Read Textbooks, Ask Teachers
While it is sufficient to pay attenstion to classes to pass thru the exams, it is required to read textbooks to build a more well-rounded understanding of the subject. We recommend that you read the textbooks on the subjects you like, and consult teachers with major questions you don’t understand.
The following textbooks relating the master program are available to download from MISIS IP-address range (read: you can download these textbooks if you’d get online from your lab):
- Advanced Magnetic Nanostructures, by David Sellmyer, Ralph Skomski
- Handbook of Advanced Magnetic Materials, by Yi Liu, David J. Sellmyer, Daisuke Shindo
- Nanoscale Magnetic Materials and Applications, by J. Ping Liu, Eric Fullerton, Oliver Gutfleisch, D.J. Sellmyer
- Principles of Nanomagnetism, by Alberto P. Guimarães
- Fundamentals of Semiconductors. Physics and Materials Properties, by Peter Y. Yu, Manuel Cardona
- Carbon Nanomaterials, Second Edition, by Gogotsi, Yury
- Handbook of Spin Transport and Magnetism, by Tsymbal, Evgeny Y.
- Electromagnetic, Mechanical, and Transport Properties of Composite Materials, by Pal, Rajinder
- Metal Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications, by Fedlheim, Daniel L.
- Magnetic Materials: Fundamentals and Applications, by Nicola A. Spaldin
- Ultrafast Lasers Based on Quantum Dot Structures — Physics and Devices, by Rafailov
- Introduction to Organic Semiconductor Heterojunctions, by Yan
- Introduction to Mesoscopic Physics, by Imry, Yoseph.
- Clean Electricity From Photovoltaics, by Green, Martin A.
- Solid-State Physics. An Introduction to Principles of Materials Science, by Harald Ibach, Hans Lüth
Feel free to:
- download the textbook (that is possible from MISIS IP address range)
- limited printing. The actual page limits vary from one publishing house to another, but a good rule of thumb is not to print more than 50 pages at once.
You are not allowed to:
- put the files online, or even
- send it by email