Students acquire the knowledge necessary to design new material structured based on metals and alloys with the required properties, high strength and destruction resistance in the first place. They learn how to develop technologies to obtain and use in innovation areas such as power industry, aircraft industry and space technologies, transport, medicine, etc. Special attention is given to future research and experimental competencies, IT technologies in materials science including Big Data, machine learning techniques, digital options in creation and control of properties, workability forecasting and guaranteed reliability of technology and equipment operation.
The program combines the study of materials science, chemistry and biomedicine and trains professionals in the development and application of nanomaterials (including magnetic materials) to create new drugs and medications. Students study nanoparticle synthesis, test their efficiency and safety for living organisms; research into the possibilities to use multifunctional nanohybride materials with antitumor effect, for instance, as MRI contrast agents, for magnetic hyperthermia and drug targeted delivery; focus on projects to develop theoretical and practical approaches to low frequency magnetic field biological process control.
During the program students focus on key areas of laser equipment use and aspects of its development and application including theoretical basics of quantum emission formation, laser emission interaction with different materials and media. They learn material properties and technologies of their creation, and the processes of appliance design and manufacturing. Special emphasis is made on the research in optical systems of functional dielectric materials, laser beam control and creation of laser equipment. Annually our students actively participate in conferences and competitions, publish their articles in scientific journals, and become interns of international programs at NUST MISIS partner universities.
This program focuses on innovations in modern materials science related to the research in obtaining new high temperature and superhard materials, their properties and options to use them in various industries. Students learn how to create materials for gas turbine engines, hypersonic flying objects, cutting and drilling equipment, various protective coatings, and study processes of artificial diamond synthesis for jewelry and other industries.
The program trains highly qualified professionals in the development and research of new materials and technologies in nanoelectronics. The curriculum focuses on methods of property analysis and forecasting of semiconductors, metals, dielectrics, composite nanomaterials and heterostructures used in various fields, from electronics to biomedicine. Students carry out R&D works in materials science, use laser, optic and acoustic systems, quantum electronic devices and functional materials.
This program trains highly qualified professionals in the research in the structure and properties of inorganic materials (including nanostructured and nanosized) for various areas of application including functional materials with record magnetic properties (magnetically soft and hard), and materials for biomedical purposes. Since the first year of the Master’s program students participate in the development, research and creation of new materials using the state-of-the-art equipment. Our graduates find employment at leading R&D companies and industrial enterprises.
This Master’s program focuses on the processes of innovation material creation, research in the physical and chemical properties and application of innovation materials in metallurgy, space industry, nuclear power industry, nanoindustry and medicine. The learning structure combines best old school traditions, key industrial trends and innovative methods of material research. Students study nanomaterials, new types of metallic alloys, diamonds and ceramics, composites, superhard and high temperature materials thus being able to acquire extensive cutting-edge scientific knowledge.
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