Standardization and Metrology in High-Technology Sector of Economy
  • Standardization and Metrology in High-Technology Sector of Economy

    27.04.01 Standardization and Metrology
  • Faculty of Cryogenic Engineering

  • Irina Timofeeva, +7 (921) 984-98-62,


    273,000 rubles/year 


    Developed by the leading specialists at ITMO University and the D. I. Mendeleev Institute for Metrology, the program includes 20 original courses aimed at training uniquely skilled specialists for enterprises in the hi-tech sector of the economy. Metrology permeates all the spheres of human activity, but until very recently there were no programs in Russia that would train high-level metrology specialists. 

    The D. I. Mendeleev Institute for Metrology is one of the seven national metrology institutes forming part of the Federal Technical Regulation and Metrology Agency – the government agency that implements state policy in this field. 

    As part of the curriculum, students learn to work with regulatory documents and standards, apply verification and calibration methods and techniques, and design information-measuring systems for environmental control, oil and gas complex, and anti-terrorist activities.


    Precise measurements are the foundation of quality and safety. Right now, the world is experiencing a metrological boom. This drives the need for highly qualified metrology specialists who can operate at the international level, as the ongoing trend of economic globalization leads to the increase of companies launching their products and services on international markets. The program provides such training, ensuring that the graduates are in high demand in government agencies, organizations and companies in Russia and abroad.


    • Diagnostics of Devices and Systems
    • Best Available Technologies
    • Design of Information-Measuring Systems for Environmental Control
    • System Reliability
    • Digital Measuring Systems
    • Fundamentals of Computer and Engineering Graphics
    • Industrial Environmental Control


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