Master program "Engineering physics"

The Laboratory of Engineering Physics presents to your attention the master's program in the field of engineering physics. This program is designed to bring together in one curriculum the most interesting and useful special courses of several departments of the Faculty of Physics, some basic courses of the Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty and the Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, as well as unique courses of our Laboratory.

If you want to expand your views in the field of intelligent electronics, to study the most promising and sought-after areas of engineering physics, and to gain a unique experience in the field of electronic equipment for the needs of physical research at all levels of its development and use - welcome!

The aim of the master's program "Engineering Physics" is to train specialists with fundamental theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of control theory, robotics, electronic instrumentation, and processing and analysis of experimental data. During the training, our students acquire a wide range of knowledge in the fundamental fields of physical science (laser physics, molecular physics, microwave physics, wave optics) and are able to apply this knowledge in their practical professional work. Our graduates will receive unique skills in designing electronic devices, including the calculation of electronic circuits to ensure the required characteristics, the layout and preparation of printed circuit boards for production, the development of firmware for FPGAs and microcontrollers.


The list of obligatory disciplines of the master's program

  • Machine learning
  • Introduction to circuits and electronics
  • Parallel programming
  • The C++ Modern Programming Language
  • Mathematical methods in control theory and optimization
  • The mechanics of controlled systems
  • Introduction to power electronics
  • Spatio-temporal analysis of stochastic structures

 Special elective courses:

  • Control theory in robotics
  • Graphics card programming
  • Introduction to solid modeling
  • The computational blocks on FPGA
  • The Python Programming Language

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