22.03.01 Materials science and technology

This area of instruction is designed to train specialists in the field of development, research and use of materials for various applications in such engineering fields as mechanical engineering, instrument engineering, aerospace technology, nuclear power, electronics, nanotechnology, medical equipment, and sports and household appliances.
Level of education:
Bachelor’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Physics/ Chemistry
Programs, specializations:
Materials science and functional materials technology
The program will be of interest to those willing to become professionals in the field of modern structural and functional polymeric and semiconductor materials, including nanocomposites, and in the production processes of composite materials, parts and units. The program may also interest those focused on the development and application of new materials with special, unique or versatile properties.

Students receive theoretical instruction and practical training in developing, producing, exploring, modifying, and use of polymer composite materials for the aerospace, shipbuilding, nuclear power, medical equipment and other high-tech industries.

Classes are held in the university’s state-of-the-art training laboratories as well as the research laboratories of partner institutes and companies. The training program is adapted to the needs of specific employers and is implemented in close cooperation with them.
Alumni can be employed as
  • researcher
  • section supervisor
  • manufacturing engineer
  • chemical engineer
  • research engineer
  • work shift foreman
  • materials scientist
  • materials engineer
Program subjects
  • General materials science and technology
  • Physical and chemical methods of materials research
  • Electrophysical properties of materials
  • Powders, films and fibers
  • Methods of scientific research of materials
  • Polymer chemistry
  • Physics and chemistry of electronic engineering materials
  • Corrosion and metal protection
  • Polymer recycling engineering
  • Inorganic materials and products engineering
  • Materials and coatings engineering
  • Raw materials and manufacturing equipment for polymer products
  • Manufacturing equipment for inorganic functional materials
  • Production of metallic powders, fibers and filamentous crystals
  • Polymer physics and mechanics
  • Physics of inorganic functional materials
  • Physics and chemistry of metal composites
Graduating department:
B.A. Dogadkin Department of Materials Physics and Chemistry