The College of Engineering
The College offers 4-year (Bachelor degree) and 5-year (Specialist and Master degree) programs (full-time, part-time and external) in:
- Electronic Optics
- Technological Education (Professional Education and Information Technologies)
- Vocational Education
The College has introduced new trends of research in interferential polarization correlational metrics of slightly rough surfaces, the use of lasers in biomedical diagnostics, fractal optics, singulars optics, semi-conductor optics. The range of subjects at the Department of General Physics has also been considerably enriched. Besides the traditional subject-matter connected with the methodology of physics, the faculty are currently involved in the investigation of imbalanced processes and metastable condition in solids, the formation and growth of crystals, and the kinetics of crystallization.
There are the following departments: General Physics, Correlational Optics, Optics and Spectroscopy.
The College offers graduate studies (candidate and doctorate).
Since 1991 a range of long-term international faculty and students exchange agreements have been signed - the National Laboratory RISO (Denmark), Bucharest University (Romania), the Institute of Applied Optics in Warsaw, Warsaw Technical University and the Medical Academy in Bydgoszcz (Poland), Sydney University (Australia), the Institute of Radio Engineering in Prague (Czech Republic), etc.
Biennial since 1992 the College hosts the International conference in Correlational Optics and the conference papers are published by the International Society of Optic Engineers in the USA. The College faculty are the members of the editorial boards of several international journals (“Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics”, “Optica Applicata”, etc.). Professor O.V. Angelsky is an honorary fellow of the Optic Society of America, the International Society of Optic Engineers and the Institute of Physics, Great Britain.
The foundation of student branches of international scientific societies of SPIE and OSA is the greatest achievement of the College. The College graduate students have often received SPIE grants.
Oleg V. Angelsky,
D.Sc. (Physics and Mathematics), Professor
101 Storozhynetska Str.,
Chernivtsi 58000, Ukraine
e-mail: clg-engin@ chnu.edu.ua