|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
The Urals State University
|Address||51 Lenin Ave., Ekaterinburg, 620083 Russia|
|Tel. No.||+7 3432-55-75-12|
|Fax No.||+7 3432-55-75-12|
Professor Vladimir Tretyakov|
|Type of course||
|Date of commencement||September, 1 - June, 30|
|Class size||10 - 30 students|
1500 -3000 USD |
national: 1500 - 2000 USD
|Student grants||Not available|
|Admission requirements||Russian fluency required|
|Student profile|| |
|Contact for application|| Mrs. Svetlana Sokollova|
Head of the International Relations Office,
51 Lenin Ave., Ekaterinburg, 620083 Russia
Dean - A. A. Vshivkov, Associate Professor, Candidate of Chemistry Telephone: +7 3432 617-411
Student body: 315 full-time students. Staff: 5 professors, Doctors of Sciences; 20 associate professors, Candidates of Sciences; 9 senior lecturers and lecturers.
Chairs: inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, physical chemistry of high molecular compounds, analytical chemistry.
Majoring in: chemistry (inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry of polymers and polymeric composite materials, chemistry of solids and new inorganic materials).
Basic academic disciplines: chemistry (inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physica lchemistry, analytical chemistry, high-molecular compound chemistry, crystal chemistry, colloid chemistry, chemical engineering, physical research methods, higher mathematics, physics, computers and programming, majoring subjects).
Major fields of research: the mechanism and kinetics of high-temperature chemical and electrochemical processes in fused ion electrolytes (rust protection of metals); solid-phase synthesis processes and methods of analysis of new oxide materials; thermodynamics of interaction between components and their compatibility in polymetric systems; sorptional and diffusional properties and gas permeability of polymetric materials; bifurcation organic compound synthesis (formation of photostabilizers, surface-active compounds, complexons).
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