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Overview

Сondensed matter physics is a branch of physics devoted to studies of the structure and properties of substances in a condensed state (solid and liquid, crystalline and amorphous, inanimate matter and biological objects). Almost all fields of human activity (solid state physics, atomic and nuclear physics, biophysics, geophysics, solid state chemistry and biochemistry, geology, metallurgy, medicine, and many others) are either directly related to studies of condensed state matter or they use methods and concepts developed in condensed matter physics.

 

This program was designed to train highly qualified specialists in the areas of development, analysis, and application of new materials for space, military-industrial complex, medicine, nuclear energy production industry, non-destructive testing in industry and customer service. However, a person possessing fundamental knowledge in physics and the ability to solve differential equations can find a job in a fairly wide area. For example, there are many physicists and mathematicians among scriptwriters and scientific journalists, as well as developers of video games. Thus, this program provides you with really useful skills.


Degree title                           
Bachelor of Science in Physics
Duration4 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 graduates will be able to:

  • know and use about trends and directions of condensed matter physics
  • apply fundamentals of modern physical equipment for professional activity and basic software products
  • know and apply hardware components of modern scientific equipment
  • apply various methods and computer technologies for modeling physical experiments
  • apply various methods of physical analysis and studies
  • know and apply typical methods for assessing technical and economic effectiveness of scientific projects
  • basic skills for handling and use modern physical equipment and facility


Curriculum

The curriculum was developed in collaboration with international partners and includes:

  • Electronics of Physical Installations
  • Fundamentals of Hydrogen Power Engineering
  • Experimental Methods of Condensed State Studies
  • Fundamentals of Plasma Physics
  • General Physics (mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, optics, physics of atoms and atomic phenomena, physics of the atomic nucleus and particles)
  • Theoretical Physics
  • Methods of Mathematical Physics;
  • Mathematics
  • Professional English
  • Informatics (programming, computational physics, numerical methods and mathematical modeling)
  • Chemistry
  • Logistics
  • Marketing of Innovations;
  • Legal Support of Business
  • Interaction of Radiation and Plasma with Matter
  • Physical Basis of Nanomaterials
  • Fundamentals of Plasma Physics
  • Introduction of Hydrogen Energy
  • Experimental Methods in Study of Condensed State
  • and others


Areas of expertise and employment

The graduates will be qualified specialists and will obtain the necessary knowledge and skills to work as:

  • research and academic fellows
  • engineers
  • staff members of quality insurance laboratory
  • heads of research projects
  • experts at custom service
  • developers of research software


Partners

The program has a wide network of international partners:

  • New Mexico State University (New Mexico, USA)
  • Vienna Technical University (Vienna, Austria)
  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Karlsruhe, Germany)
  • Saint-Petersburg State University (Russia)
  • Russian Federal Nuclear Center (Snezhinsk, Russia)
  • Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna, Russia)
  • Russian Federal Nuclear Center (Sarov, Russia)
  • Balakovskaya Nuclear Power Plant (Russia)



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