Address: 34 Tallinskaya Ulitsa
Phone: +7 (88) *
School Head — Boris Lvov
Deputy School Head — Vladimir Vetrov
Academic Supervisor — Maxim Kagan
The School of Electronic Engineering was created in 2015. Our research activity focuses on finding most effective engineering solutions in the field of electronics and nanoelectronics, condensed matter physics, information and communication devices and communication systems, intelligent control of technical systems. We implement the following educational programmes: ‘Infocommunication technologies and communication systems’ (BA), Electronic Engineering (MA) and ‘Applied Physics’ (MA).
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The School of Electronic Engineering was founded in 2015 after departments of the MIEM Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunication were merged with the Department of Physics and Department of Physical Chemistry and Ecology. The merger was based on these departments’ close subject areas and similar applied research methods aimed at finding the most effective engineering solutions in electronics and nanoelectronics, condensed matter physics, ICT devices and systems, and intelligent control of technology systems.
The School’s head is Professor Boris Lvov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, winner of the State USSR Award in Science and Technology, and winner of the Russian President’s Award in Education. A solid team of instructors works at the School, including 75 professors and associate professors, two winners of the State USSR Award in Science and Technology, three winners of the Russian President’s Award in Education, six winners of the Russian Government Award in Education, and nine winners of the Russian Government Award in Science and Technology.
The School includes ten teaching laboratories and five joint departments:
The School operates in the new HSE MIEM building with cutting-edge infrastructure, including a modern data processing centre, a local computer network with at least 1 Gbps capacity, computer classes equipped with high-performance computers with licensed software, 100% free WiFi coverage, and classes with modern projection, multimedia and video conference equipment.
The School has a long history of close cooperation with leading companies and organizations of Rostec Corporation, Roscosmos, and Rosatom, as well as with research institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences.