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Regular version of the site
Towards the Development of Ultrafast Photodetectors Based on Graphene for the Next-generation Telecommunication Systems

I. A. Gayduchenko, An P., Belosevich V. et al.

2022 PhotonIcs & Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS), 2022.

Phase randomness in a semiconductor laser: Issue of quantum random-number generation

Shakhovoy R., Marius P., Sharoglazova V. et al.

Physical Review A: Atomic, Molecular, and Optical physics. 2023. Vol. 107.

Book chapter
Comparison of Monocular ROS-Based Visual SLAM Methods

Safarova L., Abbyasov B., Tsoy T. et al.

In bk.: Interactive Collaborative Robotics: 7th International Conference, ICR 2022, Fuzhou, China, December 16-18, 2022. Springer, 2022. Springer, 2022. P. 81-92.

Working paper
Superconducting spin valves based on a single spiral magnetic layer

Pugach N., Safonchik M. O., Belotelov V. et al.

cond-mat, 2022. No. 2110.00369.


MIEM School of Electronic Engineering implements the following bachelor’s and master’s programmes in priority development areas of science, technology and engineering in Russia.

Undergraduate programmes:

Info-communication technologies and systems
Information security

Master's programmes:
Applied Electronics and Photonics
Internet of Things and Cyber-physical Systems
Information Security of Cyber-physical Systems,

School lecturers provide training in physics, chemistry, metrology, electrical engineering, electronics, circuit design, ecology, and safety for all MIEM bachelor's and specialist programmes.

Workshops of the school are held in fully equipped laboratories specialising in:

  • metrology and measuring technologies
  • physical chemistry and ecology,
  • telecommunication technologies and communication systems,
  • microwave electronics, microwave and laser technologies,
  • wave and quantum optics and nuclear physics,
  • modeling and design of electronic components and devices,
  • macroscopic quantum systems,
  • electrophysical and magnetic properties of materials,
  • electronics and circuit design,
  • radio engineering, electromagnetic compatibility and reliability.

Knowledge and skills MIEM students gain give our graduates an opportunity to work in various professional fields.
MIEM graduates can also continue their studies in the Doctoral School of Technical Sciences in the following fields of study:

  • Electronics, Radio Engineering and Communication Systems,
  • Management in Technical Systems;
  • Physics and Sstronomy.