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Oct. 28, 2020

   MAI, Alumni
Genrikh Novozhylov: his path from MAI student to chief designer

October 27 marked the 95th anniversary of the birth of the legendary Soviet and Russian aircraft designer, Doctor of Technical Sciences, member of the USSR Academy of Sciences (since 1992 — RAS), Professor Genrikh Vasilyevich Novozhilov.

Oct. 28, 2020

   MAI, Alumni
MAI graduate appointed Minister of physical culture and sports of the Republic of Komi

On October 20, Vitaly Savilov was appointed Minister of physical culture and sports of the Komi Republic.

Oct. 26, 2020

   MAI, Alumni
Between IT and space: how the MAI graduate became the astronomy communicator

Igor Tirsky talked to the MAI press-service about the points of contact between amateur astronomy and programming, as well as how the choice of the University affected its future.

Oct. 06, 2020

   MAI, Alumni
Target — space: how MAI graduate conquered the sky on her way to ultimate dream

Anzhelika Parfenova, a graduate of Moscow Aviation Institute, has a dream — to become a cosmonaut. In this endeavor, she has already overcome several steps.

Sep. 28, 2020

   MAI, Alumni
MAI graduates designed helicopter to explore Arctic

Arseny Zaryadnov and Alexander Lisovinov this year became the winners of the International youth scientific conference "Gagarin Science Conference".

Sep. 11, 2020

   MAI, Alumni
From MAI to CEO at Kingston University: a graduate’s career success story

Maxim told us how thorny his professional path was and how MAI helped him to become top manager.

Sep. 01, 2020

   Science, MAI, Alumni
Three departments of MAI, favorite work and scientific degree: the history of a young scientist

Natalia Grigorenko is a graduate of two MAI departments, and she works at the third as an engineer, she is also preparing to defend her PhD and is building a career in the industry

Apr. 28, 2020

   MAI, Alumni
MAI Graduate from India: to Face the outside World without Fear

Senthilkumar Vaitheeswaran Karur was born in India, studied in Russia, and work for a Boing company in the United Kingdom now. But for us he will forever remain a MAI graduate, part of the university family.

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