Aim of the Department
Provide graduate education for students from different disciplines and perform R&D on nuclear reactor technologies, nuclear safety and instrumentation, radioisotope production, accelerator technologies and radiation tests.
a) Monitoring and Control Systems and Safe Operation of Nuclear Power Plants Dual Master Degree Program (English)
Universities Involved in Dual-Diploma Program:
Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Ankara University, Turkey
National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (NRNU MEPhI), Russia
Aim of the Program
The main aim of the program is to educate graduate students on nuclear instrumentation, control and radiation monitoring for the safe operation of nuclear power plants. The structural and functional factors used in determining the safety of nuclear power plants, the monitoring systems used for monitoring these factors, reactor control, and other safety operations together with the automation, neutron detection and measurement, thermohydrolics, heat transfer, nuclear chemistry and radiologic safety are also involved in this program.
Nuclear Engineering, Physics, Engineering Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Civil Engineering, Control and Automation Engineering
b) Accelerator and Detector Technologies Master Degree Program (Turkish)
Aim of the Program
The aim of this program is to educate graduate students and perform R&D on particle accelerators and particle detectors, radio frequency, vacuum, radiation safety, control, cryogenics, laser and photonics. The program also involves accelerator physics and technology, accelerator-based secondary beams, accelerator based light sources and data processing.
Physics, Engineering Physics, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Health Physics, Biotechnology, Nuclear Medicine, Biology, Metallurgical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Civil Engineering, Control and Automation Engineering