Doctoral students do research at the Laboratory of Metallurgy of the Light Metals under the supervision of Professor Petr Polyakov.
Their research focuses on studying high-temperature electrochemical processes and designing new types of environmentally friendly and energy efficient electrolyzers.
Professor Petr Polyakov’s research interests are high-temperature electrochemical processes, electrometallurgy of aluminum and electrolyzer design.
Master’s degree in Chemistry, Physics, Material Science or Metallurgy (transcript of records), an adequate level of English proficiency (certificate or another document)
Apply to The Centre for International Education and Certified Testing for a certificate if you do not have it, the Russian language preparatory course is available.
On-campus accommodation is available: single ensuite room 45 € per month, twin ensuite room 30 € per month.
Airport transfer, invitation letter for a Russian study visa and an optional survival course of Russian as a foreign language are provided by the University.
- Autoclave processes with participation of precious metals
- Recycling spent automotive and industrial catalysts
- Extractive metallurgy of non-ferrous metals
Theory of Non-Ferrous Extractive Metallurgy 2 (72) 2
- Processing of experimental data 3 (108)
- Methodology of Ph.D. Thesis Preparation 3 (108)
- Academic English 3 (108)
- Basic English 3 (108)
- Russian (fee will apply) 3 (108)
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Last updated February 14, 2018