Ryazan State Radio Engineering University named after V.F. Utkin

About the Ryazan State Radio Engineering University named after V.F. Utkin

Ryazan State Radio Engineering University named after V.F. Utkin (up to 1993 – Ryazan State Radio Engineering Institute) was founded in 1951. It is located in Ryazan, 180 km south-east from Moscow. The town has a rich history and is famous for its cultural traditions. The University ranks high among the leading educational institutions in Russia. It is currently attended by more than 6,000 students. RSREU named after V.F. Utkin is a large specialized academic and research center having the following full-time faculties: Radio Engineering and Telecommunication, Electronics, Automation and Information Technologies in Control, Computer Science, Engineering and Economics. Bachelor’s, Specialist’s, Master’s and Post-graduate degrees are presented here. The university includes Master and PhD Institute, Institute of International Activity, Military Institute and Continuing Professional Development Center.
Training and scientific activities are provided by 550 experienced members including professors, assistant professors, D.Sc., PhD, academicians, honorable scientists, the State Prize laureates.
The University is equipped with up-to-date academic and research facilities. Educational television, cinema, audiovisual technologies, computer-aided design systems, information technologies, etc., are widely used in academic process. The results of the research and development works conducted at the University are well-known in Russia and abroad.
The business-incubator of the University named after V.F.Utkin is a testing ground for innovative projects and promising researches. Scientific center Foton, dealing with problems of remote sensing of the Earth, and Scanning Probe Microscopy Center successfully work within the University.
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