The curriculum of the double degree Master Program is designed to expand students’ in-depth knowledge in Physics, Nanotechnologies, and Material Sciences. Three majors are offered to choose from, including Biomedical Applications; Optics and Photonics; Industry Applications. Majors will introduce students to modern applied and fundamental scientific technologies, applications of nanomaterials. The Master program is a platform for students to take part in implementation of interdisciplinary projects. Participating in these joint projects students acquires skills of working on modern equipment, using modern computer methods; experience in organizing work in an interdisciplinary team under the mentoring of professor. Professors of the program are worldwide experts who have extensive experience in teaching, research, and the work with entrepreneurs. Received knowledge and skills and communications with professors provide students a wide range of contacts with leading experts in different areas and helps graduates to find work in companies and research institutions worldwide. Students of the program will get a Russian Federation state-approved degree of M.Sc. in Physics in the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University and have the opportunity to receive a second degree — M.Sc. in Nanotechnology of Gdansk University of Technology (GTU).
The courses within the program are taught by leading scientists who will share their considerable experience with the students.
The practices and internships are carried out in the leading Russian and European research centers in various formats: workshops, case studies, laboratory research, experiments, as well as participation in professional competitions and grants, which allow the students to build a path for professional development and find useful contacts for career growth.
Graduates can build a successful career in the fields of interdisciplinary projects, working in both commercial companies and research centers worldwide.