For information on the admissions procedure, see this link
Who is eligible to apply to SIS?
Applicants should hold a Bachelor’s degree by the time he or she is registered in SIS, and have a strong background in math, computer science or engineering. The selection procedure is extremely competitive.
How can you apply?
The online application is the preferred method of applying, and it is available on September and March at: firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition to the application form, applicants will be required to include a Statement of Objectives, a CV, letters of recommendation and official transcripts.
Mikhail V.Khitrov., PhD, SIS Department Chair
Digital signal processing, speech technologies
Dr. Yury N. Matveev, Professor
Digital signal processing, speaker recognition, face recognition, multimodal biometrics
Pavel V. Ignatov, PhD, Associate Professor
Digital signal processing, speech enhancement, expert and human-assisted speaker recognition
Timur S. Pehovskiy, PhD, Associate Professor
Sergey V. Rybin, PhD, Associate Professor
Constantine C. Simonchik, PhD, Associate Professor
Digital signal processing, speaker recognition
Mikhail B. Stolbov, PhD, Associate Professor
Digital signal processing, speech enhancement, noise reduction and suppression