The training program has been developed for students interested in chemical elements, simple molecules and complex compounds in various aggregate states (inorganic and organic substances and materials), obtained as a result of chemical synthesis (laboratory, industrial) or isolated from natural objects, and their practical application.
In the process of training, students receive theoretical knowledge and practical skills in physical, inorganic, organic, colloidal and analytical chemistry, study modern methods of analysis and ways to ensure the reliability of their implementation. Particular attention is given to the preparation and properties of nanoscale materials and methods of their study.
Students are involved in joint research projects with laboratories of research institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences active in priority areas of development of science and technology.
Alumni can work professionally in various area (education and science, healthcare, agriculture, various types of industry and production), as well as engage in R&D (research and development of new types of products and functional materials, quality control of raw materials, semi-finished products and finished products).
Alumni can be employed as
- analytical chemists
- expert chemists
- research chemists
- Research methods in chemistry
- Chemistry of transition elements
- Chemical bases of biological processes
- Chemistry of complex compounds
- Modern approaches to planning chemical processes
- Complex compounds
- Practical applications of spectral methods in analytical chemistry
- Technology of colloids and nanosystems
- Principles and practical applications of catalysis
- Synthesis and research methods of coordination compounds
- Theoretical foundations of modern methods of analysis
- Physicochemical foundations of photochemical processes
- Structure formation of dispersed systems
- Modern organic synthesis
- Practical applications of electrochemical methods in analytical chemistry
- Methods for obtaining inorganic compounds
• Department of Inorganic Chemistry named after A.N. Reformatsky
• Department of Analytical Chemistry named after I.P. Alimarina
• Department of Physical Chemistry named after Ya.K. Syrkin
• Department of Colloidal Chemistry named after S.S. Voyutsky