Materials and Technologies in Magnetoelectronics

The program trains highly qualified professionals in magnetoelectronics that focus on creation, diagnostics and application of modern perspective magnetic materials and devices designed on their basis. Students study main classes of macro-, micro and nano sized magnetic materials and the technologies of their use. In particular, they focus on materials used for magnetic data recording, radio absorption and radio screening, hyperthermia and drug targeted delivery, active microwave electronic environments, automation and TV equipment, and IoT. Our graduates are employed by R&D centers, high-tech companies, etc. as process engineers and R&D experts.

Admission for International Students

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Or you can do that personally by address: Moscow, Leninsky Prospekt 6, block 3, room G-369 (College of Mining/G-building).

International Students Service +7 499 230-24-09


Vladimir Grigorievich Kostishin

Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Head of the Department of Technology of Electronics Materials

+7 495 638-46-51

Larisa Panina

DSc, PhD, professor at Institute of Novel Materials and Nanotechnology, Division of Technology for Electronic Materials

L.V. Panina graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University (including PhD courses) with a diploma in physics and physics of magnetic phenomena. She was previously working in Nagoya University, Japan and Plymouth University, United Kingdom. In 2013 she joined the National University of Science and Technology (MISIS) bringing with her a growing international activity on giant magnetoimpedance, magnetic sensors and tunable magnetic wire media. In 2016, she received DSc degree (Doctor of Science) in physical and mathematical sciences.

Her research interests also include magnetisation dynamics of micro and nano structures, electrodynamics and optics of artificially structured materials. She has published more than 150 peer-reviewed journal papers, 6 specialised book chapters and has given 22 invited lectures at international conferences. A number of scientific projects (RFBR, RSF) have been completed and are being implemented under her leadership. She is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and its Magnetic Society (IEEE is a leading international organization), a member of the administrative committee of the IEEE Magnetic Society, editor of the international journal Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, a member of the editorial board of the international journal Biosensors. H-index: WoS — 41, Scopus — 45.

+7 495 638-44-51

Alexander Morchenko

PhD, Prof. (Ass.) at Institute of Novel Materials and Nanotechnology, Division of Technology for Electronic Materials

Alexander Morchenko graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University with a diploma in physics. His research interests are in the field of physics and materials technology of magnetic electronics and microsystem engineering. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles on this and related topics.

Hirsch Indeces are WoS — 10, Scopus — 10

+7 495 638-44-51

Vladimir Kozlov

DSc, PhD, professor at Institute of Novel Materials and Nanotechnology, Division of Technology for Electronic Materials

V.V.Kozlov graduated from Moscow Institute of Electronic Technics ) with a diploma in semiconductors and insulators, then finished postgraduate and doctoral studies in the National University of Science and Technology (MISIS) at the department of Technology of Electronic Materials. In 2010 he received DSc degree (Doctor of Science) in technical sciences, since 2017 he is a professor at the department of Technology of Electronic Materials. Fields of research interest are metal-polymer and semiconductor-polymer nanocomposites; carbon nanomaterials; metal-carbon and semiconductor-carbon nanocomposites; heterogeneous-reaction kinetics; nanomaterial synthesis. He has developed scientific directions such as “Synthesis of composites based on polymers and semiconductor, metal nanoparticles under IR heating”, “Synthesis of carbon nanocrystalline materials under polymer heating”, and “Analysis of reaction mechanism and kinetics of synthesizing carbon materials by using UV- and Vis spectrometry, IR spectrometry, electron microscopy, X-ray method, thermogravimetric analysis, and differential scanning calorimetry”.

H-index: WoS — 6, Scopus — 6, RINC — 6.

+7 495 638-45-43

Vladimir Vasilievich Korovushkin

Doctor of Geology and Mathematics, Professor

+7 495 951-23-82

Andrey Timofeev

Ph.D., associate professor

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