Semiconductor Power Converters

The program provides knowledge and skills in the development and manufacturing of components and materials for optic electronics and nanophotonics. The curriculum includes the development of zero-energy houses, focuses on research in space photovoltaics, creation of light emitting diodes, sun batteries and nuclear particle detectors, and proposes new solutions in the field of energy conversion. Our graduates become scientific researchers, or continue their R&D advancement as post-graduate students. They work on innovation products in the power sector at the leading Russian or international companies engaged in R&D.
Admission for International Students

Via e-mail: welcome@misis.ru

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

Teachers

Alexander Yakovlevich Polyakov

PhD in engineering, professor at the Department of Semiconductor Electronics and Semiconductor Physics, head of the Laboratory of Ultra-wide Bandgap Semiconductors

+7 495 237-21-29
poliakov.ai@misis.ru

Konstantin Ivanovich Tapero

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor


tapero.ki@misis.ru

Nargiza Tuktamyshevna Vagapova

PhD


vagapova.nt@misis.ru

Danila Sergeevich Saranin

Ph.D., Art. Lecturer, Deputy Head of the Advanced Solar Energy Laboratory

Irina Olegovna Yakimova

Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Senior Researcher


yakimov.eb@misis.ru

Svetlana Petrovna Kobeleva

PhD in physics and mathematics, associate professor at the Department of Semiconductor Electronics and Semiconductor Physics, senior researcher

+7 495 955-01-50
kob@misis.ru

Other programs

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.

Technologies in Micro- and Nanoelectronics

An expert in micro- and nanoelectronics needs deep knowledge in materials science and semiconductor physics, shall understand the physical basics of processes for the creation of new materials, and foster such qualities as self-development and fast adaptation. Master’s students participate in R&D works on mathematical simulation of new material technology creation, upgrading of micro- and nanoelectronic item manufacturing process technological regimes, development of ways to modify solid matter electronics and integral micro scheme components, and the methods of technical control and testing. The program trains professionals for branch and academic research establishments and production enterprises in electronic sector including the military industry.