“We live in an amazing time. Thanks to new technologies routinely
bursting into our lives and occupying a place that seemed impossible
yesterday is becoming common today.
Our way of life changes along with this.
Mastering the method of iron extraction
from stone has turned the world upside
and has today, many centuries later, led to technological revolution
and atom management. Today, to meet requirements
of materials with
fundamentally new properties require special, advanced technologies, such as
the engineering of personalized products from metals and alloys.
These as well as other specific knowledge enables our graduates
to take part in the construction, creation, and development of unique
products and systems for land and aerospace reclamation. Let`s take the first
step into the future together!”

Andrey Travyanov

Head of the NUST MISIS College of Environmentally Sound Technologies & Engineering, laboratory chief


+7 499 236-88-45

The College of Environmentally Sound Technologies & Engineering was established on the basis of several faculties and united all of NUST MISIS’s metallurgical departments. Currently, the College`s main activities are research, design & experimental development, the creation of advanced technologies in the field of metallurgy, machine engineering & energy, and implementing these advances into enterprises. Special attention has been paid to the implementation of projects within public and private partnerships.

The College is connected with all kinds of economic activities linked with metals and their derivatives — from the processing of concentrates and ores to the processing of manmade secondary row materials with observance of all standards of technological and environmental safety. For many years the College has maintained a leading position in educational and research activities in the fields of materials technology, engineering equipment, technosphere safety, certification and metrology, and the artistic processing of materials. The interdisciplinary approach of its educational programs, research papers, and projects allow the College to combine the functions of seemingly different spheres to great effect.

Academic mobility programs allow the College to implement joint educational programs with many specialized European universities.

The College’s graduates successfully work for major domestic and international industrial enterprises, scientific-research and design institutes, research centers, analytical labs and consulting companies both in Russia and abroad.