The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the third (educational-scientific) level of higher education.
Duration of training is 4 years.
Postgraduate training is carried out in the field of automation and instrument making
in speciality 153 Micro- and Nanosystem Engineering
and includes the following areas:
1. Materials and devices of functional electronics.
2. Materials and devices of microwave electronics.
3. Sensory materials and devices.
4. Materials and devices of photovoltaics.
5. Materials and devices of nanoelectronics
F-catalog of elective courses training cycle
for candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
according to the educational program “Micro- and Nanosystem Engineering”
in specialшty 153 Micro- and Nanosystem Engineering
(entry in 2020)
Topics of dissertations of graduate students of the Department of Microelectronics:
Surname and initials of the graduate student
Year of admission to graduate school
Investigation of magnetoresistive properties of flexible structures of lanthanum perovskites
Determination and application of hot media in photocurrent
Features of application of nanotechnology of probe microscopy in diagnostics and directed modification of surfaces of semiconductor nanostructures and 2D materials
Resonators, filters and transducers based on quasiparticles in metacomposite media
Nanoantenna translators based on metasurfaces with periodic, quasiperiodic and chaotic structures
Electrophysical properties of semiconductor structures with organic layers
Mathematical models and numerical simulation of transients and equilibrium states in the interactions of metamaterials with external influences
Semiconductor layered structures for flexible electronics components
Methods of designing active piezoelectric filters
Nonstationary heat transfer in MEMS structures
Macromodels of nanostructured absorbing materials
Microsystem smart gas parameters sensors
Plasmon resonance in nanostructured materials for use in optoelectronics
Nanosized silicon 1D structures for sensors and photovoltaics
Flexible sensors based on nanocellulose films
Dielectric microwave composite materials with a diffuse spectrum