Physics

English taught

Russian taught

Start: 1 September 2021

Degree: Master 

Duration: 2 years

ECTS: 120

Language: Russian

Application deadline: 20 July 2021

Website: http://www.ff.tsu.ru/

Contact: dean@phys.tsu.ru

 

Academic programs within the area "Physics" :

1. Fundamental and Applied Physics 

Areas of specialization:
- Theoretical and mathematical physics
- Physics of elementary particles
- Physics of atoms and molecules
- Physics of condensed matter
- Semiconductor physics
- Plasma physics
- Theoretical and practical astronomy
- Physics in the modern school

2.  Information Systems and Technologies in Geodesy and Cartography

Areas of specialization:
- Information processes and technologies
- Networks and their support
- GIS and GLONASS / GPS technologies in geodesy

3. Physics Methods and Information Technologies in Biomedicine

Physics methods involving laser radiation, X-ray apparatus, computed tomography, MRI, and methods and tools of nuclear medicine are now widely used in medicine for treatment and diagnosis. Complex electronic equipment – various types of accelerators, thermal imaging cameras, EEG devices – is becoming more popular. Advanced information technologies and high-performance computing systems enable efficient processing of multidimensional data. Consequently, knowledge in physics, mathematics, electronic, computer science and comprehensive understanding of medical tasks are required to provide research and healthcare institutions with qualified specialists.

On the other hand, rapid growth of knowledge in such spheres as virology, bacteriology, immunology, oncology, genetic engineering, and genetic therapy is accompanied by increasing attention to the influence of the environment on human health. Biophysics, bioelectronics, and nanotechnologies provide great opportunities for developing new medicine, screening methods, and highly sensitive biosensors.

The Master’s Programme allows students to gain knowledge in modern physics, information technologies, and biomedicine and helps them to broaden their understanding and improve their professional skills in natural sciences.

Of great importance is the application of physics concepts and modern physics methods and techniques, devices, and technologies to research into the human body and enhancement of the quality of diagnosis, prevention, and treatment.

1. Fundamental and Applied Physics 

Areas of specialization:
- Theoretical and mathematical physics
- Physics of elementary particles
- Physics of atoms and molecules
- Physics of condensed matter
- Semiconductor physics
- Plasma physics
- Theoretical and practical astronomy
- Physics in the modern school

Core courses

 

2.  Information Systems and Technologies in Geodesy and Cartography

Areas of specialization:
- Information processes and technologies
- Networks and their support
- GIS and GLONASS / GPS technologies in geodesy

Core courses

 

3. Physics Methods and Information Technologies in Biomedicine

 


The basic structural units of the faculty are departments. They include teaching laboratories and computer classes for support of the educational process. In addition, the Faculty established a number of research laboratories.
Now the structure of Faculty of Physics has 8 departments, which include 7 laboratories and 4 branch of departments in academic institutions.

  1. Astronomy and Space Geodesy
  2. Quantum Field Theory
  3. General and Experimental Physics
  4. Optics and Spectroscopy
  5. Theoretical Physics
  6. Metal Physics
  7. Plasma Physics
  8. Semiconductor Physics

And also there is the Museum of the History of Physics and Physics and Mathematical School.

 

Department  of  General and Experimental Physics. Established in  1888

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Head of the Department  -
professor
Vladimir P. Demkin 
 
Phone:  +7 (3822) 529-848
e-mail:demkin@ido.tsu.ru

 

Department  of Theoretical Physics. Established in  1929

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Head of the Department -
professor
Alexander V. Shapovalov 
 
Phone: +7 (3822) 52 98-43
e-mail: shpv@phys.tsu.ru

 

Department  of  Metal Physics. Established in  1939


Head of the Department  -
Ivan A. Ditenberg 
 
Phone:  +7 (3822) 529-637
e-mail: ditenberg_i@mail.ru

 

Department  of  Optics and Spectroscopy. Established in  1939

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Head of the Department  -
professor
Victor N. Cherepanov
 
Phone:  +7 (3822) 529-640
e-mail:vnch@phys.tsu.ru

 

Department  of  Quantum Field Theory. Established in  1974

Head of the Department  -
professor
Simon L. Lyakhovich 
 
Phone:  +7 (3822) 529-843
e-mail:sll@phys.tsu.ru

 

 

Department  of  Plasma Physics.  Established in 1984


Head of the Department -
professor
Mikhail I. Lomaev
 
Phone:  8-(960)-976-8229.
e-mail: lomaev@loi.hcei.tsc.ru

 

Department  of Semiconductor Physics. Established in  1991

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Head of the Department  -
professor
Yuri Yu. Hervieu
 
Phone:  +7 (3822) 529-637
e-mail:  ervye@mail.tsu.ru

 

Department of  Astronomy and Space Geodesy. Established in  2001

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Head of the Department -
professor
Victor A. Avdyushev 
 
Phone: +7 (3822) 529-776
e-mail: astro.tsu@mail.ru


 

 


 

Required documents (to be submitted online):

 

1) a passport copy;

2) a Bachelor's diploma copy (OR a registrar-issued transcript of grades for the last semester); upon arrival students must provide the admissions committee with an original document;

NOTE! documents received in a foreign country are submitted legalized in accordance with the procedure established by the legislation of the Russian Federation, or with the apostille (except when, in accordance with legislation of the Russian Federation and (or) an international treaty legalization and apostille are not required)

3) certified translation of the diploma and the passport into Russian language (can be submitted upon the arrival)

4) a completed application form (online)

5) other diplomas and certificates proving any other achievements (if available)

6) entrance exams:

                - written test in Physics

                - an interview 

Tuition fee per year is 223 700 rub.   

                

Scholarships are available via the Russian government scheme.