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General Information

 

The Faculty of Physics at the Belarusian State University was founded in October of 1958. Further development at the Faculty resulted in 1972 in the organization of the Research Institute for Applied Physical Problems, and in 1976, four Departments of the Physics Faculty were united as the Faculty of Radio-Physics and Electronics. The Research Institute for Nuclear Problems was founded in 1986, based on the Faculty’s laboratories.

Staff:    24 Professors, 78 Associate Professors, 50 Post-Graduate Students and 700 Students

 

Faculty offers programs of study leading to the Diploma of Higher Education, Master Degree, PhD Degree.

 

The following specialities and specializations are available for Higher Education Program:

Specialities

·         Physics (field  – physical science and research methods)

Qualifications: Physicist. Researcher.

 ·         Physics (field  – physical science and teaching methods)

Qualifications: Physicist. Lecturer of physics and informatics.

 ·         Physics (field  – physical science and inventive activity)

Qualifications: Physicist. Engineer.

 ·         Physics (field  – managerial activity)

Qualifications: Physicist. Manager.

 Specializations

Theoretical physics; Solid-State Physics; Biophysics; Physical Optics; Laser Physics and Spectroscopy; Physics of Semiconductors and Isolators; Energophysics; Termophysics; Nuclear Physics and Electronics; Atomic Physics and Physical Informatics; Physics of Protecting Covers; Microe1ectronics; Physical Metrology and Experiment Automatization; Computer Simulation of Physical Processes; Innovative Materials and Technologies; Vacuum Technologies; Physical Experiment in Secondary and Higher School; Applied Spectroscopy; Physics of Nondestructive  Control

See specilities available for Master Degree and PhD Degree study programs

 

Basic Courses

 

Mathematical analysis; Analytical Geometry; Probability Theory; Mathematical Statistics; the Fundamentals of Vector and Tensor Analysis; Differential and Integral Equations; Methods of Mathematical Physics; Mechanics; Molecular Physics; Electricity; Optics; Physics of Atoms and Nuclei; Theoretical Mechanics; Quantum Mechanics; Electrodynamics; Thermodynamics; Statistical Physics; Theory of Relativity; Computer Training; Methods of Numerical Simulation; Computers in Physical Experiment and Techniques

 

Humanitarian Courses

History of Belarus and World Civilization; Economic Theory and Practice; Philosophy; Ethics; Aesthetics; Theory of Law; Politology; Foreign Language; Radio-Ecology; History of World Religions

 

Special  Courses

Solid-State Physics; Laser Physics; Physics  of Condensed Matter; Radiation Interaction with the Matter; Physics of Biosystems; Group Theory; Astronomy and Astrophysics; Radio-Electronics; History of Physical Ideas

Scientific Activity:

  • Fundamental interaction physics. Quantum field theory, gravitation theory and cosmology. Nuclear astrophysics. Nonlinear dynamics of complex systems and self-organization theory.
  • Condensed matter physics. Electronic structure of solids. Electronic, thermal, and diffusion processes in complex inhomogeneous condensed systems. Physics of semiconductor surfaces.
  • Physical principles of the production, diagnostics, and use of nanostructured materials. Production of carbon-containing materials based on metals and fullerenes; investigation of their properties.
  • Development of the energy-effective materials and technologies. Materials and devices of solar power engineering.
  • Surface and near-surface layer modification by ion-implantation, plasma, and radiative effects. Ion-plasma deposition of the layers with the required physical-chemical characteristics.
  • Interactions between laser radiation and condensed media. Nonlinear optical phenomena in atomic and molecular systems.
  • Nonlinear optics, multiwave mixing, and dynamic holography. Diffraction optics and formation of light beams with the desired spatial structure. Space solitons and optical vortexes.
  • Holographic data processing methods. Creation of new photosensitive polymeric materials for holographic and other optical technologies.
  • Methods for atomic-emission and molecular spectrum analysis. Spectroscopy of the solutions of complex organic compounds. Photophysics and photochemistry of glassy polymers. Spectroscopic and electrooptical properties of liquid crystals.
  • Development of laser and spectral devices. Creation of the controlled optoectronic elements and imaging systems based on liquid crystals.
  • Optimization of the design and technological parameters of micro- and optoelectronic elements. Development of integrated analog-digital microcircuits. Instrument making; development of nondestructive testing and fast diagnostic methods for semiconductor materials and device structures on their basis. Development of Hall-effect displacement pickups.
  • Manufacturing of devices for nuclear radiation and Mössbauer spectroscopy. Radiometry of natural objects. Development of nondestructive testing systems for moving objects with the use of small-scale pulsed ionizing radiation sources.
  • Biophysics of regulatory processes. Molecular membrane mechanisms of functioning biosystems. Redox-regulation of cellular processes.
  • Development and construction of neuroelectronic and bioelectronic devices. Biosensors, neurosensors, and bioconverters. Controlled biological neuron networks.
  • Medicinal biophysics and biophysical methods of diagnosis. Biophysics of cells. Photodynamic laser therapy. Biomedical applications of lasers.
  • Development of educational and laboratory equipment for students in general physics (mechanics, molecular physics, electricity and magnetism, optics, atomic physics, nuclear physics) and for the specialized laboratory works (laser physics, optical data processing, fiberoptics, biophysics, solid-state and semiconductor physics, etc.).
  • Physics teaching methods for a secondary school. Forms and methods of educational work in secondary school as applied to gifted children.

Contact Infotrmation

 

Address:

5, Bobruiskaya Street, 220030. Minsk, Belarus

Telephone:

+ 375 17 209 52 67

Fax:

+ 375 17 209 54 45

E-mail:

physdean@bsu.by

Web:

www.physics.bsu.by

Location 


 

Itinerary


 

 Bus stops: "Vokzal" / "Bobruiskaya" / "Ploschad' Nezavisimosti" / "Kirova"

Trolleybus stops: "Bobruiskaya" / "Kirova" / "Vokzal"

Metro Station "Ploschad' Leniona"

Tram stop: "Vokzal"