- Y. V. Petrov’s lecture «Physics of Condensed matter in SPbU: from elementary particles to Mega-Science facilities and beyond». The online-presentation will take place 12th of May at 3 pm (Moscow time)
- V. I. Zherebchevsky’s and V.N. Kovalenko’s lecture «Modern research at Mega-Science facilities». The online-presentation will take place 13th of May at 3 pm (Moscow time)
The online-presentation of the SPbU Master programme «Condensed Matter Physics at MEGA-Science Facilities» taught in English.
You have a unique opportunity to apply for this programme to places funded by the Russian Government. The admissions test is held in the form of a competitive selection of documents (portfolios). In order to apply, you have to fill in an application and submit the required documents electronically through your Personal Account. The deadline for the submission of the application for the government-funded places is 21.05.2021.
The students of this programme are introduced to the theory and practice of Condensed Matter Physics studied by means of neutron scattering and synchrotron radiation. They are expected to carry out fundamental research making full use of the MEGA-Science Facilities of the University.
Graduates are able to describe the processes of generation, propagation and scattering of coherent radiation, control parameters of neutron and synchrotron beams.
The programme is developed and taught in cooperation with Rosatom corporation — the biggest producer of electricity in Russia boasting the largest foreign project portfolio in the world with 35 power units at different stages of implementation in 12 countries. This offers amazing career opportunities to the programme alumni.
The priority partner of the programme The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has a training practice base appropriate for the programme’s area of study: the Research Neutron Source Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (MLZ) with the research reactor FRM II.