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The subject index / State Institute of Technology, St. Petersburg

State Institute of Technology, St. Petersburg

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STATE INSTITUTE (UNIVERSITY) OF TECHNOLOGY, St. Petersburg (26 Moskovsky Avenue) was founded in 1828 under the name of the Petersburg Practical Technology Institute. In 1896 it was renamed the Technological Institute; and in 1924 it was renamed yet again to be Lensoviet. In 1930, the institute incorporated the Polytechnic Institute and Leningrad State University chemistry faculties. The institute received its present-day name in 1992. It is one of the oldest centers of technical education. The university’s professors and researchers include F.F. Belstein, V.V. Byzov, I.A. Vyshnegradsky, N.A. Gesechus, G.I. Hess, G.F. Depp, Y.S. Salkind, V.K. Zvorykin, P.A. Zemyatchensky, D.S. Zernov, A.F. Ioffe, D.P. Konovalov, S.P. Kostychev, M.I. Koshkin, V.Y. Kurbatov, S.V. Lebedev, F.F. Lender, D.I. Mendeleev, K.F. Pavlov, A.E. Poray-Koshits, B.L. Rosing, A.E. Favorsky, L.A. Chugaev, L.P. Shishko, P.R. Shulyachenko, N.L. Shchukin, A.A. Yakovkin, et al. In 2002, there were the faculties of chemical technology of inorganic matter and materials, fine organic and microbiologic synthesis, cybernetic engineering, informatics and management, organic synthesis and polymer materials technology, high technology studies, environmental protection, economics and management, and an evening faculty. Also, the institute has the Centre of the Youth Professional Orientation (the Minor Faculty, the Chemistry School for Youth, etc.). Technological Institute actively cooperates with leading foreign educational and research institutions. Professors from European universities take part in its academic activities; students and postgraduates have the right to intern at foreign enterprises. The Technological Institute occupies a large complex of educational, laboratory and processing buildings that were planned and constructed in the mid-19th to early 20th centuries by the architects F.F. Bekman, A.P. Maximov, and L.P. Shishko. In 1905-06, revolutionary meetings and sessions of Petersburg Soviet of Workers Faculties took place in the institute’s classrooms.

References: Технологический институт имени Ленинградского совета рабочих, крестьянских и красноармейских депутатов: В 2 т. Л., 1928; 150 лет Ленинградского ордена Трудового Красного Знамени технологического института им. Ленсовета. Л., 1978; Санкт-Петербургский государственный технологический институт (Техн. ун-т), 1828-1998. СПб., 2003.

А. P. Kupaygorodskaya.

Bekman Fedor Fedorovich
Belstein F.F.
Byzov Boris Vasilievich
Chugaev Lev Alexandrovich
Depp G.F.
Favorsky Alexey Evgrafovich
Gesechus N.A.
Hess German Ivanovich
Ioffe Abram Fedorovich
Konovalov Dmitry Petrovich
Koshkin Mikhail Ilyich
Kostychev Sergey Pavlovich
Kurbatov Vladimir Yakovlevich
Lebedev Sergey Vasilievich
Lender Franz Franzevich
Maximov Alexander Pavlovich
Mendeleev Dmitry Ivanovich
Pavlov K.F.
Poray-Koshits Alexander Evgenievich
Rosing Boris Lvovich
Salkind Yuly Sigizmundovich
Shchukin Nikolay Leonidovich
Shishko Lev Petrovich
Shulyachenko Alexey Romanovich
Vyshnegradsky Alexander Ivanovich
Yakovkin Alexander Alexandrovich
Zemyatchensky Peter Andreevich
Zernov Dmitry Stepanovich
Zvorykin Vladimir Kuzmich

Moskovsky Ave/Saint Petersburg, city, house 26

Санкт-Петербургский государственный технологический институт (технический университет), 1828-1998. СПб., 1998
Технологический институт имени Ленинградского совета рабочих, крестьянских и красноармейских депутатов: В 2 т. Л., 1928
150 лет Ленинградского ордена Трудового Красного Знамени технологического институту им. Ленсовета. Л., 1978

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