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The Institute for Information Transmission Problems established in 1961 (in November 2004 the Institute was named after A. Kharkevich) is part of the nanotechnology and information technology department of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The main purpose of the Institute is to perform basic research and applied developments regarding problems in information transmission, distribution, processing and control in engineering and living systems.
The main scientific activities of the Institute are following:
the theory of information transmission and protection;
iFOD is comprised of a team made up of experienced airline industry professionals who know exactly what it takes to succeed in the flight dispatcher field. Every staff member gives their ultimate best to each and every one of our Dispatcher Candidates. We know that dispatcher students come from different varied backgrounds and cultures. We just love to mold you into the best airline dispatchers the world has seen.
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