Applied Physics and Physical Engineering



This study programme is designed for students interested in mathematics, physics, computer engineering and applied physics. Moreover, they will gain in-depth knowledge of mechanics, physics, vacuum technologies, solid state physics and measurement methods. More detailed information and instructions for submitting an application form are available on the Faculty's website section Admissions.

What will I learn

Based on their specialization, students will gain knowledge and skills in the fields of physics of technological processes and physico-mathematical modelling. The experimentally-oriented specialization Physics of Technological Processes is focused on the use of basic instruments for the development of thin-film materials.


After graduating, students will be prepared to deepen their knowledge in the follow-up Master's degree programme Applied Sciences and Computer Engineering. Moreover, they find employment in cybernetics, control engineering, artificial intelligence, mechanics, applied physics, computer science and financial statistics.