The department provides training for students in higher mathematics, general and theoretical physics, computer technologies, condensed state physics. Conducting specialized courses in the physics of nanoscale and low-dimensional systems, modern magnetism, nanoplasmonics, studying non-standard methods of modern spectroscopy of nanoobjects in physics, chemistry, and biology.

  • Selected sections of general and quantum physics (for biologists and chemists);
  • Selected sections of higher mathematics and information technologies (for biologists and chemists);
  • Physics of low-dimensional systems
  • Physical methods of collective excitation analysis in condensed and low-dimensional systems;
  • Modern magnetism: from basics to nanodynamics.
  • Elective from selected sections of physics (“physics with pencil and computer”).
  • Modern nanoplasmonics.