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Overview

Tomsk Polytechnic University designed a system of physical and technical education, which is based on a unique academic and engineering foundation. It allows training professionals equally qualified in research and industrial issues. Moreover, according to the THE World University Ranking by subject Physical Sciences is one of the TOP-5 Russian and the TOP-150 international universities. The close collaboration with major research and industrial centers assists to train specialists for a wide range of enterprises of the nuclear fuel cycle and energy industries, engineering, and other high-tech industries. They will be able to:

  • apply and develop new methods of experimental studies of structures and properties of condensed substances
  • work at enterprises engaged in the production of high-tech products, requiring application of plasma and radiation technologies
  • conduct operation, preventive maintenance, diagnostics of technical condition, and repair measures of equipment of enterprises for the liquefaction of natural gas

Along with its own training facility, the Master program uses the facility of the University international R&D laboratories and centers, and even the Research Nuclear Reactor of Tomsk Polytechnic University. This integration of the students in real science allows training and practicing their real skills, important for the following professional activities either in industries or in research domain.


Degree title                           

Master of Science in Condensed Matter Physics (Physics)


Duration2 academic years
LanguageRussian
Application deadline10.08 (fall semester)
Contact for application issues

International Admission Office (preferably)

E-mail: omrs@tpu.ru

Tel: +7 (3822) 60-64-76

Online Application


Program contacts:

Division for Experimental Physics


Learning output

The program was designed to equip students with necessary skills, allowing them to:

  • work in the areas of hydrogen energy, nanotechnology, nuclear energy, energy-saving and resource efficient technologies, and etc.
  • conduct research of defects in solids matter and radiation effects in condensed matter
  • apply methods of nuclear analysis of solids matter and apply isotopic, chemical and structural analyzes using atomic physics methods
  • design mathematical and computer models of physical phenomena
  • prepare and conduct research activities and economic calculation, marketing forecasting, and project management
  • conduct professional and academic communication, carry out business correspondence and prepare presentations in English


Curriculum

The program curriculum includes the following subjects:

 

  • Professional English
  • Mathematical Processing of Measurement Results
  • Application of Accelerators in Science, Industry, and Medicine
  • Isotope Separation Methods
  • Surface Physics and Thin Films
  • Experimental Studies of Heat and Mass Transfer and Gas-Dynamic Processes
  • Protection Against Photon Radiation
  • Nuclear Energy Technology
  • Theory and Properties of Crystals and Disordered Materials
  • Physical and Chemical Foundations of Heat and Mass Transfer Processes
  • Computer Technologies in Science and Education
  • Mathematical Modeling of Physical Processes
  • Fundamentals of Computed Tomography
  • Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials
  • Isotopic, Chemical and Structural Analysis of Surface by Atomic Physics
  • Physical and Chemical Properties of Gases
  • Monte Carlo Method in the Theory of Radiation Transfer
  • Water Treatment at Enterprises of Nuclear Industry
  • Impact of Plasma and Charged Particle Beams on Matter
  • and others

Areas of expertise and employment

The program graduates can work as researchers at research centers and universities and as specialists and engineers at high-tech enterprises operating in the field of hydrogen energy, space technology, electronics, materials science, and others.


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