Education offer of the Faculty of the Technical Physics
Bachelor studies – 3,5 years

Field of study: Technical Physics

  • Nanotechnology and functional materials

    This specialty aims at educating specialists in the field of manufacturing and versatile characteristics of the nanostructures and in the field of modern, advanced technologies of manufacturing and characterization of the functional materials for the needs of rapidly growing optoelectronics. In particular the student of this specialty will lose the research and technological problems in the respect to the issues of the nano-engineering of the molecular, biomolecular and supramolecular sets, molecular nano-bioelectronics, construction of modern photo sensors and bio-sensors. The graduates of this specialty will have the ability of specifying the atom and/or particle structure of the nano-structures, their electron, mechanical and magnetic properties, in the light of their possible application in the construction of electronic equipment of the high scale of integrity and in the construction of different sort of nanosensors. The functional materials have the specific physico-chemical properties, rendering them suitable in the most of the modern fields of manufacturing electronic optical equipment, such as organic electroluminescent diodes (OLED) small and big scale liquid crystal indicators, semi-conductor lasers and optical elements generating higher harmonics and light amplifiers. The materials being within the field of interest are the organic and inorganic crystals and substances having ordered liquid crystal structure, such as low-molecular, liquid crystals and liquid crystals polymers. Nanotechnologies are also devoted to creating manufacturing of the materials, equipment and other systems through the control of the matter in the manometer scale, that is at the level of atoms, particles and macroparticles. Manufactured in such a way nanostructures, often referred to as sets of limited dimension (2D, 1D, 0D), show different physical properties than the appropriate solid materials, what extents their applications' possibilities in the modern electronics and in the construction of the micro and nano-electromechanical sets. Elements of the construction of the equipment related with extending the technological possibilities in the respect of manufacturing nanostructures and their versatile characterisation constitute the essence of the active engineering on the field of nanotechnology, optoelectronics and material engineering and photodynamic diagnostic and cancer treatment, pharmacy industry and the environment protection.

  • Computer simulations

    The main purpose of education within this specialty is shaping the skills for using computers for solving technical problems in the way of numerical simulations and computations. As it is known, many of the problems of contemporary physics are in the essence physical problems that can be described using equations, especially differential equation. Conducted within this specialty the lecture presents several problems of this kind and shows how their analysis can be conducted with the help of numerical solving of the describing them equations and visualisation of their solutions. The programming language that is the base of the practical skills acquired by the students within the classes in the computer laboratory is C++ and its extended version: C++ Builder. The purpose of this specialty is also familiarising students with those branches of the physics, especially of the solid state, with which the familiarity enables to understand the basic elements of the computer.

  • Laser techniques and measure equipment

    This specialty is characterised by the interdisciplinarity of the applied engineering and measuring methods. Students familiarise themselves with the construction, exploitation and working of different sort of equipment such as interferometers, spectrographs, optical equipment, waveguide and optoelectronic, tuneable dye lasers, semiconductor lasers, light detectors, methods of photon counting, application of the polarised light, application of the non-linear crystals for the creation of harmonics and for mixing frequencies. Problems solved in the diploma works, realised within this specialty, require undertaking technical tasks from the fields of optics as well as optoelectronics, laser techniques, electronics and microwave technique, technology of the high and ultrahigh vacuum, informatics and especially computer aided experiments and different methods of computer aided design. The graduate of the studies obtains the practical engineering skills in the field of designing and exploitation of the measuring and research equipment and also for conducting measurements according to the binding legal norms.

Field of study: Technical and Informatics Education

The Candidate’s profile:

  • Interest in the engineering studies and future work related with the technique and informatics,
  • eagerness to acquire knowledge in the field of human resources management in different branches of the industry, economic administration and science,
  • the ability of leading the teams establishing small and middle enterprises and managing them in the economic activity

The graduates will be prepared to:

  • administration and service of the informatics systems and programs in the industry, economic, state, community administration, banking, school education,
  • activities aiding engineering design in the industry and industrial research facilities
  • teaching technical subjects or informatics in the primary schools – after obtaining teaching qualification according to the pertinent law.
Master’s degree – stationary studies of the second degree (1,5 years)

Field of study – Technical Physics:

  • Nanotechnology and functional materials
  • Computer simulations
More information about the studies and recruiting procedure can be obtained from:

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