Functional Micro-and Nanostructures

Outcome (diploma or credits): PhD degree in Functional Micro- and Nanostructures
Duration: 3 Years, 180 credits
Application Deadline: 15 September 2015
Tuition fee: 150 000 RUR per year
Enrollment status: full-time
Training term: 3 years
Qualification: PhD Degree



The curriculum includes the following advanced courses: numerical simulation of micro- and nanostructures, methods for investigation of nanosurface topology, technology of micro- and nanostructures and other courses, useful for PhD students for writing a dissertation, participation in research projects, etc. The major part of research work is focused on fabrication of micro- and nanostructures for optics and electronics.
Required background: Fundamentals of solid-state physics, fundamentals of chemistry, programming, vacuum technology.
The aim of the program is to prepare highly qualified scientists, capable to develop and investigate components for micro- and nanoelectronics, microoptics, sensorics and nanophotonics.

Professional skills
The graduates will obtain the following professional skills:
- Using AFM and SEM for micro- and nanostructure characterization;
- Optical and electronic microcomponents design and engineering;
- Performing research in the field of micro- and nanostructures.

Brief Description of the PhD Program 


Ilya Kudryavtsev 
Tel.: +7(846) 267 43 29
Anna Stepashkina
Tel.: +7(846) 267 49 90
International Department 
Tel.: +7(846) 267 43 73