Electronics and Nanoelectronics in North-Caucasus Federal University

Bachelor’s program, Master’s program


Majors: Industrial Electronics (Bachelor’s program), Physical Electronics (Master’s program)


Institute of Digital Development, Department of Infocommunications


Gennadii Linets, Head of the Department

+7 (8652) 95-69-97, ext. 53-61


Accreditation. The program successfully underwent state accreditation in 2020.

Awards and achievements. Students regularly participate in WorldSkills competitions in the Electronics competency both as contestants (1st place in the Electronics competency (16 Electronics) at the 2nd National Interuniversity Professional Skill Championship according to the WorldSkills standards in Moscow, 2018) and compatriot experts; participation in the research projects implemented by the department, contests, and conferences (1st place in the 16th International Conference of Students, PhD Students and Young Scientists “Prospects for the Development of Fundamental Sciences” (Tomsk).

Teaching staff. High quality of specialist training is provided by highly qualified staff of the Institute of Digital Development and other university units. Thirteen Doctors of Sciences, Professors and 51 Candidates of Sciences, Associate Professors are engaged in the delivery of the educational programs. Facilities and resources. While delivering the educational programs, teachers modern software and facilities and resources of the university’s specialized educational and research laboratories such as the National Instruments Research Equipment Sharing Center, the research laboratory of optics and spectroscopy of condensed media, the Clean Zones Scientific and Laboratory Complex, (the NCFU’s specialized WorldSkills Russia competency center for the Electronics competency, and regional specialized enterprises.

Education. The educational programs are delivered with a focus on the WorldSkills standards in the Electronics competency. The content and quality of the educational programs conform to the level of state-of-the-art technologies and meet key stakeholders’ expectations.

Research. Students take part in studying optical, electrophysical, photoelectric, luminescent properties of layers and films, diode-like electroluminescent structures and photoelectric transducers for use in optoelectronics.

Competitive advantages. High demand at specialized enterprises in the North-Caucasus region gives a competitive edge to graduates of the educational programs.

Employers and employment. The key employers of the educational program graduates are Elektroavtomatika, Stilsoft Group, the Signal radio manufacturing plant of Stavropol of Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies, Shema, Monocrystal, Analog, the LUM research and production firm, Concern Energomera.

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