11.04.04 Electronics and nanoelectronics

Development of new devices and materials for electronics is the larger part of R&D costs in industrialized countries, so more and more researchers are engaged in the area. The rapid advance of the semiconductor industry requires good fundamental training, on the one hand, and involvement of students in actual research, on the other. The Nanoelectronics Department is a leader in research on the subject, and students have every opportunity to become directly involved in cutting-edge research developments.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Place of training:
Moscow
Entrance examination:
— Higher Mathematics
Profiles and specializations:
Micro- and nanoelectronics technologies and devices
Development of new devices and materials for electronics is the most significant part of R&D costs in industrialized countries, so more and more researchers are engaged in the area. The rapid advance of the semiconductor industry requires good fundamental training, on the one hand, and involvement of students in actual research, on the other. The Nanoelectronics Department is a leader in research on the subject, and students have every opportunity to become directly involved in cutting-edge research developments.
Professions that a graduate can choose
  • research engineer
  • technology engineer
  • design engineer
  • university instructor
  • research worker
  • production process planner
Specialized disciplines
  • Dielectric physics
  • Semiconductor physics
  • Solid-state electronics
  • Micro- and nanoelectronics technology
  • Physical chemistry of materials and processes in electronic engineering
  • Leading-edge technological processes in micro- and nanoelectronics
  • Plasma-chemical micro- and nanoelectronics structure formation methods
  • Active dielectric materials
  • Leading-edge micro- and nanoelectronic devices
Graduating departments:
•    Department of Nanoelectronics
•    Core Department No. 130 on Solid State Electronics
•    Core Department No. 146 on Information System and Microwave Technology Materials and Functional Structures