Infochemistry

Place of Study: St. Petersburg, Russia
Outcome (diploma or credits): Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Application Deadline: 11 August 2023
Admission Requirements: Bachelor's degree in chemistry, chemical technology, biotechnology, IT, with excellent/good grades; CV & motivation letter; upper-intermediate level of English
Tuition Fee: 349,000 rubles for Russian students, 379,000 rubles for international students

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Program description

Combining education and research, the program teaches students how to improve chemical and biotechnological processes using the methods of chemistry and IT. During their studies, students learn to apply their skills on real-word industrial and laboratory projects, publish their articles in high-impact journals, and present the results of their work at conferences and summits. Students have free access to high-tech equipment for their research. The program focuses on the implementation of AI methods for chemical process analysis and modeling. Students study how to use computational calculations for complex systems modeling and analysis. They can choose to work on fundamental or industrial projects, ranging from living cell modeling to FoodNet and HealthNet projects. The program offers lectures by renowned researchers from all over the world and opens the way for short- and long-term research internships. 

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Career opportunities

With a degree in infochemistry, students can pursue their careers as laboratory engineers, specialists in R&D, digitalized chemistry, biotechnology, chemical technology, and chemical modeling. Our graduates work at KUKA, NT-MDT, BIOCAD, Sibur Holding, Rusnano, Gazprom Neft, Bioelement, Grondard, Vkusvil, National University of Singapore, Dr. Skalny, and Pharmasyntez-Nord.

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