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Action Plan (the Road Map)
for Implementation of the Program
to Improve Competiveness
SAINT-PETERSBURG
ELECTROTECHNICAL
UNIVERSITY «LETI»
WWW.E L T E C H.R U
Moscow,October 2013
Vladimir KUTUZOV,Rector
First electromagnetic radio wave receiver
ETU:Bringing Leadership Tradition to the Future
First subsea cable telegraph system
First three-phase current electrical machines
N.Pisarevskiy,
ETUfounder
M.Dolivo-Dobrovolsky,
ETUprofessor
A.Popov,
ETURector
Saint Petersburg ETU
2
ETU Target Model Concept
International
Academically
Mobile
Financially
Sustainable
Effective
Electronic
Research
Industry
Oriented
Innovative
Mid-size
Master-degree
Continuous Education
Focused
3
ETU Target Model 2020 Elements and KPIs
Number of research platforms
Share of income frommultidisciplinary platforms
Number of papers listed in WoS and Scopus
The percentage of papers written with international co-authors
Citation index per one Research and teaching employee
Number of students (BSc,MSc and post-graduates)
Number of Research and Teaching staff/Academic staff (FTE)
Number of Educational programs (Higher/Continuing education)
Percentage of international students
Percentage of international Research and Teaching staff
Number of educational programs in English
Annual budget
Percentage of income fromresearch
Percentage of income fromoff-budget sources
1
2
3
4
5
Focus
Education
Internatio-
nalization
Scientific
activity
Effectiveness
Elements High-level KPIs 2020
>50%
16.0%
5-6
9.2%
1100/800
80/40
6000/2500/600
2800
40
30%
15
Rub 6.5 bln
50%
60%
4
Share of income frommulti-disciplinary platforms
Number of papers listed in WoS and Scopus
The percentage of papers written with international co-authors
Citation index per one Research and teaching employee
Number of students (BSc,MSc and post-graduates)
Number of Research and Teaching staff/Academic staff (FTE)
Number of Educational programs (Higher/Continuing education)
Percentage of international students
Percentage of international Research and Teaching staff
Number of educational programs in English
Annual budget
Percentage of income fromresearch
Percentage of income fromoff-budget sources
1
2
3
4
5
Focus
Education
Internatio-
nalization
Scientific
activity
Effectiveness
16.0%
50%
9.2%
1100/800
80/40
6000/2500/600
2800
40
30%
15
Rub 6.5 bln
50%
60%
Number of research platforms
5-6
ETU Target Model 2020 (1/5)
5
Number of research platforms
Share of income frommultidisciplinary platforms
Number of students (BSc,MSc and post-graduates)
Number of Research and Teaching staff/Academic staff (FTE)
Number of Educational programs (Higher/Continuing education)
Percentage of international students
Percentage of international Research and Teaching staff
Number of educational programs in English
Annual budget
Percentage of income fromresearch
Percentage of income fromoff-budget sources
1
2
3
4
5
Focus
Education
Internatio-
nalization
Scientific
activity
Effectiveness
>50%
16.0%
5-6
9.2%
1100/800
80/40
6000/2500/600
40
Rub 6.5 bln
50%
60%
Share of papers with international co-authors
30%
Papers in
WoS
and
Scopus
,per R&T employee
2.55
ETU Target Model 2020 (2/5)
6
Number of research platforms
Share of income frommultidisciplinary platforms
Number of papers listed in WoS and Scopus
The percentage of papers written with international co-authors
Citation index per one Research and teaching employee
Percentage of international students
Percentage of international Research and Teaching staff
Number of educational programs in English
Annual budget
Percentage of income fromresearch
Percentage of income fromoff-budget sources
1
2
3
4
5
Focus
Education
Internatio-
nalization
Scientific
activity
Effectiveness
>50%
16.0%
5-6
9.2%
2800
40
30%
15
Rub 6.5 bln
50%
60%
Share of educational programs in English
50%
Number of Bachelors/Masters/Post-Graduates
6000/
2500/600
ETU Target Model 2020 (3/5)
7
Number of research platforms
Share of income frommultidisciplinary platforms
Number of papers listed in WoS and Scopus
The percentage of papers written with international co-authors
Citation index per one Research and teaching employee
Number of students (BSc,MSc and post-graduates)
Number of Research and Teaching staff/Academic staff (FTE)
Number of Educational programs (Higher/Continuing education)
Annual budget
Percentage of income fromresearch
Percentage of income fromoff-budget sources
1
2
3
4
5
Focus
Education
Internatio-
nalization
Scientific
activity
Effectiveness
>50%
5-6
1100/800
80/40
6000/2500/600
2800
30%
15
Rub 6.5 bln
50%
60%
Share of foreign research and teaching staff
9.2%
Share of foreign students
16.0%
ETU Target Model 2020 (4/5)
8
Number of research platforms
Share of income frommultidisciplinary platforms
Number of papers listed in WoS and Scopus
The percentage of papers written with international co-authors
Citation index per one Research and teaching employee
Number of students (BSc,MSc and post-graduates)
Number of Research and Teaching staff/Academic staff (FTE)
Number of Educational programs (Higher/Continuing education)
Percentage of international students
Percentage of international Research and Teaching staff
Number of educational programs in English
1
2
3
4
5
Focus
Education
Internatio-
nalization
Scientific
activity
Effectiveness
>50%
16.0%
5-6
9.2%
1100/800
80/40
6000/2500/600
2800
40
30%
15
Share of income fromresearch
50%
Annual budget
Rub 6.5 bln
ETU Target Model 2020 (5/5)
9
Reference Universities
Uppsala
University
(Sweden)
Technical
University
of
Denmark
Karlsruher
Institute
fur
Techn
ology
KIT
(Germany)
Roy
al
Instit
ute
of
Technology
KTH
(
Sweden)
Tufts
University
(USA)
Pohang
Univ
ersity
of
Science
and
Technology
(Korea)
81
97
132
141
142
181
10
Position in QS 2012/13
World Ranking
10
Key Gaps
2013
2020
Number of articles listed in
Web of Science and Scopus,
excluding duplications
383
2805
Percentage of articles written
with international co-authors
12%
30%
Share of international professors,
teachers and researchers in
research and teaching staff
0.5%
9.2%
Total R&D income,Rub mln
800
3250
11
Strategic Initiatives Framework
Infrastructure
and
Environment
I
IV
III
II
VI
V
12
Human Capital
First ‘Who’,Then ‘What’:

World’s top-tier scientists

Recruitment

Retention

Incentives

Highly motivated research staff
(post-docs and young scientists)

Talent search and retention focus

Better students

Experienced international managers
Globally recognized scientists currently negotiating offers fromETU
Prof.Erkki Lähderanta
,
Applied Technomathematics
and Technical Physics
Prof.Matthias Hein,
Microwave technology
and energy efficiency
Prof.Ferran Martin,
Communication systems
and application
I
13
Governance
Focus on efficiency:

Neworganizational structure

Newmanagement processes

Newsupport departments:

HR Department

International Office

Foreign Students and Employees
Support Service

Marketing Department
International Scientific
Board,
a new authority for
setting up the research agenda:

14 members from6 different
countries;

8 foreign experts;

5 members represent
industry sectors
II
14
Research
Focus on performance:

Six prioritized research lines:

2 multi-disciplinary platforms

4 breakthrough platforms

Labs with unique equipment

Adaptive research agenda

University grant programfor pilot
and trial research

Industrial partnership and
technology transfer

High academic mobility
Programme of research
collaboration in
nanotechnology,information
systems,and cognitive
computation.Focus on close
interaction with business,
technology transfer,joint
publications in selected fields
Research laboratory for
power and extreme
electronics on diamond-like
materials
Joint laboratory for research,
development and testing of
industrial application of
Atomic Layer Deposition
method with the purpose of
implementation of thin-film
technologies in various
applications
III
15
Two Multi-Disciplinary Research Platforms
Institute of
Forecasting
Systems
Chair of Information
and Measurement
Systems
Chair of Laser
Systems
General Lines
of Research
Institute of
Biotech Systems
Chair of
Biomedical
Electronics
Chair of Electronic
Devices
Center for
Microelectronics
and Diagnostics
Chair of Physical
Electronics and
Technology
Chair of Micro-
and
Nanoelectronics
Chair of
Radiotechnic
Systems
Chair of
Radioelectronic
Devices
Chair of
Theoretical Basis
of Electronics
Chair of Electro-
transforming
Technologies
Chair of
Automated
Control Systems
Chair of Quantum
Electronics and
Optics
Chair of Software
Applications
Chair of Data
Processing
Chair of Computing
Devices
Generation,transformation,
recuperation,transmission
of electromagnetic energy in
a wide spectrumbandwidth
Control and
Navigation Systems
Biomedical
Technologies
NewElectronic
Components
Telecommunication
and Radio
Novel and Renewable
Energy Sources
High-Performance
Computing Systems
Bionic and microsystem
robotics and biomedical
systems for humans
Research
Entities
*Prof.Dr.Dr.-Ing.
Juergen Lademann
*Prof.Michael
Graetzel
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*Currently negotiating LETI job offers
Four Breakthrough Research Platforms
NewElectronic
Components
Novel and
Renewable Energy
Sources and
Energy-saving
High-Performance
Computing
Systems
Information,
Control and
Navigation Systems
Prof.W.Bleck
Prof.B.Buchberger
Prof.U.Schreiber
Two-coordinate precise
Large Laser Gyroscope for
radio-astronomy,
seismology,geomonitoring
Cloud computing,
Distributed computer
science cluster and
technologies
High-performance modules
of renewable energy
sources and energy-saving
technology
Prof.A.Tramontano
Construction of bionic
nanosystems through non-
conventional artificial
materials and compositions
17
Education
Focus on Practical Aspects:

Programs in English

NewDual Diploma programs

Student’s academic
mobility

Continuous Education

Ph.D.partnership
NewDual Diploma program
with
Xuzhou Institute of
Technology
(China)
Newjoint Russian-German
Engineering faculty
of ETUand
Ilmenau
University of Technology
100%
Masters
90%
Bachelors
Percentage of students taught in
priority
(“focused”) areas
Joining
CDIO
in 2014,
complying ETUeducational
programs with CDIOstandards
IV
18
International Recognition
Focus on Target Directions:

International recognition of
research results

Educational programs in English
for Russia and the World

Educational programs in Russian
for target markets

IEEE strategic partnership
Geography of ETUinternational students
‘Laser
Measurement
Technology’
Master programin
English
‘Bioengineering
Systems and
Technologies’
Master programin
English
LETI Alumni
Associations abroad
(Germany,Bulgaria,
Vietnam)
Russia IEEE Core
Partner
19
V
Environment and Infrastructure
Removing constraints:

Newresearch laboratories

Open information environment

Modern library

Modernized dorms and campus

Comfortable barrier-free
environment
20
VI
ETUbuilding for implementing
barrier-free environment
ETUlibrary reading hall
with online terminals
Modernized laboratory
for vacuumand plasma research
800
600
130
70
2013
Total R&Dincome
Non-R&Dstate funding
Commercial education services income
Other non-state budget income
RUB1.6 bln
3250
2600
500
150
2020
RUB6.5 bln
Income Structure
Quick Wins 2013
BeneQ
laboratory opening
November 2013
IBM
collaborative research
programlaunch
November 2013
Technology transfer agreement
with
Spinverse
(Finland)
November 2013
Launch of Diamond Electronics
Research Laboratory and start of
scientific and teaching work of
professor James E.Butler in ETU
October 2013
First Masters students
fromXuzhou Institute of
Technology (China)
September 2013
First diploma of
joint
Engineering
faculty
of the
ETUand
Ilmenau
University
of Technology
September 2013
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Thank you
WWW.E L T E C H.R U