On November 24, hearings of the universities participating in the Priority 2030 program were held in Moscow at the Commission of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science with regard to the results achieved under the development programs in 2023. Representatives of the administration of RTU MIREA under the guidance of Stanislav Alekseevich Kudzh, Rector of RTU MIREA, took part in the landmark event.
The RTU MIREA Rector noted that the implementation of the University development program within the framework of Priority 2030 made it possible to take a new step in the transformation processes in 2023.
“Thus, the technology for developing and updating educational programs has been significantly reviewed, while the key emphasis has been made on the competency profiles of graduates who are in demand by employers-partners of RTU MIREA, and the creation of a joint educational and scientific material base. The implementation of the megalaboratories concept continued, within the framework of which seven new unique spaces for study, scientific and technological creativity and research were opened. Significant product results were obtained as part of the implementation of the strategic projects declared by the University as “Printed Electronics” and “Innovative Medicines and Health Engineering”. The system of organizing research has undergone significant changes, increasingly integrating with youth science and aimed at achieving key results of strategic projects. We are confident that we have managed to create a serious foundation for the further development of RTU MIREA,” emphasized Stanislav Alekseevich Kudzh.
In order to develop the material and technological base at RTU MIREA, new megalaboratories were opened in 2023, including:
Center for eSports Robotics
VR center in the cyber zone
Smart Production Systems Center
Elastomers. Thermoplastics. Technologies Center
All laboratory complexes are used as part of the main educational process and as a basis for master classes, classes for elite training groups, and so on.
With the participation of well-known employers, such as Rostec, Yandex, Astra and VGTRK, nine new educational programs have been developed; which are aimed to educate and shape a graduate who is professionally focused on solving important problems.
RTU MIREA and the National Research Center (NRC) “Kurchatov Institute” launched a joint educational program in Chemistry and Technology of Functional Polymers as part of the training direction
18.03.01 Chemical Technology. Graduates are to solve current problems set by the state in terms of the development of new materials and import substitution in Russia’s chemical industry.
As part of the strategic project “Innovative Medicines and Health Engineering”, a new tool for radionuclide diagnostics of oncological diseases has been developed. The resulting complex is characterized by a high degree of purity and is capable of selectively accumulating in cancer tumors. Unlike existing synthetic technetium chelators, the developed compound is a derivative of natural chlorophyll and, as a result, is safe for the body. Potential customers for the developed radiopharmaceutical are medical and radiological oncology centers - Moscow Research Institute named after P.A. Herzen is a branch of the National Medical Research Center of Radiology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation and Siberian State Medical University.
In spring, within the framework of the strategic project “Printed Electronics”, the project “3D printing of flexible electronics: development of material and additive manufacturing technology for prototypes of flexible electronics devices” was launched. Flexible electronics is a new trend in the development of radio-electronic devices; these are electronic components that can be reversibly deformed many times without losing their performance properties.
RTU MIREA is a participant in the Russian Ministry of Education and Science Priority 2030 program (national project “Science and Universities”).