Korston Club Hotel, 4*
Address: 15 Kosygina St., Moscow, 119334, Russia
The Korston Club Hotel Moscow is located in the green district of Vorobyovy Gory and the Moscow River, by car it will take you 10 minutes to the city center and the Red Square. The hotel is a 5-minute walk from Vorobyovy Gory Park and the Luzhniki Stadium. Vorobyovy Gory Metro Station is just over a quarter mile away.
Elegant, spacious rooms and suites are provided at the Korston Club Hotel Moscow, each with a flat-screen TV and a minibar.
A buffet breakfast is served every day from 6 am until 5 pm. There is a variety of restaurants, bars and cafeterias at the Korston Hotel, serving European, Japanese and Korean dishes. The following services are also available at the hotel: fitness center, room service round the clock and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
The Kotrston Club Hotel Moscow also offers 12 professionally equipped conference halls, including the super-modern Korston Hall with seating capacity of up to 500 persons, opening in the 4th quarter of 2012.
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Address: Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Skolkovo Innovation Center, Building 3, Moscow 143026, Russia
The Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology is a private research university located near Skolkovo, Moscow Oblast, in the close vicinity of the capital city of Moscow, Russia. The school, which was founded in 2011, is a project led by the Skolkovo Foundation, with MIT as a major developmental partner as part of the MIT Skoltech Initiative. In June 7, 2012, Skoltech announced its acceptance of 20 Russian students from 14 different universities into its interdisciplinary master's degree program. Skoltech awards Master’s and Ph.D. degrees in its five education programs, corresponding to the priority areas for the Skolkovo project: Information Technology, Energy Science and Technology, Biomedical Science and Technology, Nuclear Science and Technology, Space Science and Technology.
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University)
Address: 9 Institutskiy per., Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, 141700, Russia
MIPT is one of the leading Russian universities in the areas of physics and technology. The university holds a reputable position in the country and abroad in qualified graduate training. Students and graduates of MIPT are representatives of an elite circle who, thanks to their interdisciplinary scientific surroundings, are able to fully realize their potential. The strong alumni community is spread all over and includes top range scientists, businessmen, politicians, people of art, many of who are awardees of prestigious international prizes. Phystech (the university) and phystechs (its alumni) are strongly proud and supportive of each other.
Many MIPT professors are leading Russian scientists, including over 80 members of the Russian Academy of Sciences. From the outset, MIPT has used a unique system for training specialists, known as the Phystech System, which combines fundamental science, engineering disciplines and student research. With a history rich in major events and longstanding traditions, MIPT pays well-deserved attention to its symbols.
MIPT has an original emblem, which embodies its devotion to science. Every 5 years MIPT marks two anniversaries, celebrating the creation of the Department of Physics and Technology at Moscow State University on November 25, 1946 and the creation of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, which took place five years later.
National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”
Address: Kashirskoe highway, 31, Moscow, 115409, Russia
MEPhI (then the Moscow Mechanics Institute of Ammunitions) was established November 23, 1942 for the purpose of provision of human resources for the nuclear project. From the end of the sixties MEPhI became the leading higher education institution of Russia for education and training and retraining of professional skills in the field of peaceful use of nuclear energy. The most famous scientists, Academicians I.V. Kurchatov, A.I. Leypunsky, L.A. Artsimovich, I.K. Kikoin, N.N. Semenov, Ya.B. Zeldovich, I.E. Tamm, N.I. Novikov and others were among the originators of the system of nuclear education in Russian traditions of which are held up by the MEPhI. Six Nobel Prize winners including N.G. Basov (MEPhI graduate), A.D. Sakharov, N.N. Semenov, I.E. Tamm, P.A. Cherenkov and I.M. Frank worked at the MEPhI. The list of MEPhI graduates includes prominent masters of science and technology of the Russian Federation, leading scientists and managers of Russian and international organizations guiding the development of modern scientific research in highpriority directions of science and engineering, winners of Russian and international prizes awarded for achievements in science and engineering.