The program is designed for young researchers who want to pursue their education in the field of theoretical and applied physics as well as other interdisciplinary natural and engineering sciences. You will be conducting your research about physical phenomena, their principles and processes.
The program is launched under the major 03.06.01 “Physics and Astronomy” and is supervised by Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor Sergey Mukhin — an international research scientist in the field of quantum order parameters, quantum phase transitions and the theory of electronic quantum phenomena in nanosystems, a student of the Nobel Prize laureate Alexey Abrikosov.
Teaching is carried out entirely in English.
The educational process involves international scientists and teachers: Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Head of the NUST MISIS Laboratory of Separation and Pre-Concentration in the Chemical Diagnostics of Functional Materials and Environmental Objects Petr Fedotov; Ph.D., Head of the Laboratory of Biomedical Nanomaterials Maxim Abakumov; Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Head of the NUST MISIS Laboratory of Physical Methods, Acousto-Optic and Laser Apparatus for Cancer Diagnostics and Therapy Efim Khazanov.
In addition, as part of academic mobility programs, graduate students will be able to go on internships at one of the partner universities, including the University of Johannesburg, University of Rome Tor Vergata and Copenhagen University.
Every international postgraduate student admitted to NUST MISIS will be given the opportunity to participate in a competition for a researcher-engineer position at one of the University`s leading laboratories. The competition’s winners will be able to conduct research, lead the research work of international master`s degree students, and prepare methodological materials. Having a scientific article published in at least a second quartile journal is a mandatory requirement.