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Metals, complex metal alloys, ceramics and composite materials, bio- and nanomaterials are the main materials of modern technology and medicine. Therefore, the development of physical principles for creating materials with necessary properties and technologies for their production is a promising area of modern science and technology. These goals require specialists with advanced knowledge in materials science, who are familiar with the methods of numerical simulation and computer design, with modern means of physical experiment and structural analysis. The program graduates will be of high demand in the international labor market.


The program uses up-to-date computer classes, equipped lecture halls and others, like:

  • educational class as part of 10 scanning probe microscopes - NanoEducator
  • analytical and technological equipment of the TPU Nano-Center
  • research laboratories with modern research equipment, such as an automated laser measuring system
  • optical, atomic force and scanning tunneling microscopes, X-ray and optical television installations, laser profilometer New View 6200, nanomaterial properties analysis complex Nanotest 600 and nanoindenter - G200 (MTS), and machines INSTRON and SHENK for the study of plasticity and strength of materials
  • research equipment of the Scientific research institution - Institute of Strength Physics and Materials Science of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (ISPMS SB RAS)

Degree title                           

Master of Science in Manufacture of Products from Nanostructured Materials and Additive Technologies

Duration2 academic years
Application deadline10.08 (fall semester)
Contact for application issues

International Admission Office (preferably)

E-mail: omrs@tpu.ru

Tel: +7 (3822) 60-64-76

Online Application

Learning output

This program equips students with all the necessary skills and knowledge, allowing them to:

  • work with modern equipment and devices for analysis and control of nanostructures
  • apply specialized and common software
  • know about development trend in the production of various elements from nanoceramics, nanocomposites, other materials based on nanopowders
  • search and analyze information in the field of nanoindustry
  • create and organize production process
  • design modern technological processes for production of high-tech units and elements
  • maintenance of modern high-tech equipment for layer-by-layer production of parts and elements from various composite materials
  • work as a team leader and supervisor


The program curriculum includes:

  • Modern Methods of Structural Analysis in Materials Science
  • Diagnostics of Loaded Materials
  • Main Areas of Development of Materials Science
  • Nanomaterials and Coating Technologies
  • Computer Simulation of Materials and Technologies
  • Modern Problems of Science in the Field of Nanomaterials Technology
  • Biocompatible Materials and Coatings
  • Computer and Information Technologies in Science and Production
  • Materials Science and Technology of Advanced Materials
  • Professional English
  • Materials Science and Technology of Nanomaterials and Coatings Methods of Materials Selection in Mechanical Engineering
  • Modification of Material Surface 
  • Positions and places of employment:
  • Nanostructured Materials Based on Metal and Ceramic
  • Powder Composites and Products
  • Computer Simulation of Obtaining and Processing of Materials
  • Equipment and Automation of Heat Treatment of Materials and Products
  • Modern Surface Hardening Technology
  • Manufacturing Technology of Bulk Nanomaterials
  • Nanomaterials and Environment: Application and Risk Assessment
  • and others

Areas of expertise and employment

The program graduates will be able to work as engineers and researchers in the areas of development of new materials for various purposes, technologist for the production of products from materials with desired properties, or as software developers. 

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