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Physics & Informatics


Physics is a fundamental science without which it is impossible to develop any of the technical fields. The discovery of physical laws contributed to the fact that all inventions were in the process of continuous improvement aimed at creating new, more functional technical means. Studying the natural phenomena, the diversity of which is represented by the outside world, man sought to conquer them, to make them serve themselves for the good, which contributed to the creation of products of man-made labor. Not only do physics scientists seek to discover natural phenomena, but also to systematize their common properties, to arrive at a perfect understanding of the surrounding matter. The laws of physics are subordinated to all branches of modern science, technology and production. The rapid development of scientific and technological progress has made the knowledge of the physical foundations of any technical field the most in demand among specialists, as the area of ​​this knowledge is necessary in the design of radio and electronic means, in the field of both theoretical and experimental research, in the development and industrial production of integ circuits, sensor systems, computer vision systems, computer networks, fiber optic communication lines, spintronics devices.


Students in the specialty "Secondary education. Physics »receive basic and professional training in physics, computer science, teaching methods of physics and computer science, psychology and pedagogy, and simultaneously, in the course of training receive additional knowledge in the field of mathematics, electronics, nanotechnology. By choosing this specialty, students will not only discover this endless fascinating world of nature, but will also be able to leave their mark on modern science by doing research.


A specialty of the "Physics and Informatics" educational program of "Secondary Education. Physics ”is the versatility of graduate training that provides employment in positions both in Ukraine and beyond: educational institutions (teachers of schools, teachers of lyceums, colleges and universities) educational institutions; methodologists of city and district departments of education; directors of educational institutions; heads of administrative and administrative apparatus of educational institutions); Research Institutions and Industrial Enterprises (Leading Researchers; Heads of Research Institutions and Laboratories, Engineering Positions Related to Software Development and Implementation), Work at which are related to the use of information systems, modern trends in micro-instrumentation, sensor technology and nanoelectronics; IT- k o mpany yah (NetCracker, PortaOne, Ukrtelecom, MindK, etc.)

Bachelor's graduates have the opportunity to study concurrently at the universities of the Czech Republic and Poland and have internships at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Krakow), the Institute of Physics (Bratislava, Slovakia), and the University. J. Guttenberg (Mainz, Germany) and Lorient University (Nancy, France).



Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Sumy State University
2, R.-Korsakova, str., Room ET239, 40007


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