Metamaterials


Partner University: ITMO University

Place of Study: Russia
Outcome (diploma or credits): Master of Science in Photonics and Optoinformatics (ITMO University)
Duration: 2 Years, 120 credits
Language: English
Application Deadline: 01 July 2017
Admission Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Physics, Engineering or relevant field with excellent/good grades. CV & motivation letter. Upper-intermediate level of English. For admission to the partner university IELTS or TOEFL may be required.
Price: 199 000 RUR for Russian citizens 219 000 RUR for foreign citizens (per year).

Metamaterials Degree Master’s Program:

1st Semester: 

Classical electrodynamics 5 credits
Business ethics 3 credits
Mathematical methods 5 credits
Research project 9 credits
Advanced quantum mechanics 5 credits
Philosophy  9 credits

2nd Semester:

Computational methods and computer modeling in physics 3 credits
Rigorous methods of electrodynamics 2 credits
Metamaterials  4 credits
Quantum optics (OR) Optics of nanostructures 6 credits
Advanced electrodynamics 4 credits
Research project 10 credits
Numerical methods of electrodynamics 2 credits

3rd Semester:

Femtosecond optics and femtotechnologies 5 credits
Scientific English 5 credits
Nanophotonics  5 credits
Research project 5 credits
Radiophysics (OR) Nanoplasmonics and physics of intense light 5 credits
Technology and experimental methods of nanophotonics 5 credits

4th Semester:

Internship in research laboratory (diploma work) 28 credits
Diploma seminar 2 credits

 

Contact:

Anna Shiker , secretary of the program

E-mail:  anuta_shiker@mail.ru 

Michael Petrov, researcher, coordinator of the program

E-mail: edu@metalab.ifmo.ru

 

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