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Institute of Nuclear Physics and Engineering

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Nuclear Power Engineering and Thermal Physics (14.03.01)
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Nuclear Technologies

The program strives to attract and develop outstanding and diverse students to provide the best education in nuclear engineering.

Curriculum subject areas:

  • homeland security
  • power generation
  • radiation transport methods
  • nondestructive imaging and detection
  • advanced nuclear materials,
  • nuclear reactor thermal hydraulics
  • nuclear safeguards and nonproliferation.

When undergoing practical training, students are becoming a part of research teams and contribute to cutting-edge research in the following subject areas:

  • high-performance computing
  • code benchmarking
  • advanced reactor design
  • fuels for space nuclear power and propulsion
  • neutron transport methods and their application for simulation of real-life nuclear systems
  • nuclear reactor physics
  • advanced nuclear fuel design
  • non-destructive testing and detection. 


Dmitriy Samokhin Russian, English 98 701
2

Research Nuclear Reactors: Physics and Technologies

The program strives to attract and develop outstanding and diverse students to provide the best education in applied nuclear physics.

Curriculum features:

  • particle diffusion and transport
  • radiation transport methods
  • radiation interactions
  • radiation protection and dosimetry
  • nondestructive control
  • advanced nuclear materials
  • research nuclear reactors
  • thermal hydraulics
  • nuclear safeguards and nonproliferation
  • nuclear risk assessment
  • nuclear reactor physics
  • waste management
  • homeland security

Alumni professional activity relates to high-performance computing, code benchmarking, advanced research nuclear reactors design, neutron transport methods, and their application for simulation of real-life nuclear systems, reactor physics, advanced nuclear fuel design, and non-destructive testing and detection.

Oleg Kochnov English 141 415

Nuclear Physics and Engineering (14.03.02)

148 300

1

Nuclear Physics and Cosmophysics

Program objectives:

  • sensitize bachelors about key topics of experimental nuclear physics and cosmic physics;
  • sensitize the knowledge gained in the research work for improving experimental techniques in nuclear physics and cosmophysics;
  • prepare and conduct physical experiments; analyze and interpret their results;
  • solve fundamental problems of nuclear and particle physics. 

Program curriculum

more than 60 courses that provide:

  • basic physical and mathematical training
  • theoretical and practical training in experimental nuclear physics and space physics

Curriculum subject areas

  • experimental and measurement techniques
  • methods for radiation detection
  • detectors for particle physics
  • nuclear electronics
  • experimental data analysis and computer processing.

Professional activity 

  • research activity for cosmophysics and neutrino physics in space and on ground-based installations, fundamental interactions at particle accelerators;
  • preparation and conduction of various experiments in nuclear physics and space physics (including design and construction of detectors of elementary particles and radiation);
  • experimental data processing and analysis;
  • theoretical predictions and experiment results interpretation of nuclear physics and space.

Valeriy Dmitrenko

Russian

2

Experimental Research and Simulation of Fundamental Interactions

Program objective

To sensitize bachelors about key topics of physics of fundamental interactions.

Program curriculum consists of two parts:

  1. basic courses provide for the knowledge of general physics and mathematics;
  2. special courses provide for special theoretical and practical knowledge of physics of fundamental interactions of elementary particles and nuclei, as well as mathematical, computer, and electronic technologies for physical experiments. 

Curriculum subject areas:

  • physics of elementary particles
  • nuclear physics
  • neutrino physics
  • nuclear experimental techniques
  • astrophysics and cosmic ray physics
  • nuclear matter of extremely high densities and spin physics
  • nuclear particle detectors and associated electronics
  • data processing methods, computer technologies of the experimental data analysis
  • femto-, nano-, and microstructures and applied technologies

Much attention is drawn to space research and mathematical simulations, particularly for experiments at accelerators and colliders.

Petr Naumov

Russian

3

Particle Physics and Cosmology

Program objectives:

  • possess knowledge in the foundations of nuclear physics, particle physics, and cosmology;
  • conduct research on improvement of the experimental techniques in the field of nuclear and particle physics;
  • prepare and carry out experiments; analyze and interpret their results; 
  • solve fundamental problems of astrophysics, cosmology and particle physics, connected with the description of the early Universe, dark matter, dark energy, etc. 

Program curriculum

more than 60 courses

  • fundamental training in physics and mathematics;
  • basic theoretical and practical grounding in nuclear and particle physics.

Two training directions:

accelerator experiments (e.g., at the Large Hadron Collider) – experimental techniques, particle detectors, electronics, and methods of measurements, as well as methods for computer-aided processing and analysis of experimental data

cosmology – fundamentals of the relativistic quantum mechanics, astrophysics and cosmology.

Alumni professional activity

  • research work in basic particle physics and cosmology. 
  • preparation and carrying out particle physics experiments (creation and use of particle and radiation detectors);
  • experimental data analysis. 
  • theoretical predictions and interpretation of experiments in high-energy physics (experiments at accelerators and in astrophysics).

Mikhail Skorokhvatov

Russian

4

Radiation Ecology. Human and Environmental Safety

Program objective

To train multi-skilled researchers in nuclear and radiation safety

 

Key research areas

  • interaction of radiation with matter
  • propagation of ionizing radiation through matter
  • radiation shielding design and calculation
  • handling of used nuclear fuel and radioactive nuclear wastes.

Main fundamental and professional courses 

  • theory of transport of ionizing radiation
  • physics of radiation shielding
  • radiation dosimetry, detection and spectroscopy
  • instrumental techniques in radiation safety
  • fundamentals of nuclear technologies
  • nuclear safety, risk assessment and risk management
  • medical and biological grounding of radiation safety,
  • safe handling of radioactive nuclear wastes and used nuclear fuel
  • human physiology and biological effects of ionizing radiation.

Victor Demin

Russian

5

Physics of Fundamental Interactions

Program objectives:

  • possess knowledge in the foundations of experimental nuclear physics, particle and cosmophysics;
  • capable of using the knowledge gained in the research work for improving experimental techniques in nuclear physics and cosmic physics;
  • prepare and carry out experiments; analyze and interpret their results; 
  • solve fundamental problems of nuclear and particle physics

Curriculum subject areas:

  • elementary particle accelerators
  • nuclear-physics assemblies
  • control systems for nuclear-physics assemblies
  • ionization radiation affection on the environment
  • radiation technologies in medicine
  • mathematical models for theoretical and experimental studies in elementary particle physics
  • radiation propagation and interaction with matter
  • ecological monitoring of the environment
  • nuclear safety and security. 

Bachelors focus on research activities in the field of experimental nuclear physics and cosmophysics. Alumni may participate in preparation and conduction of various experiments in nuclear physics and space physics (including the design and construction of detectors of elementary particles and radiation), as well as in experimental data processing and analysis. Knowledge gained allows them to participate in theoretical predictions and interpretation of nuclear physics and space experiments (using accelerators in space physics).

Oleg Bulekov Russian

6

Physics of Extreme States of Matter

The program is aimed at training specialists in particle beam physics and radiation physics and chemistry.

The program includes research of atomic nuclei, plasma, condensed matter state, materials science, nuclear reactors, charged particle accelerators, development of nuclear technologies; in particular, topical issues of condensed matter physics; interaction of radiation with matter, diagnostics and application of heavily charged particle beams, radiation and nuclear technologies, analytical studies of the interaction of fluxes of high-energy particles with matter.

The program curriculum comprises study of basic natural sciences, physical and mathematical sciences and related subjects, a set of interrelated courses in charged particle beams and physics of the interaction of particles with matter, computer simulations and modelling, analytical methods of beam monitoring, physics of the interaction of the charged particles with matter, accelerator physics.

Boris Sharkov

Russian

7

Physics and Thermophysics of Innovative Nuclear Power Facilities

Program objectives:

To sensitize bachelors about key topics of fundamental physics, mathematics and engineering, basic knowledge of neutron-physical and thermal processes in nuclear power plants.

Curriculum subject areas

  • research and design of advanced types of nuclear power plants, including fusion, thermal studies of promising fuel rods, fuel, construction materials and heat transfer fluids;
  • model and software development for the calculation of thermohydraulic and neutron-physical processes in advanced nuclear reactors;
  • creation and use of plants and systems for thermal and nuclear physics research;
  • non-equilibrium physical processes;
  • distribution and interaction of light with objects of animate and inanimate nature;
  • nuclear and radiation safety.

Vladimir Kharitonov

Russian

8

Radiation Technologies in Life Sciences

The program is established to train human resources for the non-energetic application of nuclear and radiation technologies. Its curriculum covers a number of interconnected topics, including:

  • dosimetry and radiation protection;
  • radiation facilities and nuclear research reactors;
  • medical radiology;
  • biological and medical effects of radiation in living matter;
  • radiation applications in agriculture and food production;
  • radiation chemistry;
  • radiation monitoring;
  • radioactive waste management, etc.

Graduates of the program have comprehensive knowledge in fundamental physics and engineering sciences. Academic and practical training form skills and expertise in basic engineering with an emphasis on three main specialized domains: radiation protection, radiation, and nuclear technologies in agricultural science and healthcare.

Alla Udalova

English

141 415

Materials Science and Engineering (22.03.01)

129 000

1

Materials, Process and Physics Engineering

Program objective

To learn students in-depth understanding of the interrelationship between physical and chemical properties, structures and processes for further invention of new materials using contemporary research methods and systems.

Curriculum units:

  • fundamental physics and mathematics
  • study of experimental methods
  • engineering sciences.

Main professional disciplines:

  • physics of condensed state
  • physical materials science
  • computer modeling
  • physical methods of materials investigation
  • functional and structural materials
  • physics of strength and mechanical properties.

Boris Kalin

Russian

Institute for Physics and Engineering in Biomedicine

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03.03.02 Physics

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Medical Physics

Department: “Medical Physics”

Program objective

to train students in medical physics and nuclear medicine, radiation diagnosis and therapy.

Curriculum features

  • humanities module (foreign language, history, philosophy, cultural studies)

  • natural science module (mathematical analysis, linear algebra, differential and integral equations, general physics, chemistry)

  • professional module (medical electronics, human's biology and anatomy, tomographic methods in medicine, fundamentals of imaging, physics of medical imaging, medical equipment and radiation detectors, etc).

  • research practical training (obtaining and developing skills on working with modern equipment, using research methods of modern physics to solve practical problems in the field of radiation diagnosis and therapy, radionuclide diagnostics in medicine).

    Research areas

  • the effect of ionizing radiation on humans and the environment
  • mathematical models of theoretical and experimental studies of transport and interaction of radiation with the human tissues and organs

  • research, development and technology for obtaining and processing of medical diagnostic images

  • design, experimental research and introduction of instruments and methods for nuclear medicine

  • automated systems for image processing

  • pattern recognition.

Practical training and future employment opportunities

  • National Research Centre “Kurchatov Institute”

  • Burdenko Institute of Neurosurgery of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences

  • Blokhin National Cancer Research Center of Oncology

  • Institute of Emergency Children's Surgery and Traumatology

  • Russian Research Centre for Radiology and others.

Vladimir Belyaev

Russian

Moscow

129 000

2

Biophysics

Department: “Medical Physics”

Program objective

prepare specialists with fundamental knowledge in physics and mathematics, integrated with biology, chemistry, genetic engineering and bioinformatics, medicine, food industry, ecology, agrotechnology, biocosmic research

Curriculum features

  • Biophysics, biochemistry and medical biophysics

  • Physical chemistry of polymers and biopolymers

  • Molecular biology of the cell

  • Bioinformatics

  • Radiation ecology

  • Mathematical modeling in biophysics, biology, oncology

    Research areas:

  • Physics of the processes in biological and molecular chemical systems
  • Development of the protection and rehabilitation systems for the materials and organisms from industrial pollution

  • Physicochemical principles of the regulation of living systems

  • Patterns of aging at the micro and macro levels

  • New medications and methods of effective theranostics of socially significant diseases

  • Biophysics, genetics and epigenetics of diseases

    Practical training and future employment opportunities

  • Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Institute for Biochemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  • Federal Research and Clinical Center of Physical-chemical Medicine

  • Blokhin National Cancer Research Center of Oncology

  • National Medical Research Center for Radiology

  • National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”

  • Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center

  • State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM companies

Irina Zavestovskaya

Russian

Moscow

3

Nuclear Physics Technologies in Medicine

Department: “Radionuclide medicine”

Program objective

preparation of bachelors in the field of nuclear technologies in relation to nuclear medicine, possessing deep physical, mathematical and medical knowledge.

involvement in treatment and diagnostic process, in the process of implementing methods of radiation medicine high accuracy level, quality assurance of radiation therapy and diagnostic radiation protection and safety of patients, personnel and the environment from the use of radiation medical technologies; measurement, processing and analysis of diagnostic imaging; dosimetry planning and control; organizational and economic aspects of the development, implementation and use of healthphysical complexes; export of medical and physical equipment and its service.

Curriculum features

the program refers to the basic part of the professional cycle of the undergraduate program. To study the program, the knowledge, skills and abilities formed in students in secondary educational institutions are necessary. As a result of the development of the program, the student must have basic knowledge to the extent required to obtain ideas about modern methods, technologies and materials for the diagnosis and treatment of tumor diseases, to acquire initial experience of knowledge about modern methods and technologies for diagnosis and therapy of diseases, for subsequent research and practice.

Research areas

development of advanced methods of radiation therapy and diagnostics, knowledge of new radiopharmaceuticals and technologies of their application, support of clinical procedures with high-tech equipment, radioimmune analysis, diagnostic research on the basis of x-ray, magnetic resonance, single-photon emission and positron emission tomographs, external therapy using sources of gamma rays, neutrons, protons, alpha particles, internal therapy using radiation injected into nuclides, radiation detection.

Practical training and future employment opportunities

  • Research and Production Enterprise "Dose"

  • Agency for Innovative Development – Center of Cluster Development of Kaluga Region

  • Blokhin National Cancer Research Center of Oncology

  • Institute of Nuclear Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  • Leipunsky Institute of Physics and Energy

  • Karpov Research Institute of Physics and Chemistry

  • Tsyba Medical Radiological Research Center

  • All-Russian Research Institute of Radiology and Agroecology

  • Physical and Technical Center of the Physical Institute of the Academy of Sciences

  • Logunov Нigh Energy Physics Institute

Oksana Aleksandrova

Russian

Moscow

04.03.01 Chemical Science

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Analytical Chemistry

Program description and objectives

Analytical chemistry studies the development of theoretical basis of analysis of substances chemical composition, investigates the methods of identification and detection, determination and separation of chemical elements and its compounds, as well as the methods of defining of chemical structure of substances.

The subject of analytical chemistry is design of analytical methods and practical analysis of various material objects (gaseous and liquid media, solid organic and inorganic substances) utilizing advanced instruments and techniques (spectral, chromatographic, electrochemical, etc.).

The program is dedicated to the development of students’ ability to research and apply knowledge and equipment to resolve practical and theoretical issues and tasks of modern analytical chemistry.

Research and professional activities

  • Synthesis of solid inorganic highly porous sorbents for purification of various mediua from heavy metals and radionuclides

  • Study of natural dyes structure and properties, applicable in the pharmaceutical industry

  • Hydrogen safety, hydrogen energy and radiation safety of nuclear power plants

  • Research and development of nanostructured polymer membranes for ultrafiltration

  • Development of chemical analysis of pharmaceutical production methods

  • structural nanomaterials production and processing

Practical training and future employment opportunities

  • Research institutes of Obninsk city
  • Research and production companies (“Express Eco”, “Bion”, “Medbiopharm”, “Hemofarm”)

  • Residents of chemical and pharmaceutical clusters in Kaluga and Moscow region

  • State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM companies

  • Chemical-analytical laboratories of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

  • Nature protection and food production companies

  • Companies of oil, gas, coal, diamond mining and processing industries

Alla Shilina

Russian

Obninsk

69 132 

04.03.02 Chemistry, Physics and Mechanics of Materials

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Nanomaterials for Biology and Medicine

Program objective

to train professionals with deep knowledge of chemical, physical, mechanical and pharmaceutical properties of substances, which let graduates be able to develop new nanomaterials for biology, medicine (in particular, for modern original medication production).

Competitive advantage

modern technological and analytical equipment and cleanrooms, that allow students to combine education and practical research training.

Research and professional activities

  • Design of medications based on traditional technologies and nanotechnologies

  • Development of nanomaterials for hyperthermia

  • Research of bioequivalence and interchangeability of medications

  • Development of radiopharmaceuticals for diagnostics and therapy

Practical training and future employment opportunities

  • State Atomic Energy Corporation "Rosatom" companies
  • Leipunskiy Institute of Physics and Power Engineering

  • Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry

  • Tsyba Federal Research Medical Center "Radiology Research Center" of the Ministry of Health of Russia

  • Corporations of Kaluga pharmaceutical cluster (AstraZeneka PLC, Obninsk chemical and pharmaceutical company, Hemofarm Ltd., Bion Company, Berahim LLC, Kalugapharmacy, SLL "CHEMFARMKOMPLEKT", Berlin- Chemie AG/Menarini Group, PHARM-SYNTHESIS, Nearmedic Pharma, PharmVlLAR)

Natalia Epshtein

Russian

Obninsk

69 132

06.03.01 Biology

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Biomedical Research

Biotechnology is a field of science related to the creation of new products with the help of living organisms, cultured cells and biological processes.

Modern biotechnology is based on the genetic and cell engineering with a wide range of biochemistry methods.

Program objective is to acquaint students with abovementioned research directions and develop the ability to see what biological combinations are possible for the creation of medical products.

Research and professional activities

  • Production of bioactive compounds and pharmaceuticals

  • Investigation of nanoparticles utilizing microorganisms and cell culture

  • Food industry and animal feed production

  • Development and application of biological methods of plant protection against insects and illnesses

  • Quality control of pharmaceuticals and medicinal substances production

  • Genetic and cell engineering

  • Tissue therapy

  • Pre-clinical trials

  • Microbiological research

Practical training and future employment opportunities

  • Tsyba Federal Research Medical Center – branch of the Federal Research Medical Center "Radiology Research Center" of the Ministry of Health of Russia

  • Alliance of Competences "Park of Active Molecules"

  • Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry"

  • Nestle Russia Ltd in V orsino

Liudmila Komarova

Russian

Obninsk

69 132 

2

Radiobiology

Radiobiologists find different means of protection of organisms against radiation and methods of its post-radiation recovery, search for the new methods of ionizing radiation application in the fields of medicine, agriculture, food and microbiological industries

Major challenges of modern radiobiology are to study radiation poisoning of organisms during their total exposure, reasons for the difference in radiosensitivity of organisms.

We are seeking for students who are eager to search for peculiarities and patterns of living organisms activities and find ways to protect them against radition.

Key research areas

  • Radiological immunology and genetics

  • Radiation pathology and epidemiology

  • Treatment of radiation injuries and cancer

  • Agricultural radiobiology

  • Radiobiology of non-ionizing radiation

  • Propagation and interaction of ionizing radiation with human tissues and organs

  • Medical applications of ionizing radiation

  • Pre-clinical trials of radiopharmaceuticals

Practical training and employment opportunities

  • Tsyba Federal Research Medical Center – branch of the Federal Research Medical Center "Radiology Research Center" of the Ministry of Health of Russia

  • All-Russian Research Institute of Radiology and Agroecology

  • Research and Production Association “Typhoon”

  • Oncology clinics

Liudmila Komarova

Russian

Obninsk

12.03.04 Biotechnical Systems and Technologies

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Advanced Diagnostic Systems

Department of Computer Medical Systems

We are ready to involve you into advanced and complex information and measurement software and hardware development for nuclear medicine and telemedicine.

We are able to offer traditionally profound and fundamental knowledge as a solid ground for future work with artificial intelligence systems that are intended to become an indispensable tool in the medical practice.

We are seeking for willing young people who want to dive into medical agenda and develop modern devices to help doctors and patients be healthier and live longer!

Key research and professional activities

  • Development of methods and instruments of digital image processing for medical diagnostics

  • Software and hardware development of an intelligent decision support system (IDSS) for medical applications

  • Development of methods and protocols with extensive use of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques for medical diagnosis and therapy

  • Design and implementation of networks for remote medical consultations at rural areas

  • Development of medical training systems

  • Software development for information-gathering complexes

Computer systems of clinical diagnostics for medical applications:

histology, cytology, hematology, bacteriology, immunology, radiology, tomography, ultrasound and radioisotope diagnosis, endoscopy, electrocardiography.

Artificial intelligence systems

(pattern recognition, knowledge base, expert systems) in medicine, telemedicine and nuclear medicine.

Practical training and employment opportunities

  • Blokhin National Medical Research Centre of Oncology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

  • Burdenko Neurosurgery Institute

  • Bach Institute of Biochemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  • Clinical hospitals of Federal Medical and Biological Agency of Russia

  • Large multinational corporation and their subsidiaries (General Electric Healthcare (Russian Branch), Philips)

Valentin Nikitaev

Russian

Moscow

129 000

2

Bionanotechnologies

multidisciplinary program of expertise in physics, chemistry, biology, computer science, and medicine. Biomedical nanotechnologies are expected to lead to a qualitative leap in the development of new pharmaceuticals that will help to manage previously incurable diseases, as well as in the design of devices and methods for diagnostics and treatment.

Program research training helps to develop the skills of working with state-of-the- art equipment. Moreover, MEPhI professors and practitioners provide knowledge on how practical challenges in the field of radiodiagnostics and therapeutics, radioisotope diagnostics methods for medicine can be resolved.

Key research areas

  • laser methods for synthesis of ultrapure nanomaterials for biomedicine

  • interaction between the optical radiation and biosystems

  • methods for designing the smart nanomaterials for biomedicine

  • biosensors with the use of nanoparticles and nanocomposites

  • cellular nanotechnologies for treatment of oncological diseases and other socially significant diseases

  • imaging and analysis of biomedical diagnostic images

  • methods and materials for nanosensors

Practical training and employment

  • State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM

  • National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”

  • Burdenko National Research and Practical Center for Neurosurgery

  • Blokhin National Cancer Research Center

  • Emergency Children's Surgery and Traumatology Research Institute

  • Russian Scientific Center of Roentgen Radiology

  • Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences etc.

Victor Timoshenko

Russian
English

Moscow

Institute for Laser and Plasma Technologies

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Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (01.03.02)

114 400

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Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Program objective:

Formation of theoretical and practical knowledge and skills among students for future contribution to R&D for high-tech sectors of national and regional economy

The speed and development trends of modern science and information technology dictates an acute need for personnel capable of efficiently and efficiently solving problems arising in the process of functioning of public and commercial enterprises, quickly adapting to market requirements. In the context of global digitalization, a huge layer of problems arise that require a modern engineer to know what lies at the junction of applied mathematics and information technology, which ensures the program’s relevance. As an example, we can give the tasks associated with the analysis and processing of data, mathematical modeling, optimization, the development of high-tech software for solving scientific and scientific-practical problems, etc., that program graduates cope with successfully.

The program is the quintessence of advanced mathematical and IT training. Students receive in- depth knowledge in:

  • mathematical models development describing the behavior of complex systems of various nature (physical, economic, technological, etc.);
  • mathematical algorithms and statistical data processing and data analysis methods (including neural network approaches and machine learning methods)

  • modern programming languages, databases, network technologies and parallel programming technologies;

  • digital software development and application.

Core disciplines:

  • Numerical methods
  • Data bases
  • Optimization methods
  • Concurrent programming
  • Mathematical and theoretical physics
  • Programming languages (С/C++, Python) • Digital signal processing
  • Introduction to neural network theory
  • Statistics
  • Computer processing algorithms
  • Probability theory
  • Data science

Practical training:

  • MEPhI international research laboratory "Methods of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics and Mathematical Modeling";

  • largest scientific centers of the Russian Academy of Sciences;

  • the Institute of Applied Mathematics M.V. Keldysh,

  • National Research Centre “Kurchatov Institute’;

  • Federal Research Centre "Fundamentals of Biotechnology";

  • State Corporation ROSATOM enterprises;

  •  large IT companies.

Alumni key competencies:

  • able to use and adapt existing mathematical methods and programming systems for the development and implementation of algorithms for solving various problems;

  • able to understand, improve and apply modern mathematical apparatus;

  • able to collect, process and interpret data;

  • able to use modern computer technology, multiprocessor supercomputers and specialized software;

  • able to think critically and creatively, rethink accumulated experience;

  • capable of business communication in oral and written forms in Russian and English.

Future employment:

Program graduates are in high demand on the Russian and international labor markets and hold leading positions in the following public and commercial companies, research institutions and universities:

  • Rosatom State Corporation
  • University of Manchester (Manchester, UK)
  • University of Göttingen (Göttingen, Germany)
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden) • Imperial college (London, UK)
  • Sberbank
  • Hewlett Packard
  • Mail.ru
  • Yandex
  • Oracle
  • Samsung

Nikolay Kudryashov

Russian

Applied Mathematics and Physics  (03.03.01)

129 000

1

Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Modeling

Program objective

training of highly qualified theoretical physicists who:

  • are capable of conducting fundamental and applied research including the search for new laws of nature;

  • modeling of complex physical, technical and engineering systems;

  • suggesting and boosting new research directions in applied physics and technologies.

The graduates possess skills and research capabilities sufficient for productive and creative work in any area of modern physics. This includes physics of atoms, molecules and nanostructures, physics of classical and quantum fields, of atomic nuclei and elementary particles, astrophysics and cosmology, physics of plasmas and of condensed matter, laser physics, physics of extreme states of matter and high energy density physics. The key element of the program is intense training in fundamental physics and mathematics as well as in numerical simulations and computer sciences in general. The program relies on combination of general and specialized courses in theoretical physics and theoretical methods in physics and mathematical modeling.

The core part of the program includes the theory of elementary particles, methods of modern statistical physics, selected chapters of quantum field theory, general relativity as well as modern methods of mathematical modeling in theoretical physics.

The specialized part of the program contains courses on plasma theory, nuclear physics, astro- and cosmophysics, physics of condensed matter, that are developed by leading researchers in the respective fields.

Career opportunities

National and international leading research centers and companies specializing in research software:

  • Physics of ultrahigh laser fields

  • Particle physics

  • Astrophysics and cosmology

  • Nuclear physics

  • Quantum informatics and quantum computers

  • Physics of nanosystems

Sergey Popruzhenko Russian
English
2

Quantum Computer Systems and Precision Measurements

Program objective

to train specialists with fundamental physical and technical knowledge in the field of quantum computing systems and data processing.

Courses of the program include subjects that are in great demand in the field of modern science and technology:

  • machine learning

  • data analysis

  • numerical methods

  • detection of hidden trends and patterns of production development

  • forecasting the development of economic processes

  • modeling of solid state physics

  • astrophysics

  • quantum mechanics

  • alphabetic algorithms in bioinformatics

Students of the program have the opportunity to be acquainted with a wide range of programming languages (Python, C++) used for data analysis in leading IT companies.

Career opportunities

leading research centers and companies specializing in physical and technical measurements and in the following research areas:

  • Precision measurements

  • Nonlinear and quantum optics

  • Data analysis and machine learning

  • Modeling physical systems

Nikolay Kolachevsky Russian
English
3

Theoretical and Experimental Physics of Solid State

Program objective

To train specialists for producing and promoting environmentally friendly energy, energy-saving technologies and new materials based on the development and convergence of laser, plasma, beam, synchrotron and X-ray technologies by integrating educational, research and innovative engineering activities.

Curriculum features

  • condensed matter physics

  • theoretical solid state physics

  • numerical methods in quantum physics

  • introduction to nanostructure physics

  • physical foundations of superconductivity

Applied research competencies, developed experimental base and close collaboration with major national research centres allow students to conduct research and present them at international conferences.

Alexey Menushenkov Russian
English
4

Supercomputer Technologies in Engineering and Physical Modeling

Program objective

to train highly qualified specialists who are able to conduct fundamental and applied research, develop and use tools of engineering and physical analysis for the implementation of the concept of a digital twin.

Program curriculum feature

a natural combination of training in

  • fundamental physics

  • applied mathematics and mathematical modeling

  • supercomputer technologies (architecture of supercomputer systems, computer graphics and visualization, computer modeling methods, high-performance computer (HPC) systems and parallel programming technologies).

Graduates are able to conduct research in areas related to theoretical and mathematical physics and mathematical modeling using high performance computing (HPC) applications, i.e. digital twins for solving urgent computationally complex problems.

Career opportunities

mechanical engineering, aviation, aerospace industry, shipbuilding and automotive industry, nuclear and laser technologies

Vladimir Shargatov, Rashid Shagaliev

Russian
English

Photonics and Optical Informatics  (12.03.03)

129 000

1

Photonics and Optical Informatics Technology

Program objective:

training specialists in condensed matter physics, including solid state physics, physics of superconductivity, physics of semiconducting devices, physics of nanostructures, laser physics, spintronics, photonics.

Curriculum features

  • fundamental training in physics and mathematics

  • study and application of new solid state phenomena, development of high-power laser facilities

  • study of structural, electronic and optical properties of new materials and heterostructures

  • study of pico- and femtosecond spectroscopy;

  • study of sensors of ultralow concentrations of chemicals.

For this purpose, the program curriculum includes a wide range of theoretical courses and laboratory practical training on solid state physics, laser physics and optical informatics technology.

Competencies obtaining during the program will allow to develop systems, research methods and technologies for

  • optical transmission, reception, processing, recording and storage of information;

  • optical and quantum computing systems;

  • holographic systems for converting and displaying information;

  • systems and technologies for integrated, fiber and gradient optics, as well as micro-optics.

Future employment opportunities

research, project, engineering, manufacturing, and managerial activities at

  • institutes and enterprises of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
  • the Russian Academy of Sciences
  • National Research Centre "Kurchatov Institute”
  • Troitsk Institute for Innovation and Fusion Research
  • innovative small high-tech business.

Program advantages:

  • an opportunity to become successful engineers, scientists, and businesspeople in photonics and optoinformatics – a brand new and rapidly developing branch of science and engineering
  • an opportunity to operate laser technological facilities based on high-power fiber lasers and pass a professional examination in the framework of the international program WorldSkills.


Rostislav Starikov
Russian
English
2

Physics of Meta-Materials and Low-Dimensional Systems

Program objective:

training specialists to develop and apply new optical phenomena and materials in optoelectronics, mathematical modeling and experimental research of relevant phenomena and processes in nonlinear optics and solid state physics.

Research and training subject areas:

  • Theoretical basis for non-linear optics of metamaterials and low dimensional systems;

  • Physics of meta-materials and low-dimensional systems;

  • Application and development of synchrotron methods for solving current problems of physics and technologies of condensed media;

  • Laser fusion of functional materials and multilayer structures;

  • Quantum modeling of condensed media;

  • Energy-saving technologies of energetics with applying high-temperature superconductors;

  • Shape-memory alloys: functional materials and micromechanical devices.

Curriculum features

  • fundamental training in physics and mathematics;

  • study and application of new solid state phenomena, development of high-power laser facilities, study of the structural, electronic, and optical properties of new materials and heterostructures, pico- and femtosecond spectroscopy; sensors of ultralow concentrations of chemicals;

  • laboratory practical training on solid state physics, laser physics and physics of nanosystems;

  • computer practical training on numerical solution of topical challenges of condensed matter physics an opportunity to publish research results and present them at national and international conferences scientific publications.

Alexey Menushenkov Russian
English

Laser Engineering and Laser Technology  (12.03.05)

129 000

1

Laser Systems and Technologies

Program objective

to train qualified specialists for R&D of laser systems and devices for various purposes, development and application of laser technologies.

Program’s competitive advantages

  • modern research with the use of analytical and technological equipment (incl. MEPhI Laser Center)

  • laboratory practical training at high-power fiber lasers

  • participation at WorldSkills international program

Nikolay Evtihiev Russian
English
2

Quantum Metrology

Quantum metrology applies quantum effects and quantum mechanics in enhancing and limiting measurement precision. Research quality is of a high demand, as industry solutions and applications require increased accuracy and fast speed development.

Program objective

training of metrologists with fundamental physical and technical knowledge to provide research, design, production, as well as technological, organizational and managerial activities in modern metrology.

The main feature of the program

in-depth training in fundamental physics, mathematics and engineering.

Curriculum subject areas

  • condensed matter physics

  • nanostructure physics

  • quantum physics

  • design of devices and facilities for metrology of physical measurements.

Peter Borisyuk Russian
English

High-Tech Plasma and Power Plants  (16.03.02)

148 300

1

Laser Thermonuclear Fusion

Program objective

training students with universal and subject-specific competencies in applied nuclear and plasma physics and applications.

Curriculum research areas

  • R&D and design of high-power laser systems and facilities, their application for research and technological purposes, remote and precision measurements, diagnostics of various media, including plasma;

  • physics of separation of isotope and molecular mixtures, physics of fast-flowing processes, condensed matter physics

  • medical physics and biophysics

  • nuclear and radiation safety

  • control systems and automated control of nuclear physics facilities.

Career opportunities

Graduates of this program apply their knowledge in physics, computer modeling of plasma processes and plasma physics. This knowledge is vital for employment in leading Russian and foreign research centers and companies that specialize in laser and plasma industrial technologies.

Andrey Kuznetsov Russian
2

Controlled Fusion and Plasma Technologies

Program objective

to provide students with high-quality physics and mathematics knowledge and engineering training so that they are able to search for solution to the problems of fundamental and applied science.

Students form a basic understanding about the methods of diagnostics, parameter operation and production of plasma («Low Temperature Plasma Physics», «Hot Plasma and Controlled Fusion», «Plasma Facilities» etc.).

Career opportunities

  • high-tech industries and knowledge-based businesses:

  • international thermonuclear program and international ITER project;

  • academic institutes and centers exploring plasma and plasma-like matter, including extreme states, space and laboratory conditions

  • companies dealing with innovative technological applications of plasma in the fields of production, ecology, medicine.

Valeriy Kurnaev Russian

Institute of Cyber Intelligence Systems

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Informatics and Computer Engineering (09.03.01)

129 000

1

Protected High Performance Computing Systems

Program objective

provide fundamental training in physics, mathematics and engineering for further design and development of high-intelligence computer systems.

Curriculum features

  • Operating systems and programming languages

  • Information security

  • Mathematical foundations of computer systems

  • Fundamentals of interfaces and computer devices design

  • Computer graphics and image processing

  • Microprocessor devices, algorithms and systems

  • Fundamentals of databases and data storage systems

  • Fundamentals of robotics

  • Modern challenges of informatics and computer engineering

Practical training and employment opportunities

  • State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM companies

  • Concern Sistemprom

  • Concern “Almaz – Antey”

  • MCST company (Moscow Center for SPARC Technologies).

Mikhail Ivanov

Aleksandr Vavrenyuk

Russian

2

Secure Computer Systems and Software Development​

Program objective

to train highly qualified specialists with deep theoretical and practical skills in computer science including methods of Big data analysis, machine learning, information security, software development and etc.

Competitive advantages

  • an opportunity to gain crucial competencies for further professional development in the digital era:
  • critical and algorithmic thinking
  • team work as a researcher or an analyst
  • deep mathematical skills
  • data analysis skills
  • skills of interpreting the obtained research or empirical results
  • practical training of use of modern design, hardware and software tools for computer systems (MEPhI laboratory “Digital circuitry”)

Research and professional activities

  • development of computer systems and networks, automated systems for information processing and management

  • design of digital equipment on the FPGA

  • development of system and application software

  • comprehensive analysis of the security of information systems

  • methods for damaging software elimination tools

Practical training and employment opportunities

  • State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM companies

  • Concern Sistemprom

  • Concern “Almaz – Antey”

  • public and private IT-companies

Iliya Chugunkov

Aleksandr Vavrenyuk

English

Software Engineering (09.03.04)

129 000

1

Mathematical Tools and Software for Computers Systems and Computer Networks

Software is used in any business and industry, which forces stakeholders to compress information and knowledge for their further point use. This is precisely why the field of software engineering was created - the manufacture of a high-quality IT product for its commercialization or internal use.

Currently, software industry is actively developing and is a full-fledged area for modern Russian and global economy. Qualified software development professionals are constantly in short supply, and this trend will continue in the future. Specialists in industrial software development must have extensive training in systems and application software development for various purposes. This fact determines the program relevance in the educational market.

Curriculum features

  • Design and architecture of software systems

  • Introduction to intelligent systems and technologies

  • Dynamic and dialog intelligent systems

  • Economics of software engineering

  • Fundamentals of systems modeling

  • Introduction to the theory of neural networks

  • Cybernetic systems programming technology (software project management)

  • Tools for intelligent simulation modeling

    Professional opportunities

  • information and communication technologies;

  • nuclear and other high-tech industries.

Andrey Zagrebaev
Andrey Nikiforov

Russian

Information Security (10.03.01)

129 000

1

Innovative Computer Security Technologies

Program objective

to develop competencies necessary for working in the field of computer security.

The continuous expansion of IT technologies inevitably creates new threats to information security. New ways of committing crimes related to computer security violations are constantly emerging and require the development of new information protection technologies. The need to develop human resources in innovative areas of computer security determines the relevance of the program.

The program’s competitive advantage is the combination of:

  • unique disciplines on new computer security technologies

  • disciplines on modern IT technologies

  • classical engineering discipline

  • practical research training.

While training, students will learn and practice:

  • ​modern methods of data storage, transmission and processing;
  • existing methods and means of information protection;

  • risks and difficulties that can be encountered in ensuring computer security.

Research and professional activities

  • automated systems functioning in the conditions of existence of threats in the information sphere and has the information technology resources being protected;
  • information technologies shaping the information infrastructure, in the conditions of existence of threats in the information sphere and involve information technology resources are subject to protection;

  • information system, which is necessary to ensure data confidentiality, integrity, availability, authenticity, non-repudiation of authorship through the use of cryptographic primitives;

  • technology of information security based on cryptography; means of cryptographic protection of information.

Practical training and employment opportunities

  • the Bank of Russia

  • Rosatom State Corporation companies

  • Sberbank of Russia

  • Centers for information technologies and systems of federal and regional executive authorities

  • Large IT and technological companies (Kaspersky Lab, Mail.Ru Group)

Anna Epishkina
Konstantin Kogos

Russian

 

Institute for Nanoengineering in Electronics, Spintronics and Photonics

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Applied mathematics and physics (03.03.01)

129 000

1

Condensed Matter Physics

Program objective:

train highly qualified physicists who will be capable of conducting fundamental and applied theoretical research in the field of electronics, modeling complex physical, technical and engineering systems.

Curriculum features:

  • Semiconductor physics; Solid state physics; Physics of nanosystems;
  • Methods and Mathematical Modeling; 
  • C ++;
  • Nanomaterials and nanotechnology;
  • Interaction of radiation with matter;
  • X-ray radiation: sources, properties, applications;
  • Asymptotic methods;

Vladimir Nikitenko

Russian

2

Physics of Kinetic Phenomena

Program objective:

To train specialists who will solve scientific and industrial tasks for creation of functional nanostructured materials, "smart" materials and hybrid systems. 

Curriculum features:

  • Physics of polymers and composites
  • Membrane methods for liquid separation
  • Introduction to Physical Experiment Technique
  • Mass spectrometry
  • Experimental methods of molecular physics
  • Measuring instruments in molecular physics

Vladimir Borman

Russian

Electronics and Nanoelectronics (11.03.04)

129 000

1

Nanoelectronics, Spintronics and Photonics

Program objective:

To study priority R&D areas of research and development of promising nanoelectronics, spintronics and photonics: heterostructure electronics, electronics based on wide-gap semiconductors, graphene, carbon nanotubes, etc. 

Curriculum features:

  • Semiconductor physics;
  • Solid-state electronics;
  • Integrated circuit technology;
  • Introduction to modern nanotechnology;
  • Materials science in micro- and nanoelectronics;
  • Heterostructure and microwave electronics technology;
  • Measurements in micro- and nanoelectronics;
  • Spintronics; 
  • Microprocessor systems.

Practical training

Nanotechnology Research and Education Center a unique research center in Russia with up-to-date equipment.

Nikolay Kargin

Russian
English

2

Optoelectronics and nanoelectronics, nanosystem engineering

Program objective:

To train specialists who are able to carry out fundamental research for the following areas of contemporary physics: physics of nanostructures, nanoelectronics and nanophotonics, organic electronics and sensor nanohybrid systems.

Students can develop methods, technologies and tools for solving the security problem in the design and construction of nanoelectronic and nanophotonic devices.

 Curriculum features:

  • Semiconductor physics;
  • Materials science in micro- and nanoelectronics;
  • Measurements in micro- and nanoelectronics;
  • Microprocessor systems;
  • Heterostructure and microwave electronics technologies;
  • Atomic and molecular processes.

Alexander Chistyakov

Russian
English

Photonics and Optical Informatics (12.03.03)

129 000

1

Microwave Photonics

Program objective:

to provide students with knowledge of microwave photonic transceiver systems, optical devices in microwave engineering and nanotechnology in microwave engineering systems.

The program provides fundamental knowledge in optics, photonics and condensed matter physics, as well as advanced subjects such as nanophotonics, terahertz photonics, quantum computing.

Practical and research training 

MEPhI laboratories, especially MEPhI Nanocenter, that offers an extensive array of equipment for film deposition, microscopy and device processing for electronics and photonics.

Curriculum features:

  • Optics and Photonics of Nanostructures
  • Photonics materials
  • Semiconductor physics for photonics
  • Introduction to modern nanotechnology
  • Heterostructure Optoelectronics

Nikolay Kargin

Russian

Institute of Cyber-Physical Systems

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Instrumentaion (12.03.01)

129 000

1

Cyber-Physical Instrumentaion

Program objective

Training of highly qualified specialists in the development and operation of innovative nuclear, cyberphysical and electrophysical devices, facilities and systems that are widely used in nuclear power, oil and gas geophysics, inspection systems, medicine, radiation control.

Partner enterprise: Dukhov Automatics Research Institute 

Research and technological areas

  • development of nuclear physics devices, electronic systems of nuclear and physical facilities and automated control systems for nuclear and physical facilities

  • maintenance, application and operation of nuclear physics and electrophysical facilities in high-tech industries

  • development of technologies for the use of devices and facilities for recording radiation, propagation and interaction of radiation with objects of animate and inanimate nature

Alumni competences

  • study and analysis of research and technical data

  • development and design of electronic components of devices for measuring ionizing

    radiation and electrophysical facilities

  • design of programs and applied software packages for microcontrollers and electronic

    circuits

  • development of technical documentation for devices and facilities

  • application of modern radio measuring devices (oscilloscopes, generators, frequency

    meters, multimeters)

  • mathematical modeling of the processes of interaction of nuclear radiation with matter

Practical training and future employment

  • Dukhov Automatics Research Institute

  • Specialized Research and Production Enterprise “Eleron”

  • Specialized Research Institute of Instrumentation\

  • Research Institute for Technical Physics and Automation

  • Leading Research Institute of Chemical Technology

  • All-Russian Scientific Research Institute for Operation of Nuclear Power Plants

  • Dollezhal Research and Design Institute of Power Engineering

  • National Research Center "Kurchatov Institute"

  • Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation “Energia”.

Dmitriy Yurkov

Russian

Nuclear Physics and Technologies (14.03.02)

148 300

1

Development of Cyber-Physical Devices and Systems

Program objective

to train specialists for the development of cyber-physical devices and systems in high-tech industries.

Curriculum features

  • engineering and natural sciences fundamentals: 60%

  • advanced engineering subjects: 30%

  • humanities and socioeconomics studies: 10%

  • CDIO international standards and principles application (industrial partners – State Corporation ROSATOM companies)

Key research and professional area

R&D of intelligent physical and technical products, systems and processes with qualitatively new functions, properties and capabilities for use in various areas of high-tech industries.

Gennadiy Sarychev

Russian

2

Cyber-Physical, Nuclear and Electrophysical Instrumentation

Program objective

Training of highly qualified specialists in the development and operation of innovative nuclear, cyberphysical and electrophysical devices, facilities and systems that are widely used in nuclear power, oil and gas geophysics, inspection systems, medicine, radiation control.

Partner enterprise: Dukhov Automatics Research Institute 

Research and technological areas

  • development of nuclear physics devices, electronic systems of nuclear and physical facilities and automated control systems for nuclear and physical facilities

  • maintenance, application and operation of nuclear physics and electrophysical facilities in high-tech industries

  • development of technologies for the use of devices and facilities for recording radiation, propagation and interaction of radiation with objects of animate and inanimate nature

Alumni competences

  • study and analysis of research and technical data

  • development and design of electronic components of devices for measuring ionizing radiation and electrophysical facilities

  • design of programs and applied software packages for microcontrollers and electronic circuits

  • development of technical documentation for devices and facilities

  • application of modern radio measuring devices (oscilloscopes, generators, frequency meters, multimeters)

  • mathematical modeling of the processes of interaction of nuclear radiation with matter

Practical training and future employment

  • Dukhov Automatics Research Institute

  • Specialized Research and Production Enterprise “Eleron”

  • Specialized Research Institute of Instrumentation\

  • Research Institute for Technical Physics and Automation

  • Leading Research Institute of Chemical Technology

  • All-Russian Scientific Research Institute for Operation of Nuclear Power Plants

  • Dollezhal Research and Design Institute of Power Engineering

  • National Research Center "Kurchatov Institute"

  • Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation “Energia”.

Dmitriy Yurkov

Russian

3

Electronics and Automatics of Cyber-physical Systems and Facilities

Program objective

to train specialists for the development of cyber-physical devices and systems in high-tech industries.

Curriculum features

  • engineering and natural sciences fundamentals: 60%

  • advanced engineering subjects: 30%

  • humanities and socioeconomics studies: 10%

  • CDIO international standards and principles application (industrial partners – State Corporation ROSATOM companies)

Key research and professional area

R&D of intelligent physical and technical products, systems and processes with qualitatively new functions, properties and capabilities for use in various areas of high-tech industries.

Sergey Korolyov

Russian

Automatics of Technological Processes and Production  (15.03.04)

129 000

1

Cyber-physical Systems for Technological Processes Automation

Program objective

Training specialists for ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation enterprises and organizations in development and operation of control, monitoring and automation systems for nuclear and other physical facilities

Research and professional activities:

  • Developing software, hardware and algorithmic means of automated processes control systems (APCS), control and monitoring systems of high-tech and knowledge-intensive productions of the nuclear industry and energy, associated with the choice of the necessary research methods;

  • Providing production and technological activities for operation of existing technologies and the introduction of new high-tech developments;

  • Conducting analytical, simulation and experimental research in industrial automation using the latest achievements of science and technology.

    Curriculum features:

• intensive training on generally professional and special engineering subjects:

(information technologies, programming, computer systems and networks, engineering and computer graphics, materials science, electrical engineering, electronics, microprocessor technology, automatic control systems, information-measuring systems, metrology, digital automatic control systems, physical installations, technological equipment of NPPs, APCS of NPPs, radiation monitoring systems)

• significant amount of practical training in research and educational laboratories supplied with modern equipment at MEPhI and the leading enterprises of the nuclear industry.

Sergey Korolev

Russian

Mechatronics and robotics (15.03.06)

129 000

1

Mechatronics of cyber-physical and robotic systems and structures

Program objectives

  • training specialists in research, development and maintenance of mechatronic and robotic intelligent products, systems and processes with qualitatively new functions, properties and capabilities in high-tech industries

  • obtaining and developing universal and subject-specific specialized competencies that contribute to implementing research tasks.

Key research and professional areas:

  • information-sensory, executive and control modules of mechatronic and robotic systems;

  • mathematical, algorithmic and software support of mechatronic and robotic systems;

  • methods and tools for design, modeling, experimental research of mechatronic and robotic systems;

  • research and production testing of mechatronic and robotic systems.

Key curriculum features:

  • Microprocessor technology in mechatronics and robotics

  • Software for mechatronic and robotic systems

  • Information and measurement systems in mechatronics and robotics

  • Computer control of mechatronic systems

  • Modeling and research of mechatronic systems

Gennady Sarychev

Russian

Institute of International Relations

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International Relations (41.03.05)

114 400

1

International Scientific Technological and Industrial Cooperation

Objectives: The program educational concept is unrivalled among Russian universities and is aimed at training specialists with deep interdisciplinary knowledge and practical skills, who are confidently oriented in various spheres of international relations and are able to make decisions rapidly in an ever-changing environment.

The program is an innovative educational product that shapes the competence of students in the fields of international political, scientific, technical, information and economic activities; financial, economic and competitive analysis of world markets of high technologies; management of international scientific and technological projects.

Students learn to put into practice a unique method for analyzing a large array of unstructured information – situational express analysis.

Students are trained to work commercial and non-profit organizations, research institutions and transnational companies in Russia and abroad.

Being the "talent foundry" for the State Corporation ROSATOM in the field of international relations and international business, the Institute attracts experts to work with students to transfer necessary knowledge and practical experience.

Professional level of knowledge and fluency in at least two foreign languages allow graduates to practice as analysts and researchers in the largest Russian and international organizations.

The distinctive feature of BA program is the ability of graduates to develop specialized automated mechanisms for collecting, analyzing and visualizing information using multi-agent technologies.

Program partners

  • Russian federal ministries and agencies (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, etc.);
  • Russian state corporations (ROSATOM, RUSNANO, ROSTEC, etc.);
  • Foreign representative offices of Russian state corporations;
  • International organizations (IAEA, UNESCO, UNIDO, etc.);
  • Research institutions and mega-science projects (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Scientific and Technical Institute of Intersectoral Information, National Research Centre “Kurchatov Institute”, Russian Academy of Sciences, CERN, NIKA, ITER, etc.).

Semester tuition fee: 114 400 Russian rubles 

Program coordinator: Andrey I. Cherkasskiy, Deputy Director, AICherkasskij@mephi.ru

Contact person: Kristina V. Ionkina, KVIonkina@mephi.ru

Andrey Cherkasskiy English/Russian

Faculty for Business Informatics and Integrated Systems Management

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27.03.03 Systems Analysis and Management

1.

Systems Analysis and Life Cycle Management

Program objective:

To provide for profound knowledge and deep skills of technological area, which requires design and operation using the principles, methods and being aware of ontology of human activity based on system analysis, management, modeling, production and operation of technical systems, objects, instruments and devices for various purposes.

Curriculum

  • mathematical, natural science and humanitarian subjects

  • professional disciplines:

systems analysis, data optimization and decision making; systems modeling, systems theory and programming technology (web application programming); organization management, management of large-scale systems; quality control; fundamentals of innovation theory ; art of strategy, R&D management, business planning of venture projects, risk management, methodology and practice of institutional management.

Practical training

Nuclear industry enterprises and organizations

Students who have shown strong analytical skills and the ability to undergo independent research have an opportunity to participate in research activities of Department of Strategic Planning and Methodology of Management.

Career opportunities

System analysts, research analysts, managers at analytical and information departments of industrial enterprises, research centers, commercial organizations, educational institutions and social welfare.

Vladimir Chervyakov

Russian

129 000

2.

Systems Analysis and Life Cycle Management

Program objective:

To provide for profound knowledge and deep skills of technological area, which requires design and operation using the principles, methods and being aware of ontology of human activity based on system analysis, management, modeling, production and operation of technical systems, objects, instruments and devices for various purposes.

Curriculum

  • mathematical, natural science and humanitarian subjects

  • professional disciplines:

systems analysis, data optimization and decision making; systems modeling, systems theory and programming technology (web application programming); organization management, management of large-scale systems; quality control; fundamentals of innovation theory ; art of strategy, R&D management, business planning of venture projects, risk management, methodology and practice of institutional management.

Practical training

Nuclear industry enterprises and organizations

Students who have shown strong analytical skills and the ability to undergo independent research have an opportunity to participate in research activities of Department of Strategic Planning and Methodology of Management.

Career opportunities

System analysts, research analysts, managers at analytical and information departments of industrial enterprises, research centers, commercial organizations, educational institutions and social welfare.

Vladimir Chervyakov

English

38.03.02 Management

1.

Project Management for  Digital Economy

Program designers:

leading MEPhI professors and scientists from academic institutions, and namely cademician B.N. Porfiriev, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences G.B. Kleiner, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences V.V. Ivanov, Corresponding Member D.E. Sorokin, Doctor of Economics A.I. Ageev and others.

Program objectives:

  • Train professionals that will be capable to solve tasks in the interests of innovative development of high-tech sectors of the national economy in the context of digitalization

  • Gain and practice competencies in the field of management and economics of organizations of various forms of ownership;

  • Master the latest tools for business modeling and innovative development management; commercialization of research developments; creation and implementation of business strategies; digital technologies

Competitive advantages:

  • interdisciplinary nature of the program through the study of modern and promising information technologies and the latest economic and mathematical research and analytical tools.

  • use of various training formats: online training, case studies, presentations, reports, student Olympiads, distance courses, courses in English.

  • student research activity in close connection with potential employers.

Career opportunities

introducing digital technologies into state, corporate and municipal organizations of high-tech industries in Russia and abroad.

Anna Guseva

Russian

admission will be open in 2021/2022 academic year

38.03.05 Business Informatics

1.

Business Informatics for Digital Economy

Program designers:

leading MEPhI professors and scientists from academic institutions, and namely cademician B.N. Porfiriev, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences G.B. Kleiner, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences V.V. Ivanov, Corresponding Member D.E. Sorokin and others.

Program objective:

digital and integrated training for information support of high technologies development taking into account changing economic relations.

Key courses:

  • traditional disciplines of economic training

  • systems engineering

  • digital design and construction

  • investment analysis of innovative projects

The competencies obtained during the training allow graduates to get positions in economic, management and innovation divisions of investment funds, high-tech business, analytical centers, large corporations.

Anna Guseva

Russian

114 400

Institute for Financial Technologies and Economic Security

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10.03.01 Information Security

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Analysis and Information Systems for Financial Monitoring

Department: Financial Monitoring (75)

In the modern world, information technologies are actively developing, and this trend makes it possible to optimize the processes of data collection, storage, processing and transmission by automation. On the other hand, new threats to information security appear and are being improved, and that creates preconditions for the violation of information availability and confidentiality in financial and economic systems.

The program is aimed at forming and developing professional competencies in information security of financial and economic information systems, in particular for resolving financial monitoring issues, combating money laundering, financing terrorism and financing WMD proliferation.

Curriculum peculiarities

  • fundamental training in physics, mathematics and engineering

  • legal aspects of financial activities (fundamentals of economics and law, financial law, banking law)

  • international system for combating money laundering and financing of terrorism

  • national system for combating money laundering and financing of terrorism

  • fundamentals of financial investigation

  • combating terrorism financing

  • in-depth linguistic training

Practical training and professional opportunities

  • national institutions for financial monitoring and its regional subdivisions

  • national executive bodies (finance, economics) and law enforcement agencies

  • credit and non-credit institutions (insurance, leasing, real estate, factoring, jewelry, gambling, etc.)

  • IT-companies (FORS, Technoserv, CROC).

Pavel Leonov

Russian

129 000

38.03.01 Economics

1

Accounting, Analysis and Audit

Department: Accounting and Audit (56)

Program objective

Training of bachelors in accounting, economic analysis, internal control and audit of economic entities.

Key professional activities

  • behavior of business agents, their costs and financial results

  • global and national industrial markets

  • financial and information flows

  • financial framework for production processes

Curriculum features

  • peculiarities of accounting (nuclear industry companies’ cases)

  • planning and budgeting at nuclear industry companies’ cases)

  • formation and accounting of taxable indicators

  • accounting for foreign economic activity

  • accounting and analysis of bankruptcies

The program focuses on legal and mathematical training, the study of software products necessary for the automation of accounting, analytical calculations and audit.

Practical training and employment opportunities

  • State Atomic Energy Corporation "ROSATOM" companies

  • National institutions for tax, finance and financial monitoring

  • Renowned largest audit companies (KPMG, PwC, FBK, “LLC Rödl & Partners. Auditing services”, etc.)

  • Public and private banks (Sberbank of Russia, URALSIB, VTB, etc.)

Irina Komissarova

Russian

 

114 400

2

Financial Management

Department: Financial Management (63)

Program objective

Training of specialists in economics for providing economic, financial, marketing, and analytical services to various industries and implementing financial, credit and insurance activities in various entities.

Key professional activities

  • behavior of business agents, their costs and financial results

  • global and national industrial markets

  • financial and information flows

  • financial framework for production processes

Practical training and employment opportunities

  • State Atomic Energy Corporation "ROSATOM" companies

  • National institutions for tax, finance and financial monitoring

  • Renowned largest audit companies (KPMG, PwC, FBK, “LLC Rödl & Partners. Auditing services”, etc.)

  • Public and private banks (Sberbank of Russia, URALSIB, VTB, etc.)

Vera Kogdenko

Russian

38.03.05 Business Informatics

1

Technopreneurship

Departments: Financial Monitoring (75), Systems Analysis (28)

Program objective

training bachelors in economics, management, law and information communication technologies, engaged in design, implementation, analysis and maintenance of corporate information systems.

Key research areas

  • enterprise architecture design

  • strategic planning for information systems development and information communication technologies management

  • life cycle processes for information systems and information communication technologies management

  • analytics for decision-making of corporate management

  • automation processes for solving applied problems of information systems design and creation.

Practical training and employment opportunities

  • Russian financial research and analytical centers

  • State Corporation Rosatom companies

  • International Educational Consortium (Institute for Economic Strategies, International League for Strategic Management, Evaluation and Accounting)

  • Public and private banks and financial entities

Nikolay Morozov

Russian

114 400