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Regular version of the site
Book
Transport Systems of Russian Cities. Ongoing Transformations

Blinkin M. Y., Koncheva E., Kulakov A. et al.

Cham: Springer International Publishing AG, 2016.

Article
Measurements of the temperature of the walls of composite pipes during thermal processing in travelling - wave microwave systems

Nefedov V. N., Mamontov A. V., Simonov V. P.

Measurement Techniques. 2016. Vol. 59. No. 8. P. 856-860.

Book chapter
Modeling of beam-plasma devices slow-wave structures and analysis of their dispersion characteristics

Presnyakov S., Kasatkin A., Kravchenko N. et al.

In bk.: 2016 IEEE Conference on Quality Management, Transport and Information Security, Information Technologies (IT&MQ&IS). Proceedings. M.: 2016. P. 71-75.

Working paper
Plane trees, Shabat-Zapponi polynomials and Julia sets

Kochetkov Y.

arxiv.org. math. Cornell University, 2016. No. 1608.08866.

About the HSE Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics

The Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM) was included in the structure of HSE on December 30, 2011 as a subdivision specializing in educating highly qualified engineers and scientists.

MIEM’s mission is to gain fundamental knowledge and develop applied technologies in the electronics, engineering and aerospace industries.

Since its founding in 1962, MIEM has been one of the leading Russian technical universities conducting top-level research in applied mathematics, physics, electronics, IT and robotics. Today, MIEM is training specialists to work in high-tech industry by providing a full-cycle higher education through its undergraduate, Master’s and doctoral programmes. Project-oriented educational programmes provide our students the opportunity to integrate into professional teams at MIEM’s partner organizations, which include the largest scientific and industry corporations, institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) and IT-companies: S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia, Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Centre, Lavochkin Research and Production Association, Vega Radio Engineering Corporation, Gazprom Space Systems, All-Russian Research Institute for Optical and Physical Measurements Federal State Unitary Enterprise (VNIIOFI), Kapitza Institute for Physical Problems RAS, RAS Computing Centre, RAS Institute of Space Research, Centre for Scientific Research in Chernogolovka, JSC ЕС-leasing, I-Teco Company, and InterTrust Company, among others.  Authorized centres of leading software companies such as IBM, Mentor Graphics, Autodesk, Motorola, QNAP and ZyXel are based at the Institute.

MIEM is organized into three schools (School of Applied Mathematics, School of Computer Engineering, School of Electronic Engineering), seven Joint Departments and four research laboratories. It has approximately 200 faculty members and more than 1,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Faculty members include nine Academicans and Corresponding Members of the Russian Academy of Sciences and 46 Russian State Prize Laureates.

MIEM offers undergraduate programmes in:

  • Computer Science and Engineering,
  • Applied Mathematics,
  • Cybersecurity,
  • Infocommunication Technologies and Communication Systems.


It also has seven Master’s programmes in four research areas:

  • Applied Mathematics (Management Systems and Information Processing in Engineering, Information Protection in Computer Systems and Networks);
  • Applied Mathematics and Informatics (Mathematical Methods of Modelling and Computer Technologies);
  • Information Science and Computing Technology (Computer Systems and Networks);
  • Electronics and Nanoelectronics (Electronic Engineering, Measuring Technologies of Nanoindustry, Applied Physics).

Current research and education areas include mathematical and computer simulation, control systems and information processing, cybersecurity and cryptology, computational systems and networks, 3D-visualization and computer graphics technologies, intelligent control systems and robotics, Big Data, electronics and nanoelectronics, condensed matter physics, information and communication devices and communication systems.