Magistracy
Speciality Code:
7M05309
Speciality Name:
Physics (TPU)
Faculty:
of Physics and Technology
Qualification:
 Scientific and pedagogical direction  master of Natural Sciences
 Model of graduating student
 Mandatory disciplines
 Elective disciplines
 Professional

Organization and Planning of Scientific Research
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to form the ability of undergraduates to formulate problems for academic research in the media. When studying a course, the analysis of variables for academic research in the media is considered : the construction of hypotheses for academic research. The subject introduces the method of data collection for academic research in the media using rating scales

Devices and installations for the solids analysis
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: mastery of modern methods of studying a solid body, the principles of operation of the basic elements of spectrometric installations and electronic equipment used to automate a physical experiment. During the study of course, masters should be competent in: 1. determine the metrological characteristics of the methods of research of a solid body, the main elements of spectrometric installations and devices; 2. make the right choice of the analysis method and electrophysical installation necessary to solve a specific analytical problem; 3. take part in fundamental research and projects in the field of condensed matter physics, 4. participate in the modernization of modern and the creation of new methods for studying the mechanical, electrical, magnetic, thermal properties of solids; 5. solve problems requiring abstract and creative thinking and originality in the development of conceptual aspects of research projects. The main elements of electrophysical installations. Radioactive drugs used for analytical purposes. The principle of operation, the main technical characteristics of linear and cyclic accelerators. Physical basis of registration methods. Detector selection criteria for analytical facilities. The main methods of spectral measurements: Spectrometers of photons, electrons, ions and neutrons. Standard electronics systems for collecting and preprocessing information from radiation detectors. CAMAC system. Standard system modules. Automation of physical installations. Features of the use of computers in physical research. Fundamentals of the methods of elemental and structural analysis of solids using beams of ionizing radiation.

Introduction to the Quantum Theory of a Field
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to form the basic concepts of quantum field theory, actively used in theoretical physics. The course forms the basis of a theoretical understanding of the physical structure of quantum field theories. During the study of course, master students should be competent in: 1. explain the basic principles of quantum field theory; 2. understand the formalism of perturbation theory to construct the corresponding Feynman diagrams, 3. plan, execute and document complex mathematical calculations and solutions to physical problems, 4. еxplain solutions to physical and mathematical problems during lectures and sessions on problem solving; 5. use the apparatus for applying the methods of quantum field theory in practical calculations. The reasons for the development of quantum field theory in a conceptual and a history of science context and possible limitations of a quantum field theoretical description. The formalism of quantum field theory, in particular: field quantisation; fieldtheoretical description of identical particles; Klein¬Gordon equation; Lagrange formalism for fields; symmetries, Noether's theorem and conservation laws; Poincare invariance and related discrete symmetries; Dirac fields; introduction into perturbation theory and Feynman diagrams. Сurrent research of nuclear and particle physics.

Foreign Language (professional)
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is acquisition and improvement of competencies in accordance with the international standards of foreign language education, which allows to use a foreign language as a means of communication with formation of the following competences: communicative (reading, writing, audition, speaking), language (pronunciation, lexicon, grammar), common cultural and interpersonal.

History and philosophy of science
 Number of credits: 3
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Purpose of the discipline – formation of indepth understanding of modern philosophy of science as a system of scientific knowledge including the main philosophical and methodological problems. Topics: Worldview bases of science. Functions of science. Emergence and formation of science. Structure and levels of scientific knowledge. Philosophical bases of science and scientific picture of the world. Scientific traditions and scientific revolutions.

Basic Principles of Modern Physics
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline Statement of basic principles of modern physics, connections of symmetries of physical systems relatively to different transformations of spacetime coordinates with conservation laws. To give the master students a deep understanding of regularities of physical phenomena. A master student is to get a clear representation about basic principles of modern physics. During the study of course, master students should be competent in: 1. relativity principle; Galileo and Lorenz transformations; equations of physics in covariant form; principles of symmetry, superposition, uncertainty; correspondence principle; 2. Formulate law of conservation and time homogeneity; laws of conservation of momentum and angular momentum; mirror symmetry of space and parity conservation law; principle of indistinguishability of identical particles and particles statistics; charge independence of strong interactions; additive and multiplicative laws of conservation; 3. use conversion coefficient in modern physical calculations; apply the correspondence principle in quantum mechanics, atomic physics; to use relativistic invariant and determine thresholds of nuclear processes; 4. determine lifetime of fast unstable particles and thresholds of nuclear processes. 5. Possess: understanding about basic principles of modern physics; about symmetry principles and conservation laws; about relativistic invariant and its use. Relativity principle. Galileo and Lorenz transformations. Equation of physics in invariant form. Correspondence principle as a guide at construction of new physical theories. Conserving quantities in quantum physics. Operator of symmetry and unitary transformations. Laws of conservation of electric charge, baryonic and lepton number. Invariance with respect to rotation and translation motion. Charge independence of strong interactions. Isotopic spin. Indistinguishability principle of identical particles and particles statistics. Conservation of parity and mirror symmetry. Additive and multiplicative laws of conservation. Uncertainty principle in quantum mechanics. Degeneracy in central potentials. Uncertainty relation for energytime. Conception about virtual particles and processes. A consideration of additive and multiplicative laws of conservation because of the characters of transformation generators remaining the system to be invariant; a consideration of principles of physics (relativity, symmetry, superposition, uncertainty, correspondence). A master student is to be able to explain the relation of laws of conservation of physical quantities with properties of spacetime symmetry, be able to apply the correspondence principle for explanation of peculiarities of the microworld, to use the relativistic invariant when describing the processes at high energies in the microworld.

Master’s dissertation preparation and defense (MDPaD)
 Number of credits: 12
 Type of control: Master Dissertation
 Description: The main purpose of "The implementation of a Master Thesis": the formation of master students in preparation for the defense of the thesis for the Master in specialty (by industry). During the study of course, master student's should be competent in: 1. demonstrate the progress of solving problems arising in the course of research activities and requiring indepth professional knowledge; 2. to argue for carrying out theoretical or experimental research within the framework of the tasks, including a mathematical (simulation) experiment; 3. can choose the necessary research methods, modify existing methods and develop new methods, based on the tasks of the specific study; 4. to use foreign languages for independent work on normative sources and scientific literature; 5. formulate the goals and objectives of the dissertation research, determine the scientific novelty and practical significance of the results of research activities; to develop a structurally methodological scheme for performing research.

Pedagogy of higher education
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to master the fundamentals of the professional and pedagogical culture of a higher schoolteacher, the formation of pedagogical competence, the ability of pedagogical activity in universities and colleges based on the knowledge of the didactics of the higher school, the theory of education and management of education, analysis and selfassessment of teaching.

Psychology of management
 Number of credits: 3
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to provide scientific training for highly qualified specialists on the basis of studying the fundamental concepts of management psychology, creating prerequisites for theoretical understanding and practical application of the most important aspects of the management sphere in the process of professional development.During the study of the discipline magistrates will learn following aspects:  knowledge of the main directions of modern management.  psychological requirements in business technology and management.  psychological basis of the effectiveness of management activities related to the interaction with people.

Nuclear Astrophysics
 Number of credits: 5
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to form students' knowledge of the modern problem of astrophysics and nuclear reactions in stellar matter. During the study of course, master students should be competent in: 1. to formulate the laws of physics apply to space objects; 2. analyze scientific and technical information, 3. to study domestic and foreign experience in the field of research; 4. to use fundamental knowledge in the field of modern nuclear astrophysics. 5. use physical methods for space objects. Stars and interstellar medium. The birth of stars. Galaxies and quasars. The application of physical laws to the study of cosmic objects (stars, cosmic plasma) and the universe as a whole. Sources of stellar energy. Equations of radiation transfer and their simplest solutions. Nuclear reactions in stars and other astronomical objects. Energy and nuclear fission mechanisms. The luminosity of stars and their mass. Physical methods of research of space objects. Nuclear reactions in astrophysical objects. Modern problems of astrophysics. To study the basic concepts of astrophysics, the laws of the world of stars and modern theoretical concepts about the nature of stars and their systems; to show the effect of fundamental laws in space conditions; to study physical methods of space objects research; to get acquainted with modern problems of astrophysics, the latest discoveries and achievements in the study of the universe in recent years.

3D modeling in technical physics
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: training in the use of computer 3D modeling methods and programming of basic mathematical algorithms for solving physical problems and processing experimental data. During the study of course, masters should be competent to: 1. evaluate the effectiveness of parameter registration and control systems for various technological processes; 2. interpret and visualize the results of 3D modeling and justify the optimal parameters of the simulated process; 3. examine the constructed model for adequacy, completeness and stability in terms of input parameters; 4. apply practical methods for determining and numerical methods for calculating rational characteristics of objects; 5. develop innovative projects for the development, implementation and commercialization of new technologies and artificial intelligence methods for solving professional problems in the field of technical and applied physics. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: Mathematical model. Basic concepts and classification. Principles and stages of mathematical modeling. Methods for solving systems of algebraic equations: a) direct methods (Gauss method, Cramer method); b) iterative methods (iteration method, Seidel method, relaxation method); c) iterative methods of the variational type; d) methods of minimizing functions. Solving nonlinear equations (simple iteration method, Newton's method, section method, interpolation methods). Methods of numerical integration and differentiation. Quadrature formulas of interpolation type. Linear integral equations (Fredholm equations, Voltaire equations), solution methods (Laplace transform, successive approximation method, resolvent method, method of reduction to an algebraic equation).

Hydrogen accumulation properties in metals and alloys
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: mastering modern methods of analysis of materials saturated with hydrogen and methods of hydrogen treatment of metals and alloys. During the study of course, masters should be competent in: 1. understand the interaction of hydrogen with metals and alloys; 2. plan and conduct research in the field of the accumulating properties of hydrogen in solids; 3. to solve experimental problems in the field of research of the composition and structure, physical and mechanical properties of materials saturated with hydrogen; 4. explain the physical principles underlying the mechanisms of radiationstimulated diffusion and hydrogen release; 5. explain the social and cognitive functions of modern physics, as well as interdisciplinary communication in the field of various scientific and technical knowledge that contribute to solving practical, production problems in future professional activities. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: The interaction of hydrogen with metals. Methods for the study of metalhydrogen systems. Diffusion and release of hydrogen from metals under the action of thermal and radiation exposure. Phenomenological model of the mechanism of diffusion and release of hydrogen from metals under the action of ionizing radiation.

Diffusion Instability in A Multicomponent Gas Mixtures
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: mastering the basic methods for calculating the diffusion process in solving practical problems of stationary and nonstationary diffusion mixing in multicomponent gas mixtures. During the study of course, masters should be competent to: 1. analyze current advances in the field of diffusion and convective heat and mass transfer; 2. reveal the features of the diffusion process in complex systems with diffusion instability (volatility); 3. apply the basic methods for calculating the process using effective diffusion coefficients, as well as experimental methods for studying multicomponent diffusion; 4. determine the concentration of gases in binary and multicomponent mixtures; 5. interpret the research results for stationary and nonstationary diffusion mixing in solving applied problems. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: Description of diffusion in multicomponent gas mixtures. StefanMaxwell diffusion equations. Effective diffusion coefficients. Features of multicomponent diffusion.Special modes of mixing during diffusion. Diffusion and instability of mechanical equilibrium in isothermal threecomponent gas mixtures. Violation of the normal course of the diffusion process in some threecomponent gas mixtures. Visual convection. Ballast gas method. Circulation of diluent gas in the diffusion channel with instability of the mechanical equilibrium of the gas mixture. Numerical experiment on isoconcentration distributions of ternary mixtures in diffusion channels. Inversion of the density of the mixture. Analysis of the stability of mechanical equilibrium of isothermal ternary gas mixtures. Boundaries of stable diffusion in threecomponent gas mixtures. Concentration convection during isothermal diffusion in threecomponent gas mixtures in vertical channels of various shapes.

Isotopic, chemical and structural surface analysis
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: formation of professional competencies in mastering the methods of analysis of the surface region of materials by sputtering the sample with ions, spark discharge, laser radiation During the study of course, masters should be competent in: 1. to master the physical processes underlying the methods of analysis of the surface region of materials: the formation of vacancies on the inner shells of the electronic structure (Xray photoelectron spectroscopy) and the transitions between energy levels (electron microanalysis and electron Auger spectroscopy) 2. distinguish between modern methods of analysis of the local composition, structure and physicochemical properties of the surface, 3. apply experimental techniques providing isotopic, chemical and structural analysis of the surface; 4. navigate the properties of surface layers and thin films, methods for their preparation, research and modification 5. to possess basic decisionmaking skills in the field of analysis of a solid body; methods, mass spectroscopy for studies of the isotopic and chemical composition of the surface of a solid and thin films, thermodesorption mass spectrometry. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: Experimental features of surface diagnostics. The main physical phenomena underlying the methods of surface diagnostics. Surface structure. The main nodes of analytical facilities. Requirements for the conditions of the experiment. Fundamentals of electron spectroscopy methods. Fundamentals of ion spectroscopy methods. Classification of ion sputtering mechanisms. Elements of a linear cascade theory of spraying. Models of ion sputtering. Thermal peaks. Shock waves. Classification of ionization mechanisms. Ionization мodels.

Methods of scientific research in thermal physics
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is to study the structure and content of gas in the system of thermophysical processes, the possibility of research in the gas phase, patterns of thermophysical phenomena, quantify the physical processes. During the study of course, master students should be competent in: 1. experimental methods for measuring thermal quantities; 2. make a choice of the necessary measurement tools and estimate precision measuring systems; 3 Possess practical skills for experimental investigation of physical phenomena in thermal physics; 4 work with instruments and equipment of a modern physical laboratory; 5 explain the main observable natural and technogenic phenomena and effects from the standpoint of fundamental physical interactions. The basic requirements for the design of experimental facilities; study of laminar and turbulent boundary layers; measurement of the coefficient of hydraulic resistance; Preston method; viscous fluid dynamics; irrotational motion of an ideal incompressible fluid; the formation of graduate skills in the use of special issues of the course "Methods of research in thermal physics", a basic understanding of physical phenomena, introduction to basic methods of thermo physical experiment; the skills of research and work with reference books.

The optimization of technological processes
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: acquisition of skills in using modeling methods to describe the regularities of technological processes and optimize the parameters of the process and object under study. During the study of course, masters should be competent to: 1. describe the processes of heat and mass transfer during combustion of liquid and solid fuels in the combustion chamber; 2. apply optimization methods for fuel combustion technology, taking into account the mathematical and physical models of combustion processes in various combustion chambers; 3. evaluate the economic efficiency of technological processes and their environmental safety with the involvement of innovative technologies to improve technological processes and equipment; 4. create waste management technologies and systems for ensuring the environmental safety of production; 5. carry out modeling of objects using modern software; to formulate and justify the technical and scientific novelty of the obtained simulation results and protect their priority. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: Chemical equilibrium. Speed and order of reaction. The dependence of the reaction rate on pressure. Experimental determination of the reaction order. The connection of activation energy with the thermal effect of the reaction. Different types of ignition. Heat and heat dissipation curves; graphic solution. Stationary theory of thermal explosion: exponential decomposition; flat vessel solution; kind of equations for cylindrical and spherical vessels. Technological optimization methods. Physical models of the problem of burning various fuels. Combustion features and combustion modes of liquid and solid fuels. Mathematical models of the combustion process in the combustion chamber. Basic equations for atomization and combustion of liquid fuel. The equation of continuity. Equation of motion and the equation of internal energy.

Radiation effects in condensed matter
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: study of the basic physical processes that occur during the interaction of various types of radiation with condensed matter; optimal techniques for experimental research and processing of the results. During the study of course, masters should be competent in: 1. determine the scope of the methods used; 2. use current standards and specifications, provisions and instructions for the operation of equipment, regulatory materials related to the field of professional activity 3. own methods for analyzing the properties of hydrogen in metals and alloys, isotope chemical structural analysis of the surface of radiation defects in condensed matter, 4. explain the effects of radiation on semiconductors, dielectrics, metals, alloys, organic and inorganic compounds, polymers and products based on them; 5. apply methods to solve the main problems associated with the radiation resistance of products in various fields of technology and ways to increase it. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: The interaction of particles and radiation with matter. Inelastic collisions of charged particles. Loss of energy due to ionization. Radiation losses. Critical energy. Bragg Peak. Extrapolated range of electrons. The effects of ionization in materials with different types of chemical bonds. Elementary defects in crystals. The simplest types of damage and their evolution. Mechanisms of formation of stable Frenkel pairs. Focuses and crowdions. The interaction of primary defects and the formation of the deformation structure of the crystal. Secondary atomic displacements. Energy balance in cascade. Lindhard model. Radiationstimulated diffusion and balance equations of point defects. Evolution of a defect structure at low and high irradiation temperatures. Physical mechanisms of changes in the macroscopic properties of metals upon irradiation.

Scanning Probe Microscopy
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: the formation of the skills of experiment planning, the selection of optimal techniques implemented using scanning probe microscopes, the determination of the necessary experimental conditions and the optimal method for processing the results. During the study of course, masters should be competent in: 1. explain the fundamental principles of scanning probe microscopy; 2. to analyze the properties of hydrogen in metals and alloys using technological equipment, automation and production diagnostics, modern information technologies; 3. use physical and mathematical methods of isotopic chemical and structural analysis of the surface; 4. own methods of scanning probe microscopy in metals and alloys; 5. use a creative approach to study defects in solids when solving the problems of designing objects of new equipment, operation, and development of technological processes. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: Physical fundamentals of scanning probe microscopy. The principle and basic modes of operation of a scanning tunneling microscope. Scanning tunneling spectroscopy. The principle and basic modes of operation of an atomic force microscope. The forces of interaction in solids. Van der Waals forces, electrostatic and capillary interaction. Methods for recording bending and vibration parameters of the probe. AFM operating modes. Lateral force microscope. Techniques implemented in scanning probe microscopy. Electrostatic force microscopy. Scanning Capacitive Spectroscopy. Scanning microscopy of the near optical zone. Microthermal analysis. Power modulation spectroscopy. Microscopy of phase detection.

Modern methods of thermodynamics of irreversible processes
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: study of optimal models using the basic principles of the phenomenological theory of irreversible processes. During the study of course, masters should be competent to: 1. analyze special, scientific, reference and methodical literature in the field of nonequilibrium thermodynamics; 2. use the basic laws of nonequilibrium thermodynamics and statistical physics; describe the equilibrium state of macroscopic systems and quasistationary processes; 3. apply the LeChatelier principle when testing for the stability of stationary states; 4. choose models for describing irreversible processes close to thermodynamic equilibrium; 5. use the obtained scientific results, methods and technologies in solving technical problems in the thermodynamics of irreversible processes. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: The main provisions of the thermodynamics of irreversible processes. The principle of local equilibrium. The balance equation in general. Entropy of nonequilibrium systems. Equation of balance for entropy. Evolution criterion for equilibrium and nonequilibrium states. A criterion for the evolution of stationary states of systems far from equilibrium. GlensdorfPrigogine Theorem. Thermodynamics of linear irreversible processes. The basic formula of macroscopic thermodynamics of irreversible processes. Onsager linear theory. The principle of microscopic stability of nonequilibrium reversibility states. Curie principle. The stability of stationary states and the LeChatelier principle. Fluctuations and limits of applicability of the thermodynamic method.

Рhysics gas and liquid
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline is determine the structure and content of gas in the system of thermophysical processes; conducting studies of processes in the gas phase, studying the patterns of thermophysical phenomena, measuring the quantitative characteristics of physical processes. During the study of course, master students should be competent in: 1. apply experimental methods for measuring thermophysical quantities; 2. carry out the selection of the necessary measuring instruments for a given accuracy of the error; 3. work with instruments and equipment of a modern physical laboratory; 4. carry out statistical processing of experimental data; 5. explain the main observed natural and technogenic phenomena and effects from the standpoint of fundamental physical interactions. Various properties of liquid and gaseous media. The solution of the problem of flow around a wing profile by the method of conformal mappings. The postulate of ZhukovskyChaplygin. NavierStokes equations for the dynamics of a viscous incompressible fluid in dimensionless variables. Dimensionless parameters and their meaning. Reynolds number. Fundamentals of the theory of similarity. The movement of a viscous incompressible fluid in a round pipe. Poiseuille's Law. Features of the flow at large Reynolds numbers. The concept of the boundary layer. Prandtl equation. Blausius problem. Laminar and turbulent movements. Experiments and critical Reynolds number. Reynolds equation of averaged turbulent motion. Boussinesq formula. Prandtl hypothesis.

Defects in solids and materials modification
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: Aim оf discipline: the formation and development of students' theoretical ideas about the relationship of the structure and properties of real crystalline substances, as well as their subsequent use of acquired knowledge to study the possibility of developing materials with a given set of properties necessary for practical use. During the study of course, masters should be competent in: 1. to classify defects in solids; 2. understand the basic processes of formation of defects in solids; 3. characterize the dynamics of defects in solids 4. explain the role of structure defects in the formation of chemical, electrical, optical and mechanical properties of solidphase materials. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: classification of defects in solids, the main processes of their formation and characterization of development, the role of structural defects in the formation of chemical, electro physical, optical and mechanical properties of solidphase materials, research in the field of solidstate chemistry and solidphase functional materials.

Kinetic Theory of Gases
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description: The purpose of the discipline – the peculiarity of the course is because the “Kinetic theory of gases” as an example of a specific application of statistical methods for describing inhomogeneous gases. that it introduces such important concepts as temperature, internal energy, heat, entropy, gives a microscopic interpretation of these concepts based on the kinetic theory using the statistical method; As During the study of course, master students should be competent in: 1. Describe the laws of the kinetic theory of gases, the basics of thermodynamics, patterns of changes in some physical parameters when changing others under certain conditions; 2. to reveal the physical mechanism of the phenomenon, to analyze the change of thermodynamic parameters in specific processes; 3. To work with practical skills of calculation of thermodynamic parameters and constants using information technology. 4. Justify gas laws,explain the mathematical model of an ideal gas. 5. To study by statistical methods the properties of gases on the basis of ideas about the molecular structure of gas and a certain law of interaction between its molecules. When studying a discipline, master students will study the following aspects: Kinetic theory of gases. Precomputing almost all equilibrium properties (parameters of the equations of state) and nonequilibrium properties of gases (the transport coefficients and flows of matter, energy, momentum, entropy, electric charge). Examples of using the fundamental principles for solving equations and to obtain important practical results; depth study of the molecularkinetic theory to describe the specific problems of irreversible processes in gases, the development of the foundations of the mathematical apparatus of modern kinetic theory of gases.

Dissertation Writing
 Type of control: Защита НИР
 Description:

Research practice
 Type of control: Защита практики
 Description: Рurpose of practice: to develop the ability of theoretical generalization and practical research of data for creation of an original research portfolio of scientific work based on methods of planning, organization of research activities, application of scientific methods of studying objects and analytical system of their forecasting. During the study of practice, doctoral students should be competent in:  critically evaluating the scientific literature on the subject of scientific research in the field of fundamental and applied marketing;  formulating actual scientific problems, directions, hypotheses of research, including interdisciplinary ones, within the framework of own scientificexperimental and managerial activities;  plan and organize research activities: collection, processing and analysis of the main technical and economic, financial, marketing, statistical and empirical data, using a modern analytical system to develop strategic and forecast solutions for the development of the research object;  evaluate the validity of methods used in scientific research on marketing issues;  carry out scientific experiments to study the market potential, competitive advantages, consumer behavior, innovative development and correctly analyze their results;  creating research products both independently and as a part of research teams on the basis of observance of scientific ethics, correlating own scientific interests with public needs;  broadcasting their own results of research in the field of marketing to a wide range of specialists in the relevant field, also in an audience that does not have the appropriate training.

Scientific Internship
 Type of control: Защита НИР
 Description: The main purpose of "Scientific Internship": is the formation in the students of the ability to independently conduct research and development in the professional sphere using modern research methods and information and communication technologies on the basis of a foreign university. During the study of course, student should be competent in:  to substantiate the fundamentals of the methodology for performing scientific research, planning and organizing a scientific experiment, processing scientific data;  to argue methods of solving research and practical problems, including in interdisciplinary areas;  can analyze alternative solutions to research and practical problems and assess the potential benefits of implementing these options;  apply theoretical knowledge on methods of collecting, storing, processing and transmitting information using modern computer technologies;  choose the methods of presentation and methods of information transfer for different contingents of listeners.

Research Seminar III
 Type of control: Защита НИР
 Description:

Teaching Internship
 Type of control: Защита практики
 Description: Aim оf discipline: formation of the ability to carry out educational activities in universities, to design the educational process and conduct certain types of training sessions using innovative educational technologies. During the study of course, masters should be competent in: 1. develop the taught discipline in an amount sufficient for the analytical assessment, selection and implementation of the module of the academic discipline, taking into account the level of preparedness of students, their needs, as well as the requirements of the State Educational Establishment of the Republic of Kazakhstan; 2. to develop the specifics of the organization and conduct of various types of classes in higher educational institutions (lecture, seminar, laboratory and practical); 3. apply the basic means of assessing students' academic achievements; 4. analyze the educational and methodological literature and use it to build your own presentation of program material; 5. prepare plans for seminars, practical classes, laboratory work in accordance with established methodological and methodological approaches. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: Acquaintance with the goals, objectives and content of teaching practice; drawing up of the schedule of consultations, kinds of the reporting and terms of their granting. Harmonization of the individual plan of the scientific and pedagogical practice of the undergraduate. Implementation of educationalmethodical tasks coordinated with the head of practice. Visiting and analyzing the training sessions conducted by the teachers of the department. Acquaintance with the organization of scientific, methodical and educational work (plans, normative documents regulating the pedagogical process) at the faculty / at the university and the department. Development (at least 10 lessons) and conducting classes with students. Carrying out activities on the designated activities (scientific and methodological seminars, conferences, scientific circles, educational events). Preparation of an article of a scientific and methodical nature. Drawing up a report on scientific and pedagogical practice.

Publication in the Proceedings of International Conferences
 Type of control: Защита НИР
 Description: The main purpose of "Publication in the Proceedings of International Conferences": is the formation of master candidates in the possibility of presenting the results of research work to the scientific community, receiving feedback, and exchanging experience in the field of professional activity. During the study of course, master student's should be competent in: 1. demonstrate current trends in scientific research; 2. to argue the annotated results of research in scientific journals, materials of international conferences and symposia; 3. they can apply new, scientifically grounded, theoretical or experimental results that allow solving a theoretical and applied problem; 4. analyze scientific results, the data of their colleagues and opponents in the sphere of the chosen professional activity; 5. generate ideas for the use of proposed developments in scientific research of the professional field of activity.

Dissertation Writing
 Type of control: [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
 Description:

Research Seminar I
 Type of control: Защита НИР
 Description: Upon successful completion of this module, undergraduates should be able to: 1.To carry out an analytical review of the scientific literature on the subject of undergraduate scientific research; 2. To substantiate and formulate the relevance, theoretical and practical significance of the chosen topic of scientific research; 3. To apply modern methods of data analysis and processing, information technology and software products related to the research topic; 4. To acquire the skills of independent research work, as well as work as part of research teams; 5. To critically evaluate the results of their own scientific research, identify scientific priorities and formulate relevant scientific problems and problems on the topic of their research; 6. To present the results of the research in various forms of oral and written activities (presentation, abstract, analytical review, critical review, report, report, presentation, scientific article of a review, research and analytical nature, etc.); 7. To realize the provision of a direct connection of the research work with the dissertation; 8. To publish articles on the results of the research in domestic and foreign scientific journals.

Research Seminar II
 Type of control: Защита НИР
 Description: Upon successful completion of this module, undergraduates should be able to: 1.To carry out an analytical review of the scientific literature on the subject of undergraduate scientific research; 2. To substantiate and formulate the relevance, theoretical and practical significance of the chosen topic of scientific research; 3. To apply modern methods of data analysis and processing, information technology and software products related to the research topic; 4. To acquire the skills of independent research work, as well as work as part of research teams; 5. To critically evaluate the results of their own scientific research, identify scientific priorities and formulate relevant scientific problems and problems on the topic of their research; 6. To present the results of the research in various forms of oral and written activities (presentation, abstract, analytical review, critical review, report, report, presentation, scientific article of a review, research and analytical nature, etc.); 7. To realize the provision of a direct connection of the research work with the dissertation; 8. To publish articles on the results of the research in domestic and foreign scientific journals.