National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)

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National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)
MEPhI Logo2014 en.png
Former names
Moscow Mechanical Institute of Munitions (1942-1953), Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (1953-2009)
TypePublic
Established1942
RectorMikhail Nikolaevich Strikhanov
Location
Moscow
,
Russia

55°38′59″N 37°39′52″E / 55.64972°N 37.66444°E / 55.64972; 37.66444Coordinates: 55°38′59″N 37°39′52″E / 55.64972°N 37.66444°E / 55.64972; 37.66444
Websitehttp://eng.mephi.ru
Building details
НИЯУ «МИФИ», главный корпус и проходная, 12.12.12.JPG
Main corpus building
Old logo

National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) (Russian: Национальный исследовательский ядерный университет "МИФИ" / НИЯУ МИФИ or МИФИ) is a technical university in Russia. It was founded in 1942 as the Moscow Mechanical Institute of Munitions (Московский механический институт боеприпасов, ММИБ), but was soon renamed the Moscow Mechanical Institute. Its original mission was to train skilled personnel for the Soviet military and Soviet atomic bomb project. It was renamed the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (Московский инженерно-физический институт) in 1953, which was its name until 2009.

By the Order of the Government of Russia on April 8, 2009 (#480-r) on behalf of Russian President's Decree of October 7, 2008 (#1448) "On the pilot project launching on creating National Research Universities" MEPhI was granted this new status. The university was reorganized. The aim of the university existence is now preparing the specialists by giving them higher professional, post-graduation professional, secondary professional and additional professional education, as well as educational and scientific activities.[1]

Academics[edit]

Today, MEPhI has nine main departments (faculties or institutes):

  • Institute of Nuclear Physics and Engineering
  • Institute for Laser and Plasma Technologies
  • Institute of Engineering Physics for Biomedicine
  • Institute of Nanoengineering in Electronics, Spintronics and Photonics
  • Institute of Cyber Intelligence Systems
  • Institute of Financial and Economic Security
  • Institute of International Relations
  • Faculty of Physics and Technology
  • Faculty of Business Informatics and Complex Systems Management

The university offers bachelor, masters (and similar degree 'Specialist'), and post-graduate degrees in physics, mathematics, computer science and other areas. MEPhI facilities include a 2.5 MW (thermal) pool-type research reactor and Neutrino Water Detector NEVOD. The university has about 35,000 students at branches in Moscow and other towns. In Moscow are around 7,500 students (including over 1300 foreigners). It normally takes 4 - 5.5 (some sub-departments take six) years for a student to graduate from MEPhI. The curriculum of the first two years consists exclusively of required courses (core), with emphasis on mathematics, physics, experimental work and English. After the two first years of studying students on a competition basis enroll to the sub-departments which specialize in different branches of physics, computer science, information security, mathematics, etc.[citation needed] Starting with the fourth year, some students have a choice to make their diploma thesis, working at base science institutes. Most of them are research institutes, usually belonging to the Russian Academy of Sciences.[citation needed]

Among MEPhI graduates are Nobel Prize winners, members of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and winners of national prizes. Its professors and alumni have made major contributions to various fields of theoretical and experimental physics, mathematics, cybernetics, and computer sciences.[citation needed]

Traditional university rankings are based on the universities' research output and prizes won by faculty. In contrast, many professors teaching at MEPhI are officially on staff at the base institutes like Kurchatov Institute.[citation needed]

MEPhI in leading international and national university rankings[edit]

In 2022, QS World University rankings rated the university #308 in the world, World University Rankings by Times Higher Education ranked the university #401 in the world, and US News & World Report rated the university #445 in the world.[2][3]

Global Ranking MEPhI Rank among Russian universities (World Rank)
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
ARWU — Academic Ranking of World Universities 5[4]

(601 - 700)

5 [5]

(701-800)

ARWU — ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects — Physics 3 [6]
(201–300)
3 [7]
(151–200)
=2 [8]

(101-150)

4 [9]

(151-200)

4 [10]

(151-200)

ARWU — ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects — Energy Science & Engineering [11]
401–500
2 [12]

(401—500)

2 [13]

(301-400)

ARWU — ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects — Instruments Science & Technology [14]
201–300
THE — World University Rankings 2 [15]
(226–250)
3 [16]
(251–300)
4 [17]
(401–500)
5 [18]
(401–500)
4 [19]
(351–400)
=3 [20]

(401- 500)

6 [21]

(401-500)

THE — Physical Sciences 3 [22]
(74)
3 [23]
(95)
1 [24]
(36)
2 [25]
(84)
2 [26]
(89)
2 [27]

(78)

3 [28]

(101 - 125)

3 [29]

(98)

THE — Computer Science 4 [30]
(201–250)
=4 [31]

(201—250)

=5 [32]

(301 - 400)

7 [33]

(401-500)

THE — Engineering and Technology 6 [34]
(401–500)
=6 [35]

(401—500)

8 [36]

(401 - 500)

9 [37]

(501-600)

THE —Emerging Economies Rankings 2 [38]
(13)
4 [39]
(26)
3 [40]
(19)
3 [41]
(19)
2 [42]

(16)

4 [43]

(27)

4 [44]

(28)

THE — Best universities in Europe 5 [45]
(161–170)
5 [46]
(200)
6 [47]

(401-500)

THE — Most international universities in the world 4 [48]
(159)
3 [49]

(118)

THE - University Impact Rankings: industry, innovation and infrastructure 2 [50]

(48)

6 [51]

(101-200)

QS — World University Rankings (481–490) 10 [52]
(501-550)
9 [53]
(401–410)
7 [54]
(373)
8 [55]
(329)
8 [56](314) 9 [57]

(319)

QS — Physics & Astronomy 4 (251–300) 2 (51–100) 2 [58]
(51–100)
4 (51–100) 2 [59]
(51–100)
= 2 [60]

(51-100)

= 2 [61]

(51-100)

3 [62]

(86)

QS — Natural Science 5 [63]
(213)
5 [64]
(146)
5 [65](165) 5 [66](149) 5 [67](159)
QS — Engineering — Electrical & Electronic 4 [68]
(251–300)
4 [69]
(251–300)
5 [70]
(301–350)
=5 [71]

(301—350)

5 [72]

(301-350)

7 [73]

(351-400)

QS — Computer Science & Information Systems 9 [74]
(451–500)
9 [75]

(401—450)

9 [76]

(401-450)

9 [77]

(351-400)

QS — Engineering and Technology 8
(401–450)
9 [78]
(396)
10 [79]

(290)

10 [80]

(285)

10 [81]

(307)

QS — BRICS (since 2020 the ranking has not been published) 9 [82]
(57)
8 [83]
(51)
8 [84]
(50)
7 [85]
(35)
6 [86]
(30)
QS — Emerging Europe and Central Asia 8 [87]
(34)
5 [88]
(22)
7 [89]
(25)
7 [90]
(23)
7 [91]

(26)

7 [92]

(24)

8 [93]

(28)

Webometrics 4
(641)
4
(859)
5 [94] 5 [94]
(802)
5 [95]
(779)
8 [96]

(764)

4 [96](561)
U.S. News & World Report — Best Global Universities Rankings 2
(465)
2 [97] 2 [97]
(438)
2 [98]

(419)

2 [99]

(388)

3 [100]

(402)

U.S. News & World Report — Best Global Universities for Physics 127
117
3 [101]
(90)
3 [102]

(76)

2 [102]

(51)

3 [103]

(42)

U-Multirank. Top 25 Performing Universities in Student Mobility 1
(14)
1 [104]
(14)
1
(3)
1 [105]

(5)

1 [106]

(2)

Moscow International University Ranking The Three University Missions 5 [107]
(131)
5 [108]

(154)

5 [109]

(147)

RUR — Round University Rankings 2 [110] 2 [111] 2 [111]
(231)
2 [111]
(224)
2 [112]

(157)

2 [113]

(121)

2 [114]

(101)

RUR — Natural Sciences 1 [110]
(158)
1 [115]
(145)
1 [116]
(115)
1 [117]

(52)

1 [118]

(46)

1 [119]

(42)

1 [120]

(40)

RUR — Teaching Ranking, Natural Sciences 1 [110]
(41)
3 [121]

(113)

1 [122]

(55)

3 [123]

(43)

1 [124]

(18)

2 [125]

(32)

7 [126]

(113)

RUR — Life Sciences 13 [127]

(414)

10 [128]

(385)

MIA “Russia Today” — National Engineering Universities Ranking 1 [129] 1 [130] 1 [131] 1 [132]
MIA “Russia Today” — Russian Universities from Students Perspective 3 1 1 [133] 1 [134] 1 [135] 1 [136]
Russian university ranking, announced by the international news agency Interfax [137] 5–6
3
3
2[138] 2[139] 2[140] 2[141] 2 [142] 2 [143]
The ranking agency "Expert RA"/ RAEX (Russia) 3[144] 3[145] 3[146] 3[147] 3 [148] 3 [149] 3 [149]
SuperJob — IT-graduates by income level Ranking 2 [150] 2 [150] 3 [150] 5 [150] 2 [150]
Forbes — Best Russian Universities 2 [151] 5 [152]

Student population[edit]

The student population, especially on natural science departments, is predominantly male. During the first years from MEPhI's foundation there was a ban against accepting women. In recent years this situation has changed.[citation needed]

Location[edit]

It is a fifteen-minute walk (or a five-minute bus ride) from the university to the Kashirskaya station on the Zamoskvoretskaya Line of the Moscow Metro. Its campus is one kilometre from the Kolomenskoe park and museum.

MOOC and other online resources[edit]

During 2016–2018 MEPhI increased its presence in online educational platforms, namely Coursera(Rus), edX (Eng), Universarium (Rus) and CLP4NET (Eng). By the end of 2018, MEPhI had provided 43 courses via those platforms, including 25 on Coursera and 11 on edX. In 2018, the number of students that joined MEPhI's online courses on the online platforms reached approximately 160,000 persons from 150 countries.[citation needed]

Notable people[edit]

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External links[edit]

  • English language and Russian language official website of National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) (in Russian and English)
  • [3] Profile on the official website StudyInRussia (in Russian and English)