Program code number

Program name

Specialization code number

Specialization name

MATHEMATICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES

01.00.00

Mathematics and mechanics

01.06.01

Mathematics and mechanics

01.01.03

Mathematical physics

01.02.01

Theoretical mechanics

01.02.04

Deformable solid mechanics

03.00.00

Physics and Astronomy

03.06.01

Physics and astronomy

01.04.01

Instruments and methods of experimental physics

01.04.02

Theoretical physics

01.04.03

Radio physics

01.04.05

Optics

01.04.07

Condensed matter physics

01.04.10

Semiconductor physics

01.04.14

Thermophysics and thermology

01.04.21

Laser physics

04.00.00

Chemistry 

04.06.01

Chemistry

02.00.01

Inorganic chemistry

02.00.04

Physical chemistry

02.00.06

High molecular weight compound

05.00.00

Earth Sciences 

05.06.01

Earth sciences

25.00.35

Geoinformatics

25.00.36

Geoecology (grouped by industries)

06.00.00

Biological Sciences 

06.06.01

Biological sciences

03.01.04

Biochemistry

03.02.07

Genetics

ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND TECHNICAL SCIENCES

09.00.00

Computer Science 

09.06.01

Computer science

05.13.01

Systems analysis, control and data processing (technical system)

05.13.06

Automation and management of technological process and production (industry)

05.13.10

Management in social and economic systems

05.13.11

Mathematical and software support of computers, complexes and computer networks

05.13.12

Design automation systems (grouped by industries)

05.13.15

Computing machines, complex and networks

05.13.17

Theoretical foundations of computer science

05.13.18

Mathematical modeling, numerical methods and software complex

10.00.00

Information Security 

10.06.01

Information security

05.13.19

Methods and systems of information protection, information security

11.00.00

Electronics, Radio Engineering and Communication Systems 

11.006.01

Electronics, radio engineering and communication systems

05.12.07

Antennas, microwave devices and their technologies

05.27.03

Quantum electronics

12.00.00

Photonics, Instrumentation, Optical and Biotechnical Systems and Technologies 

12.06.01

Photonics, instrumentation, optical and biotechnical systems and technologies

05.11.01

Instruments and methods of measurement (according to the types of measurement)

05.11.03

Navigational devices

05.11.07

Optical and optoelectronic devices and systems

05.11.13

Instruments and methods of environment, substance, material and product monitoring

05.11.14

Instrumentation technology

13.00.00

Electrical and Heat Engineering 

13.06.01

Electrical and heat engineering

05.04.03

Machines and devices, processes of refrigeration and cryogenic equipment, air conditioning and life support systems

15.00.00

Mechanical Engineering 

15.06.01

Mechanical engineering

05.02.05

Robots, mechatronics and robotic systems

05.02.18

Theory of mechanisms and machines

18.00.00

Chemical Technology 

18.06.01

Chemical technology

05.17.06

Technology and processing of polymers and composites

19.00.00

Industrial Ecology and Biotechnology 

19.06.01

Industrial ecology and biotechnology

05.18.04

Technology of meat, dairy, fish products and refrigerating manufactures

05.18.07

Biotechnology of food and biological active substances

05.18.12

Processes and devices of food production

22.00.00

Technologies of Materials 

22.06.01

Technologies of materials

05.16.01

Metal science and heart treatment of metals and alloys

27.00.00

Control in Technical Systems 

27.06.01

Control in technical systems

05.13.01

System analysis, control and information processing (technical systems)

SOCIAL SCIENCES

38.00.00

Economics and Management 

38.06.01

Economics

08.00.05

Economics and national economy management (grouped by industries and activities, including: economics, organization and management of enterprises, industries, and complexes; innovation management; regional economy; logistics; labor economics; population economics and demographics; environmental economics; business economics; marketing; management; pricing; economic security; standardization and quality management; land management; recreation and tourism)

41.00.00

Political Science and Regional Studies 

41.06.01

Political science and regional studies

23.00.02

Political institutions, processes and technology

HUMANITIES

47.00.00

Philosophy, Ethics and Religious Studies 

47.06.01

Philosophy, ethics and religious studies

09.00.13

Philosophical anthropology, philosophy of culture

 

Mathematics and mechanics

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: high technology production for the defense industry, aerospace, aviation, engineering, design and creation of new materials, construction, research and analytic centers in different fields, as well as insurance and asset management companies, financial institutions and businesses, and educational institutions of higher education.

The graduates will have an understanding of hypotheses, theorems, physics and mathematical models, numerical algorithms and programs, methods of experimental study of properties of materials and natural phenomena, physics and chemical processes that make up the content of fundamental and applied mathematics, mechanics and other Sciences.  

Physics and astronomy

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the solution of problems requiring the application of fundamental knowledge in physics and astronomy.

The graduates will have an understanding of physical systems of different scales and levels of organization, processes for their functioning, physical, engineering physics, biophysical, physics-chemical, physics-medical and environmental technology, physical examination and monitoring.

Chemistry

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the sphere of science, covering a set of tasks Pure and Applied Chemistry (in accordance with the direction of studying), as well as related scientific disciplines.

The graduates will have an understanding of new substances, chemical processes and general patterns of their occurrence, and the interdisciplinary nature of scientific problems.

Earth Sciences

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in solving problems that require the use of basic and applied knowledge in the field of Earth Sciences.

The graduates will have an understanding of the Earth and its main geospheres - the lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, biosphere, their composition, structure, evolution, and properties; geophysical fields, the field of solid and liquid minerals; natural, natural-economic, man-made, industrial, recreational, social, territorial systems and structures at the global, national, regional, local levels, their research, monitoring and forecasts of development; searches, research and exploitation of mineral deposits; natural resources; geographic information systems; spatial planning, design, and forecasting; environmental impact assessment of all forms of economic activity; education of the population.

 Biological Sciences

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields:  studying wildlife and its laws; using biological systems for economic and medical purposes, eco technologies, protection and rational use of natural resources.

The graduates will have an understanding of biological systems at various levels of organization, the processes of their life and evolution; biological, bioengineering, biomedical, environmental protection technology, biospheric functions of soils; biological assessment and monitoring, evaluation and restoration of biological resources and territorial environment.

Informatics and Computer Science

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: areas of science, engineering, technology and pedagogy, covering a set of tasks destinations “Informatics and Computer Science”, including the development of the theory, design, implementation and operation of advanced computer systems, networks and systems.

The graduates will have an understanding of their chosen research fields, as well as the interdisciplinary nature of scientific problems, related to: computers, systems and networks; software, computer equipment and automated systems (programs, software and systems); mathematical, information, technical, linguistic, software, ergonomic, organizational and legal support automated information, computing, designing and controlling systems; high-performance computing and supercomputing; technologies of technical computer hardware development and software products.

The types of  professional activity are: research activities in the field of potential mineral deposits research, study areas that have safe and effective industrial implementation, equipment design and development of technology for geological study, exploration, production and processing, transportation and storage of minerals, civil engineering structures, the development of complex measures for the conservation of resources and the environment; teaching activities in educational programs of higher education.

Information Security

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: areas of science, engineering and technology, covering the totality of the problems associated with research, development, improvement and application of models, methods, technologies, tools, and information security systems, as well as information security facilities and treatment processes, the transfer of information in all areas of external and internal threats; educational activities in the field of information security.

The graduates will have an understanding of protected objects information, automated systems, information-analytical systems, information and telecommunication networks and systems and other information systems, as well as their constituent hardware and software; methods, techniques and technologies of information security of objects of information, automation, information analysis, information and telecommunications, and other information systems; methods of analysis and design, and secure automated information-analytical systems, information and telecommunication networks and systems and other information systems, as well as members of their hardware and software; models, methods and systems for information security management; systems and means of combating technical intelligence, methods of analysis and design.

Electronics, radio engineering and communication systems

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: mathematical and computer modeling, design, construction, use and maintenance of materials, components, electronic devices, vacuum systems, plasma, solid, microwave, optical, various functional purposes of micro-and nanoelectronics; research and development aimed at the creation and operation of devices, systems and complexes, based on the use of electromagnetic waves and vibrations for transmitting, receiving and processing information.

The graduates will have an understanding of materials, components, electronic instruments, devices, methods of research, design and engineering, production processes, diagnostic and technological equipment, mathematical models, algorithms for solving standard problems, modern software and information support of the processes of modeling and product design electronics and nanoelectronics; radio devices, methods and tools for design, modeling, experimental testing and pre-production.

Photonics, instrumentation, optical and biotechnical systems and technologies

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: study of the physical phenomena and laws in the field of photonics, laser physics, wave optics, integrated and fiber optics, nonlinear optics, optoelectronics, optical materials science, biomedical optics, plasmonics; engineering, focused on the design, manufacture and application of devices and systems for receiving, recording and processing of information of technical and biological objects; expertise and administrative activities related to photonic devices.

The graduates will have an understanding of photonic devices and technologies, electrooptical devices, optical information and electrooptical systems; telecommunications and information processing technology of technical and biological objects; devices, systems and electronic components for photonics and instrumentation; devices and systems of biomedical optics, medical-biological and ecological purposes; expert assessments and opinions on issues in the field of photonics, instrumentation, optical, biotechnical and biomedical systems and technologies.

The types of  professional activity are: research activities in the field of laser physics, wave optics, integrated and fiber optics, nonlinear optics, optoelectronics, plasmonics, biomedicine, bioengineering, the development of optical communication systems; creation of new materials (metamaterials) for photonics, optical, optoelectronic, biotechnical and biomedical applications; work on advisory councils and commissions.

Electrical engineering and thermotechnics

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: theoretical and experimental research, mathematical and computer modeling, design and engineering of materials, devices, electrical and heating equipment systems, techniques and methods of human activity on production, distribution of electric and thermal energy, the management of its directions  and transformation of other forms of energy into heat; exploitation of modern industrial enterprises, transport systems, thermal, hydro and nuclear power stations, factories, power lines.

The graduates will have an understanding of thermal and nuclear power stations, energy supply enterprise systems, alternative energy sources; power units, combined-cycle and gas turbine power stations; heat pumps; fuel cells, hydrogen energy installation; heat and mass transfer devices for different purposes; thermal and electrical networks; thermal delivery systems, energy and thermotechnical installations; standardization systems; systems and diagnostics of automated process control in heating and electricity.

Mechanical Engineering  

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields:  a set of tools, techniques and methods of activities aimed at a theoretical study and experimental research of the problems associated with the creation of competitive products; identification and justification of the relevance of engineering problems, technological machines and equipment, their design, applied mechanics, automation of technological processes and manufactures for various purposes, engineering and design provision of engineering industries, mechatronics and robotics; the creation of new (at the level of international standards) manufacturing technologies in engineering industries; development of design methods, mathematical, physical and computer modeling of products, technological processes and engineering industries, tools and systems for their engineering and design provision.

The graduates will have an understanding of designed objects for new or retrofit engineering industries for various purposes, their products, main and auxiliary equipment, systems and technological machines and equipment, tool technology, equipment, elements of applied mechanics, design tools, automation and control systems, mechatronic and robotic systems; industrial and technological processes of engineering industries, the facilities of technological, instrumental, metrological and diagnostic provision.

Chemical technology

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: methods, ways and means of obtaining substances and materials by physical, physical-chemical and chemical processes, production based on these products for different purposes; physical-chemical methods of material processing; design, implementation and operation of the production of basic inorganic chemicals, building materials, basic products and fine chemicals, polymer materials, refined petroleum products, gas and solid fuel, medicines, energy-materials and products based upon them; teaching in higher education in the field of chemical engineering.

The graduates will have an understanding of chemical agents and materials; methods and devices for determining the composition and properties of substances and materials; equipment, processes and systems for industry production, management and regulation of substances, materials, products, and systems; software for the simulation of chemical and technological processes.

Industrial ecology and biotechnology

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: studying, preparing and using of enzymes, viruses, microorganisms, cell cultures, plants and animals, products of their biosynthesis and biotransformation; creation of technologies for the production of new products, including products obtained using microbiological synthesis, biocatalysis, genetic engineering and nanobiotechnology; creation and implementation of energy and resource conservation, environmentally safe technologies in the production of basic inorganic chemicals, products of basic and fine chemicals, polymer materials, refined petroleum products, gas and solid fuels, microbiological synthesis, pharmaceuticals and food products; providing environmental safety of industrial factories and facilities.

The graduates will have an understanding of microorganisms, cell cultures, plants and animals, viruses, enzymes, biologically active chemical substances; biomass, equipment of biotechnological processes; regulations on the production of biotechnology products, international standards; basic chemicals, petrochemicals and biotechnology industries and processes and devices in chemical engineering, petrochemical and biotechnology; industrial installations and technological schemes; artificial intelligence in chemical engineering, petrochemical and biotechnology.

Technologies of materials

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: areas of science, engineering, technology and pedagogy, covering a set of problems, trends in technology of materials, including the synthesis of new materials, design and operation of process equipment for pilot and series production of materials and products, development of methods and tools for quality control of materials and technical diagnostics of technological processes production, to define a set of structural and physical properties of materials (mechanical, thermal, optical, electrical and other), consistent with the objectives of their practical use.

The graduates will have an understanding of a chosen branch of scientific knowledge, including design methods of advanced materials using multiscale mathematical modeling and related software; methods and means of nano-and microstructural analysis using microscopes with different resolution and generators charged corpuscles; technological equipment for forming products, bulk and surface treatment of materials based on different physical principles (deposition, sintering, hardening, rolling, punching, winding, the calculation, pultrusion, infusion, etc.); technological modes of processing of materials to ensure the necessary quality of the products.

Control in technical systems

Economics

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: economic theory, macroeconomic management, regulation and planning, economics and business administration, industries, management, marketing, logistics, innovation management, finance, monetary circulation and credit, accounting, statistics, mathematical and instrumental methods of economics, the global economics and economics entrepreneurship.

The graduates will have an understanding of conceptual (fundamental) problems of economic science, including methods of economic analysis; applied problems in the functioning of various economic agents, markets and systems.

The types of  professional activity are: research activities in the field of economics - basic researches in the field of economics and finance; study of national and world financial systems; finance business entities; securities market and the foreign exchange market; insurance market; money market, the monetary system and circulation; valuation; credit relations, banks and other financial institutions; identification, analysis and solving of problems of innovative development of the national economy, management of the main parameters of innovation processes in the modern economy; studies that reveal the sources and mechanisms of firms competitive advantages in today's market; teaching activities - teaching economic disciplines and educational and methodical work on areas of professional activity.

 Political sciences and regional studies

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields:  various spheres of socio-political, socio-cultural and economic environment of the Russian Federation and the rest of the world, structures of state power and government (federal, regional and municipal levels), political parties and political movements, regional and international organizations, a system of contemporary international relations; political culture, the interaction of government, business and civil society.

The graduates will have an understanding of political, economic, social, demographic and linguistic processes at local, regional, national and international levels, international relations and foreign policy, political expertise and policy advice; problems of historical development; processes in the sphere of culture, ethnicity, language and religion.

The types of professional activity are: research and teaching activities in the field of political science, foreign Regional Studies and Regional Studies of Russia, International Relations, Oriental and African Studies, Public Policy and Social Sciences.

Philosophy, ethics and religious studies 

Upon completion of their Ph.D. program, graduates will be able to work in the following fields: educational organization of general and professional education; academic and research organizations; media, cultural institutions; public organizations, organs of state and municipal government.

The graduates will have an understanding of various spheres of social and cultural space (science, art, religion); processes of cognitive activity; theory and practice of public communication; social activity of the individual and its shape.

The types of professional activity are: research and teaching activities in the humanities, covering a world outlook perspective.