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PROGRAM

OF INCREASING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF


MOSCOW INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS AND
TECHNOLOGY
N.N. Kudryavtsev
MIPT Rector

Competition for the provision of government support to


the leading universities with the goal of increasing their
competitiveness among the world's leading research and
education centers

Moscow
5 July 2013
MIPT History Overview
Eight Nobel Prize laureates have worked as MIPT
MIPT was created in 1951 on the base of the physics and
professors:
technology faculty of the Moscow State University (1946-1951).
P. Kapitsa, L. Landau, N. Semenov, A. Sakharov,
I. Tamm, A. Prokhorov, V. Ginzburg, A. Abrikosov
During its 60-year history, over 30,000 students graduated
from MIPT. Among these:
- Over 17,000 graduates received the Candidate of Sciences degree
- Over 6,000 graduates received the Doctor of Sciences degree
- Over 150 graduates became academicians and corresponding members of the
RAS

Nobel Prize laureates in physics for the year 2010


A. Geim and K. Novoselov are the only example of
acknowledgment of the modern Russian education
system on the highest international level in the
country.
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MIPT Structure &PHYSTECH SYSTEM:
competitive advantages and challenges
MIPT Network Structure Phystech System Special Features
(126 special departments in basic 1. Selection system for gifted schoolchildren
organizations) 2. Intensive teaching of fundamental basics of natural sciences in
Industry
the Bachelors Degree program with the direct participation of
(57 special departments in basic the countrys leading scientists
organizations ) 3. Accelerated involvement of students starting with the third
RAS Institutes year of study in real R&D through the system of special
(55 special departments
in basic organizations) departments in basic organizations

Characteristics of a World-Class University


Work Results Success factors
High-technology business 1. In-demand graduates 1. Concentration of talented students
(14 special departments in basic organizations) and teachers
2. Leading fundamental research 2. Favorable management system

3. Successful technology transfer 3. Concentration of resources in key


directions

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Mission and Strategic Goal

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Global rankings scores weighing scheme

THE Industry income


QS
innovation - 2,5 International student
Internationalization- 7,5 Citations per faculty - 20 ratio 5
Research (volume,
income, reputation) - 30
International faculty
Teaching ratio - 5
(reputation) - 30

Faculty/student ratio -
Global employer
20
reputation - 10
Reputational survey score-
Reputational survey score- 18
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Citations research influence - Academic reputation - 40


30

THE Indicator QS
30% Citation impact 20%
33% Reputational Score 50%
63% 70%
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Model Universities

Massachusetts Institute of University College cole Polytechnique cole Polytechnique Korea Advanced Institute of
Academic Technology London Fdrale de Lausanne Science and Technology
institution MIT UCL EPFL X KAIST
THE position 5 17 40 62 68

QS position 1 4 29 41 63

Reasons for MIPT partner MIPT partner in the MIPT partner in the MIPT partner Compact academic institution,
selection (unifying natural sciences field engineering with a focus on science and
Over 150 MIPT graduates educational Similar research areas technology
factors)
work at MIT programs
Rapid dynamics of entering the
Compact academic top-100
institution
Strengths Worlds leading academic Internationalization Almost 100% of the High research and Leader in research budget per
institution included in the leader faculty are also educational reputation 1 academic staff member
(competitive researchers
top 5 in the leading rankings
advantages)
High citation level High level of High level of educational
The highest citation level per 1 publication High level of internationalization reputation
per 1 publication internationalization

Endowment provides a third


of the income.
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Comparison of indicators of MIPT and five model universities
(dynamics of increasing MIPT parameters)
Quantitative composition of the universities Dynamics of Increasing MIPT parameters

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Strategic Initiatives (1/3)

Initiative Human capital development (Personnel program)


1. Talented applicant-> talented student
Continual development of the pre-university education programs: MIPT Correspondence Learning Physics and Technology
Personnel

School, Olympiad, creation of physics and technology schools in different regions of the country, trainings for school
teachers, construction at MIPT campus of a boarding school for gifted children;
2. Talented teacher-researcher
Attraction of worlds leading scientists to the leadership of laboratories and to teaching lectures
Implementation of fixed-term contracts with work performance criteria
Creation of PhD and PostDoc institutes and attraction of young academic staff members to these positions
3. Our graduates are our strength
Using the atomic energy of graduates for peaceful purposes
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Initiative Increase of MIPTs research potential (50 laboratories program)

Creation at MIPT campus at Dolgoprudnyi of research laboratories under the leadership of leading scientists and in cooperation with
high-technology companies (year 2020 50 laboratories are in use).
Research

Creation at the base of existing laboratories of Centers of Excellence in the following fields:
production of new materials technologies;
informational and telecommunications technologies;
energy and energy efficiency technologies;
aerospace technologies;
pharmaceuticals and biomedical technologies.
Increase in the amount of the R&D performed (year 2012 1.2 billion rubles -> year 2020 5.8 billion rubles)
Increase in the share of students/graduate students who are involved in research activities at MIPT campus (year 2012 5% -> year
2020 25%)

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Strategic Initiatives (2/3)

Initiative MIPTs integration into the world academic community


Internationalization

Attraction of world scientific leaders to be MIPT lecturers within the framework of educational programs, scientific seminars, schools and
conferences
Development of a system for research staff members to participate in internships, conferences and working seminars at world-class laboratories,
worlds leading higher learning institutions, and Russian and foreign research centers
Organizing and conducting schools, internships, conferences, working seminars, continuing education programs, professional retraining programs
and working seminars
Development of a system of international academic mobility
Preparation of programs in the English language
Management of MIPTs reputation through a full-scale international PR-campaign

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Initiative Educational programs to a world-class level
Educational Programs

Development of a system of joint-degree programs


Development of an institute of joint educational programs
Implementation of educational programs acquired and/or developed in partnership with leading Russian and foreign universities, research
organizations and high-technology companies
Development and implementation of educational courses based on e-Learning electronic education systems and modern digital technologies,
including in the English language

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Strategic Initiatives (3/3)

Initiative Professionalization of educational and research complex management


Management System

Allocation of the research direction into a stand-alone unit, while maintaining an emphasis on laboratories as basic structural units
Unification of laboratories into research institutes based on fields (Centers of excellence), that are managed by directors who report directly to the
rector
Attraction of specialists who have experience working at leading foreign and Russian universities and research centers to leading management
positions, including attracting leading scientists to direct research
The division of areas of personal responsibility of the universitys top management with the creation of goal indicators for their performance

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Initiative Creation of comfortable living conditions and the necessary infrastructure
Development of new territories and construction of new buildings (dormitories, educational-laboratory buildings) (year 2012 140,000 square meters
-> year 2020 228,000 square meters)
Campus

Creation of comfortable living conditions for students, graduate students and MIPT personnel
Development of infrastructure for conducting research
Increase MIPT transportation convenience
Development of an innovation belt, including placing the representatives of worlds leading high-technology companies at MIPT campus

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MIPT Research Laboratories
At the present time, there are 8 laboratories under the leadership of invited It is planned to create 5 Centers of excellence that unite over 50 laboratories by year 2020.
leading scientists at MIPT The following scientists have agreed to work with MIPT:

Development of innovative Materials by design


medical technologies laboratory laboratory Adrian Whitty, USA, Boston University;
B. Sharpless (Nobel Prize A.R. Oganov Igor Evgenievich Agranovski, Australia, Griffith University;
laureate) State University of New York Oleg Vladimirovich Astafiev, Japan, Smart Energy Research laboratory, NEC
Massachusetts Institute of (USA) corporation;
Technology (USA) Vladimir Anatolievich Sabelnikov, France, ONERA - French aerospace
research laboratory;
Endre Boros, USA, Rutgers University;
Infrared spectroscopy of high- Andrei Stanislavovich Duhin, USA, Dispersion Technology Inc.;
Structural analysis of data in Vladimir Pavlovich Zharov, USA, University of Arkansas;
resolution planetary
predictive modeling laboratory
atmospheres laboratory Sergei Olegovich Demokritov, Germany, Munster University;
V.G. Spokoinyi
V.A. Krasnopolsky Vladimir Prokopievich Drachev, USA, University of North Texas;
Humboldt University of Berlin Ekaterina Dubrovina, USA, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center;
Catholic University of America
(Germany)
(USA) Suren Minasovich Zakiyan, Russia, Institute of Cytology and Genetics,
Siberian Branch of RAS;
Igor Arkadievich Kaltashov, USA, University of Massachusetts Amherst;
Mikhail Semenovich Zhdanov, USA, University of Utah;
Nano-construction of
membrane-protein complexes Brain stem cells laboratory Yuriy Olegovich Chernov, USA, Georgia Institute of Technology;
for the control of cell physiology G.N. Enikopolov Timothy G. Mattson, Intel Corporation;
laboratory Sergei Victorovich Nuzhdin, USA, University of South Carolina;
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
K.I. Agladze (USA) Boris Nikolaevich Horomskiy, Germany, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics;
Kyoto University (Japan) Vitautas Vitautovich Ostasiavichus, Lithuania, Kaunas University of
Technology;
Sergei Vladimirovich Shmelkov, USA, New York University;
Alberto Porzio, Italy, CNR;
Mathematical modeling of Prospective studies of
nonlinear processes in gas Prasad Tetali, USA, Georgia Institute of Technology;
membrane proteins laboratory
media laboratory Leszek Leon Rutkowski, Poland, Czstochowa University of Technology;
G. Buldt Igor Petrovich Semiletov, USA, University of Alaska Fairbanks;
S.V. Utyuzhnikov
Julich Center Sergei Evgenievich Tkachenko, USA, ChemDiv, Inc.
The University of Manchester
(United Kingdom) (Germany)
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Program tasks and actions
Action Action Action Action Action Action Action Action Action
1 2
Formation of Attraction of Programs for Improvement of Support of Implementation Attraction of Conducting research in Conducting R&D in
MIPT Senior young international and intra- graduate school students, of new students from conjunction with research conjunction with high-
Management academic staff Russian academic performance graduate educational leading foreign organizations technology organizations
Personnel members mobility of academic students, interns programs universities
Reserve staff members and young
academic staff
475/475 members
281/281 1122/1122 635/635 4315/1770 770/770 1025/1025 11351/5475 5700/1710

Development of Support of laboratories Support of laboratories


Leading scientists Incentivizing Attracting youth to New educational Education of
Invited leaders PostDoc and under the leadership of a created in conjunction with
lectures leaders science programs foreign students
210/210 PhD system leading scientist high-technology organizations
51/51 321/321 1200/1200 342/342 16/16
750/750 3490/3150 2650/630

Creation of new
Incentivizing laboratories in conjunction Creation of new laboratories
Personnel International mobility of Internships of
Young teachers graduate Project activity E-Learning with research organizations in conjunction with high-
Reserve personnel foreign students
372/372 students 270/270 345/345 under the leadership of a technology organizations
71/71 429/429 259/259
154/154 leading scientists 3050/1080
3985/2325

International research and Implementation of


Incentivizing
educational events at English-language PR-campaign Construction of buildings
publication activity
MIPT courses 750/750 3426/0
300/300
155/155 45/45

Construction and
Science-intensive
renovation of
courses
dormitories
2545/0
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Program financing structure

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Infrastructure Development
(new land, buildings, spaces)

Two multi-unit buildings Construction of dormitories


Two educational-laboratory
Educational building renovated. 27,000 square meters. 30,000 square meters.
buildings.
3,000 square meters added. Commissioning year 2013. Commissioning year 2017

Laboratory building
being renovated

Biopharm building.
11 000 square
meters. Two educational-research
Commissioning Two educational-research buildings, 20,000 square
year 2014 buildings. 20,000 square meters. Commissioning
meters. Commissioning year 2018
year 2016.

Techno park zones for


small innovative
companies and high-
Boarding school for
technology companies
gifted children.
of the graduates

Boarding school for gifted


children

Spaces, square meters Year 2013 Year 2020


Educational 55 000 71 000
Laboratory 10 000 45 000
Housing 62 700 119 000
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CONCLUSION
1. The main parameters of THE and QS rankings that determine the achievement of a world-class level:
publication citations
63% - THE; 70% - QS
reputational score of the university

2. Set of main actions:


growth of research potential (50 laboratories program: creation of Centers of excellence)
development of human capital (Personnel program: teacher-researcher is the focus of the program)
internationalization (Integration program: integration into the world academic community)

3. Set of additional actions:


Management system (Professionalization of education and research department management)
Campus (Creation of comfortable living conditions and the necessary infrastructure)

Managing MIPTs Reputation

Professional PR-campaign
International academic mobility
Consolidation of efforts of MIPT graduates
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Specific parameters for justifying program action costs
50 laboratories Program Integration Program Personnel Program
Young academic staff members 1 million rubles per Lecture course by a world scientific leader Manager 10 million rubles per year
year (working expenditures) 0,6 millions of rubles (salary, (salary, accommodation, insurance)
PostDoc 1 million rubles per year (working accommodation, insurance) Personnel reserve 1 million rubles per
expenditures) Internships, conferences, etc. 100 year (internships, education, insurance)
Research work - students, graduate students, teachers, thousand rubles per trip on average (flight, Young academic staff members 1
interns 300 thousand rubles per year after completing accommodation, participation) million rubles per year (salary,
the dissertation on time (incentivizing bonus) Conducting schools, conferences, etc. accommodation, insurance)
Publication activity 50000*(impact-factor) in rubles about 1 million rubles per event PostDoc 2 million rubles per year
Dormitories on average 45 thousand rubles per square (accommodation, etc.) (salary, accommodation, insurance)
meter (construction, decoration, facilities) Implementing educational programs 18 Young teacher 250 thousand rubles per
Science-intensive courses for educating students and million rubles (development of educational year (incentivizing bonus)
graduate students 1 million rubles (development) materials, equipment, etc.) Incentivizing managers 300 thousand
Development of a working laboratory (invited Distance-learning educational programs 3 rubles pear year after completing the
scientist) 30 million rubles per year plus co-financing million rubles (development) dissertation on time (incentivizing bonus)
Creation of a working laboratory (invited scientist) 45 English-language courses 300 thousand Incentivizing graduate and doctoral
million rubles per year plus co-financing rubles per course (translation) students 200 thousand rubles per year
Development of a working laboratory (high-technology Work with foreign students on average 4 after completing the dissertation on time
complex) 15 million rubles per year plus co-financing thousand rubles per year per one student (incentivizing bonus)
Creation of a working laboratory (high-technology (curating) Project 2 million rubles per project per
complex) 30 million rubles per year plus co-financing Grants to foreign students 250 thousand year (grant support of start-ups)
Construction of educational-laboratory buildings on rubles per year per one student
average 45 thousand rubles per square meter (accommodation, stipend, curating)
(construction, decoration, communications) PR-campaign 10 million rubles on average
MIPT Income and Expenditures Structures
Model Universities comparison with MIPT
(today and tomorrow)
MIPT
# Indicator MIT UCL EPFL X KAIST
2013 2020
Rankings positions
1.1 THE position 5 17 40 62 68 N/A 75-100
1
1.2 QS position 1 4 29 41 63 N/A 50-100
1.3 ARWU position 3 21 101-150 301-400 201-300 501-1200 150-200
Number of students and academic staff members

2.1 Number of students (FTE) 10361 20005 7576 2340 8200 5543 5600
2
2.2 Number of academic staff members (FTE) 2657 4256 1457 650 570 1224 1250

2.3 Ratio of students to academic staff members 3.9:1 4.7:1 5.2:1 3.6:1 14.3:1 4.5:1 4.5:1

Average citation impact indicator per 1 publication, calculated based on the total articles in the
3 WoS database, excluding self-citations (for a period of 6 years) (source for the THE rankings) 14.24 8.16 9.77 7.29 4.64 1.77 6

Reputational score

4.1 InCites database educational reputational score (source for the THE rankings) 100 93 60 51 52 15 55
4

4.2 InCites database research reputational score (source for the THE rankings) 100 92 66 43 58 10 50

5 Percentage of international students to total students (%) 31.70% 44.40% 48.40% 27.90% 8.00% 11.00% 14.50%
6 Percentage of international academic staff members to total academic staff members (%) 47.90% 37.40% 70.40% 23.40% 13.00% 4.00% 7.00%
Management system
Supervisory council

RECTOR
Scientific council

Vice-rector for Vice-rector for scientific


educational affairs Scientific
and administrative work
and
technical Research institutes
council
Reseach
department
Faculties

Schools

Program management
Research laboratories center

Departments