Applied Physics and Mathematics

03.04.01In russian

Level of education Master

Type of instruction Full-time

Duration 2 years

Main courses
  • Professional English
  • Professional Spanish
  • History and Methodology of Applied Physics and Mathematics
  • Professional German
  • Professional French
Our advantages
  • Students receive fundamental knowledge of physics, mathematics, applied mathematics, and professional programming in modern programming languages.
  • They master state-of-the-art tools of parallel and distributed computing technologies.
  • Fundamental training is combined with practical work in educational and scientific laboratories using the most advanced physical equipment of the resource centres of the St Petersburg University Research Park.
  • Cutting-edge computing, information technology and computer tools are used in teaching and research.
Career opportunities

The graduates can work at universities and research centres, industry-specific research organisations, R&D companies and IT companies.

Professions

  • Specialist in computer-aided design of technological processes
  • IT specialist in contemporary physics experiment
  • Physicist-researcher
  • Software engineer
  • Programmer
  • Analyst
  • Design engineer
International relations
  • Stockholm University (Sweden)
  • Université Paul Sabatier (France)
  • Leibnitz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology (Germany)
  • Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)
  • Jagiellonian University (Poland)
Main areas of research
  • Computational physics
  • Electron-ion processes in fluids
  • Magnetic resonance and tomography
  • Nanobiophysics
  • Optics of semiconductor nanostructures and nanotechnology
  • Laser physics and quantum optics
  • Physics of the ocean and atmosphere
  • Physical fundamentals of diagnostic assessment of functional materials