The Program Systems Institute of RAS is a leading
Russian research institution in the realm of information technologies.
The Institute was founded in 1984 as a branch of the
Institute for Cybernetics Problems of the Academy of Sciences of the
USSR by a decree issued by the government of the USSR. The foundation
aimed at developing of computer science in the country. In 1986 the
Institute was reorganized and named the Program Systems Institute of the
USSR Academy of Sciences. Today’s PSI RAS has a number of acknowledged
achievements in the fields of artificial intelligence, high-end
computer systems (supercomputers), regional telecommunication networks
building, and distributed information systems.
The Program Systems Institute initiated the
establishment of a unique scientific and educational complex in Russia
Ailamazyan University of Pereslavl — the first
Russian non-government university created in a small town;
Ailamazyan International Children’s Computer
kindergarten, primary school “Pochemouchka”.
The Founder of the Institute is Prof. Alfred K.
Ailamazyan (8.08.1936 - 25.05.2003).
Director of the Institute is Doctor Sc. in
mathematics Sergey Abramov (firstname.lastname@example.org)