Studies

The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences offers study programs in the fields of mathematics, physics, materials science as well as interdisciplinary studies, which ensure training of top-level professionals for industry and higher education market. The Faculty focuses on synergic education of competencies, offering unique in Lithuania bi-disciplinary studies in English.
Students get the opportunity to improve their skills in state-of-the art laboratories and to learn from the best teachers from Lithuania and abroad.

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Job market surveys emphasise that specialists with knowledge of high technologies, having know-how on various materials‘ creation and application, and possessing practical skills, will dominate in the list of the most promising future professions. BSc in Materials and Nanotechnologies analyse the ways various materials are created and applied in industry and contemporary high (micro-, nano-) technologies, how characteristics of materials are researched, evaluated and changed. Acquiring knowledge of material composition, physics and chemistry, the graduates are able to select suitable materials or production technologies, and to find solutions for various engineering and technical issues.

The programme offers specialisations in either Biomaterials or Functional Materials.

Head of Study Programme
Kristina Bočkutė

e-mail:  kristina.bockute@ktu.lt
phone:  +370 37 300 339

The Materials Physics and Nanotechnology programme is designed for students who have an interest in and an aptitude for both technological sciences and physics. This is a unique bi-disciplinary undergraduate study programme in English. The programme provides students with a fundamental knowledge of physics, an understanding of technologies, technological design, together with problem-solving skills, and is aimed to address the needs of students seeking innovative careers in today’s world dominated by technologies.

Head of Study Programme
Kristina Bočkutė

e-mail:  kristina.bockute@ktu.lt
phone: +370 37 300 339

Are you interested in the processes in your environment? Are you constantly surprised by scientific and technological achievements? Would you like to contribute to development of high technologies? If you answered yes to the questions above, Applied Physics studies are for you. This study programme focuses on theory of mechanical, electromagnetic, optical, quantum phenomena, and on its application in practice, particularly in the area of high technologies.

Head of Study Programme
Vytautas Stankus

e-mail:  vytautas.stankus@ktu.lt
phone: +370 615 28 266

The curriculum of this study programme focuses on various applications of mathematics, creativity promotion; the students of the Applied Mathematics can expect enhanced training in computer science field and high quality of studies. By using the theory of mathematics, calculation algorithms, modelling methods, and computers, the students of Applied Mathematics solve the practical tasks of economics, computer science, engineering, medicine, insurance, business, and other fields.

Head of Study Programme
Kęstutis Lukšys

e-mail: kestutis.luksys@ktu.lt
phone: +370 612 05732

The study programme‘s curriculum focuses on business big data, synergy in development of mathematical and computer science skills and competencies, development of mathematical models for business development decisions. Graduates are able to analyse the business big data, to identify business problems, to optimise business processes, to apply acquired knowledge and to create mathematical models and algorithms for business decisions and business insights development.

Head of Study Programme
Kęstutis Lukšys
e-mail: kestutis.luksys@ktu.lt
phone: +370 612 05732

The programme mainly consists of the studies of individual, environmental and substance exposure to radiation, focusing on the use of radiation for treatment and diagnosis of oncological diseases, and protection of individual and environment from unreasonable radiation. Knowledge, skills and competences are regulated by EC directive 2013/59/EURATOM; therefore, the graduates have unique prospects for international internships, training and career.

Head of Study Programme
Diana Adlienė
e-mail:  diana.adliene@ktu.lt
phone:  +370 (674) 23 325

MSc in Materials Science programme develops research skills, providing extensive theoretical and experimental knowledge of material composition and improvement of their characteristics, knowledge of methodology and technique for technological measurements of materials, processing and analysis of experimental results, knowledge of application of high technologies (micro- and nanotechnologies) in materials science. The programme combines fundamental and engineering studies, and enables the graduates to create and apply functional materials and technologies of their production.

The Ma+ model applied in the programme, provides students with the opportunity to tailor their professional path according to their needs and preferences. The students may become high-end professionals by choosing the Field Expert track or to strengthen their interdisciplinary skills by choosing the Interdisciplinary Expert track, which allows to select additional discipline (for example, management) to compliment the competences’ package and to achieve competitive advantage in the job market.

Head of Study Programme
Kristina Bočkutė
e-mail:  kristina.bockute@ktu.lt
phone: +370 37 300 339

Led by internationally recognised research, this study programme focuses on the aspects of fundamental and applied physics, on the formation of new functional solid surfaces produced by physical vapour deposition high technologies, and many other exciting issues, starting with experimental research and ending with theoretical computer simulation.

The Ma+ model applied in the programme, provides students with the opportunity to tailor their professional path according to their needs and preferences. The students may become high-end professionals by choosing the Field Expert track or to strengthen their interdisciplinary skills by choosing the Interdisciplinary Expert track, which allows to select additional discipline (for example, management) to compliment the competences’ package and to achieve competitive advantage in the job market.

Head of Study Programme
Vytautas Stankus
e-mail:  vytautas.stankus@ktu.lt
phone: +370 615 28 266

The aim of Applied Mathematics Master’s degree study programme is to prepare broadly educated creative mathematics specialists who have relevant knowledge of mathematics and its application and would be able to study, model and responsibly apply knowledge independently in new situations and would be able to be competent partners in joint projects with the specialists of other fields.

Head of Study Programme
Kęstutis Lukšys

e-mail:  kestutis.luksys@ktu.lt
phone: +370 612 05732

Double degree programme with partners of Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials Network.

According to the classification of scientific fields, the concept of material engineering involves all works in the field of materials science and materials technologies. It encompasses a wide totality of scientific problems, including research of materials aiming to improve the present properties of materials, new materials creation and obtaining information about properties of materials that have not been researched yet (the issues of materials science), as well as tasks of technological nature aiming to create more efficient methods for production of materials (which is an object of technology). Thus, materials engineering can be defined as the area involving two inevitably related components: fundamental scientific research and practical engineering. Material Engineering doctoral studies of are provided and scientific research is conducted at the Institute of Materials Science, and at the Faculties of Chemical Technology, Mechanical Engineering and Design, and Mathematics and Natural Sciences. These research and educational departments have contemporary equipment, scientific experience and competences. The departments and researchers involved in studies are conducting research on global level, which focuses on creation, development and application of technologies for knowledge-intensive material production processes.

Chairman of the PhD Committee in the Field of Science

Arvaidas Galdikas
e- mail: arvaidas.galdikas@ktu.lt

KTU and the University of Southern Denmark (Denmark) joint doctoral programme in the field of physics provides competences and knowledge in the areas of condensed matter, interaction of radiation and matter, optical spectroscopy; the programme offers a wide range of topics and general experimental and theoretical research in the areas of meso, micro and nano structures, photonic structures, including their formation, analysis and application in plasmonics, bio sensors and alternative energy. Research involves the use of new functional materials, modern technologies (electron-beam lithography, reactive plasma etching, and holographic lithography) and progressive research methods (spectroscopic ellipsometry, Raman scattering, Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, ultra-rapid process spectroscopy, etc.). Students of this programme have a possibility to acquire a double doctor degree at Shizuoka University (Japan).

Objective of PhD programme in physics is development of highly qualified researchers in the field of physics, who are able to conduct scientific research for solution of critical problems.

Chairman of the PhD Committee in the Field of Science

Sigitas Tamulevičius
e-mail:  sigitas.tamulevicius@ktu.lt

 

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