Nanotechnology and Materials for Micro- and Nanosystems

The program is devoted to the study of micro- and nanoscale phenomena, materials and devices. It gives students solid foundation in three core areas: nanomaterial fabrication and characterization, physical properties, and devices. The students will also understand the potential for the technology commercialization and its social impact.


of study

120 ECTS Full-time mode

Nanotechnologies and Microsystems Technics

Major code №28.04.01

Examination content

Tuition fee 273 000 rubles/year.

Minimal entrance exam score — 40 points

Head of the Program

Larisa Panina

DSc, PhD

International Students Services

Svetlana V. Dubrovskaya

Head of the International Students Services

+7 499 230-24-09


This program gives a wide range of options to choose the specialization form and, on the other hand, it is based on modern and traditional approaches of materials development: Thermodynamics, Kinetics, Phase diagrams.


compulsory foundational courses along with elective courses focusing on specific materials and devices.

Research work can be focused in one of the following topics:

  • Science, technology and devices based on magnetic nanostructures
  • Nanostructured carbon materials and multiphase polymer nanocomposites
  • Nanoscale science and fundamental concepts in nanotechnology
  • Micro- and nanofabrication and structural characterization

Fundamental training via core and required courses:

  • Modern Methods of Structural Characterisation of Micro- and Nanosystems
  • Foreign Language (English / Russian)
  • Technology and Materials of Quantum Electronics
  • Management of Quality
  • Project Management
  • Methods of Mathematical Modeling
  • Metal-carbon Nanocomposites
  • Physics & Engineering of Magnetic Nanomaterials, Micro- and Nanosystems
  • Embedded Systems and Software Engineering


elective disciplines enable students to tailor the program to their needs

Synthesis of Nanomaterials and Heterostructures

Simulation Methods

Micro and Nanosensors

Spintronics Materials and Devices

Electronic Properties of Quantum Confined Semiconductor Heterostructures

Modern Methods of Atomic Modelling

Research supervisors

Vladimir Kozlov

DSc, PhD

Research focus: Nanocomposite technology

Supervision Plan: 1-2 students per year

Sergey Marenkin

DSc, PhD

Research focus: Spintronics

Supervision Plan: 1-2 students per year

Oleg Rabinovich


Research focus: Semiconductors and simulation

Supervision Plan: 1-2 students per year

Alexander Morchenko


Research focus: Magnetism of micro- and nanosystems

Supervision Plan: 1-2 students per year


Academic partners:

Russian Quantum Center

Institute of Physics, Check Academy of Sciences, Prague

Zhejiang University, Centre of Excellence in Composite Materials, Hangzhou, China

Amity University Haryana, IndiaScientific-Practical Centre of Materials Technology, Minsk, Republic f Belorussia


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