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History

1946

In P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences a Laboratory №11 was founded. It's main task was to design and create systems of particle accelerators. Alexander L. Mints was appointed as the Director of the laboratory. He was an academician, a Hero of Socialist Labor, a great radio technician and a creator of the country's largest radio transmitting stations.

1947

The Laboratory №11 was transferred to a laboratory of instrumentations (now it's Kyrchatovskiy Institute) and renamed as the Radio Equipment Laboratory Instrumentations Department of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

1951

The Radio Equipment Laboratory Instrumentations Department of the USSR Academy of Sciences allocated in an independent Radiotechnical Laboratory of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

1957

The Radiotechnical Laboratory of the USSR Academy of Sciences transformed to the Radiotechnical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences (RTI). As the Director of the Institute was appointed Alexander L. Mints.

1976

RTI transforms into two independent research institutes: 1) Moscow Radiotechnical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences under the guidance of «Nuclear Physics» department of the USSR Academy of Sciences; 2) A.L. Mints Radiotechnical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences under the guidance of «General Physics and Astronomy» department of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

1992

In connection with the renaming of the USSR Academy of Sciences as the Russian Academy of Sciences Moscow Radiotechnical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences was renamed as the Moscow Radiotechnical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences (MRTI RAS).

2000

MRTI RAS becomes Federal state unitary enterprise.

2004

MRTI RAS assigned status of «Federal Research Production Center».

G.I. Batskikh . History of  the Moscow Radiotechnical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences. Abstract. Description of the history of the Moscow Radiotechnical Institute of  RAS and its main goals.

 
 
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