Learn about the physics laying behind modern nanotechnology!
The program is tailored to BSc graduates who wish to deepen their knowledge of physics and who are looking to pursue a research career within a university, industrial or research laboratory. Along with lecture courses, the program pays great attention to the work of students in research groups working in promising areas of modern physics: nanostructures and nanostructured materials, condensed matter physics, physics of advanced materials possessing unique properties.
Program profile. Major areas of expertise:
Condensed matter physics
Optics and spectroscopy
Nanostructures and nanomaterials
Basics of semiconductor technology
Basics of technology of optoelectronic devices
Basic background and research experience at the top of modern physics.
Potential to R&D in a variety of fields.
Excellent analytical, critical, and problem-solving skills.
Communication and study skills: the ability to manage their own learning and to make use of primary research sources and reviews.
Transferable skills, necessary for employment: initiative, decision making, and ability to undertake further professional training.
Curriculum (General Modules)
Condensed Matter Physics
Research and Master thesis
Bachelor in Physics, Engineering Physics, Applied Physics, Materials Science, or similar
English language proficiency B+ level
Examination in the field of Physics
Interview with the program coordinator
ParisTech (France) DD
University of Technology Troyes (France)
Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)
Staying in the most beautiful city of Russia - Saint-Petersburg - will reward you with an unforgettable experience!
Upon graduating from the Master's program, students will have the skills necessary for a successful career as a research physicist, whether in industry, academia, or elsewhere. Our graduates have the potential to work in a variety of fields, from the development and application of new functional nanostructures and materials to high-technology start-ups.