MAI GosNIIAS-Based Sub-Faculty
«Automatic and Intelligent Control Systems»
Aviation Institute (MAI) "Automatic and
Intelligent Control Systems" (No. 301) GosNIIAS-based
sub-faculty was established in 1942 as an aircraft
instrument faculty. In 1944 the faculty was
reorganized and renamed “Automatic control and
aircraft stabilization”. The faculty is known as
“Automatic and Intelligent Control Systems” from
sub-faculty is headed by
Sergey Yu. Zheltov, Prof., member of the Russian Academy of
Sciences, FGUP GosNIIAS Director General.
establisher and the first head of the faculty from
1942 to 1949 was professor G.V. Shchipanov, the
originator of a new line of research – the theory of
invariance of automatic systems. His discovery was
registered by the USSR Council of Ministers’ State
Committee for Inventions and Discoveries in June 11,
1966 under the number 44 prior to April 1939.
From 1949 to 1980 the
sub-faculty was headed by B.N. Petrov, a leading
scientist in the field of automatic control, space
control theory and technology, professor, vice
president of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Hero of
Socialist Labor, chairman of INTERCOSMOS council.
leading scientists studied and worked at the
sub-faculty No 301: B.N. Petrov, vice-president of
the USSR Academy of Sciences, laureates of Lenin
Prize and State Prize, members of the Russian
Academy of Sciences G.S. Pospelov, S.V. Yemelyanov,
I.M. Makarov; corresponding member of the Russian
Academy of Sciences E.D. Teryayev; Directors General
and chief designers S.D. Koulikov, V.M. Petrov, B.M.
Gavrilin; O.S. Gourevich, Dr. Eng., CIAM Deputy
Director; recipients of the State Prize, professors
A.D. Alexandrov, V.Yu. Routkovsky, N.M. Tishchenko.
sub-faculty graduates are leading GosNIIAS
specialists: I.Z. Almyashev, Cand. Sc., Deputy
Director General; S.I. Fourletova, former head of
production planning department; and V.I. Gazetov,
Cand. Sc., head of laboratory.
Automatic and Intelligent Control Systems
sub-faculty welcomes future professionals in the
field of intelligent control system development and
information please contact:
(499) 158-41-82; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For enrollment requirements see MAI website at: