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The School of Electronic Engineering was created in 2015. Our research activity focuses on finding most effective engineering solutions in the field of electronics and nanoelectronics, condensed matter physics, information and communication devices and communication systems, intelligent control of technical systems. We implement the following educational programmes:
‘Infocommunication technologies and communication systems’, ‘Information Security’ (BS),
‘Applied Electronics and Photonics, ‘Internet of Things and Cyber-physical Systems’, ‘Information Security of Cyber-physical Systems’, ‘Cybersecurity’ (MS).
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On 1 – 3 November an international youth conference Physica.SPb / 2016, organized by the Physics and Technology Institute A.F. Joffe, was held in St. Petersburg. At the conference were invited not only scientists from Russia, but also from leading universities of Europe. There were about 200 young scientists with poster presentations at the conference.
Egor Sedov – student from second course of master program “Applied Physics” presented the results of his collaboration with student K.-P. Riikonen from NanoScience Centre, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, led by professor Arutyunov K. Yu.