Applied Physics and Nanomaterials

6.105.00.00 Applied Physics and Nanomaterials
Qualification awarded: Bachelor of Applied Physics and Nanomaterials
Entry year: 2022
Mode of study: full
Program duration: 4 years
Institute: Institute of Applied Mathematics and Fundamental Sciences
Number of credits: 240 ECTS credits
Level of qualification according to the National Qualification Framework and the European Qualifications Framework: NQF Level 6 (First cycle of QF-EHEA / EQF Level 6)
Field(s) of study: Natural sciences
Програмні результати навчання: 1) knowledge of physical phenomena in the world, physical properties of matter in different physical states, the influence of the external factors on the complex systems` state and processes; 2) knowledge of theoretical description of the properties and processes of matter, the construction of adequate models and prediction of the behavior of various physical objects; 3) knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of the basic technological methods of obtaining and processing substances to ensure the desired properties of materials and products; 4) knowledge of basic programming languages, numerical methods for technological and research problem solving; 5) knowledge of methods, software tools for computer design, modeling and calculation of physical properties and technological processes in the production, processing and modification of materials; 6) knowledge of environmental factors to assess the harmful effects of the selected technologies and materials; 7) knowledge of basic methods of mathematical calculations and analysis, solving problems and obtaining analytical relationships and numerical values; 8) knowledge of technical characteristics of standard and non-standard measuring systems, mastery of the method for setting up a physical experiment; 9) understanding of the impact of technical advancements in nanomaterials science and unconventional energetics in the social, economic, and environmental context; 10) knowledge of the main methods to reduce energy consumption and the feasibility of unconventional energy sources in the developed technological schemes and structures; 11) knowledge of computer technologies for automation and control of physical research, knowledge of microprocessor technology for automation of physical measurements; 12) knowledge of the theory and practice of various applications of nano-objects in multiple fields of instrumentation and energetics. 1) knowledge of physical phenomena in the world, physical properties of matter in different physical states, the influence of the external factors on the complex systems` state and processes; 2) knowledge of theoretical description of the properties and processes of matter, the construction of adequate models and prediction of the behavior of various physical objects; 3) knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of the basic technological methods of obtaining and processing substances to ensure the desired properties of materials and products; 4) knowledge of basic programming languages, numerical methods for technological and research problem solving; 5) knowledge of methods, software tools for computer design, modeling and calculation of physical properties and technological processes in the production, processing and modification of materials; 6) knowledge of environmental factors to assess the harmful effects of the selected technologies and materials; 7) knowledge of basic methods of mathematical calculations and analysis, solving problems and obtaining analytical relationships and numerical values; 8) knowledge of technical characteristics of standard and non-standard measuring systems, mastery of the method for setting up a physical experiment; 9) understanding of the impact of technical advancements in nanomaterials science and unconventional energetics in the social, economic, and environmental context; 10) knowledge of the main methods to reduce energy consumption and the feasibility of unconventional energy sources in the developed technological schemes and structures; 11) knowledge of computer technologies for automation and control of physical research, knowledge of microprocessor technology for automation of physical measurements; 12) knowledge of the theory and practice of various applications of nano-objects in multiple fields of instrumentation and energetics. 1) ability to communicate well both orally and in writing in Ukrainian and foreign languages; 2) ability to use a variety of methods, including modern information technologies for effective communication in professional and social life.
Access to further studies: Obtaining the second (master's) level