(2013 — till present)
In 1999 he graduated from full-time postgraduate study of NRU MGSU, he defended the master's thesis, in 2003 he defended the doctoral dissertation in the specialty 05.13.01 – the System analysis, management and information processing (construction), on a subject: "Methodology of design of functional control systems of buildings and constructions".
Works in NRU MGSU since 1994 in positions of the laboratory assistant, engineer, assistant, teacher, associate professor, professor; from 2005 to 2011 – the dean of faculty of information systems, technologies and automation in construction (ISTAS); from 2008 to 2013 – the vice rector for information and information technologies; since 2010 – the head of the department of information systems, technologies and automation in construction (ISTAS); in 2013 – the vice rector for scientific work, the first vice rector.
In December, 2013 Volkov A.A. was chosen and confirmed to the post of the rector of MGSU.
From the moment of establishment of MGSU of the category "national research university" by the Government of the Russian Federation in 2010 directs the Program of development of university for 2010-2019.
Professor A.A. Volkov – one of the leading scientists in the field of the theoretical bases and design of functional control systems of buildings and complexes, information technologies of design and management in construction, Professor Volkov is the acting head of the leading school of sciences of the Russian Federation "The theory and the analysis of systems in construction" ("The systems engineer of construction" professor Alexander Antonovich Gusakov), the author of a new conceptual paradigm in construction – "the intelligence quotient of buildings" (BIQ – Building Intelligence Quotient).
(2003 - 2013)
1970 - graduated from Mechanical faculty of the Moscow institute of civil engineers of V.V.Kuybyshev as the mechanical engineer.
In 1971 he passed to work into MISI of V.V.Kuibyshev, having begun with a position of the engineer of the research sector.
In 1978 he defended the master's thesis in "Technology of the organization of industrial and civil engineering".
In 1994 he defended the doctoral dissertation on the subject "Scientific and Methodological Bases of Design of Flexible Construction Technologies" in "System of automation of design".
Since 1991 - the head of the department,
Since 1996 - the vice rector for scientific work of MGSU.
In December, 2003 he was elected to Rector of MGSU.
In 2008 he was elected to rector for the second term.
In 2013 he was confirmed to the post of the president of MGSU.
Under the leadership of V. I. Telichenko MGSU was among the leading technical university of Russia. In 2007 MGSU became the winner of competition of Innovative educational programs. In 2010 MGSU was appropriated the prestigious category "National Research University" which opened new opportunities for development of construction science and education.
KARELIN Vladimir Yakovlevich
(1983 - 2002)
1954 - graduated with honors from faculty of hydrotechnical construction of MISI n.a. V.V.Kuibyshev.
1958 - defended his candidate theses, in 1975 - doctor's theses. Under his management and with his direct participation in MGSU a number of large scientific works on improvement of characteristics, to increase of reliability and durability of the capital power equipment is executed.
1976-1997 - the head of the department of use of water energy.
1972-1983 - the dean of faculty of hydrotechnical construction.
1988-2003 - the chairman of the board of educational and methodical merger of higher education institutions of the Russian Federation by training in the field of construction. V. Ya. Karelin was the member of council of the Russian Union of rectors, the member of presidiums of Council of rectors of higher education institutions of Moscow and Association of the Moscow higher education institutions. V. Ya. Karelin wasfull member and Honorary academician of Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences and many foreign academies.
1991 - it is elected the President of Association of construction higher education institutions of the CIS.
1983-2002 - the Rector of MISI (MGSU).
STRELCHUK Nikolay Antonovich
(1956 - 1983)
1932 - graduated from Chemical institute of technology in Odessa as a chemical engineer, the technologist. He worked at the factories of the defensive industry.
1935 - He passed to work to the Head department of fire protection of People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs of the USSR.
1937-1952 – the employee of central research institute of fire-prevention defense, then the chief of this institute.
1947 - He defended the candidate theses, in 1957 - doctor's theses.
For his works in the defensive industry he was twice awarded by the State award USSR. In 1947 in group of staff of laboratory of photo elasticity of MISI for works in the field of research of tension in construction designs under the influence of dynamic loadings N. A. Strelchuk got the third State award.
1952 - the professor of the USSR higher Ministry of Internal Affairs officer school.
1953 - the professor of department of safety measures and fire-prevention equipment of MISI.
1954 - He was approved in the associate professor's rank, in 1959 the Doctor of Engineering N. A. Strelchuk received the Professor rank. With his direct participation the MISI-MGSU complex on Yaroslavskoye Highway was under construction.
1956-1983 - the Rector of MISI.
UKHOV Boris Sergeevich
(1950 - 1956)
1924 - He graduated from the Leningrad institute of engineers of means of communication and he was sent to the main aircraft fleet industry. He participated in construction of a seadrome in Leningrad. Since 1928 I worked in various construction trusts, projected industrial and civil facilities.
1937 - He passed to the leading work in system of the state construction ministries.
Since March, 1942 he began pedagogical work on the organization, mechanization and technology of construction production at Engineering and economic institute and after continued it in MISI.
For 1945-1946 - he was recalled to Germany as the head of group of studying of the German construction equipment.
1947 - becomes professor and the head of the department of economy and the organization of construction.
1950-1956 - the Rector of MISI and at the same time the head of the department of economy and the organization of construction which he headed up to the death in 1959.
KARPECHENKO Mikhail Semenovich
1930-1932 - He studied in the Moscow highest construction school, then he passed
in the RKKA Military and engineering academy of V.V.Kuibyshev from which graduated in 1936 as an engineer-architect.
1931-1936 - He worked in MISI part-time, and from 1936 to 1941 on established posts of the teacher, deputy dean. In the years of the War he participated in a construction of defensive objects.
1944 - the head of a teaching department of MISI and the associate professor of architecture.
From July, 1947 to 1950 - the Rector of MISI.
LAZUKOV Nikolay Vasilyevich
1929 - He graduated from the Perm evening working university.
1932-1934 - He studied in postgraduate study, then he passed to practical work.
1933-1934 - the head of the group of engineers on construction of Kamsky hydroelectric power station.
1934-1936 - the head and the chief engineer of construction of plant of Dzerzhinsky to Perm.
1936-1938 - the chief engineer and the site manager of Zaporozhstal in Zaporozhye.
1938 - He passed to work into the construction education area:
1938-1939 - the rector of the Kiev construction institute.
1939-1943 - the chief of the main department educational institutions of Narkomstroy.
From September, 1943 to June, 1947 - the rector of MISI, the associate professor of construction production department.
1947 - Lazukov N.V. is appointed the deputy minister of the higher education.
KORCHEMSKY Moisey Yuryievich
(1941 - 1943)
1931 - He graduated from the Dnepropetrovsk institute of civil engineering (DISI) majoring in the civil engineer, the designer.
1938 - He was appointed to director (rector) of the Dnepropetrovsk institute of civil engineering . In August, 1941 DISI was evacuated to Novosibirsk.
Since September, 1941 - M. Yu. Korchemsky is appointed to director (rector) of MISI evacuated to Novosibirsk by the people's commissariat of construction. In this position he had been working till the return of institute to Moscow in September, 1943.
ZENKOV Ivan Stepanovitch
1922 - he directed on workers' faculty.
1928 - graduated from the Moscow institute of engineers of communication, having received profession of the engineer. He was sent to the USA for professional development, then he held an important post in Ministry of Railways.
1934-1942 - the director (rector) of MISI.
Being the vigorous creative person, he managed to attract famous scientists to scientific and teaching work at the institute, among S. N. Stroganov, I.M. Rabinovich, K.N. Gorsky, etc. In a year after I.S. Zenkov's arrival the number of professors increased with 52 to 73 people, in two years the number of associate professors grew up with 90 to 170 people.
1935 – Eight prominent scientists - teachers of higher education institution achieves degree of the candidate, and then Doctor of Engineering without protection of the thesis in consequence of help of Zenkov I.S. In May, 1942 I.S. Zenkov is transferred to other work.
1945-1964 – He is engaged in the organization of the correspondence construction education.
SHISHKIN Zakhar Nesterovitch
1901 - graduated from institute of engineers of communication in St. Petersburg.
1912 - began teaching activity in construction and technical school of Moscow.
1921 - professor Z.N.Shishkin became the first director (rector) of Practical construction institute from what history of MISI begins. In this position he worked till 1923. He taught in the Moscow highest technical school (in MGTU of N.E. Bauman) later, he was the head of the design department of Vodokanalstroy of VSNKh.
In 1930-1932 - the dean of office of water supply in the Educational and construction combine reorganized in 1933 in MISI.
He took active part in creation of the Moscow institute of engineers of municipal services where further he passed to the main work, without losing communication with MISI.