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General information

Our faculty has a rich academic heritage. Among our notable alumni is Pavel Cherenkov – member of the Academy of Sciences, Nobel Laureate in Physics, laureate of state prizes, graduate of 1928. A large number of our graduates have become laureates of state and various other prizes. Many of them have highest state awards for their pioneering research.

Founded in 1918
Address 1 Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, 394006, Russia
Telephone +7 (473) 220-83-94; 220-83-96
Fax +7 (473) 220-87-55
E-mail dеаn@phys.vsu.ru
Website www.phys.vsu.ru
Dean Professor Anatoly M. Bobreshov, PhD, Dr. habil. in Mathematics and Physics
Departments
  • Mathematical Physics
  • General Physics
  • Optics and Spectroscopy
  • Semiconductors and Microelectronics
  • Radiophysics
  • Solid State and Nanostructure Physics
  • Theoretical Physics
  • Experimental Physics
  • Electronics
  • Nuclear
  • Physics
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Undergraduate courses (BSc)
  • Physics
  • Radiophysics
  • Electronics and Nanoelectronics
  • Nuclear Physics and Technology
  • Computer Engineering and Informatics
Master’s degree courses (MSc)
  • Physics
  • Radiophysics
  • Electronics and Nanoelectronics
Study options Full-time, part-time
Duration
  • BA (full-time) – 4 years,
  • BA (part-time) – 5 years,
  • MA (full-time) – 2 years.
Academic staff There are 140 faculty members, most of whom (over 130) have advanced academic degrees and titles, including 33 professors, 6 lecturers are Honoured Workers of Science of the Russian Federation; 4 staff members have the title of Honoured Workers of Higher Professional Education.
Study facilities/resources
  • 41 laboratories
  • 3 display rooms
  • Department divisions at research institutes and industrial enterprises
  • Research Institute of Physics
International cooperation in the sphere of education
International students There are 15 undergraduate and 5 postgraduate international students at the Faculty of Physics.
Courses taught in English At the Faculty of Physics, there are a number of classes in English for international students.
International grant study projects The Faculty participates in the European Commission programme FP7 project as part of a consortium consisting of 6 countries.
More information The Faculty of Physics collaborates with the International Institute for High Energy Physics (Germany), Argonne and Oak Ridge National Laboratories (USA), Grenoble Institut Laue–Langevin (France), National Instruments, Siemens IT Solutions & Services, Texas Instruments, Microwave Integrated System Laboratory (University of Birmingham, UK)
Research
Key areas of research At present, there are the following schools of thought at the Faculty:
  • Theory of laser-matter interaction.
    Founded and led by Prof., Honoured Worker of Science of the Russian Federation – L.P. Rapoport. Current leaders: D.Sc., Prof., Honoured Worker of Science of the Russian Federation B.A. Zon, and D.Sc., Prof. N.L. Manakov.
  • Electronic structure of solids.
    Led by D.Sc., Prof., Honoured Worker of Science of the Russian Federation E.P. Domashevskaya.
  • Nuclear physics and condensed matter physics.
    Led by D.Sc., Prof., Honoured Worker of Science of the Russian Federation S.G. Kadmenskiy.
  • Photostimulated surface processes in crystals with ionic andcovalent bonds.
    Led by D.Sc., Prof., Honoured Worker of Science of the Russian Federation A.N. Latyshev.
  • Statistical radiophysics and informatics.
    Led by D.Sc., Prof., Honoured Worker of Science of the Russian Federation A.P. Trifonov.
Research facilities
  • Research Institute of Physics
  • 21 research laboratories
International cooperation in the sphere of research
More information The Faculty members have been guest lecturers in the USA and China.

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