28.03.01 Nanotechnology and microsystems engineering

This area of instruction is designed to train specialists in the field of nanotechnologies and microsystems engineering, the development foundation of the modern information technology sector. Students are instructed in physics, quantum mechanics, materials science, nanostructured materials, and the physical foundations of micro- and nanosystems engineering.
Level of education:
Bachelor’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Physics
Programs, specializations:
Physics and nanosystems technology
Fields of professional activity: theoretical and experimental research, mathematical and computer modeling, design, manufacture processes and use/operation of materials, nano- and microsystem devices and appliances with various functionalities, development and application of nanotechnology processes and nanodiagnostic methods.
Students receive instruction in nano- and microsystem materials and devices, appliances and units on their basis, nanoelectronic technologies, nanodiagnostic methods, equipment for the synthesis, diagnostics and testing of nano- and microsystem materials and components.
Alumni can be employed as
  • nanomaterials manufacture engineer
  • metrologist in the field of nanotechnology and nanomaterials
  • microelectronics
  • nanoelectronic materials scientist
  • developer/programmer
  • electronics engineer
  • manufacturing engineer
  • design engineer
  • production foreman
Program subjects
  • Experiment planning, data processing and interpretation
  • Physical principles of nanotechnology and microsystems engineering
  • Quantum mechanics and statistical physics
  • Condensed state physics
  • Micro- and nanosystem diagnostics and analysis methods
  • Modeling and design of micro- and nanosystems
  • Materials science and processes to produce nanostructured materials
  • Micro- and nanosystem devices
  • Leading-edge nanomaterials
  • Structure of materials
  • Research management
Graduating department:
Nanoelectronics Department