In conformity with the program, qualified personnel is trained, specifically those who have mastered up-to-date technologies for the synthesis and processing of polymers for high-tech industries. The training is based on modern achievements of science and technology in chemistry, technology for processing polymer materials, and manufacturing products based on them.
The professional activity of graduates includes developing methods and means to obtain substances and materials, as well as the development of methods to receive products for various purposes on their basis; conducting chemical and physical analysis of substances and materials; carrying out research and monitoring properties of substances, materials and products.
Areas of research are associated with the development of unconventional technologies for the production of monomers and polymers for agriculture, mechanical engineering, defense industry, medicine and space.
Particular attention in training Bachelor’s degree holders is paid to the study of the interconnection between the structure, composition and properties of polymers. Practical classes are held in educational laboratories with modern equipment.
Alumni can be employed as
- chemical engineers
- process engineers
- research engineers
- master technologists
- Chemistry and physics of polymers
- Polymer synthesis technology
- Technology for the synthesis of monomers
- Technology of plastics processing
- Elastomer processing technology
- Scientific research in the field of technology and polymer processing
- Processing of organosilicon monomers and polymers
- Technology for the production of plastic products
- Technological aspects of processing elastomeric materials
- Technology for the production of products from polymer materials
- Chemical technology for processing elastomeric materials
- Information technology in the chemistry of organosilicon monomers and polymers
- Basic rules and laws for creating polymer composite materials
• Department of Chemistry and Technology of Elastomer Processing named after F.F. Kosheleva
• Department of Chemistry and Technology of Organo-element Compounds named after K.A. Andrianova
• Department of Chemistry and Technology of Plastics and Polymer Composites Processing