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1. Microscopic methods in macroscopic electrodynamics. Tishchenko A.A.
This course contains material that supplements the classical courses of theoretical physics: field theory and macroscopic electrodynamics and reflects the author’s many years of experience in this field. A feature of the course is the consistent consideration of microscopic methods for calculating the macroscopic properties of systems and processes, which allows us to trace a number of fundamental phenomena, and, on the other hand, describes approaches to solving applied problems that directly arise in modern research.

2. Work in MathCad and KlypWin. Baykova O.A.
The course "Work in MathCad and KlypWin" is intended for undergraduate students in the areas of training "Applied Mathematics and Computer Science", "Nanoelectronics, Spintronics and Photonics". The course will also be useful to undergraduates in these areas for all students who wish to gain deeper knowledge in the field of mathematical and physical modeling in software environments and, in particular, in modeling powerful vacuum microwave devices.

3. Physics of micro- and nanosystems (part 1). Martynov I.L.

4. Physics of micro- and nanosystems (part 2). Martynov I.L.
The course consists of two parts. The aim of the course is to obtain the knowledge necessary for successful professional activity in the field of research, development and technology aimed at creating functionalized nano- and micro-objects, understanding the processes occurring in the field of condensed matter, physics of nano-objects, nanophotonics and controlling the processes of energy transfer at the level. The course is designed for two semesters of study.

5. Devices and methods of modern ion mobility spectrometry. Schwarzburg A.A.

6. The basics of digital electronics. The first steps. Zuykov A.V.
“First Steps” is a course of practical tasks on the basics of digital electronics using the example of schemes of light-dynamic devices. The course combines both theoretical material for familiarization with the topic being studied, and practical tasks to consolidate the knowledge gained. With the help of the First Steps manual, young inventors will be able to immerse themselves in the fascinating world of electronics and independently go all the way from the first LED on, to the final connection to the assembled circuit of the light-dynamic screen.

7. Fundamentals of programming microcontrollers of the AVR family. Felitsyn V.A.
This course teaches the basics of the architecture of microprocessor systems and microcontrollers of the AVR family.

8. Basics of semiconductor electronics. Bakerenkov A.S.
The course discusses the basics of semiconductor physics, which can be studied using knowledge from the standard school curriculum in physics and mathematics. The material presented is the basis for the development of other areas of electronics, such as technology and circuitry. If you want to not only deepen your knowledge, but also learn to find fundamentally new solutions in modern electronics, this course is for you.

9. PCB design. Shaltayeva Yu.R.
The course studies the basics of designing printed circuit boards in the Altium Designer program, widely known among developers of electrical circuits and systems on crystals.

10. Gas dynamics. Birkin V.A.
The aim of the course "Gas Dynamics" is to familiarize yourself with the theory of gas flows (ideal liquids), study the basic methods for calculating the properties of gases in nozzles of various profiles, study the theory of shock waves, study the features of gas flows in membranes with nanometer pore scales.

11. Fundamentals of Microelectronics. Bakerenkov A.S.
The aim of the course is to study the physical principles of the operation of semiconductor electronics, as well as the development of the principles of calculation analysis of the main characteristics of typical transistor circuits, widely used in modern analog and digital-to-analog electronics.

12. Fundamentals of microsystem technology. Boychenko D.V.
The aim of the course is to train specialists in the field of development, design, production and operation of microsystems, including various types of microsensors and actuators, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), microanalytical devices, microfluidic systems, controlled by micro radio components and microrobots, for use in miniature technical devices, medical and biological devices, special safety systems.

13. Introduction to modern nanotechnology. Vasilievsky I.S.
The aim of the course "Introduction to Modern Nanotechnology" is to study the basic approaches of modern nanotechnology to create, use and properties of the main types of nanomaterials. The course covers the basics of physics of materials with a reduced dimension and modern technologies for producing nano-objects; the basic conceptual basis in this area is introduced. The main features of the properties of nanomaterials in the transition to nanoscale, as well as their use in electronics, photonics, structural materials, biotechnology, sensors, are considered. Emphasis is placed on the presentation of the physics and technology of semiconductor multilayer heterostructures and their use in nano, microwave and functional electronics.

14. Molecular dynamics in multiscale modeling. Katin K.P.
In the frame of the course students learn the basic theoretical fundament of the molecular dynamics (MD) simulations. We pay attention to physical and mathematical ideas of MD simulations rather than the interface of corresponding software. Students at first write their own programs for simple MD calculations and use the special packages only in the second part of the semester. So, the initial skill in programming is implemented. Two examples of the multiscale modeling, demonstrated different aspects of the using of MD methods, are included.

15. Physics of Phase Transitions in Nanosystems. Maslov M.M.
The aim of the course is to study issues relating to the phase transitions in nanosystems

16. Introduction to the theory of ferromagnetism. Maslov M.M., Katin K.P.
This course focuses on the phenomenon of ferromagnetism. Ferromagnetism is a magnetically ordered state of matter in which atomic magnetic moments are parallel to each other, so that the matter has a spontaneous magnetization. Owing to ferromagnetism, some materials (such as iron) can be attracted by magnets or become the permanent magnets themselves. The phenomenon of ferromagnetism plays an important role in modern technologies. It is a physical basis for the creation of a variety of electrical and electronic devices, such as transformers, electromagnets, magnetic storage devices, hard drives, spintronic devices, etc. However, in the absence of external magnetic field ferromagnetism does not occur at any temperature. It occurs only below some critical temperature, which is called the Curie temperature. For different ferromagnetic materials, the Curie temperature has its own value. It should be noted that the phenomenon of ferromagnetism arises due to the exchange interaction, which tends to set the magnetic moments of neighboring atoms or ions parallel to each other. The exchange interaction is a purely quantum effect, which has no analogue in classical physics. In this course we shall try to understand the microscopic origin of ferromagnetism, to learn about its experimental appearing, magnetizing field, magnetic anisotropy, and quantum mechanical effect. We try to build a quantum mechanical theory of ferromagnetism. The course is aimed to graduate students wishing to improve their level in the field of theoretical physics.

17. End-to-end software design cycle for microprocessor systems based on the Multicor 1892VM14YA (SoC) processor. Garmash A.A.

18. Fundamentals of Semiconductor Physics and Electronics. Bakerenkov A.S.
This course discusses the physical principles of operation of bipolar and MIS transistors, as the basic elements of modern electronic devices and devices. The basics of digital and analog circuitry are given, as well as the basic methods of analysis of electronic circuits are considered.

19. Introduction to the theory of ferromagnetism (bilingual). Maslov M.M.
As part of the course, the physical foundations of second-order phase transitions are examined using the paramagnet / ferromagnet phase transition as an example. The range of questions covered includes the classification of materials by magnetic properties, the application of the mean field approximation to calculate various magnetic characteristics, elements of the Landau phenomenological theory, and antiferromagnetism. The course is taught in English with Russian subtitles and is intended primarily for foreign students studying in Russia.

20. Introduction to Nanostructure Physics. Martynov I.L.

21. The basics of molecular beam epitaxy. Safonov D.A.