11.03.04 Electronics and nanoelectronics

Education in the area of electronics and micro- and nanoelectronic technologies forms the basis of modern industrial development. Electronic devices are the heart of any modern system: a robot, a medical appliance, a computer, a car and many others. Leadership in electronics and nanoelectronics is what distinguishes any high-tech nation of today.
Level of education:
Bachelor's degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Place of training:
Moscow
Entrance examination:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Physics
Profiles and specializations:
Nanoelectronics
Students receive education in modern technologies, electronic equipment materials and products, design and uses of electronic instruments and devices; they acquire knowledge and professional skills in conducting theoretical and experimental research, computer modeling, design, engineering, manufacture engineering, use and application of materials, components, electronic instruments and devices, and vacuum, plasma, solid-state, microwave, optical, micro- and nanoelectronic installations with various functionalities and purposes.
Professions that a graduate can choose
  • microelectronics engineer
  • nanomaterials scientist
  • nanoengineer
  • nanotechnology specialist
  • nanophysicist
  • developer/programmer
  • manufacturing engineer
  • design engineer
  • production foreman
Specialized disciplines
  • Electronics and microprocessor technology
  • Fundamentals of electronic component platform design
  • Computer-aided design in electronics
  • Electronic materials and equipment
  • Electronic component platform technologies
  • Leading-edge technological processes of micro- and nanoelectronics
  • Nanoelectronicssmall-scale structure physics
Graduating departments:
•    Department of Nanoelectronics
•    Core Department No. 130 on Solid State Electronics
•    Core Department No. 136 on Microwave Instruments and Devices
•    Core Department No. 146 on Information System and Microwave Technology Materials and Functional Structures
Industrial Electronics
Students receive education in electronics and micro- and nanoelectronic technologies forming the basis of modern industrial development. Educational courses include physics, materials science, chain theory, electronics, micro- and nanoelectronic instruments and devices.

Theoretical and practical training is given in creating electronic devices for various industries. The specialty thus acquired is in high demand, as the students combine strong fundamental learning with essential application skills. The graduating department is equipped with modern equipment and has extensive relations with potential employers.
Professions that a graduate can choose
  • radio engineer
  • radioelectronics engineer
  • electrical engineer
Specialized disciplines
  • Radio circuits and signals
  • Analog electronics
  • Digital electronics and microprocessor technology
  • Electrical circuit theory
  • Electronic device CAD
  • Circuitry engineering
Graduating department:
Department of Nanoelectronics