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About the Department of Physics and Engineering
The Department of Physics and Engineering of the ITMO University is a creative synergy of honorary professors, young ambitious scientists and students. During the ten years of working together, we have grown from a small laboratory to a large research center, where the most relevant research areas are developing today and educational programs are being implemented.
Study at the Department
While studying at the Department you get a high-quality education in the field of physics. Bachelors begin to participate in scientific work during the last undergraduate courses and magister students are full-fledged members of the scientific center. Our graduates are working in the best laboratories and high-tech companies around the world.
Scientific research at the Department
We are engaged in theoretical and experimental researches in areas such as nanophotonics, metamaterials, topological photonics, radio physics, quantum optics, plasmonics, etc. The works are published in world peer-reviewed scientific journals.
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Bright illustrations of the most important events from the Depatment life. Video lectures and seminars, reports from conferences, important meetings and trips to different parts of the world.
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Seminar Novel fabrication methods of advanced nanostructures for sensor applications
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Program of the seminar
Scientists Grow Optical Chips in a Petri Dish
Scientific Seminars by ITMO’s Department of Physics and Engineering Are Now Available Online
Scientists Create Smallest Semiconductor Laser That Works in Visible Range at Room Temperature
From Digital to Optical: Scientists Demonstrate the Work of First Chemically Synthesized Optical Switch
Researchers Develop Material Capable of Being Transparent or Reflective in IR Spectrum
Relations between co- and cross-polarizabilites of electrically small scatterers demonstrated from a multipole expansion of the electromotive force
Quantum memory and generation of a single collective excitation
Controlling and utilizing optical whispering gallery modes on a surface of optical fibers