Fundamental and applied physics

Training is carried out in the following areas:

theory of superconductivity
theory of low-dimensional systems (quantum wells, graphene, topological insulators)
physics of quantum computers
theory of disordered systems
hydrodynamics and the theory of turbulence
theory of nonlinear optical coupling
conformal field theory
astrophysics
mathematical physics
computational Statistical Physics and New Information Technologies

Some graduates choose to continue studies at the universities abroad. Also joint training in the postgraduate course of the Institute of Theoretical Physics and the foreign university is not uncommon. Students of senior courses go on probation to various universities. Employees of the Institute maintain active scientific contacts and carry out joint research with scientists in many leading scientific centers of the world, senior students and postgraduates take part in joint work with scientific groups in such centers as institutions in Rutgers, Zurich, Paris, California, Texas, Helsinki , Karlsruhe, Weizmann Institute, Los Alamos Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

STUDIED COURSES:

Basics of measurement
Selected methods of theoretical physics
Introduction to group theory
Physics of crystals
Percolation theory and fractals
Selected problems of theoretical physics
Colloquium on experimental physics
Seminar on quantum mechanics
Fundamentals of the theory of gravitation
Introduction to quantum physics
Introduction to computational physics
Modern Geometry
Condensed State Theory
Nonlinear problems of hydrodynamics
Diagram methods
Quantum electrodynamics
Seminar on Scientific Literature
Magnetism
Superconductivity
Phonons and electrons in metals