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The following Master degree program was designed within the framework of a specialization Nuclear Physics and Technology. The field of professional activity of the program graduates is related to:

  • plasmatrons; plasma, laser, membrane, ion-exchange installations; technologies for obtaining monoisotope and isotopically modified products
  • mathematical models for theoretical and experimental studies of phenomena and laws in the field of physics of separation of isotopic and molecular mixtures
  • equipment for testing; control systems of buffer amplifier; technological equipment for processing, recycling and disposal of industrial waste

For example, Tomsk University has more than 30 research laboratories and R&D centers, Nuclear Research Reactors, Material Measurement Center, and many others.  Additionally, the area Nuclear Physics and Technology is one of the promising area, which is currently thirsty of good specialists. The following program considerably increases your chances to find a high paying job.

Degree title                           

Master of Science in Physics and Technology

Duration2 academic years
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 Nuclear-Fuel Cycle

Learning output

The program graduates receive the necessary competencies, allowing them equally professional to solve scientific, engineering and production problems of enterprises, and to implement the results into production. It is worth mentioning, that Tomsk Polytechnic University possesses advanced facility and equipment, allowing students to practice theoretical knowledge and gain practical skills.


The program curriculum includes the following subjects:

  • Modern Technologies for Producing Nanostructured Materials
  • Isotopically Modified Materials
  • Laser Isotope Technologies and Laser Diagnostic Methods
  • Plasma Technologies of Nuclear Fuel Cycle
  • Reactor Production of Isotopes
  • Gas Phase Isotope Separation Methods
  • Electrochemical Technology of Isotope Separation
  • Membrane Processes and Technologies
  • Professional English
  • and others
Areas of expertise and employment

The program graduates will be able to work as engineers, designers, researchers, engineers of nuclear reactors, operators of reactor units, chief engineers, and deputy heads of nuclear power plants.

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