Novosibirsk State Technical University (NSTU) (), until 1992 the Novosibirsk Electrotechnical Institute (NETI) (), is one of the major research and educational centers of Russia as well as one of the top technical universities located in Novosibirsk, Russia.
The university was established in accordance with the USSR Council of Ministries' Decree of 19 August 1950. It has 11 faculties and 2 institutes: Institute of Social Rehabilitation and Institute of Distant Education, 73 departments, 4 branches and 9 NSTU representative offices. At present, more than 25000 students are receiving quality educations at NSTU. The teaching staff consists of 968 full-time and 216 part-time lecturers including 184 Professors, Doctors of Science, 762 Associate Professors and Candidates of Science.
The direction of scientific research corresponds to the individual areas of specialization of the faculties. The best-known of these deal with fundamental research in the following directions: automatic control; creating a new class of measuring facilities; software and data for expert systems; new types of electronic and radio engineering devices; hybrid methods and program complexes aimed at the strength of the design and the reliability of the calculations.
The material and technical base of the university ensures a high professional level of education and research activity of students. The center of Information Technologies provides the university with a local network of more than 600... Read More