vypusk1September 10, 2019: A long-awaited event - the presentation of the first KAU diplomas has been combined with the dedication of first-year master students.

Congratulations to our first KAU graduates! We wish them continued success! And we wish new students that their life at KAU to be even more interesting and useful for their future scientific careers!

Photo report here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/3B4NDzFRibGic5EbA


The Seminar on Biomolecular Modeling and Simulations, will take plaсe at the Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics (room 422) on 22 May, 2019 (Wednesday).

The Program starts at 10:30 and consists of the talks by Sergiy Perepelytsya, Polina Kanevska, Oleksii Zdorevskyi, Tatiana Bubon, Alina Frolova, Alberto Redaelli, and Alfonso Gautieri.


Febvre KAULecture 2019

KAU Lecture by Pascal Febvre about Superconducting Electronics https://youtu.be/Ad-dk3sED0I, as well as his answers to questions https://youtu.be/Cz5lYahGyDI can now be viewed on YouTube.

See other KAU Lectures on KAU Phystech channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqIjGCXT-Eh7cLC81KoYzTA/videos


cert4iraThe first six master students who have recently finished their 6 months scholarships at the IFW Dresden have been distinguished with the UKRATOP certificates during the Applied Physics Student School 2019 in Kyiv on April 24. We wish them successful scientific career to fully utilize the obtained experience!

Meanwhile, there is still one day left to apply for the UKRATOP scholarships within the next call, the deadline for which is extended to May 18.


Febvre KAULecture 2019

May 13 (Monday) at 12:20 at the Institute of Metal Physics (room 308 lab.building), within the framework of the master's program of the Department of Applied Physics and Nanomaterials, Prof. Pascal Febvre (Université Savoie Mont Blanc) will talk about new developments in Superconducting Electronics.

KAU and the Université Savoie Mont Blanc are partners in the Erasmus+ project and currently one of the students of the department is trained in France in the Pascal group. The lecture is aimed at the students of KAU and will be recorded as part of the KAU Lectures program, but we invite all those who wish to participate in the discussion.


Within the Project “Topological order of electrons in solids: New materials, Phenomena & application Concepts (UKRATOP)” which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), we invite applications for several scholarships available for young Ukrainian researchers (MSc students, PhD students, and PostDocs) to support joint research of Kyiv Academic University (KAU) and IFW Dresden/TU Dresden. The applications should be submitted before May 15, 2019. The UKRATOP selection workshop scheduled on May 28, 2019 at KAU.