Magistracy

Speciality Code:

7M05312

Speciality Name:

Nuclear physics

Faculty:

of Physics and Technology

  • Model of graduating student
  • Mandatory disciplines
  • Elective disciplines
  • Professional
ON1. establish patterns in changing the characteristics of the studied nuclear processes, perform nuclear-physical calculations to describe the experimental data obtained, summarize and analyze the data obtained; process experimental data using statistical methods for processing the obtained measurement results.
ON2. interpret astrophysical processes leading to nuclear fusion; apply models that describe the basic nucleon and nuclear properties; analyze the problems of nuclear physics and energy and discuss new ways to study them with the help of theory and experimental methods.
ON3. use measurement techniques to ensure nuclear radiation safety in the operation, storage and transportation of nuclear fuel; control the parameters of the core of a nuclear reactor for compliance with their limits and conditions of safe operation;
ON4. evaluate modern scientific achievements in the field of experimental and theoretical nuclear physics, to generate new ideas for solving research and practical problems in the field of nuclear physics and energy; apply modern research methods using applied computer software packages for modeling nuclear-physical processes;
ON5. use specialized knowledge in the field of physics of the microworld, which will allow to successfully develop science - mastering all kinds and skills of organizing experiment and theoretical research; put into practice professional and pedagogical knowledge gained in the process of theoretical training in the chosen specialty;
ON6. offer various methods and methods for recording ionizing radiation; introduce a new, improved instrument for measuring neutron-physical characteristics of reactors; choose a method for calibrating nuclear radiation detectors;
ON7. process the results of the experiment and compare with theoretical and literary data; distinguish the components of the atomic nucleus and the interactions between them, classify elementary particles and nuclear states in the analysis of experimental data;
ON8. provide the student with methodological assistance in choosing a topic and performing the main stages of research, thesis and design works; apply professional and practical skills in scientific and educational activities;
ON9. carry out nuclear physical measurements while applying technical and regulatory documents on radiation safety and original scientific literature to solve technical problems;
ON10. carry out radiation and environmental measurements using dosimetric, radiometric and spectrometric nuclear physics equipment;
ON11. conduct laboratory, practical classes using digital technologies, taking into account the individual characteristics of the student;
ON12. collect, synthesize and systematize the necessary new knowledge when changing personal and socio-economic conditions in order to quickly adapt to the chosen field of activity and follow a successful professional career; follow the rules of pedagogical ethics.
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