Head of Information and Communication Technologies and Space Research Priority Area,
Head of Higher Institute for Information Technology and Information Systems
Kazan Federal University pays special attention to the research in Information and Communication Technologies and Space Research.
KFU is involved in a whole range of projects with the Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications, as well as with companies in the sphere of Infocommunications and space technology. Our education and research are aimed at solving problems encountered by businesses in this area. Fundamental research is based on that conducted by the world's leading scientists.
The best KFU researchers and developers from the Higher Institute for Information Technology and Information Systems, Nicolay Lobachevsky Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Institute of Computer Mathematics and Information Technologies all work together on autonomous robotics systems, software engineering, computer science, artificial intelligence, and digital media R&D projects.
Space research is conducted along two pathways: Space Technology and Cosmology.
Our mission is to bridge the gap between academia and the requirements of industry, and to allow research from different disciplines to link together. Our goal is to create specialists who not only match current developments in technology but regularly outperform them, bringing to industry the innovations created at the University. Our research is either theoretical in nature or geared towards solving real problems facing real industry.
Classes are conducted by professors and scientists of Kazan Federal University, and special courses are delivered by developers and engineers from major IT companies. A range of courses are taught by professors invited from universities abroad. In addition to the theory and fundamental disciplines, we pay special attention to the applied disciplines. We have more than 20 research IT labs (Microsoft lab, Samsung Android lab, IOS lab, Cisco Innovation Center, Fujitsu Lab, Robotics Lab, Intelligence Search Systems lab etc.), where students work on R&D projects.
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