The Institute of Physics and technical: (IPT) is a scientific research organization established by order of the Council of Ministers of the Kazakh SSR of December 27, 1990.
In 2007, the Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan IPT was reorganized into the Institute of Physics and technical Limited Partnership. The institute is located in the Alatau microdistrict, twenty kilometers from Almaty.The Institute of Physics-Technical (IPT) is a research organization established by Decree of the Council of Ministers of the Kazakh SSR of December 27, 1990.
The main areas of research at the Institute of Physics and technical: Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science, High Energy and Cosmic Ray Physics. The scientific policy of the Institute is developed by the Scientific Council of the Institute. The IPT includes seven laboratories, each of which has a scientific and technological infrastructure for conducting fundamental and applied research. The Institute has three laboratory and production buildings with a total area of 8,800 kilometers with energy, water and heat supply.
An important aspect of the IPT activity is broad international scientific and technical cooperation. The Institute maintains contacts with many countries (Russia, Belarus, USA, Germany, Japan, Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Korea), which include about 70 research centers and universities. Only in Kazakhstan, IPT cooperates with 50 research centers, universities, industrial enterprises and firms from various cities.