruhn: “Intense ion beams as a tool for opacity measurements in warm dense matter”, Rapid Communication Applied Physics B 95, 13 (2009).

    F.B. Rosmej, R.W. Lee: “Hollow ion emission driven by pulsed x-ray radiation fields”, Europhysics Letters 77, 24001 (2007).

    F.B. Rosmej: “An alternative method to determine atomic radiation”, Europhysics Letters 76, 1081 (2006).

    F.B. Rosmej, R. Stamm, V.S. Lisitsa: “Convergent coupling of Helium to the H/D background in magnetically confined plasmas”, Europhysics Letters 73, 342 (2006).

    F.B. Rosmej, V.S. Lisitsa, R. Schott, D. Riley, A. Delserieys, O. Renner, E. Krousky: “Charge exchange driven X-ray emission from highly ionized plasma jets”, Europhysics Letters 76, 815 (2006).

    A. Kozyreva, M. Basko, F.B. Rosmej, T. Schlegel, A. Tauschwitz, D.H.H. Hoffmann: “Dynamic confinement of targets heated quasi-isochorically with heavy ion beam”, Phys. Rev. E 68, 056406 (2003).

    F.B. Rosmej, H. R. Griem, R. C. Elton, V. L. Jacobs, J. A. Cobble, A.Ya. Faenov, T.A. Pikuz, M. Geißel, D.H.H. Hoffmann, W. Süß, D. B. Uskov, V.P. Shevelko, R.C. Mancini: “Investigation of charge exchange induced formation of two electron satellite transitions in dense laser produced plasmas”, Phys. Rev. E 66, 056402 (2002).

    F.B. Rosmej: "A new type of analytical model for complex radiation emission of hollow ions in fusion and laser produced plasmas", Europhysics Letters 55, 472 (2001).

    F.B. Rosmej, D. H. H. Hoffmann, M. Geißel, M. Roth, P. Pirzadeh, A. Ya. Faenov, T. A. Pikuz, I. Yu. Skobelev, A. I. Magunov: "Space resolved observation of Si Li-like high energy Rydberg-transitions from autoionizing levels in dense laser produced plasmas", Phys. Rev. A 63, 063409 (2001).

    F.B. Rosmej: "The He-emission in dense non-Maxwellian plasmas", J. Phys. B Lett.: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 33, L1 (2000).

    F.B. Rosmej, V.S. Lisitsa, D. Reiter, M. Bitter, O. Herzog, G. Bertschinger, H.-J. Kunze: "Influence of charge exchange processes on X-ray spectra in tokamak plasmas: experimental and theoretical investigation", Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion 41, 191 (1999).

    F.B. Rosmej, A.Ya. Faenov, T.A. Pikuz, A.I. Magunov, I.Yu. Skobelev, T. Auguste, P.D'Oliveira, S. Hulin, P. Monot, N.E. Andreev, M.V. Chegotov, M.E. Veisman: "Charge exchange induced formation of hollow atoms in high intensity laser produced plasmas", J. Phys. B. Lett. : At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 32, L107 (1999).

    F.B. Rosmej, A.Ya. Faenov, T.A. Pikuz, F. Flora, P. Di Lazzaro, S. Bollanti, N. Lizi, T. Letardi, A. Reale, L. Palladino, O. Batani, S. Bossi, A. Bornardinello, A. Scafati, L. Reale: "Line Formation of High Intensity He-Rydberg Dielectronic Satellites 1s3lnl' in Laser Produced Plasmas", J. Phys. B Lett.: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 31, L921 (1998).

    F.B. Rosmej, V.S. Lisitsa: "A self-consistent method for the determination of neutral density from X-ray impurity spectra", Phys. Lett. A 244, 401 (1998).

    F.B. Rosmej, J. Abdallah Jr: "Blue satellite structure near He and He and redistribution of level populations", Phys. Lett. A 245, 548 (1998).

    S.H. Glenzer, F.B. Rosmej, R.W. Lee, C.A. Back, K.G. Estabrook, B.J. MacCowan, T.D. Shepard, R.E. Turner: "Measurements of suprathermal electrons in hohlraum plasmas with X-ray spectroscopy", Phys. Rev. Lett. 81, 365 (1998).

    F.B. Rosmej: "Hot Electron X-ray Diagnostics", J. Phys. B. Lett.: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 30, L819 (1997).

Contacts
Phone +33-(0)1.44.27.43.01, +33-(0)1.44.27.42.73
Email frank.rosmej@upmc.fr

Dmitry Yu. Fedyanin

Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow 

Education
2012 - Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Department of Radiotechnics and Cybernetics
Publications

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

2012, OPTICS LETTERS (3.179)

2012, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

2011, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

2010, PHOTONICS AND NANOSTRUCTURES-FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS (1.35)

2010, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

2009, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Vladimir G. Leiman

Senior Research Fellow 

Publications

2014, 25TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS (LT25), PART 4: QUANTUM PHASE TRANSITIONS AND MAGNETISM

1996, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Rayleigh-Taylor instability in a planar slab of electron plasma

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HIGH SPEED ELECTRONICS AND SYSTEMS

Olga A. Aftenieva

Student

Education
MIPT Student (2012-2018)
Publications

Elena Loginova

Professional experience
Senior Researcher
Academic Interests
Associate Professor

Ivan Khrapach

Alexander Semenov

Vladimir Antonov

Rais Shaykhadarov

Vladimir Gurtovoj

Alexey Bolgar

Svetlana Vorobyova

Alexey Dmitriev

Stepan Izyurov

Gleb Fedorov

Julia Zotova

Alexandra Kulakov

Daniil Kirichenko

Pavel Stroganov

Viktor Lubsanov

Shamil Kadyrmetov

Darya Kalacheva

Maxim Brazhnikov

Victoria Jursa

Elena Yegorova

Mariia Labendik

Andrey Konyukhov

Publications

1999, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

Numerical simulation of the processes of propagation of impurity from a large-scale source in the atmosphere

Gennady Lopukhov

Yuri Skalko

Contacts
Email skalko@mail.mipt.ru

Yevgeny Anokhin

Education
Ph.D. degree in Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia, (“Physico-chemical processes behind strong shock wave front in CO2-N2 mixtures”, Dolgoprudny, 2005) M.S. degree from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, 2002. B.S. degree from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, 2000.
Professional experience
2008–2013, Researcher, Laboratory of physical kinetics, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2005–2008, Researcher, Physics of nonequilibrium systems laboratory, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2002-2005, Junior researcher, Physics of nonequilibrium systems laboratory, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2008–2013 Assistant professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Dolgoprudny. 2002-2008 Assistant, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Dolgoprudny.
Academic Interests
Gas discharge plasma; plasma-assisted ignition and combustion; strong shock waves; state-to-state chemical kinetics.
Publications

2013, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

2012, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

2010, RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B (0.336)

2009, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY, (SPECIAL PUBLICATION) ESA SP

Radiation behind the strong shock waves in CO:N2 mixture

Contacts
Phone +7(495)408-63-47
Email eu.anokhin@gmail.com

Ilya Kosarev

Education
Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), 2009, «Kinetics of Nonequilibrium Ignition of Gaseous Mixtures under Action of Laser Flash-Photolysis or Nanosecond Discharge» Master in Applied Physics and Mathematics (MIPT), 2005, «Ignition of Homologous Series of Hydrocarbons with the Aid of Nanosecond Discharge. Comparison of Discharge and Flash-Photolysis Effectiveness» Bachelor in Applied Physics and Mathematics (MIPT), 2003, «Dynamics of Dust Particles in Earth’s Mesosphere»
Professional experience
2011- 2012– Research engineer, Laboratory for Physics of Plasma (LPP), Ecole Polytechnique,Palaiseau. 2009- 2014– Researcher, Laboratory of Physical Kinetics, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2004- 2008– Researcher, Physics of Non-Equilibrium Systems Laboratory, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2000- 2004– Junior researcher, Institute for Dynamics of Geospheres of Russian Academy of Science, Moscow. 2008- 2015– Assistant professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Dolgoprudny.
Academic Interests
Gas discharge plasma; plasma-assisted ignition and combustion; strong shock waves.
Publications

2013, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

2013, TECHNICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (0.583)

2012, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

2009, PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE (3.828)

2008, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

2007, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

2006, PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY (3.112)

Ignition in Ethanol-containing mixtures after nanosecond discharge above Self-ignition threshold

Svetlana Kindysheva

Education

Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), 2011,

«Modelling of kinetic processes in high-voltage nanosecond discharge in molecular gases»

Master in Applied Physics and Mathematics (MIPT), 2008, «Modeling of plasma decay and production of active particles in high-voltage nanosecond discharge in molecular gases»

Bachelor in Applied Physics and Mathematics (MIPT), 2006, «Recombination of plasma in nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide and water vapor»

Professional experience

2012–2013 Research engineer, Instituto di Metodologie Inorganiche e dei Plasmi, Bari.

2009- 2012 Junior researcher, Physics of Non-Equilibrium Systems Laboratory, MIPT, Dolgoprudny.

Academic Interests

Gas discharge plasma; plasma-assisted ignition and combustion; numerical simulation.

Publications

2015, PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES (2.864)

2013, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

2013, TECHNICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (0.583)

2012, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

2009, PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE (3.828)

2008, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

2007, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Ignition in Ethanol-containing mixtures after nanosecond discharge above Self-ignition threshold

Nikolay Mazko

Victor Solovyev

Publications

2009, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

2008, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

2006, PHYSICA B-CONDENSED MATTER (1.276)

2000, PHYSICA B-CONDENSED MATTER (1.276)

1996, HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS (0.209)

Kinetic processes of muonic atom and ion formation in rare gases (spur model)

Alexander Konchakov

Alexander Ponomarev

Aleksandr Ponomarev

Professional experience
PhD, junior scientific researcher
Academic Interests

Konstantin Guria

Education
MIPT
Professional experience
PhD, senior researcher.
Academic Interests

Olga Gaiko

Professional experience
PhD, senior researcher.
Academic Interests

Irina Egorova

Professional experience
Secretary egorova.ia@mipt.ru
Academic Interests

Sheida Frolova

Professional experience
PhD student
Academic Interests

Nina Kudryashova

Professional experience
PhD Student
Academic Interests

Valeriya Tsvelaya

Professional experience
MIPT student
Academic Interests

David Yang

Born 03 June 1968

Graduate of the DGAP, 1992

A Russian businessman, founder and member of the Board of Directors of the ABBYY group of companies

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

The idea of an electronic dictionary was born in Jan in 1989, when he was still a student at MIPT. To development, he attracted a novice programmer Alexander Moskalev. Initially, young people did not plan to create a serious business, the plan was to sell 100 copies of the dictionary program for 100 rubles each and complete the project. For the first year, only 15 copies were sold. But the development was so successful that the team decided to continue working together and create a text recognition program. In 1993, the first version of the program appeared - Fine Reader. In 1995-1997 years. the program began to defeat competitors not only in Russia, but also in America and Europe. In connection with the successful launch of the program, it was decided to enter the foreign market and rebrand the company. In 1998 the company was renamed into ABBYY. Today ABBYY has offices in 10 countries, sells its software products in more than 150 countries. The most famous products are the ABBYY FineReader text recognition system and ABBYY Lingvo electronic dictionaries. In 2012, more than 20 million of all scanners and multifunctional devices in the world were equipped with the ABBYY FineReader system.

Creation of the world's first pocket communication computer for teenagers Cybiko (Russia, USA, Taiwan, 1998-2003). In 2000, a quarter of a million devices were sold in 4 months from the beginning of Cybiko sales in the USA.

Participation in the restaurant and club business: creative café workshop "FAQ-Café" (2004), clubs "ArteFAQ" (2007), "Squat" (2009), "Sisters Grimm" (2009) and "DeFAQto" (2010).

Establishment in 2005 of the company "iiko" ("ayko"), which develops and implements the automation system for restaurants, cafes, bars, restaurant chains, etc. In 2008, the company "Planet of Hospitality" signed a contract under which "iiko" automates with Using the proprietary technologies iikoRMS and iikoChain, all the restaurants Sbarro, Oriental Bazaar, Viaggio and Bash-na-Bash in Russia (more than 130 enterprises).

The publication in 2007 of the "Big Anglo-Russian Dictionary Lingvo" - a two-volume illustrated edition in hardcover.

He is the author of a large number of publications and has a number of patents. Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (2003). The topic of the dissertation is "Research, development and implementation of methods for automatic recognition of handwritten texts in computer systems".

One of the leading programs of InfoMania on STS channel. Participated in the transfer of "Business Secrets" with Oleg Tinkov.

Academic Interests

David Yan is one of the founders of the Ayb educational foundation in Armenia. Also participated in the project "Tumo".

Member of the Board of Trustees of MIPT.

Member of the Public Council under the Federal Tax Service of Russia

Member of the expert board of the Skolkovo Foundation.

Member of the Presidential Council for Economic Modernization and Innovative Development of Russia

Regularly participates as a jury member in the competitions of Russian innovative projects and start-ups, such as the "Technological Cup", "Startup of the Year", the competition of start-ups Forbes.

Took part in the activity of the Russian-American Innovation Council on High Technologies

Alexander Abramov

Born 20 February 1959

Graduate of the DMCP, 1982

PhD, one of the two heads of Evraz, Russia's largest steel producer. Member of the Board of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, President of the Phystech Union, Co-founder of the Foundation for Innovative Education in Natural Sciences

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

Graduated from the Faculty of Molecular and Chemical Physics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1982). In 1985, he began working at the Institute of High Temperatures of the USSR Academy of Sciences, where he held the post of head of the laboratory, and later became the head of the commercial center.

Candidate of physical and mathematical sciences.

Member of the Bureau of the Council of Entrepreneurs under the Government of the Russian Federation.

Member of the Supervisory Board of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

Member of the Bureau of the Board of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.

He worked at the Institute of High Temperatures of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

Prior to 2006, he was president and chairman of EVRAZ Group SA.

2011 - present - Chairman of the Board of Directors of EVRAZ plc.

Academic Interests
Founder of the Charitable Foundation for the Development of Innovative Education in the Natural Sciences. The Foundation pays scholarships to gifted students of physico-technical universities from low-income families.

Serguei Beloussov

Born 02 August 1971

Graduate of the DGAP, 1995

An entrepreneur and a venture investor who managed IT companies in Russia, North America, Europe and Asia in different periods. Chairman of the Board of Parallels, CEO and founder and CEO of Acronis.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

In 1992, he got a job with Sunrise, which assembled and sold personal computers. In two years, the company opened 10 branches and increased sales of computers from 20,000 to 2 million pieces per year, becoming one of the largest PC vendors in Russia.

In 1994 Belousov came to Singapore in order to open a Sunrise branch and to arrange the supply of components to Russia.

In 1995, together with partner Ilya Zubarev, also a graduate of MIPT, founded the company Rolsen, whose revenues grew to 150 million dollars in less than 3 years. Until 2003 he was its executive director. In 1996-1999 he was executive director, founder and co-owner of Solomon Software South East Asia. In 1999, he founded the companies "Infratel" and "SWsoft." Each of these companies began to make profit one year after the commencement of operations. Since 2003, he is the chairman and CEO of Parallels, the world leader in the development of virtualization and automation software for individuals, businesses and service providers. Under the leadership of Belousov, Parallels achieved the first positions in the market due to its innovative desktop virtualization products, OS containers and control panels. He is also the founder and main investor of Acronis, the world leader in software for data storage and recovery.

Academic Interests

Known for its innovative activities in the field of virtualization, cloud computing and automation of data centers. Recently actively invests in IT start-ups and development of quantum technologies, is the founder and senior partner in international venture capital funds Runa Capital and Quantum Wave Fund (Qwave Fund).

Belousov is co-founder and chairman of the board of directors of Acumatica, a global provider of cloud ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), founded in 2007. Acumatica has offices in Moscow, Singapore and Seattle.

In 2012 Sergey Belousov, Sergey Kuzmin and Zubarev created the venture fund Quantum Wave Fund (Qwave), specializing in investing in innovative projects in the field of quantum physics. The Fund's funding is $ 30 million, but later this amount could increase to $ 100 million. The fund provides start-ups with support in scaling production of products on the global market and provides co-investors with a platform for participation in the wave of quantum technologies. According to the creators of the foundation, quantum physics in the near future will play a key role in the development of information technology and health. For example, Belousov is confident that with sufficient financing of quantum physics, the world will soon start using quantum computers and secure data networks.

Sergey Belousov actively supports scientific and educational projects in the field of high technologies in Russia: he is the chairman of the board of trustees of the Russian Quantum Center and a member of the board of Fiztech-Soyuz, the official organization of graduates of MIPT. With the assistance of Belousov, the basic department of Acronis and Parallels, "Theoretical and Applied Informatics", was opened in MIPT.

Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Novosibirsk State University (since June 27, 2014), and also Member of the Supervisory Board of the University of Innopolis, Kazan.

In 2012, Belousov became a member of the management council of the Quantum Technologies Center, a research institute at the National University of Singapore. This center develops the joint work of quantum physics scientists with scientific programmers to explore the quantum nature of existence and the fundamental limits of information processing.

Yury Baturin

Born 12 June 1949

Graduate of the DASR, 1973

A Russian politician, scientist (lawyer and political scientist) and cosmonaut. Hero of the Russian Federation.

Education

In 1966 he graduated from the English Special School No. 44 of the city of Moscow with a gold medal.

He entered the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, first studied at the Faculty of Radio Engineering and Cybernetics, but in the third year moved to the faculty of aerophysics and space research, which graduated in 1973 with a specialization in "Flight Dynamics and Control of Spacecraft" (Department B.V. Raushenbach) and was qualified as an engineer-physicist.

In 1980 he graduated from the evening department of the Moscow Law Institute, majoring in "Jurisprudence".

In 1981 he graduated from the evening department of the Faculty of Journalism of the Moscow State University named after MV Lomonosov, majoring in Journalism with the qualification of a journalist - literary worker of the newspaper.

In June 1985 he defended his thesis for the degree of candidate of legal sciences on the topic "European Parliament".

In January 1992 he defended his thesis for the degree of Doctor of Laws on the topic "Computer Law".

In 2000 he graduated from the Higher Courses of the Military Academy of the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces.

On June 28, 2005, he graduated from the evening department of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, majoring in "International Relations", the topic of the diploma was "Space Diplomacy and International Law".

Professional experience

From September 22, 1966 to August 1, 1967 he worked as a laboratory assistant at the Institute of Crystallography of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

From September 13, 1973 to May 6, 1980 he worked at TsKBEM, renamed in 1973 in the NPO Energia (now the SP Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia) as an engineer, then as a senior engineer of the department No. 311. He was engaged in the development of a solar orientation system for the spacecraft 11F732, which was named Soyuz T. Then he was engaged in a traffic control system.

Since 1980 he started working at the Institute of State and Law of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

In 1988, co-authored with I. Fedotov and V. Entin developed and published a draft law "On the Press and Other Mass Media".

In 1990 he worked in the United States as a researcher at the Institute of Advanced Russian Studies (Kennan Institute).

From May 17, 1990 to January 2, 1992 he worked as a consultant to the USSR Presidential Aide Mikhail Gorbachev.

In 1991, the author's collective composed of Yu.M.Baturin, I.Fedotov and V.Entin developed and published a draft law on the mass media, which was adopted by the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR and came into force in February 1992.

From January 3, 1992 to June 1, 1993 he worked as a permanent consultant of the "Itogi" program of the Russian state television and radio company "Ostankino".

Simultaneously, from June 1, 1992 to June 1, 1993 he worked as an advisor to the chairman of the Ostankino television company on legal issues and concurrently - a senior research fellow at the Institute of State and Law.

On March 17, 1993, he was appointed a member of the Presidential Council of the Russian Federation, June 2, 1993 - an assistant to the President of the Russian Federation for legal issues, on January 6, 1994 - an assistant to the President of the Russian Federation for National Security, June 25, 1996 - secretary of the Russian Defense Council, Assistant to the President of the Russian Federation. On August 28, 1997, he was dismissed from the post of Secretary of the Defense Council, and on February 12, 1998 due to the reduction of staff - from the post of Assistant to the President. From June 25, 1996 to February 12, 1998, in accordance with his current position, he was a member of the Defense Council of the Russian Federation.

Since 1996, he taught at MIPT a political and legal analysis with elements of mathematical modeling of political processes, at the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University - the right of mass information, was in charge of the department of computer law at MEPI.

In early 2009, from the rocket and space industry was included in the Scientific Council of the Security Council of Russia.

Since June 2009 he has been working as an advisor to the Chairman of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation, Sergei Stepashin.

Since June 16, 2010 Director of the Institute of History of Natural Science and Technology. SI Vavilov of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IET RAS).

Secretary of the All-Russian Public Organization "Union of Journalists of Russia".

Academic Interests
Space

Natan Sharansky

Born 20 January 1948

Graduate of the DCAM, 1972

Soviet human rights activist. After his repatriation to Israel in 1986, he was a statesman, public figure, Knesset Deputy, Minister and writer.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

1986 - 1996 - head, «Zionist forum»

1995 - party leader / founder, «Yisrael BaAliyah» party

1996 - 2003 - member of the Knesset and leader of the «Yisrael BaAliyah»

1996 - 1999 - Minister of Industry and Trade (Israel)

1999 - 2000 - Minister of Internal Affairs (Israel)

2001 - 2003 - Minister of Housing & Construction (Israel)

2003 - 2005 - Minister of Diaspora Affairs (Israel)

2009 - Chairman of the Jewish Agency

Academic Interests
N/A

Alexander Serebrov

Born 15 February 1944

Graduate of the DASR, 1967

Soviet cosmonaut. Hero of the Soviet Union

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

In 1966 he conducted on the Olympics in physics, chemistry, astronomy.

Since September 1970 he worked as an assistant to the department of "Physical Mechanics" at MIPT, in September 1973 he became a senior research fellow of this department.

From August 20, 1976 to December 8, 1978 was a senior research fellow of the 111th department of the NGO Energia. I wrote on-board engineering on the use of scientific equipment onboard the DOS Salyut-6.

From December 8, 1978 to May 1995 - in the cosmonaut detachment of the NGO Energia: since December 8, 1978 - the test cosmonaut of the 110th department; from March 1, 1982 - the test cosmonaut of the 291st Division; from November 30, 1982 - a test cosmonaut of the 3rd class of the 291st Division; from July 20, 1990 - the instructor-cosmonaut-tester of the 2nd class of the 291st department.

May 10, 1995, expelled from the detachment and dismissed from the RSC Energia in connection with retirement for seniority.

In 1997 he worked as an assistant secretary of the Defense Council of Russia.

Academic Interests
Space

Aleksandr Kaleri

Born 13 May 1956

Graduate of the DASR, 1979

Russian cosmonaut, made 5 flights with a total duration of 769 days.

Education

In 1973 he graduated from 10 classes of Russian secondary school No. 5 in Yaoundubulty (district of Jurmala).

In 1979 he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) in the city of Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, majoring in Flight Dynamics and Aircraft Management.

In 1983, he graduated in absentia from the post-graduate course at MIPT, specializing in mechanics of liquids, gas and plasma.

Professional experience

Since September 19, 1979, he has been working as an engineer of the 16th department of the State Defense Committee of NPO Energia, and he participates in the development of project and technical documentation for the Mir station. He also conducted studies of the outer atmosphere at the Salyut-7 orbital station and the modification of the Soyuz T. It has a military rank as a senior reserve lieutenant and is a programmer.

In 1982 he began to undergo a survey to recruit astronauts. And in 1984 he was selected to the detachment and recommended for admission to the cosmonaut detachment, and approved and approved.

From 1985 to 1986 he was trained in the cosmonaut training center, and on November 28, 1986 he received the qualification of a test cosmonaut. On February 11, 1987, he was appointed to the position of test cosmonaut.

From 1987 to 1992 he is preparing for the flight. First he trained as a flight engineer for the third expedition, then replaced the backup crew. December 21, 1987 during the launch of the Union was a backup engineer.

Since 1988, he has again been trained as a flight engineer this time for the fourth expedition, but in March he was suspended for health reasons. After being cured, in October 1989 he returned to training.

In 1991, once again trained as a flight engineer and on the launch of the ship in May, duplicates the flight engineer in the starting lineup. After that, one more preparation is again under way, but in May 1991 he was removed from office and replaced. But in October 1991, he returned to training. In March 1994, he replaced the head of the 291 Division of the NGO Energia. And from next year, again undergoes training as a flight engineer.

August 12, 1996 was assigned to the main crew.

In 1997-1998, again preparing for flights, and during the start, duplicates the flight engineer of the ship.

In 1999-2000 also was a backup engineer, and in 2001 was appointed commander of the ship.

In 2002, again planned to be trained by a flight engineer, but after the crash of the shuttle Columbia in the United States was appointed to the main staff.

In 2005 was included in the mixed group of astronauts as a flight engineer.

In 2006, he was the commander of the backup crew, and in 2010 the commander of the main staff.

October 30, 2006 was appointed Head of the Flight Service of the NGO Energia. He retained the post of instructor-cosmonaut-tester, but was removed from his post as deputy commander.

Academic Interests
Space

Vladislav Repin

Born 08 November 1934

Graduate of the DREC, 1958

A scientist and designer, the founder of the Soviet and Russian strategic system of rocket and space defense.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

The first (in 1970-1987) was the Chief Designer of the Missile Attack Warning System and the Space Monitoring System (SCCP), Hero of Socialist Labor (1978), Chief Scientific Officer of PJSC "MAK" Vympel "Corporation, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor MIPT. One of the leading scientists in the field of radar and information systems theory. He made a fundamental contribution to the research, development and implementation of the largest systems of national importance. VG Repin is the author of more than 200 scientific works on the theory of radio and optical location, radiophysics, filtration theory, decision theory, system analysis and synthesis.

Since 1955 he worked in KB-1 in the theoretical department under the direction of GP Tartakovsky. From 1962 to 1969 - head of the laboratory KB-1, head of the laboratory OKB "Vympel".

Since 1962 he taught at the department of MIPT. He brought up many candidates and doctors of science.

In 1968 he was appointed Deputy Chief of the Scientific and Technical Center of the OKB "Vympel". Since 1970 he has been deputy head of the Scientific and Technical Center of the TsNPO "Vympel". Since 1972, the chief designer of the SPRN and the CCP. Head of Experimental Design Works "Equator" and "Zastava".

Since 1973 - the head of SKB-1 STC TsNPO "Vympel".

Under his leadership, the first integrated outline sketch-and-missile project was developed and implemented, a project for its further development was developed, a project for the creation of the SCCP was developed and implemented, and an ideology and a technical concept for the formation of a unified missile and space defense system, including missile defense, missile defense and SCCP. The missile attack warning system, created under the leadership of the Chief Designer, took up combat duty in 1976.

In 1987 he was appointed the chief scientific officer of the Center for Strategic Research "Vympel" (IAC "Vympel").

Academic Interests
The field of radar and information systems theory, theory of radio and optical location, radiophysics, filtration theory, decision theory, system analysis and synthesis

Vladimir Fortov

Born 23 January 1946

Graduate of the DASR, 1968

A Soviet and Russian physicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1991). President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

1971-present - junior researcher, senior research fellow, head of the department of "Extreme states of matter" of the Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences

1986-1992 - Head of the Department of the Institute of High Temperatures of the USSR Academy of Sciences

1990-present - Head of the Department of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

1992-2007 - Director of the Institute of Thermal Physics of Extreme States of the OIVT RAS; 2007 - present time. - Director of the Joint Institute for High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences

1993-1997 - Chairman of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research

1996-1997 - Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Chairman of the State Committee on Science, Science and Technology Policy and Technologies

1997-1998 - Minister of Science and Technology of the Russian Federation

1996-2001 - Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

2002-2013. - Academician-Secretary of the Department of Energy, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanics and Control Processes of the Russian Academy of Sciences

05/29/2013 - 23/03/2017 - President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Academic Interests

Scientific works are devoted to the physics of powerful shock waves in dense plasmas and extreme states of matter. Under the guidance and with the direct participation of Fortov, theoretical and experimental work was carried out in the field of high energy density physics, physics of nonideal plasma and chemical physics, cosmic physics, combustion and explosion theory, thermophysical properties of substances and their behavior under extreme conditions.

In world science he is known as the creator and leader of a new scientific direction - dynamic physics of nonideal plasma. The original and generalizing works of Fortov and his students include monographs published in recent years: "Nonideal Plasma," "Strong Shock Waves and Extreme States of Matter," "Shockwave Phenomena in a Condensed Matter," "Shock Adiabats of a Condensed Matter at High Energy Densities," " Extreme states of matter on Earth and in space. "

The work on the creation of scientific basis for the protection of the spacecraft in the implementation of the international project "Vega" - the study of Halley's comet, on modeling the process and the investigation of the consequences of the collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter made a significant contribution to the development of space physics. He made a principal contribution to the research cycle on the physics of high energy densities at the Angara-5-1 complex.

Fundamental and promising in terms of the prospects for application is the series of experiments conducted in the 2010s under the leadership of Fortov to investigate the formation of quasicrystalline ordered structures in plasma, including the unique space experiment "Plasma Crystal", launched on the Mir orbital complex in 1998 and continuing at the International space station (ISS).

In the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, under the scientific leadership of Fortov, 11 doctoral and more than 30 Ph.D. theses have been defended. Editor-in-Chief of the journal "Thermophysics of High Temperatures", a member of the editorial board of the journal Uspekhi Fizicheskikh Nauk, editor of the series "Encyclopedia of Low-Temperature Plasma", editor-in-chief of the popular scientific journal "In the World of Science" and editor-in-chief of the journals "Reports of the Academy of Sciences" and " Academy of Sciences ".

The Hirsch index is 54.

Yuri Gulyaev

Born 18 September 1935

Graduate of the DREC, 1958

A physicist, scientific director of the Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Nanotechnology of Microelectronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INME RAS)

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience
A physicist, scientific director of the Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Nanotechnology of Microelectronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INME RAS), Academician and member of the Presidium of RAS, Professor and Head of the Chair of Solid State Electronics and Radiophysics FFKE MIPT. Laureate of two State Prizes of the USSR. Editor-in-chief of the journals "Radio engineering and electronics", "Biomedical radioelectronics", author of more than 400 articles, 4 monographs, more than 60 author's certificates for inventions and patents, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. He discovered a new fundamental type of surface acoustic waves in piezoelectric materials called Bluesstein-Gulyaev waves. In 2005, the International Astronomical Union assigned the asteroid No. 6942 the name Yurigulyaev.
Academic Interests
Yu. V. Gulyaev (together with V. I. Pustovoit) first expressed the idea of using surface acoustic waves (SAWs) for signal processing and suggested the piezoelectric semiconductor layer structure as the basic construction of the corresponding instruments. Yu. V. Gulyaev (independently and simultaneously with the American physicist Blyusteyn) discovered a new fundamental type of surfactant (surface acoustic waves) in piezoelectric materials, which are known in the world literature as the Bluesstein-Gulyaev waves. Together with the staff, he studied a new class of kinetic phenomena in conducting solid bodies, associated with the entrainment of electrons by acoustic waves, investigated resonant and nonlinear acousto-optical effects in conducting and active media, predicted "second" spin waves and studied the interaction of spin waves with electrons in ferromagnets and layered ferromagnet-semiconductor structures, the photoconductivity dependence on the polarization of the incident radiation is predicted, a strong field is predicted and experimentally obtained I field emission of electrons in a vacuum of carbon nanotubes and nanoclusters. Yu. V. Gulyaev - author of the scientific discovery "Acoustomagnetoelectric effect", which is entered in the State Register of Discoveries of the USSR under No. 133 with priority from 1964.

Rashid Syunyaev

Born 01 March 1943

Graduate of the DGAP, 1966

A Soviet and Russian astrophysicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation.

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Moscow State University (Mekhmat)

Professional experience
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1973), Professor. He headed the department of high-energy astrophysics IKI RAS, since 1992 - chief research officer of the Institute of Space Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is also the director of the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Garching (Germany).
Academic Interests

In collaboration with Ya. B. Zel'dovich, he created a theory known as the Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect, according to which the cosmic background radiation is gradually dissipated by the action of electrons.

RA Syunyaev together with NI Shakura developed a model of accretion disks formed when a substance falls onto a black hole and causes strong X-ray radiation from binary systems in which one of the stars is a black hole or a neutron star.

RA Syunyaev participated in important studies of the early universe, including studies on the recombination of hydrogen in the universe and the occurrence of angular fluctuations of the relic radiation. He headed a team that conducted observations of instruments on the module "Quantum", part of the orbital station "Mir". With the help of this module, in 1987, hard X-ray radiation from a supernova was first recorded, associated with the decay of a radioactive nickel synthesized during the death of a star, converted into radioactive cobalt and then into iron. His team at the IKI was responsible for astrophysical observations from the satellites Granat and INTEGRAL, and is currently engaged in the preparation of the international astrophysical project Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma. In the Institute of Astrophysics of the Society. Max Planck, he works in the field of theoretical high-energy astrophysics and physical cosmology, and also participates in the interpretation of data from the spacecraft of the European Space Agency "Plank".

Boris Babayan

Born 20 December 1933

Graduate of the DREC, 1957

A Soviet and Russian scientist, the first European scientist, awarded the title of Intel Fellow.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

A Soviet and Russian scientist, teacher, computer engineer, corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences (1984, since 1991 - Russian Academy of Sciences). The author of works on architectural principles of construction of computer complexes, computer software. Laureate of the State (1974) and Lenin (1987) prizes. The first European scientist, awarded the title of Intel Fellow.

From 1956 to 1996 he worked at the Institute of Precision Mechanics and Computer Engineering, including the head of the hardware and software division. In 1964 he received the degree of candidate of technical sciences, seven years later he became a doctor of technical sciences. In 1984 he was elected a corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences. He founded the basic chair of "Computational Technologies" at the FRTK MIPT in 1996. Now it is the chair of microprocessor technologies with a base in ZAO Intel A / O. For the development and implementation of the microprocessor-based computer system Elbrus-2, he was awarded the title of laureate of the Lenin Prize. Since 2004, along with part of the team that developed the Elbrus project, moved to the structure of Intel Corporation. Babayan became the first European scientist, awarded the title Intel Fellow (Honored Research Engineer Intel). Currently, Babayan is director of architecture at the Intel Software and Solutions Group, as well as a scientific advisor to Intel's research center in Moscow.

Academic Interests
Development of computer technology

Mikhail Lukin

Graduate of the DPQE, 1993

Professor of Physics, Harvard University, co-director of the Harvard Center for Quantum Physics and the Center for Ultracold Atoms of Harvard, a member of the International Advisory Council of the Russian Quantum Center.

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Texas A & M University

Professional experience
Professor of Physics, Harvard University, co-director of the Harvard Center for Quantum Physics and the Center for Ultracold Atoms of Harvard, a member of the International Advisory Council of the Russian Quantum Center. After graduating from MIPT with honors, Mikhail Lukin was invited to postgraduate study at the University of Texas and, defending his thesis, received a special scholarship from Harvard for research, which resulted in a young scientist who showed that a ray of light can be stopped in the environment.
Academic Interests
"We have prepared a special medium from super-cooled rubidium vapor," says Professor Lukin. - And then with the help of a control laser made it electromagnetically conducted. The impulse of light was directed at it. When he reached the environment, we turned off the control laser. The momentum slowed down to zero, there were no more photons, but the information was preserved inside the excited environment. And if we turn on the control laser again, the same impulse will continue its movement at the same speed. " This experience points to fundamentally new opportunities for storing and processing information. In 2005, he proposed the idea of using e-mail with quantum computing, rather than e-mail, which is already used in both Harvard and Boston universities. He and Vladan Vouletik have experimentally confirmed a new type of matter in which photonic molecules can be used to create a technology similar to the light effect.

Alexander Holevo

Born 02 September 1943

Graduate of the DASR, 1966

A Soviet and Russian mathematician, an expert in the mathematical problems of quantum informatics.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience
Since 1969 he has been working at the Steklov Mathematical Institute in the Department of Probability Theory. Then he became a candidate, and in 1975 - a doctor of physical and mathematical sciences with probability theory and mathematical statistics. Since 1986, at various times, Professor of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow State University, Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics, HSE.
Academic Interests
Alexander Holevo is one of the founders of quantum information theory. In 1973, he received an estimate of the maximum amount of information that can be known about the system of quantum states. This result is called the boundary (theorem) of Holevo. Holevo is the author of more than 170 publications, including 5 monographs. Many of them are devoted to the theory of quantum channels, which studies devices for transferring information between quantum systems. Holevo determined the classical bandwidth of such channels. Member of the editorial boards of several Russian and foreign scientific journals.

Mikhail Shifman

Born 04 April 1949

Graduate of the DGAP, 1972

A Soviet physicist known for his work in the field of high-energy theoretical physics, and especially in quantum chromodynamics

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics

Professional experience

In 1976 he defended his thesis at the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, where he worked under the guidance of BL Ioffe, VI Zakharov and AI Vainshtein. Theme of the thesis: "Nonleptonic decays of strange particles". Ibid at ITEP then defended his doctoral dissertation.

He continued to work at ITEP until 1989, then spent a year at the University of Bern.

Since 1990 - professor of physics at the University of Minnesota.

Academic Interests

A penguin mechanism of transitions with a change in aroma in hadrons (quarks) is proposed (together with VI Zakharov and AI Vainshtein).

A class of low-energy theorems is derived from the trace QCD anomaly.

The concept of a gluon condensate is introduced, the sum rules are developed (the sum rules of Shifman-Weinstein-Zakharov).

The axion (the Kim-Shifman-Vainshtein-Zakharov axion) is proposed.

Exact solutions in supersymmetric gauge theories (gluin condensate, beta functions) are obtained. The problem of anomaly and holomorphy is solved.

Symmetry of heavy quarks is introduced.

The Goddard-Kent-Oliva construction in two-dimensional conformal field theory is extended.

A number of other problems have been solved, many of which are also related to supersymmetric theories.

Vyacheslav Mukhanov

Born 02 October 1956

Graduate of the DGAP, 1979

A Russian-German physicist, cosmologist, one of the authors of the proof of the inflation theory of the development of the universe, a professor at the University of Munich.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience
From 1989 to 1992 - senior researcher at the Institute for Nuclear Research in Moscow. From 1992 to 1997 - Associate Professor of the Higher Technical School of Zurich (Switzerland). Since 1997, he has been head of the Department of Astro-particle Physics and Cosmology at the Physics Department of the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich.
Academic Interests

In 1981, Mukhanov, in collaboration with Gennady Chibisov, developed a hypothesis for the emergence of a large-scale structure of the universe (galaxies) from quantum fluctuations.

From 1982 to 1989 he developed a quantum theory of cosmological perturbations, which can be used to calculate the inhomogeneities in various inflationary models of the universe. The first confirmation of this theory was obtained in 1992 in the COBE experiment on the WMAP space probe.

Research interests: relict radiation fluctuations, inflation models, cosmology in string theory, the problem of the cosmological constant, the problem of singularity, the self-reproduction of the universe, dark energy, quantum and classical black holes, quantum cosmology.

2003 - Member of the editorial board of "Classical and Quantum Gravity"

2004 - Member of the editorial board "Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics"

2004 - Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of High Energy Physics

2006 - Scientific Supervisor of the Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics

Pavel Pevzner

Born 05 April 1956

Graduate of the DPQE, 1988

A member of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Genome Institute (Singapore) and a member of the editorial board of PLOS Computational Biology, the winner of the first mega-contest

Education

Moscow State University of Railway Engineering

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

University of Southern California

Professional experience

Pavel A. Arkadievich defended his thesis in 1988 at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, working at the State Scientific Research Institute of Genetics and Selection of Industrial Microorganisms.

Since 1990, for two years, passed postdoctoral studies in the laboratory of Michael Waterman (Michael Waterman), University of Southern California. In 1992, he became Associate Professor of the University of Pennsylvania. In 1995 he returned to the University of Southern California as a professor of Mathematics, Informatics and Molecular Biology. Since 2000, he is a professor at the University of California at San Diego and heads the Computer Spectrometry Center of the National Institutes of Health.

Being one of the world's leading scientists, Pavel Pevzner cooperates with Russian science. Together with the St. Petersburg Academic University in 2010 he received a mega-grant for solving the most important algorithmic and computational tasks of modern biomedicine. In December 2012, this work was extended for another two years. In 2011, he participated in a meeting of the President of the Russian Federation with scholars who received special grants from the Government of the Russian Federation for state support of scientific research.

Pavel Arkadevich is known for developing new approaches in the teaching of computational biology and trying to influence the training of Russian scientists.

Pavel Pevzner is the author of a significant number of works on bioinformatics and computational biology.

As of February 2016, its Hirsch index is 76.

Academic Interests

Bioinformatics

Computational Biology

System Biology

Vladimir Belinsky

Born 26 March 1941

Graduate of the DGAP, 1965

The theoretical physicist, scientific works on cosmology and general theory of relativity

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Professional experience

He worked at the Landau Institute of Theoretical Physics together with Eugene Lifshitz, participated in the editing of some chapters of the second volume of the Course of Theoretical Physics, Landau and Lifshitz.

In 1969 he defended his thesis on the topic: "Investigation of singularities in general decisions of the SRT".

In 1980 he defended his doctoral dissertation on the subject: "Problems of relativistic cosmology and the inverse scattering problem method in the theory of gravitation".

Currently working as a professor at the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN), and also teaches courses in general relativity at the University of Rome, La Sapienza, Italy.

One of the three authors, whose name is called the singularity model: BKL singularity (the singularity of Belinsky-Khalatnikov-Lifshitz).

Together with VE Zakharov, he proposed the solution of the Einstein equations, called by their names - the Belinsky-Zakharovaen transformation, which determines that black holes represent a special example of gravitational solitons.

Academic Interests

Cosmology

Leonid Khachiyan

Born 03 May 1952

Graduate of the DMAM, 1997

A Soviet and American mathematician, the Falkerson Prize

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

In 1978 he defended his thesis, and in 1984 - a doctoral dissertation, both at the Computing Center of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. He worked at the Computing Center of the USSR Academy of Sciences and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

LG Khachiyan was the first to propose a polynomial algorithm for solving linear programming problems - a variation of the method of ellipsoids. Despite the fact that the algorithm proved to be unsuitable for practical calculations because of the high degree of the polynomial estimating the time of its operation, the result of Hacijan is of great theoretical importance. In addition, this result gave impetus to an intensive search for new practical algorithms for solving linear programming problems. In 1982, L. Khachiyan was awarded the Falkerson Prize for outstanding work in the field of discrete mathematics.

Since 1989 he lived and worked in the USA. In 1989 he held the position of visiting professor at Cornell University. From 1990 until the end of his life he worked at Rutgers University. In the US, Khachiyan continued research on some of his old topics, such as the complexity of an inscribed ellipsoid of maximum volume, and also conducted research on new directions. Together with Bahman Kalantari, he wrote several articles on problems of matrix scaling and load balancing.

In June 2008, a special issue of the journal Discrete Applied Mathematics was dedicated to the memory of LG Khachiyan: Discrete Applied Mathematics, Volume 156, Issue 11

Academic Interests
Discrete Math

Viktor Ivannikov

Born 27 February 1940

Graduate of the DREC, 1964

A scientist in the field of computer technology and programming, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, laureate of the State Prize of the USSR

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Professional experience

Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1971), Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1980), Professor (1986).

In Moscow University he worked since 1979, first at the Department of Automation of Computer Complex Systems of the Faculty of the Higher School of Management of Moscow State University in positions: senior lecturer (1979-1985), associate professor (1985-1986), professor (since 1986). Since 1994 he has been head of the Department Programming Department at the Faculty of Computer Science at Moscow State University. Head of the Department of System Programming MIPT (since 1996).

Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences since 1984, since May 2008 - Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

In 1994-2014 he was Director of the Institute of System Programming of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Chief editor of the journal "Programming". Chairman of the Scientific Council "Programming" RAS. Member of the international scientific communities ACM, IEEE (headed the Russian branch of the IEEE).

Since May 2009 - President of the Russian Association of Free Software (RASPO).

Laureate of the State Prize of the USSR (1980).

Academic Interests

Area of scientific interests: system programming, architecture of computers, operating systems. From 1962 to 1980 he worked at the Institute of Fine Mechanics and Computer Science named after Lebedev of the Russian Academy of Sciences, where he traveled from technician to one of the leading specialists. He made a fundamental contribution to the development of theory and practice in the development of computer operating systems and computer systems. It is one of the main participants in the creation of the first operating system (D-68) for the BESM-6 computer. He proposed operational tools for organizing parallel processes in tasks and hierarchical organization of software systems. These principles, implemented in the next modification of the operating system (ND-70) for BESM-6, formed the basis of his Ph.D. thesis. One of the main developers of the structure of processors and the general architecture of the multi-computer complex AC-6, the leader and an active participant in the creation and implementation of an operating system for an inhomogeneous local computer network based on the AS-6 complex (his doctoral dissertation is devoted to this problem). Contributed to the creation of computer systems that provide information processing in real time in the control centers of spacecraft flights.

In the 1980s, working at the Delta Research Institute of the USSR Ministry of Electronics and at the Institute of Cybernetics Problems of the USSR Academy of Sciences, he directed the creation and implementation of computer-aided design and software systems for supercomputers. From 1991 to 1994 he headed the department of the Institute of Cybernetics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, he was director of the Institute of System Programming from the time of its formation ISP in January 1994 until 2015. Studies of the late 1990s and early 2000s involve the development of a system for automating the development of formal specifications for source code and test generation systems for a wide range of programming interfaces, a tool system for studying legacy software, and ensuring interoperability in distributed object- oriented systems. Managed the DOOS working group (distributed object-oriented systems) in ISP RAS.

Alexander Frolov

Born 17 May 1964

Graduate of the DMCP, 1987

A Russian businessman, multimillionaire, president, chairman of the board of directors of the metallurgical company Evraz Group SA

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

In 1987 he graduated with honors from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, where he received his Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics in 1991.

He was a research fellow at the Institute of Atomic Energy. I.V. Kurchatov. Author of several scientific publications.

Since 1995, becoming one of the major shareholders, he worked as Vice President, Senior Vice President of Evrazmetall, founded on February 28, 1992 by Alexander Abramov. In 2002-2004, he was the financial director of Evraz.

Responsible for the company's financial block with an annual turnover of more than $ 2 billion, Frolov provided the highest quality of services to the group's enterprises for the sale of products, primarily for export, where completely new directions were opened. With the direct participation of Frolov, the consolidated profit of the holding in the first half of 2004 reached $ 600 million.

From 2004 to May 1, 2006 - Member of the Board of Directors of Evraz Group, Managing Director for Corporate Affairs, responsible for strategic business development, finance, corporate issues and communications, development of business procedures, work with personnel, legal issues and information technologies.

Since 2006 - President of Evraz S.A., President of EvrazHolding LLC.

In March 2012, I registered at my place of residence in Novokuznetsk to pay taxes in Kuzbass, where the largest enterprises of the company operate.

Academic Interests
Possessing a personal fortune of $ 1.5 billion, in 2016 he took 47th place in the list of 200 richest businessmen of Russia (according to Forbes magazine)

Vadim Yakunin

Born 05 January 1963

Graduate of the DPQE, 1986

A successful well-known Russian businessman, the chairman of OAO "Protek". At the moment he is 83rd in the list of the richest businessmen in Russia.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

In the late 1980's. worked in the scientific and production association of computer facilities.

In 1990, he founded the ZAO "Protek Implementation Center", which imported computers.

From 1990 to 2000 He was the General Director of the Protek Implementation Center

In 1998 - 2002 years. - Chairman of the Board of Directors of ZAO CV Protek.

From 2002 to the present - Chairman of the Board of Directors of OJSC "Protek"

Academic Interests

83 place in the list of the richest businessmen of Russia.

He is the Chairman of the Union of Professional Pharmaceutical Organizations (SPFO), a member of the Expert Advisory Council under the Chairman of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation, and the Deputy Chairman of the Committee for the Development of the Consumer Market of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.

Andrei Baronov

Graduate of the DMCP, 1990

A successful well-known Russian businessman, Co-Director and Co-founder of Veeam Software. At the moment he is on the 113th place in the list of the richest businessmen in Russia

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

Andrey Baronov is one of the world's leading experts in the field of system management. As Co-Director and Co-founder of Veeam Software, he is responsible for Veeam's development and solution strategy and is responsible for one of the most innovative and promising product portfolios in the industry.

In 1997 together with Ratmir Timashev he co-founded the company Aelita Software. Andrey's experience, knowledge and intuition allowed creating a whole series of award-winning innovative products, based on architecture and basic technologies, a generation ahead of competitors' solutions.

After the acquisition of Quest Software by Aelita in 2004, Andrei took over as director of development at Quest, responsible for working with Microsoft. Working together with Ratmir Timashev in the ABRT venture fund, Andrey expanded his knowledge and mastered new technologies, including the virtualization field. The first Veeam product for managing virtual servers, FastSCP, has become widespread in the industry. Today, the concept of data availability for business continuity (available for the always-on enterprise) is used by more than 200,000 companies around the world.

Academic Interests

113 place in the list of the richest businessmen of Russia.

He is the founder of the venture fund ABRT.

Ratmir Timashev

Born 26 June 1966

Graduate of the DMCP, 1990

A Russian entrepreneur, founder and president of Aelita Software, now the founder and president of Veeam Software, and co-founder of the venture fund ABRT.

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Ohio State University

Professional experience

Ratmir V. Timashev is a Russian entrepreneur, founder and president of Aelita Software, now the founder and president of Veeam Software, and co-founder of the venture fund ABRT. Included in the top-30 of leading IT-businessmen of Russia according to Forbes magazine, and also in Top-100 Russian Internet millionaires according to Kommersant version.

In 1995, being a student at Ohio University, Timashev together with his classmate Andrey Baronov create an online store specializing in the delivery and sale of computer components from the US to Russia. A year later, partners develop several utilities for Windows NT administrators. Soon the proceeds from the sale of these utilities exceed the income of the online store and Timashev decides to focus on developing management tools for Windows NT. To this end, in 1997 he founded the company Aelita Software in the US, the main development center of which is located in Russia. In 2004, the business was sold to Quest Software for $ 115 million. Timashev is the CEO of Quest for Microsoft solutions, however, at the beginning of 2005 he decided to leave the company.

Later, in 2005, Timashev got acquainted with the growing popularity of virtualization technology and decided to try to apply the experience of developing utilities to a virtual infrastructure. In 2006, in partnership with Baronov, Timashev founded Veeam Software (from VM, virtual machine - virtual machine). Initially, the company specializes in the development of software products that manage the virtual infrastructure of VMware. In 2007, Veeam releases its first programs, Monitor and Reporter, and a year later, a virtualization environment backup tool called Veeam Backup & Replication. It is this product that becomes the flagship in the company's lineup and allows it to enter the backup market. At the end of 2015, the company's revenue amounted to 474 million US dollars, and the staff of more than 2,000 people.

Timashev and Baronov actively invest in the development of Russian IT start-ups. In 2005, they created a venture fund, named after the first letters of the names of the creators - ABRT. The fund invests in companies at an early stage of growth, and also assists western-oriented software vendors with development centers in Russia and CIS countries. In 2007, ABRT and the largest European venture fund Mangrove Capital Partners initiated a joint partnership program for investing in technology start-ups in Russia and Eastern and Central Europe.

Academic Interests

118 place in the list of the richest businessmen of Russia

Aleksander Filippenko

Born 02 September 1944

Graduate of the DMCP, 1997

A famous Soviet and Russian actor. Filippenko was honored with People's Artist of Russia in 2000.

Education

Moscow Institute of Phisics and Technology

Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute

Professional experience

Since 1962 —member of a student’s KVN (Club of the Funny and Inventive People) team (club’s champions 1962/1963)

Senior engineer in Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry

1964—1969 — actor and director in MSU Variety Studio

1969—1975 — actor in Taganka Theater

1975 – 1995 – actor in Vakhtangov Theater

Since 1996 — director of theatre "Mono-Duet-Trio" at Mosconcert

Starred in more than 90 films

2014 - participant of the project "To be a poet!»

September 25, 2015 - participant of theatrical online readings of A.P. Chekhov's works "Chekhov is alive»

Academic Interests

Andrey Ivashchenko

Born 29 October 1967

Graduate of the DREC, 1990

Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center for High Technologies "ChemRar", the head of the working group of STI NeuroNet, the mentor of the track LifeScience

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

University of London, Singapore Branch

Professional experience

Professor, RAS, MBA - Chairman of the Board of Directors of the ChemRar Group of Companies

President of the Board of the Center for Living Systems of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

For more than 20 years Andrei Alexandrovich has been managing Russian and international projects in the field of "living systems", is co-founder and head of the Center for High Technologies "ChemRar", the largest non-state research center in Russia to develop and introduce innovative medicines. As co-founder and one of the initiators of the creation of the Biopharmaceutical Cluster "Severny" on the basis of MIPT, the Foundation for Development of the Physicotechnical School and Physical and Technical Schools, it is carrying out active public and scientific innovation work within the framework of the "PHITEX XXI" strategy for creating a modern technopolis around the MIPT. A.A. Ivashchenko is a recognized industry expert, a member of various public and governmental organizations, such as the Expert Council under the Government of the Russian Federation, the Expert Council under the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia for the development of the pharmaceutical industry, the Subcommission on the circulation of medicines under the Government Commission for the Protection of Public Health, Center for the Development and Commercialization of New Technologies Skolkovo and others.

Academic Interests
In 2015, Andrey Ivashchenko led the working group on the development and implementation of the NeuroNet Roadmap of the National Technological Initiative at the Presidium of the Council for Economic Modernization and Innovative Development under the President of the Russian Federation. The result of his scientific work is more than 50 copyright certificates and patents for inventions, over 100 scientific publications in Russia and abroad, more than 2000 successfully executed research contracts.

Andrei Khlyzov

Born 15 November 1960

Graduate of the DAAE, 1984

A Russian banker, an information technology specialist, a senior vice president of Sberbank, and General Director of Sberbank-Technologies.

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Krasnoznamennaya Academy of Chemical Defense named after Marshal of the Soviet Union S. Timoshenko

Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation

Professional experience

He participated in the creation of a complex of operational and tactical tasks of the chemical forces and the design of the automated maneuver control system. Participated in international negotiations on the preparation of the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction. Member of the liquidation of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident (1987). He left for the reserve in 1997 in the rank of lieutenant colonel.

In 1997 - the head of implementation and replication. In 2009, he was appointed director of the department of information technology development, in 2014 - vice-president, chief architect of IT. Since 2016, he is Senior Vice President, curator of the Department of Corporate Architecture, Department of the SPS (Production System of the Savings Bank), Application Data Center, Corporate Data Management, Technology Innovation Center, Strategy and Technology Development Department, 18+ ", The Directorate of the" Data Factory "program.

In November 2016, I received thanks from the President of the Russian Federation for his services in the development and improvement of the banking system.

June 15, 2017 was appointed General Director of JSC "SberTech".

Academic Interests
Andrey Khlyzov was twice in the list of top-1000 managers of Russia according to the magazine Kommersant. In 2016, for the "Banking Sphere" award, established by the magazine "Bank Review", he excelled in the nomination "Chief IT Officer". In the nomination of the prize "Implementation of the year", he marked the program of centralization of Sberbank's IT systems "Centralization 2.0" headed by him. In 2016, this program won first place in the final of the prestigious international competition of the IPMA International Project Excellence Award - 2015 in the nomination Mega-Sized Projects, and also won the Model Bank contest 2016 in the Legacy Transformation nomination.

Vladimir Dolgov

Born 06 June 1959

Graduate of the DPPE, 1982

Director of eBay Business Development in the countries of Northern and Eastern Europe, CEO of eBay Russia, led the Moscow office of eBay since its opening.

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

University of California

Professional experience

1976-1982 - MIPT, Department of Physics and Energetics.

1982-1992 - The Institute of Atomic Energy. IV Kurchatov (a branch in the city of Troitsk).

1991 - Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.

1992-1995 - CompactBook Publishing, multimedia publishing house.

1995-1996 - R-Style (Cyril and Methodius, New Media Generation)

1996-1999 - Lukoil-inform, head of the department.

1999 - Internet portal Prosto.Ru, editor in chief.

1999-2000 - Oxir Internet Solution, head of the Moscow office; ZAO "Oksiris" (online store Oxiris.com), General Director.

2000-2005 - online store Ozon.ru: technical director, director of the Moscow branch, commercial director, general director.

2003-2005 - MBA at the California State University of East Bay.

December 2005 - June 2012 - Google Russia, General Director.

June 2012 - January 2016 - Head of eBay Marketplaces in Russia.

Since January 2016 - Director of Business Development eBay in the countries of Northern and Eastern Europe.

Academic Interests

In the rating of top managers - 2010, the newspaper Kommersant took the IV place in the nomination "Media business".

In the rating of top managers - 2011, the newspaper Kommersant took the III place in the nomination "Media business".

In the rating of top managers - 2012, the newspaper Kommersant took the fourth place in the nomination "Media business".

Boris Saltykov

Born 27 December 1940

Graduate of the DASR, 1964

Russian statesman, politician.

Education

Professional experience

1967 - 1986 - junior researcher, leading engineer, senior researcher, acting head of laboratory, head of Department and Secretary of the party Committee of the Central Economics mathematical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences

1986 - 1990 - head of the Department of the Institute of Economics and forecasting of scientific and technological progress of the USSR Academy of Sciences

1990 - 1991 - head of the Department of the Institute of economic forecasting of the USSR Academy of Sciences

1991 - Deputy Director for research of the Analytical center of the USSR Academy of Sciences on socio-economic and scientific technical development

1991 - Minister of science and technical policy of the RSFSR

1991 - Minister of science, higher education and technical policy of Russia

1992 - 1996 - Chairman Of the state expert Council under the President of the Russian Federation on particularly valuable objects of cultural heritage of the peoples of the Russian Federation

Since 1992 - Deputy Prime Minister Of The Russian Federation

1992 - 1996 - Chairman of the Russian Federation Commission for UNESCO

1992 - 1993 - Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers

1992 - 1996 - Plenipotentiary of the Government of the Russian Federation to the Joint Institute for nuclear research

1993 - 1996 - Minister of science and technical policy of the Russian Federation

1993 - 1996 - Deputy of the state Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation of I convocation, member of the faction "Choice of Russia" , member of the Committee on education, culture and science

1996 - 2003 - member of the Strategic Committee of the Open society Institute (Soros Foundation) in charge of the Internet centres network program»

1998 - 2000 - General Director of the Federal state unitary enterprise «Russian technologies»

1999 - member of The American Academy of arts and science (eng. American Academy of Arts and Science), Department of Public Relations and Business Administration

2010 - General Director of the Polytechnic Museum

2013 - President of the Polytechnic Museum

Academic Interests
Certificate of honor of the Government of the Russian Federation (27 December 2000) - for services to the state and many years of conscientious work

Lev Ponomarev

Born 02 September 1941

Graduate of the DGAP, 1965

Russian political and public figure. Executive Director of the all-Russian public movement for human rights. Deputy of the National Assembly of the Russian Federation. Member of the Federal political Council of the United democratic Solidarity movement. The Deputy of the State Duma of the first and second convocation.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

1968 - scientist, A.I. Alikhanov Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, D.Sc. in math and physics.

Since 1968 - lecturer, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

1988 - initiator of the creation and one of the founders of the all-Russian society to perpetuate the memory of victims of political repression «memorial»

1989 - Trustee of Andrei Sakharov on elections of people's deputies of the USSR

1989 - 1990 - active participant of pre-election speeches and mass nonviolent actions of Democrats, one of the founders of the Moscow Association of voters and the movement "Democratic Russia".

1990 - 1995 - Deputy of two convocations of the Russian Parliament

1997 - initiator of the creation in Moscow of the multi-profile human rights reception "Hot Line" and the all-Russian movement "For human rights", Executive Director and member of the Council of the Movement "for human rights".

1997 - initiator and organiser of the Initiative group «Common action»

2001 - one of the organisers of the national Extraordinary Congress for the protection of human rights (January), the initiator of the Russian National Committee "for the cessation of war and the establishment of peace in the Chechen Republic" (March)

2002 - initiator of the international conference "ending the war and establishing peace in the Chechen Republic" (November)

Academic Interests
2010 - awarded the commander's Cross of the order of Merit to the Republic of Poland by the decree of the President of Poland Lech Kaczynski "for outstanding achievements in the protection of human rights and the promotion of civil liberties»

Boris Aleshin

Born 03 March 1955

Graduate of the DAFE, 1978

Academician of RAS, Russian statesman and scientist, specialist in the field of creation of large information systems, modern on-Board computers and software. Deputy Chairman of the Union of machine builders of Russia.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

1978 - 1979 - engineer, State Research Institute of Aviation Systems, Moscow

1979 - 1982 - post-graduate student, Moscow Institute of physics and technology

1982 - 1990 - leading engineer, senior researcher, head of sector, head of laboratory, head of division of State Research Institute of Aviation Systems, Moscow, Russia

1990 - 1998 - head of division, Deputy head, first Deputy head for financial and commercial activities-commercial Director of the State Research Institute of Aviation Systems, Moscow

1998 - 2000 - first Deputy chief on financial and commercial activity-the commercial Director of the State Research Institute of Aviation Systems, Moscow

Since 2000 - state Secretary - first Deputy Minister of industry, science and technology of the Russian Federation

Since 2001 - Chairman Of the state Committee of the Russian Federation for Standardization and Metrology

Since 2003 - Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation

2004 - 2007 - head of the Federal Agency for industry

2007 - 2009 - President of LLC "Group "AVTOVAZ»

2009 - 2015 - Director General, Zhukovsky Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TSAGI)

Since 2015 - Advisor to the President of the JSC «United Aircraft Corporation» on science and technology

2017 - Chairman of the strategy Committee of JSC «United Aircraft Corporation»

Academic Interests
Mechanical engineering, mechanics and control processes

Ivan Maximov

Born 19 November 1958

Graduate of the DPPE, 1982

A Russian artist, professional animator and director

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Higher courses of Scriptwriters and film Directors

Professional experience

1975 - 1976 - photographer, Biophysic’s Institute of USSR Academy of Sciences

Since 1981 - illustrator, "Quantum", «Energy" and " Sputnik» magazines

1982 - 1986 - engineer, Space Research Institute of USSR Academy of Sciences

1990 - 1991 - professor of directing, Riga Video centre

1998 - cartoonist, The daily newspaper "Time MN»

2000 - 2001 - cartoonist, The daily newspaper «News Time»

2001-2003 - creator of the project, Computer game «Full pipe»

2002 - 2005 professor of directing, All-Russian state Institute of cinematography named after S.A. Gerasimov

Since 2004 - professor of directing, School-Studio SHAR

From 2010 - art Director, animation series "Vezuha!»

Since 2011 - professor of directing, Ivan Maximov’s School «Pitermultart»

2011-2012 - illustrator, «Moscow news» newspaper

Academic Interests

1991 - Nika Award nominee for 5/4

1993 - Nika Award for Best Film for «Bolero»

1993 - Golden Bear Award for the Best Short Film for «Bolero»

2003 - Nika Award nominee for Slow Bistro

2007 - Golden Eagle nominee for Dozhd Sverkhu Vniz

2008 - Nika Award nominee for Dozhd Sverkhu Vniz

2012 - Golden Eagle nominee for Vne Igry

2013 - Medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland"

2013 - Nika Award nominee for Dlinnyy Most v Nuzhnuyu Storonu

2014 - Golden Eagle nominee for Dlinnyy Most v Nuzhnuyu Storonu

Sergey Kolesnikov

Born 25 February 1972

Graduate of the DPQE, 1995

A businessman, investor, co-owner and managing partner of the Corporation "TechnoNICOL"

Education
Moscow Institute of physics and technology
Professional experience

1992 - founder of the company " TechnoNICOL»

Since 2012 - member of the Presidium of the General Council of the public organisation «Business Russia»

2014 - public representative of the Commissioner under the RF President on protection of entrepreneurs' rights

Since 2015 - the head of Committee of antitrust of the public organisation "Business Russia»

Academic Interests

2013 - international award "Entrepreneur of the year" in the nomination "Industrial production»

2015 - a memorable sign "the Patron and benefactor of the year" by the Government of the Ryazan region

Valentin Gapontsev

Born 23 February 1939

Graduate of the DPQE, 1967

Soviet and Russian physicist, entrepreneur, billionaire, and the founder, CEO and chairman of IPG Photonics

Education

Lviv Polytechnic Institute

Moscow Institute of physics and technology

Professional experience

1961 - 1964 - engineer, design Bureau of the Ministry of radio industry, Lviv

1967 - 1988 - Junior researcher, senior researcher, leading researcher, Institute of radio engineering and electronics of USSR Academy of Sciences

Since 1988 - head of laboratory, Institute of radio engineering and electronics of USSR Academy of Sciences

1991 - founder of the company, «IRE-Polus»

1995 - founder of the company, IPG Laser GmbH

1997-founder of the company, IPG Fibertech S. r.l.

1998 - the company's founder, IPG Photonics Corporation

Since 2010 - member of Advisory scientific Council, «SKOLKOVO» Fund

Head of the Department of Photonics, Moscow Institute of physics and technology

Head of Department, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (USA)

Academic Interests

More than 500 scientific works

Included in the list of 28 outstanding scientists (according to the the International Society for Optics and Photonics) in the field of laser physics, technology

Igor Rybakov

Born 16 May 1972

Graduate of the DPQE, 1996

A Russian businessman, participant of the list of richest people in Russia according to Forbes magazine in 2017 with a fortune of 900 million US dollars, co-owner of TechnoNICOL Corporation and co-founder of the Rybakov Fund.

Education
Moscow Institute of physics and technology
Professional experience

1992 - founder of the company «TechnoNICOL»

2015 - the founder of the Foundation, «Rybakov Fund»

2017-investor, structures acquired 25% of scientific archive "Cyberleninka»

2017 - investor, co-founder of venture Fund Larix

Academic Interests

Ivan Streshinsky

Born 02 October 1969

Graduate of the DAFE, 1992

CEO of USM Advisors, one of the most expensive top managers according to the Forbes rating.

Education
Moscow Institute of physics and technology
Professional experience

1993-member of the Board of Directors, «Perm Engine Company»

Since 1994 - CFO, Executive director, board director, Coalco Company

2006 - 2007 - General Director, CJSC "Gazmetal»

2006 - 2008 - member of the Board of Directors, CJSC "Gazmetall" and «Metalloinvest»

2008 - General Director, Coalco Group

2008 - 2012 - Director General, OJSC "Telecominvest»

2012 - CEO, USM Advisors

At the moment:

CEO of Garsdale services Investment Limited, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Metalloinvest and MegaFon, and is a member of Directors of several organizations:

- Garsdale Services Investment;

- LLC management company "metalloinvest»;

- JSC "Kommersant»;

- UTH Russia;

- USM Holdings;

- Mail.ru Group;

- JSC "CITY".

Academic Interests

Alexander Lanchakov

Born 28 July 1969

Vice-rector for construction, maintenance 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

Director of security service

Education

1984: Graduated from Smolensk Higher Antiaircraft Missile Engineering School

2000: Graduated from the FSB Academy, a higher school for Russian Federal Security Service personnel training

2003: Graduated from the Russian Presidential Academy of Public Administration

Professional experience

1984-1986: Military service in the Soviet Armed Forces

2010-2013: Employed as Regime Deputy Chief of the Transinzhstroy construction bureau

Nov. 11, 2013: Appointed Vice Rector for Security

Academic Interests
Contacts
Phone +7(495)408-56-66, ext. 62-55, +7(495)408-47-11, ext. 69-26 (Tatiana Birukova, assistant), +7(495)408-72-27, ext. 60-35 (Igor Zhuravliov, assistant)

Alexander Drozdov

Director of Phystech School of Radio Engineering and Computer Technology

Education
Sc.D. in engineering

  • 1988: Graduated from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Lomonosov Moscow State University with a degree in mathematics

  • 1990: Completed a further professional training course at the Research Institute of Fine Mechanics and Computer Engineering of the Soviet Academy of Sciences

  • 2005-2006: Took management training courses at Intel University

Professional experience
  • 1988-2003: Department Manager at Moscow Center of SPARC Technologies (MCST)

  • 2003-2005: Head of the Optimizing Technologies Department at the Institute of Microprocessor Computing Systems of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Head of Division at MCST Elbrus — a microprocessor developer

  • 2005-Jan. 2007: Head of Department at Intel A/O

  • 2007: Joined the S. A. Lebedev Institute of Fine Mechanics and Computer Technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences as Deputy Head of Research and Development Department and Head of Laboratory of Optimizing Compilers

  • 2007: Created his own IT company Optimiziruyushchiye Tekhnologii (Optimizing Technologies) and became its CEO

  • 2010: Started serving as CEO of SMWare

  • July 2011: Appointed head of a design center for system design of radio electronic equipment, standby control systems and special programming at the Department of Radio Engineering and Cybernetics of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Deputy Head of the Department of Radio Electronics and Applied Informatics


Academic courses

Lectures in:

1.    Programming technologies

2.    Software quality

Publications

1.    Formal Processor Description for OS Modules Generation, A. Y. Drozdov, Alexander Yu. Drozdov, Yuriy N. Fonin, Victor E. Vladislavlev International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2013 ISSN: 2277 128X, pp. 702-707

2.    Simulating Cluster Node Hardware Accelerators Using Sniper Simulator, Alexander Yu. Drozdov, Yuriy N. Fonin, Denis A. Kondrushkin, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2013 ISSN: 2277 128X, pp. 440-443

3.    Methodology for Search of Optimal Architecture of Cluster Node Using Graphite and Sniper Systems, Pentkovsky V. M., Drozdov A. Y., Fonin Y. N. Quality. Innovation. Education journal No. 11-2012

4.    Development and Implementation Methodology for Predicting Optimal Microprocessor Architecture in Python using Neural Networks and Graphite Emulator. Pentkovsky V. M., Drozdov A. Y., Golenev A. D., Fonin Y. N., Shlykov S. L. Programming and Computer Software Journal, 2012, No. 9, pp. 8-15

5.    Drozdov A. Y., Novikov S. V. A Program Auto-Parallelizer Based on the Component Technology of Optimizing Compiler Construction. Programming and Computer Software, 2009, Vol. 35, No. 6, pp. 321-339

6.    Drozdov A. Yu. Component Approach for Construction of Optimizing Compilers. Programming and Computer Software, 2009, Vol. 35, No. 5, pp. 291-300, 2009

7.    Special Aspects and Prospects of Universal Optimization Compilation Technology. Collection of research papers of the S. A. Lebedev Institute of Fine Mechanics and Computer Technologies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Vol. 1, Materials of the All-Russian conference “Prospects for the Development of High Performance Architectures: Past, Present and Future of National Computer Engineering,” 2008, pp. 62-74 Drozdov A. Y.

Awards and achievements

  • Gold Medal for Best Project at the 2008 Innovations and Investments Salon

  • Best Innovator Gold Medal from the All-Russian Exhibition Center (2009)

Academic Interests

Andrey Raigorodskiy

Director of Phystech School of Applied Mathematics and Informatics

Education
Sc.D. in physics and mathematics, associate professor

  • 1998: Graduated with distinction from the Department of Mechanics and Mathematics of Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU)

  • 2001: Completed doctoral studies at the Numbers Theory Department of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, MSU

  • 2001: Earned a Ph.D. for research on combinatorial geometric properties of point sets

  • 2004: Received a higher doctorate degree (Sc.D.) in discrete mathematics and mathematical cybernetics for research on problems of Borsuk, Nelson-Erdesh-Hadwiger and Gryunbaum in combinatorial geometry


Professional experience
  • 2001: Employed as Assistant at the Department of Mathematical Statistics and Theory of Random Processes of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, MSU

  • 2005: Associate Professor at the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, MSU

  • 2007: Professor at the Department of Innovation and High Technology of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT)

  • 2007: Joined Yandex, a major Russian tech company, and created the laboratory of combinatorial and probabilistic methods, where he heads the Department of Theoretical and Applied Research

  • 2011: Appointed Head of the Department (Section) of Discrete Mathematics at MIPT’s Department of Innovation and High Technologies

  • 2011: Professor at the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, MSU

  • 2016: Head of the Laboratory of Advanced Combinatorics and Network Applications at MIPT

  • 2016: Federal Professor of mathematics


  • Academic courses

    Andrey Raigorodskiy lectures at MIPT’s Department of Innovation and High Technology (Fundamentals of Combinatorics and Number Theory, Discrete Analysis), the Department of Management and Applied Mathematics (Combinatorics), the Department of Biological and Medical Physics (Probability Theory), MIPT’s Advanced Combinatorics online master’s program (Combinatorics and Graph Theory, Probability Theory, Random Graphs, Hypergraph Theory, Webgraphs). His lectures are also available on Coursera and the National Platform of Open Education (Combinatorics, Advanced Combinatorics, Graphs, Random Graphs, Webgraphs).

    Andrey gives lectures at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Yandex School of Data Analysis and under the joint bachelor’s degree program of the Higher School of Economics (HSE) and the New Economics School (NES).

    In addition, he reaches out to school children with lectures at events like the Contemporary Mathematics School, the Summer Multidisciplinary School of Combinatorics and Algorithms and the summer conferences of the Tournament of Towns, among others.


    Publications

    About 130 of Andrey’s articles have been published by leading mathematical journals. He is the author of 20 books and brochures including “Chromatic Numbers,” “The Borsuk Problem,” “Dantser-Gruynbaum Triangles with Acute Angles,” “Probability and Algebra in Combinatorics,” “Linear-algebraic Method in Combinatorics,” “Systems of General Representatives in Combinatorics and Their Applications in Geometry,” “Combinatorics” (co-authored by A. V. Savvateev and I. D. Shkredov), “Extremal Problems in Graph Theory and Their Applications in Data Analysis,” “Random Graph Models,” “Kneser’s Hypothesis and the Topological Method in Combinatorics,” “Combinatorics and Probability Theory” (a study guide for the School of Data Analysis), etc.


    Awards and achievements

  • In 2005, Andrey Raigorodskiy received the Prize of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

  • In 2011, he was awarded the Russian President’s Prize in science and innovation for young scientists.


Academic Interests
  • Graph and hypergraph theory

  • Extremal and algorithmic problems of combinatorics

  • Probability theory and mathematical statistics

  • Probabilistic methods in discrete mathematics

  • Various problems of combinatorial geometry and algebraic topology

  • Applications of combinatorial methods to internet data analysis

  • Complex networks and applications in web analysis, social networks, banking networks, biological networks, etc.

Valeriy Kiselyov

Director of Phystech School of Fundamental and Applied Physics

Education
  • Sc.D. in physics and mathematics, associate professor

    1980: Graduated from Mathematical School 33 in Yaroslavl

  • 1986: Graduated with distinction from the Department of General and Applied Physics of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) with a major in experimental nuclear physics (Section of High Energy Physics)

  • 1986-1989: Doctoral student at High Energy Physics Institute, earned a Ph.D. in physics and mathematics (1991) for research focusing on theoretical and mathematical physics and heavy quark physics (supervised by Prof. Likhoded)

  • 2000: Received a higher doctorate (Sc.D.) in physics and mathematics for academic work in the field of theoretical physics and mathematics and heavy quark physics

  • 2005: Associate professor in theoretical physics, lecturer and instructor in academic courses in field theory and quantum mechanics

Professional experience
Dean of the Department of General and Applied Physics, associate professor at the Department (Section) of Theoretical Physics

  • Valeriy Kiselev works at the Theoretical Physics Department of the High Energy Physics Institute, which he joined as junior research scientist during his pre-graduation internship, eventually promoted to chief research scientist.

  • He has participated in projects of international collaborations, viz., DESY (Hamburg), CERN (Geneva), the Quarkonium Working Group and the FNAL (Chicago) group for integration of research programs in hadron physics and b-quarks. In 2003, he joined the teaching staff of the Department (Section) of Theoretical Physics at MIPT.

    Academic courses

    Theoretical physics


    Publications

    Course books and study guides:

    1.    “Quantum Mechanics. A course of lectures.” Kiselev V. V., Moscow Center for Continuous mathematical education (MCCME), Moscow 2009 (560 pages)

    2.    “Classical electrodynamics. Seminars for the course in field theory.” Kiselev V. V., High Energy Physics Institute, Protvino 2004 (190 pages)

    3.    “Relativistic dynamics and field theory. A course of lectures.” Kiselev V. V., 2013 (133 pages)

    4.    “Nonrelativistic mechanics of particles and fields: Vector analysis and symmetries” (special course). Kiselev V. V., 2015 (110 pages)

    Collaborative collections of research programs:

    1.    “Heavy quarkonium physics.” Quarkonium Working Group Collaboration (N. Brambilla et al.), FERMILAB-FN-0779, CERN-2005-005 e-Print: hep-ph/0412158

    2.    “B physics at the Tevatron: Run II and beyond.” K. Anikeev et al., SLAC-REPRINT-2001-056, FERMILAB-PUB-01-197 e-Print: hep-ph/0201071

    Highly cited publications:

    1.    “Bc spectroscopy.” S. S. Gershtein, V. V. Kiselev, A. K. Likhoded, A. V. Tkabladze, Phys. Rev. D51 (1995) 3613-3627

    2.    “Bc decays and lifetime in QCD sum rules.” V. V. Kiselev, A. E. Kovalsky, A. K. Likhoded, Nucl. Phys. B585 (2000) 353-382

    3.    “Physics of Bc mesons.” S. S. Gershtein, V. V. Kiselev, A. K. Likhoded, A. V. Tkabladze, Phys. Usp. 38 (1995) 1-37, Usp. Fiz. Nauk 165 (1995) 3-40

    4.    “Baryons with two heavy quarks.” V. V. Kiselev, A. K. Likhoded, Phys. Usp. 45 (2002) 455-506, Usp. Fiz. Nauk 172 (2002) 497-550

    5.    “Double charmed baryon production at B factory.” V. V. Kiselev, A. K. Likhoded, M. V. Shevlyagin, Phys. Lett. B332 (1994) 411-414

    6.    “Vector field as a quintessence partner.” V. V. Kiselev, Class. Quant. Grav. 21 (2004) 3323-3336

    7.    “Quintessence and black holes.” V. V. Kiselev, Class. Quant. Grav. 20 (2003) 1187-1198


Academic Interests
  • Heavy quark physics: spectroscopy, decays, generation processes, sum rules in quantum chromodynamics

  • Cosmology and gravitation: inflation, cosmological constant, vector field in the evolution of the Universe, black holes, quintessence, modified gravitation

Victor Ivanov

Director of Phystech School of Electronics, Photonics and Molecular Physics

Education
Sc.D. in physics and mathematics, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  • 1980: Graduated from MIPT’s Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

  • 1983: Earned a Ph.D. in physics and mathematics

  • 1999: Received a higher doctorate (Sc.D.) in physics and mathematics

  • 2001: Professor at the Electrophysics Department of the Ural State Technical University

  • 2008: Became a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences — academic focus on nanotechnology


Professional experience
  • 1983: Employed as junior research scientist at the Institute of Physics and Technology of RAS in Izhevsk, eventually promoted to Head of Laboratory

  • 1987: Invited to work at the Institute of Physics and Electronics of the Ural Division of RAS in Sverdlovsk (before 1991, Yekaterinburg) where he managed the Laboratory of Applied Electrodynamics in Powder Nanotechnology

  • 2002: Appointed Deputy Research Director at the Institute of Electrophysics of RAS, involved in research as well as managerial work

  • 2008: Director of Certification Center at Rosnanotech state corporation

  • 2010: CEO, Metrology Center at ROSNANO group

  • 2013: Dean of Electron Physics and Quantum Electronics Department at MIPT

    Awards and achievements

    Viktor Ivanov authored more than 160 research papers and 17 patents embracing his varied academic interests and serving as a testimony of his scientific achievement


Academic Interests
  • Generation of strong pulsed magnet fields for a range of technological applications, including powder nanotechnology

  • Synthesis technologies for new functional nanoscale ceramic and composite materials with significantly improved characteristics for applications in luminescent and laser light sources, solid oxide fuel elements as well as other functional uses

  • Physicochemistry of nanoscale objects

  • Nanomaterials diagnostics and metrology

Vitaly Bagan

Development director

Education
Graduated from MIPT, received a Ph.D. in physics and mathematics
Professional experience

2007-2009: Engineer at the V. A. Kotelnikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, RAS

2009-2013: Member of teaching staff at MIPT, junior research scientist, eventually Head of Department of Radioelectronics and Applied Informatics

2014-2017: Head of Analytics Department, Head of Strategic Development Division, MIPT

April 28, 2017: Appointed Development Director at MIPT

Awards and achievements

Recipient of the Innovations Promotion Fund Grant (aka Umnik), prize winner of the international Rosnanoforum competition for young scientists (2009)


Academic Interests
Contacts
Phone +7(495)408-63-36, internal ext. 61-47
Email bagan.va@mipt.ru

Evgeniy Evseev

Director of internal control and audit

Education

1974-1980: Studied at the Department of Management and Applied Mathematics, MIPT

1980-1983: Doctoral student at MIPT

1983: Earned a Ph.D. in physics and mathematics; Associate professor since 1992

Professional experience

1977-1979: Senior technician, engineer at the State Research Center for the Study of Natural Resources

1977-1979: Laboratory assistant (commercial contracts) at MIPT

1979-1981: Engineer at the Aerology Department at the Central Aerological Observatory

1980-1981: Laboratory assistant (commercial contracts) and junior research scientist at MIPT

1983-1984: Software engineer at the Advanced Mathematics Department, MIPT

1984-1990: Lecturer and senior lecturer at the Descriptive Geometry Department

1990-2005: Associate professor at the Descriptive Geometry Department and Computational Mechanics Department

2005-2008: Head of Center for Further Vocational Training at MIPT

2008-2011: Head of Economics and Planning Department

2011-2012: Vice Rector for Academic and Economic Affairs

2012-2015: Vice Rector for Economic Affairs

2015-2016: Vice Rector for Academic and General Affairs

2016: Appointed Vice Rector for General Affairs and Administration

Academic Interests
Contacts
Phone +7(495)576-41-77, internal ext. 62-98, +7(905)724-17-49
Email evseev.eg@mipt.ru

Dmitry Zubtsov

Director of analytics

Education

2003: Earned a bachelor’s degree from the Department of Biological and Medical Physics, MIPT

2005: Received a master’s degree from the Department of Biological and Medical Physics, MIPT

2008: Completed doctoral studies at the Department of Biological and Medical Physics, MIPT

Nov. 13, 2008: Earned a Ph.D. from the Institute of Molecular Biology of the Russian Academy of Sciences for work on the kinetics of antigen-antibody complex formation on microchips

Professional experience

2005-2011: Assistant at the Department of Molecular Physics, MIPT

2009-2012: Deputy Head of the Department of Molecular Physics, MIPT

2009: Research scientist at the Laboratory of Sequencing and Mathematical Modeling of Transcriptome

2011: Associate Professor at the Department of Molecular Physics, MIPT

Since 2012: Vice Rector for Academic Affairs (bachelor’s programs), MIPT

2014-2017: Vice Rector for Academic Affairs and Methodology, MIPT

May 15, 2015: Appointed Director of Analytics at MIPT

Research projects and grants

Government Research Contract No. 16.512.11.2041 of Feb. 18, 2011 awarded for the “development of a method of identification of cancer cells in the bloodstream of cancer patients.”

Contract (Agreement) No. 12-04-01241/12 between the Federal state budgetary entity “Russian Fund of Fundamental Research” where the project is implemented and the head of the research project concerning the provision of the grant for the realization of the research project “Research into the features of expression of tumor-specific genes in circulating tumor cells.”


Second language skills:

English


Academic courses

Chemical physics

Physical research methods


Academic Interests
Molecular biology, biophysics, bioinformatics
Contacts
Phone ext. 67-00, +7(495)408-40-66, ext. 69-27 (assistant)
Email zubtsov.da@mipt.ru

Yuri Skalko

Academic secretary

Education
Ph.D. in physics and mathematics

Anastasia Grachikova

Media Relations

Contacts
Email grachikova@phystech.edu

Andre Geim

Born 21 October 1958

Graduate of the DGAP, 1982

Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene

Education
Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Manchester University
Professional experience
Honorary Doctor of Delft Technical University, Swiss Higher Technical School of Zurich and Antwerp University. He has the title of Professor Langworthy of Manchester University (among those awarded this title were Ernest Rutherford, Laurence Bragg and Patrick Blackett). December 31, 2011 by the decree of Queen Elizabeth II for his services to science he was awarded the title of a knight-bachelor with the official right to add to his name the title "sir".
Academic Interests
Among the achievements of Geim, one can note the creation of a biomimetic adhesive (glue), later known as gecko tape. Also known is the experiment with diamagnetic levitation, including the famous "flying frog," for which Geim, along with the famous mathematician and theoretician Sir Michael Berry of the University of Bristol, received in 2000 the Shnobel Prize. In 2004, Andrey Geim, together with his student Konstantin Novosyolov, invented a technology for the production of graphene, a new material that is a monatomic carbon layer. As it turned out in the course of further experiments, graphene possesses a number of unique properties: it has increased strength, conducts electricity as well as copper, surpasses all known materials for thermal conductivity, is transparent to light, but dense enough not to miss even helium molecules - the smallest of the existing molecules. All this makes it a promising material for a number of applications, in particular the creation of touch screens, light panels and, possibly, solar panels.

Konstantin Novoselov

Born 23 August 1974

Graduate of the DPQE, 1997

Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene

Education
University of Nijmegen, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

Novoselov has published more than 200 peer-reviewed research papers on several topics including mesoscopic superconductivity (Hall magnetometry), subatomic movements of magnetic domain walls, the discovery of gecko tape and graphene.

Kostya Novoselov participated in the Graphene Flagship project – a €1 billion initiative of the European Commission – and was featured in the official promotion movie of the project.

Novoselov is one of Directors of the National Graphene Institute.

Novoselov is also a recipient of a starting grant from the European Research Council.

Kostya Novoselov made it into a shortlist of scientists with multiple hot papers for the years 2007–2008 (shared second place with 13 hot papers) and 2009 (5th place with 12 hot papers).

In 2014 Kostya Novoselov was included in the list of the most highly cited researchers. He was also named among the 17 hottest researchers world-wide—"individuals who have published the greatest number of hot papers during 2012–2013".

Academic Interests
The main scientific achievements of Konstantin Novosyolov belong to the field of mesoscopic physics and nanotechnology. In 2004, together with its leader, Andrei Geim, discovered a new allotropic modification of carbon - graphene, which is a single layer of carbon atoms. Konstantin Novosyolov headed a team of scientists who developed the concept of the National Institute of Graphene in Manchester and subsequently oversaw his design, erection and discovery. Novoselov proposed several unique architectural and technical solutions. In particular, the cover of the National Institute of Graphene depicts the formulas from the early works of Novoselov and Geim.

Alexander Polyakov

Born 27 September 1945

Graduate of the DGAP, 1967

Fundamental Physics Prize for numerous discoveries in the theory of fields and string theory, including the discovery of magnetic monopoles, solitons

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

A Soviet and American theoretical physicist who originally worked at the Kurchatov Institute of Theoretical Physics. Landau in Chernogolovka, and since 1989 - at Princeton University. Corresponding Member of RAS (1984).

Academic Interests

Known for a number of fundamental contributions to quantum field theory, including work on the Hooft-Polyakov monopole in the Yang-Mills theory. Regardless of Gerard 't Hooft, Polyakov realized the applicability of topological ideas in field theory through the discovery of monopole and instanton solutions in the Yang-Mills theory. He was one of the first to reveal the significance of scale invariance in quantum field theory, especially in connection with the theory of critical phenomena.

His reformulation of string theory in terms of the covariant path integral, the classification of two-dimensional conformal field theories in the article "Infinite conformal symmetry in two-dimensional quantum field theory" jointly with AA Belavin and AB Zamolodchikov, published in 1984, became the classics of the theoretical physics. In 2011 they received a joint award from Lars Onsager.

Alexei Kitaev

Born 26 August 1963

A Russian-American professor of physics at the California Institute of Technology and permanent member of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, The Dirac Medal for research in the quantum theory of information

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

A Russian and American physicist. Professor of California Institute of Technology, a member of the International Advisory Council of the Russian Quantum Center. Specialist in the field of quantum physics. Candidate of physical and mathematical sciences.

In 1989-1998 he worked as a senior researcher at the Institute of Theoretical Physics. LD Landau of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 1999-2001 he worked as a researcher in Microsoft Research. Since 2002 - Professor of California Institute of Technology.

Academic Interests
While working at the Institute of Theoretical Physics. LD Landau of the Russian Academy of Sciences proposed and developed a number of ideas for quantum computations: an algorithm for estimating the quantum phase and the concept of a topological quantum computer in 1997. For these studies, he received the McArthur Scholarship (2008). He also proposed a QMA complexity class and showed that some local Hamiltonian problems are QMA-complete. In 2012 he received the Prize in Fundamental Physics.

Nelli Habibullina

Sergey Avtaykin

The Head of Laboratory, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of the Department of Aerophysics and Space Research MIPT

Alexander Andreev

Theoretical physicist, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Andrei Vorobyov

Born 02 February 1935

Governor of the Moscow Region

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

Malcolm Grant

Chairman of NHS England

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

Mikhail Kovalchuk

Born 23 January 1946

President of the National Research Centre Kurchatov Institute

Education
1968 - graduated from MIPT, Department of Aerophysics and Space Research.
Professional experience
1971 - 1986 - worked at the Institute of Chemical Physics in Chernogolovka;
1982 - Ph.D in Chemical Physics (including Physics of Combustion and Explosion);
1986-1992 - Division Head at the Joint Institute for High Temperature (JIHT), Head of Laboratory at the Institute of Chemical Physics;
1987 - Corresponding member at the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Subdivision of Physics and Technology in Energetics;
1991 - Full member at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Subdivision of Physics, Energetics and Electronic Engineering;
1992-2007 - Director at the Institute of Thermal Physics in Extreme States, JIHT;
1993-1997 - Board Chairman at the Russian Foundation for Basic Research;
1996-2001 - Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
August 1996 Was elected as chair of the State Committee of Science and Technology, later as a minister of science and technology.
Until March 1997 he served as Deputy Chairman of the Government of Russian Federation and resigned in March 1998;
2007 - present - Director of the Joint Institute for High Temperature RAS, Head of MIPT’s Subdepartment of Physics of High Temperatures, Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics;
2002-2013 - Scientific Secretary of RAS Division of Energetics, Engineering, Mechanics and Management;
2010 - present - Member of Scientific Advisory Council at the Skolkovo Foundation;
2011 - present - Member of Supervisory Board at the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov;
May 29, 2013 - elected as President of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Academic Interests
1971 - Ph.D, thesis “Thermal Physics of Plasma in Nuclear Rocket Engines”;
1976 - Sc.D, thesis “Dynamic Methods of Collisional Plasma”.
Fortov’s scientific research was dedicated to extreme states of matter and physics of shock waves in dense plasma. He pioneered the study of dynamic physics of collisional plasma, laid groundwork for the research of high density energy physics at Angara-5-1 experimental complex, and participated in the international Space project VEGA. Fortov conducted a series of experiments on quasicrystal lattices in plasma, including the space Plasma Crystal Experiment, that started at MIR in 1998 and later continued at the International Space Station.
Academic and tutor at MIPT (over 11 doctorate and 30 master’s theses under his supervision successfully defended). Editor-in-chief at the High Temperature journal, editorial board member at the Physics-Uspekhi (Advances in Physical Sciences) journal, editor of Encyclopedia of Low-Temperature Plasma, Editor-in-chief at V Mire Nauki (Russian edition of Scientific American), Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences journals.
Publications

2015, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

2012, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

2011, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT (1.316)

2011, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

2010, JOURNAL OF PLASMA PHYSICS (0.739)

2010, NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS (3.671)

2006, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS A-MATHEMATICAL AND GENERAL (1.577)

2004, HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIAL PROCESSES (0.058)

2003, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

2003, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

2001, CONTRIBUTIONS TO PLASMA PHYSICS (0.983)

2000, JOURNAL DE PHYSIQUE IV (0.351)

1999, IZVESTIYA AKADEMII NAUK SERIYA FIZICHESKAYA

Study of non-congruent phase equilibrium in high-temperature chemically reacting nonideal plasma

1999, CONTRIBUTIONS TO PLASMA PHYSICS (0.983)

1998, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT (1.316)

1998, IZVESTIYA AKADEMII NAUK FIZIKA ATMOSFERY I OKEANA (0.187)

Evolution of planetary atmospheric disturbances induced by the fall of large celestial bodies

1998, PHYSICAL REVIEW E (2.352)

1998, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Vladislav Surkov

Born 21 September 1964

Russian politician, author of the concept of sovereign democracy. Aide to the President of Russian Federation

Education
MD Economics at Moscow International Institute.
Certified by The Russian Public Relations Association (RASO).
Professional experience
1999-2008 - Deputy Chief of the Russian Presidential Administration;
2008-2011 - First Deputy Chief of the Russian Presidential Administration;
2011-2012 - Deputy Prime Minister of Russian Federation;
2012-2013 - Deputy Prime Minister of Russian Federation — Deputy Chief of the Russian Government Staff;
2013 - present - Aide to the President of Russian Federation.
Academic Interests

Denis Manturov

Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation

Sergei Guz

Born 29 October 1955

A.P., Head of MIPT’s Subdepartment of Mathematical Foundation for Management, Department of Applied Mathematics and Management

Education
1978 - graduated from MIPT;
1981 - received Ph.D at MIP.
Professional experience
1998 - Board Chairman at LIT-PHONON Group;
2003 - Board Chairman at the MIPT Alumni Association;
2008 - Deputy at Bogorodskoye Municipal Council, Moscow;
2009-2010 - Head of Bogorodskoye Municipal Council, a.i.;
2012-2017 - Member of Municipal Finance Committee.
Academic Interests
Ph.D in Physics and Mathematics.

Konstantin Novoselov

Langworthy Professor in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manchester.
Nobel laureate in Physics

Andrei Ivashenko

Born 29 October 1967

Board Chairman and Director at ChemRar High-Tech Center. Business Development Adviser, Vice-President Sales and Marketing

Education
1990 - graduated from MIPT, Department of Radio Engineering and Cybernetics;
1993 - completed postgraduate studies at MIPT;
1994 - MBA at University of London, Singapore subdivision;
2004 - Ph.D in Engineering, MIPT;
2008 - Sc.D in Engineering.

Alexander Povalko

Born 16 May 1970

Deputy Minister for Science and Education of Russian Federation

Education
1992 - graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute with a degree in Radio Engineering;
1996 - graduated from the Maimonid State Classical Academy with a degree in Applied Mathematics.
Professional experience
1994-2007 - Senior Evaluation Adviser, Project Director, Business Development Director at PAKK company;
2007-2008 - Director of the Strategy Planning Department at ZAO Renova StroyGroup;
2008-2012 - Deputy Head of the State Committee of Russian Federation for Youth Affairs, Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs;
2009 - Organizing Committee member of all-Russian youth competition, aimed at socio-economic development of Russian territories “My country - My Russia”;
June 18, 2012 - present - Deputy Minister for Science and Education of Russian Federation.
Academic Interests

Grigory Trubnikov

Born 18 March 1981

Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation

Ludmila Ogorodova

Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation

Sergey Krechetov

Born 01 January 2017

Head of Drug Dosage Form Design Lab, PhD of Medical Sciences, lecturer of MIPT «Innovative pharmaceuticals and biotechnology».

Education
1975-1981 - Russian State Medical University, Moscow, Russia. Bio-Medical Faculty, Division of Biophysics. Higher special education, specialization - biophysics 1989-1990 - Russian Medical Military Academy, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Chair of Toxicology, Radiology and Medical Protection. Ph.D. Candidate in medical science (Russian “Candidate of Science” degree), specialization - toxicology. 2003-2006 - Mechanical Engineering Research Institute RAS, Moscow, Russia. Investigations of Biomechanical Systems Laboratory. Postdoctoral researcher (candidate for the Russian “Doctor of Science” degree), specialization - biomechanics.
Professional experience
Carrying out toxicological investigations in vivo and in vitro, determination of toxicometric parameters of substances. Biological specimens preparation (homogenization, preparative centrifugation), measurements of biochemical and biophysical parameters of specimens (spectral, chromatographic, radionuclide and others methods). Preparation of different types emulsions and other dispersed systems, containing biologically active substances. Various kinds of light microscopy in combination with single living cell micromanipulation.
Academic Interests
Over 30 years of experimental work in fundamental and applied medico-biological researches of biologically active substances (toxicology, pharmacology, cosmetics). Significant experience in scientific and technical report writing, scientific articles’ publication, presentations of the research findings and results at scientific and trade conferences. Experience in development of new cosmetic and pharmacological products and new brands’ concepts on the basis of investigations of biologically active substances’ mechanisms of actions and its delivery systems. More than 130 publications, including 6 patents. Devoted to researches and creative work; proven superior ability to achieve long-term goals; prefer compromised solution.
Publications

2016, Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal

Formulation Development and Study of Prolonged Release from Amben Peroral Preparations Based on Hydrophobic Matrices

2014

The aspects of the development of the pharmacetical drugs with the modified release

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-42-00
Email ksp@pharmcluster.ru

Dmitry Svintsov

Head of laboratory, senior researcher

Education
2011 — MIPT graduate
2012 — PhD (IPT RAS) in physics and mathematics, thesis "Kinetic phenomena in structures based on graphene and its modifications"
Professional experience
Senior researcher and head of the laboratory. 
Academic Interests
Graphene, plasmonics, semiconductor devices

Main publications
2017
V. Enaldiev, A. Bylinkin, D. Svintsov “Plasmon-assisted resonant tunneling in graphene-based heterostructures”, Physical Review B 96,  p.12543 (2017)
A. Petrov, D. Svintsov, V. Ryzhii, M. Shur "Amplified-reflection plasmon instabilities in grating-gate plasmonic crystals", Physical Review B 95, 045405 (2017)
V.Ryzhii, M.Ryzhii, D.Svintsov, V.Leiman, V.Mitin, M.S.Shur, T.Otsuji "Infrared photodetectors based on graphene van der Waals heterostructures", Infrared Physics and Technology 84, p. 72-81 (2017)

2016
A.A. Dubinov, A. Bylinkin, V.Ya. Aleshkin, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji, and D. Svintsov “Ultra-compactinjection terahertz laser using the resonant inter-layer radiative transitionsin multi-graphene-layer structure” Optics Express 24, pp. 29603-29612 (2016)
D. Svintsov, Zh. Devizorova, T. Otsuji, V. Ryzhii “Plasmons in tunnel-coupled graphene layers: backward waves with quantum cascade gain”, Phys. Rev. B 94, p. 115301 (2016). G. Alymov, V. Vyurkov, V.Ryzhii, D. Svintsov “Abrupt current switching in graphene bilayer tunnel transistors enabled by van Hove singularities”, Scientific Reports 6, p. 24654 (2016)

2015 
V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji, M. Ryzhii, V.Ya. Aleshkin, A.A. Dubinov, D. Svintsov, V. Mitin, M.S. Shur “Graphene vertical cascade interband terahertz and infrared photodetectors”, 2D Materials 2, 025002 (2015)
D. Svintsov, T. Otsuji, V. Mitin, M.S. Shur, V. Ryzhii “Negative terahertz conductivity in disordered graphene bilayers with population inversion”, Applied Physics Letters 106 p. 113501 (2015)
D. Svintsov, A. Arsenin, D.Yu. Fedyanin “Full loss compensation in hybrid plasmonic waveguides under electrical pumping” Optics Express 23, Iss. 15, p. 19358 (2015) 

2014 
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, A. Orlikovsky, V. Ryzhii and T. Otsuji “All-graphene field-effect transistor based on lateral tunnelling”, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 47, p. 094002 (2014)
D. Svintsov, V. Ryzhii, A. Satou, T. Otsuji, V. Vyurkov “Carrier-carrier scattering and negative dynamic conductivity in pumped graphene”, Optics Express 22, Issue 17, pp. 19873-19886 (2014)
D. Svintsov, V. Leiman, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji, M. Shur “Graphene nanoelectromechanical resonators for detection of modulated terahertz radiation”,Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 47, p. 505105 (2014)
D. Svintsov, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji “Negative dynamic Drude conductivity in pumped graphene”, Applied Physics Express 7, p. 115101(2014)
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, S. Yurchenko, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji “Terahertz and infrared surface plasmon-polaritons in double-graphene layer structures”, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 486, 012023 (2014) 

2013
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji “Voltage-controlled surface plasmon-polaritons in double graphene layer structures”, Journal of Applied Physics 113, p. 053701 (2013)
V. Ryzhii, I. Semenikhin, M. Ryzhii, D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, A. Satou, and T. Otsuji “Double injection in graphene p-i-n structures”, Journal of Applied Physics113, p. 244505 (2013)
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, V. Lukichev, A. Orlikovsky, A. Burenkov, R. Oechsner “Tunnel Field-Effect Transistors with Graphene Channels”, Semiconductors 47, p. 279 (2013)
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji “Hydrodynamic electron transport and nonlinear waves in graphene”, Physical Review B 88, p. 245444 (2013)  

2012 
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, S. Yurchenko, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji "Hydrodynamic model for electron-hole plasma in graphene", Journal of Applied Physics 111, p. 083715 (2012)  

2011 
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji "Effect of "Mexican Hat" on Graphene Bilayer Field-Effect Transistor Characteristics", Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 50, Iss. 7, p. 070112 (2011)
Contacts
Email svintcov.da@mipt.ru

Vladimir Leiman

Deputy head of laboratory, chief researcher

Education

ScD in physics and mathematics

Viktor Ryzhii

Сhief researcher, scientific adviser

Education

1987 — corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)

1976 — higher doctorate (ScD) in physics and mathematics

1967 — MIPT graduate

1970 — PhD in physics and mathematics

1970-1979 — assistant, associate professor at MIPT

1979-1986 — head of department at the Research Institute of Physical Problems of the Soviet Ministry of the Electronics Industry

1986-1988 — senior researcher, head of laboratory at the Institute of General Physics of the Soviet Academy of Sciences

1988-1993 — deputy director of science at the Institute of Physics and Technology of the Soviet Academy of Sciences

1993-1996 — scientific adviser at the Microel Research Center

1996-2012 — professor at the University of Aizu (Japan)

2012-present — visiting professor at the Tohoku University (Japan)

2013-2014 — head of laboratory at the Institute of Ultra-High Frequency Semiconductor Electronics, RAS

2014-present — chief researcher at the Institute of Ultra-High Frequency Semiconductor Electronics, RAS

2016-present — chief researcher at MIPT

ISI Web of Science: 432 search results, over 5,700 citations, highest number of citations — 269, h-index — 40

Artem Zhmurov

Head of Computer and mathematical modelling of biological systems Lab

Education
2014 — PhD in Chemistry, Biochemistry Option, University of Massachusetts at Lowell (advisers: Valeri Barsegov and Kenneth Marx) [Thesis] 2012 — PhD in Mathematics and Physics (к.ф.-м.н.), Moscow Institute of Physics and Technolody (advisers: Yaroslav Kholodov and Valeri Barsegov) [In Russian: Диссертация, Автореферат] 2006 — M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Physics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technolody (adviser: Alexey Evdokimov) 2004 — B.S. in Applied Mathematics and Physics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technolody (adviser: Andrey Galkin)
Contacts
Phone +7 926 793 0460
Email zhmurov@gmail.com

Philipp Orekhov

Deputy Head of the Laboratory,
Senior Researcher

Contacts
Phone +7 968 463 3964
Email ps.orekhov@gmail.com