Moscow State Institute of Radio-engineering Electronics and Automation

Moscow State Institute of Radio-engineering, Electronics and Automation (Russian: Московский Институт Радиотехники, Электроники и Автоматики (Технический Университет, romanised: Moskovskiy Institut Radiotekhniki, Elektroniki i Avtomatiki, often abbreviated MIREA) is a Russian technical university in the field of radio technology, electronics, cybernetics and automation.

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