22.04.01 Materials science and technology

This area of instruction is designed to train specialists in charge of product and process-quality assurance in science-based industries forming the basis of future industrial development.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Chemistry
Programs, specializations:
Metals, Alloys and Composite Materials Science
Instruction is designed to give the students theoretical and practical training in the field of the materials science of metals, alloys, ceramic, polymer and composite materials; they master innovative techniques in metal forming (fabrication) and materials joining processes and in operating various types of equipment, tools, and automation systems.
Alumni can be employed as
  • process engineer
  • research engineer
  • planning engineer (in manufacturing and specific processes)
  • design engineer
  • analyst engineer
  • researcher
  • lecturer
  • scientific advisor
Program subjects
  • Materials science; modern and emerging materials production processes
  • Materials inspection and assessment
  • Scientific foundations of developing composite materials with special properties
  • Computer analysis of material structure
  • Modern materials research methods
  • Smart materials
  • Fundamentals of scientific research
  • Alloy structuring and the physical and mechanical properties of alloys
Graduating department:
B.A. Dogadkin Department of Materials Physics and Chemistry
Theoretical and Applied Materials Science
Students receive theoretical instruction and practical training in the field of research, development, production, and application of polymer composite materials for various purposes in mechanical engineering as well as the aerospace, nuclear energy, nanotechnology, and medical equipment industries.
Alumni can be employed as
  • researcher
  • manufacturing engineer
  • research engineer
  • section supervisor
  • laboratory manager
  • plant manager
Program subjects
  • Heterogeneous polymer systems
  • Mesh polymer structure and properties
  • Chemical modification of polymers
  • Polymer aging and stabilization
  • Modern polymer materials
  • Prediction of elastomer products’ service life
  • Elastomer materials for extreme operating conditions
  • Mechanical inspection methods for raw materials and supplies
  • Conformity verification of polymer materials and products
Graduating department:
B.A. Dogadkin Department of Materials Physics and Chemistry