Qualified specialists in applied physics are in great demand all around the world in fields of telecommunication technologies, information technologies, information protection systems, nano-, space technologies, biotechnologies, and medicine.

Applied physics is engaged in research of physical phenomena. New devices and production technologies are developing as a result of scientific studies.

After graduation in applied physics, former students can engage in experimental and theoretical scientific research, creating new scientific and technical developments and their implementation based on research of exploiting complex electronic and computer equipment.

Employees, students and postgraduate students of the faculty participate in joint projects with scientific institutions of Germany, France, Netherlands, Great Britain, USA, Japan, China, Southern Korea, etc. This partner programs provide possibilities for internship and continuing of education abroad, in particular, in Germany, France, Netherlands, Great Britain, USA, Japan, and China.

For the details go to the section about joining the faculty.