Applied Physics and Mathematics
03.03.01 In english and russian
Level of education Bachelor
Type of instruction Full-time
Duration 4 years
The programme provides in-depth and balanced training for high calibre experts in the fields of physics, mathematics and information technology for research and innovative developments in fundamental physico-mathematical, applied and interdisciplinary areas.
The programme is suitable for those who want to: work for modern high-tech enterprises with research-intensive world-class production; participate in conducting R&D in engineering and applied physics; and introduce new cutting-edge technologies and devices through the methods and approaches of applied mathematics and physics.
- Algorithms and Programming
- Computer-Aided Facilities and Systems
- Laboratory in Experimental Physics
- Methods of Computational Physics
- Introduction to Contemporary Computer Technologies
- Higher Algebra
- Higher Mathematics
- Quantum Mechanics
- Computer Simulation in Physics
- Mathematical Analysis
- Methods of Mathematical Physics
- Fundamentals of Quantum Microphysics
- Fundamentals of Solid State Physics
- The bachelor's programme ‘Applied Physics and Mathematics’ is aimed at an in-depth study of modern computer and information technology. It makes it possible to carry out productive research in various fields of physics, engineering and technology.
- Students master advanced methods for solving applied problems and acquire in-depth knowledge in the fields of physics and mathematics.
- The training is based on the combination of fundamental education with practical work in academic and research laboratories, as well as at enterprises of potential employers
- Throughout the training, lecturers and students work together to solve problems that are novel and of considerable practical importance.
- Graduates of the programme are fully prepared for continuing their education in master’s programmes and for a successful academic career.
- Stockholm University (Sweden)
- Paul Sabatier University (France)
- The Leibnitz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology (Germany)
- The Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)
- The programme is aimed at training specialists in the fields of physics, mathematics and information technology for research and innovative developments in fundamental physico-mathematical, applied and interdisciplinary areas
- The graduates are trained to work for modern high-tech enterprises with research-intensive world-class production conducting R&D in engineering and applied physics and introducing new cutting-edge technologies and devices through the methods and approaches of applied mathematics and physics
- Design engineer
- Specialist in computer-aided design of technological processes
- IT specialist in contemporary physics experiment
- Teacher (teaching activity in pre-school, primary general, basic general, secondary general education)
- Teacher of professional training, vocational education, and lifelong professional education and training
- Software developer
- Expert in research and engineering