A.I. Akhiezer Institute of Theoretical Physics
Development Strategy of the Institute of Theoretical Physics Akhiezer (hereinafter - ITF) has also passed the test of time: the institute has managed to keep up-to-date scientific directions and the continuity of the leading scientific schools of the UFTI - KIPT. Of course, there were problems. But a serious international ITF rating helped him to resist in the difficult post-Soviet era, and in modern times. The focus of today's ITF is the development of current and advanced frontiers of modern physical science. But most importantly, all the research departments of the ITF have in their staff talented (and very initiative) young scientists, despite the fact that the past years have not very much favored the influx of young people into science. Moreover, their creative achievements were marked by scientific awards of both domestic and international level. The truth that is professed in the ITF: the main thing is not only to accumulate knowledge and experience, but also to pass them on to a worthy change. The fact that the relations in the team are humanly built friendly and democratically helps very well. And it is already obvious: the ITF has withstood the competition in the post-Soviet space and has accumulated a solid scientific potential. Today, the scientific ideology of the ITF is its traditions.
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Член-корреспондент НАН Украины Николай Федорович Шульга. К 60-летию со дня рождения [Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Nikolay Fedorovich Shulga. To the 60th birthday], edited by S.V. Peletminskii, (Kvant, Kharkiv, 2007), p. 64, (in Russian)
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