The graduate of the PhD study program Physics of Condensed Matter and Acoustics will acquire deep theoretical and methodological knowledge about the physics of condensed matter and acoustics at the present level of the state of the art in the world. He/she will adopt the basis of a team scientific work, scientific research, scientific formulation of problems; he/she will know the relations between research, development, and practical utilization of the solutions of complicated scientific problems as well as presentation of the achieved results. He/she will able to analyze and solve complicated non-standard tasks in the field of Physics of Condensed Matter and Acoustics and bring new original solutions and will be capable of creative application of the acquired knowledge to the praxis; he/she will obtain a capability to elaborate this scientific discipline. He/she could be employed in different fields of science, research, development, industry and services in public as well as private sector.
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