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2017 ASEE International Forum


Columbus , Ohio

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June 28, 2017

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Roman Golov


Valery V. Shilov Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University)

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Valery V. SHILOV


August 18, 1954 in Moscow


Secondary school № 13, Moscow Region, Gold medal, 1971
Moscow State University, Diploma in applied mathematics, 1976
Higher Institute of management (Moscow), Diploma with distinction in law, 2001

Candidate of technical sciences degree, 1989


1976-1989: Researcher, Central Scientific Research Institute № 45 of Ministry of Defense
1989-1997: Senior Researcher, Scientific Computer Centre Russian Academy of Sciences
1997-2004: Full professor, Computer Systems Design Department, MATI – Russian State Technological University
2004-2015: Head of Computer Systems Design Department, MATI – Russian State Technological University
2015-: Head of Computer Systems Design Department, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) (part time)
2015-: Full professor, Academic supervisor of BS program in Software Engineering, National Research University Higher School of Economics (full time)

Member of the Editorial board, “Informacionnye Technologii” magazine
Member of the Editorial board, “Kibertonia” magazine (Kiev, Ukraine)
Scientific Advisor, Great Russian Cyclopaedia
Member of Advisory board, Russian Virtual Computer Museum

Member IT History Society

Invited lector, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technics (“Fiz-Tech”), 1999-2011
Invited lector, Hanoi University of Technology (Hanoi, Vietnam), 2005-2008
Invited lector, Hanoi Open University (Hanoi, Vietnam), 2009-2012


IEEE Computer History Competition CHC’60 Award, 2006
IEEE 2010 Student Competition Best Architecture Prize, 2010
Yuri Gagarin medal from Federation of Cosmonautics of Russian, 2010

Books (in Russian):

Informatics (Moscow, 2003) (with coauthors)
The Career in IT (Moscow, 2003) (with coauthors)
The Chronicle of computational and information technologies. People. Events. Ideas. Parts 1-4 (Moscow, 2004-2007)
Charles Stanhope. Scientific biography (Saint-Petersburg, 2011) (with Yu. Polunov)
This wonderful history of informatics (Moscow, 2011)
The History of Logical machines (Moscow, 2014)

Scientific papers:

More than 300 scientific papers in parallel architectures, compilers, history of computing etc. in Soviet, Russian and International editions.


Member of Organizing Committee, “SoRuCom 2011” IFIP Conference (Novgorod, Russia)
Member of Organizing Committee, International Gagarin Conference (Moscow, Russia, 2005-2015)
Member of Organizing Committee, IV International Anatoly Kitov Conference (Moscow, Russia, 2014)
Member of Program Committee, “SoRuCom 2014” IFIP Conference (Kazan, Russia)
Member of Program Committee, V International Anatoly Kitov Conference (Moscow, Russia, 2015)

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Sergey A. Silantiev

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The current state of the industrial system in the Russia of post-Soviet period is characterized by the re-industrialization. It is the main vector of the development and modernization of the Russian economy. Training of highly qualified engineering and management specialists of a new formation has one of the highest priorities in the list of activities to be implemented within the framework of re-industrialization process. The innovative industrial enterprises demand the specialists of combined engineering and economic profile who possess interdisciplinary technological and business competences and practical skills to work in the conditions of modern industry. This requires the development and realization new approaches in the training of such specialists at universities.

At present time, a significant part of Russian universities do not provide the needs of the national economy, because of, among other factors, the lack of possibility to train students using modern industrial facilities. At the same time the industry is vitally interested in well-trained professionals who are familiar with the new technologies and could work without additional instructions and teaching. In this case, the unique opportunity of professional training, meeting all the requirements of the labor market, is provided by high-tech industrial enterprises, equipped with sophisticated expensive equipment and organized in clusters with innovative universities.

This report proposes and describes an approach to the organization and development of educational technological clusters as the most favorable environment that allows training specialists of international level. Principals of educational technological cluster formation, combining the innovative enterprises and technological universities, are presented. It is confirmed that cluster approach allows maximizing the synergistic effect of interaction between the educational institutions and industrial systems in the process of re-industrialization of the Russian economy and training of competitive specialists of combined engineering and economic profile.

In our report we would like to share our experience of introducing this approach in the educational practice of leading Russian technological university.

Golov, R., & Shilov, V. V., & Silantiev, S. A. (2017, June), TRAINING THE SPECIALISTS OF COMBINED ENGINEERING AND ECONOMIC PROFILE AT RUSSIAN UNIVERSITIES: CLUSTER APPROACH Paper presented at 2017 ASEE International Forum, Columbus , Ohio.

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