12.03.02 Optical engineering

This area of training will be of interest to students willing to be involved in research, development and application of instruments and systems based on the use of optical waves, opto-technology hardware components, or in matters of controlling optical and electrooptic elements, devices and systems. The knowledge and skills obtained are applicable to a wide range of development areas, from microscopes and interference-based measurement systems to systems operating in outer space.
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:
Optical Technologies
The program is for the training of specialists in computer support for modern precision technologies in optics, optoelectronics and precision instrument manufacture, capable of developing and operating optical, laser and fiber-optic elements, instruments, systems and complexes at science-based enterprises and organizations in the electronics and instrument-making industry, as well as the aerospace and military-industrial complexes.
Instruction is conducted in modern laboratories, either belonging to the department or to its partner enterprises, where alumni can be employed upon completion.
Professions that a graduate can choose
  • design engineer
  • manufacturing engineer
  • service engineer for optical and optoelectronic devices, systems, and complexes
  • laser equipment engineer/operator
Specialized disciplines
  • Fundamentals of optics
  • Quantum mechanics
  • Optical coatings
  • Optical measurements
  • Laser equipment
  • Fundamentals of optical surface formation
  • Physical foundations of fiber optics
  • Fundamentals of crystal physics
  • Optical instrument assembly and alignment
  • Fiber optic technology
  • Laser technology for materials treatment
  • Optical production process control
  • Optoelectronic elements technology
Graduating department:
Optical and Biotechnical Systems and Technologies Department