MIPT graduates include two Nobel Prize winners, over 150 members of the Russian Academy of Sciences, including the President and Vice President of the Russian Academy of Sciences, over 6000 Doctors of Sciences, and around 17,000 Candidates of Sciences.
Soviet and Russian physicist. Professor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. President of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Soviet-born physicist, Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics 2010, member of the Royal Society of London. Co-discovered graphene with Konstantin Novoselov . Awards: Copley Medal (2013), Hughes Medal (2010), John Carty Award (2010), Körber Prize (2009), Europhysics Award (2008), Mott Award (2007)
Russian designer of rocket technology, the chief designer of the "S-400" Triumph system. Professor of Technical Sciences. "Merits to the Fatherland" Medal, IV degree, awarded posthumously (February 21, 2008) Merited Scientist of Russia.
Russian physicist. Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics in 2010 (together with Andre Geim), member of the Royal Society of London. Awards: Nicholas Kurti European Science Prize(2007), The International Union of Pure and Applied Physics Young Scientist Award (2008), Europhysics Award (2008), Knight Bachelor (2012), Leverhulme Medal (2013 ), Onsager Medal (2014)
Outstanding Russian-American scientist, State Prize Laureate, one of the developers of the Elbrus supercomputer and high-level programming language Al-76.
Scientist and constructor, founder of the Soviet and Russian strategic missile and space defense systems. The first (1970 - 1987) chief designer of the Missile Attack Warning System and the Space Control System, Hero of Socialist Labor (1978), the main researcher of the "MAK" Vympel " corporation, Doctor of Technical Sciences.
Engineer, physicist, Ph.D., head of Sun Microsystems Representation in the CIS region (2000-2004), head of the delegation for Computer Associates, Inc (CA) in Russia and CIS (2005-2006). Member of the largest domestic IT and Web conferences and forums. One of the developers of Elbrus supercomputers.