The Department Branch of Physics and Technology of Solid-State Electronics is aimed at training masters in the field of "Electronics and Nanoelectronics."
The main areas of educational and research activities of the department are development and research in the fields:
- modern micro- and nanotechnologies,
- high-power semiconductor electronics,
- technologies of amorphous, wide-band-gap, and organic semiconductors and instrument structures based on them,
- thermoelectric energy conversion,
- technologies of semiconductor detectors of nuclear radiation,
- superconducting electronics,
- applications of micro- and nanotechnologies in electronics.
The range of scientific research of the department includes the main areas of modern solid-state electronics. Special attention is paid to materials science and the use of new technologies and materials in high-power electronics, micro- and optoelectronics.