International Master of Science Education Program
You will become a specialist capable of performing interdisciplinary applied research in the field of physics, chemistry, and materials science using nanotechnologies and technologies for designing nanomaterials.
You will be able to solve physical problems in obtaining and researching advanced materials for nanoelectronics.
You will master the advanced technology of depeloping quantum magnetic and semiconductor materials.
You will use modern methods of studying nanostructures with atomic precision and ultra-high sensitivity.
You will be invited to leading Russian and foreign universities and research institutes as a teacher or researcher (Postdoc).
You can become a researcher or technologist at enterprises producing telecommunication and electronic equipment.
Graduates are provided with the opportunity to continue their education in the postgraduate FEFU full-time with the subsequent employment in the position of a research assistant or senior lecturer.
Number of budget places in the direction of training: 15
Training mode: contact form + online form
Duration of study: 2 years (120 credits)
Implementation language: Russian and English
Entrance examinations are held in the form of a competition of documents (portfolio), taking into account individual achievements.
Rules for admission to magistracy-2020 on the FEFU website
If you have questions about Master Program, please email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Benefits of the program
Students participate in interdisciplinary projects that have received grant support, working with leading teams of FEFU scientists, interning at foreign universities and national laboratories, academic institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences, as well as in laboratories of universities and partner program organizations from APR countries.
We cooperate with leading scientific groups in the field of applied physics, nanoelectronics and physics of magnetic materials from universities of the Asia-Pacific countries:
Oakland University (USA)
Korea University (Korea)
Tohoku University (Japan)
National Tsing-Hua University (Taiwan)
The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
The University of Western Australia (Australia)
University of New South Wales
Institute of Physics CAS (China)
Research is conducted on modern world-class scientific equipment, including electronic and photolithography, electron microscopes, ultrahigh-vacuum installations, vibrating sample magnetometers, optical magnetometers and microscopes, etc.
At the end of the program, successful graduates can
work as a Research Associate or as a Postdoc at leading laboratories in the field of nanoelectronics, magnetism, nanotechnology worldwide.
Total - 120 credits
The base module - 20 credits
Variable module - 40 credits
Scientific work - 54 credits
Thesis - 6 credits
Prof. Andrey Slavin, Oakland University (USA)
Prof. Young Keun KIM, Korea University (Korea)
Prof. Zung-Hang Wei, National Tsing-Hua University (Taiwan)
Prof. Philip Pong, The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Prof Mikhail Kostylev, The University of Western Australia (Australia)
Prof. Oleg Tretiakov, University of New South Wales (Australia)
Prof. Xiufeng Han, Institute of Physics CAS (China)