Master’s Program

Bridging Engineering Science and Digital Technologies

The Master’s program in Advanced Manufacturing Technologies is aimed at providing students with the state-of-the-art educational experience in Engineering Science and Digital Technologies. Our students have a unique opportunity to learn the cutting edge manufacturing technologies together with the advanced science and digital design tools that underly those technologies. The program is structured so as to teach essential scientific and engineering disciplines in the first year and to engage in practical project-based studies and research in the second year. Upon a successful thesis defense, students are awarded the degree of “Master of Science in Information Systems and Technologies”.

All students receive an internationally competitive stipend and other benefits.

Entry requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent in Physics, Mechanics, Material Science, Engineering, or Applied Mathematics
  • High level of English proficiency
  • Passing an online test on university mathematics and general physics (see a sample test at:

Application process and deadlines are described at: See also:

The nearest deadline is tbd.

Benefits of AMT program:

  • you gain fundamental knowledge in mechanics and physics of advanced manufacturing and materials
  • become an expert developer of computational engineering tools
  • have deep understanding of modern technological methods and tools, IT-based manufacturing and product development practices
  • will have the ability to apply modern information technology, mathematics, mechanics, physics, and material science in engineering practice and research in advanced manufacturing and materials
  • you will have the vision for the creation of new technologies, design and development of sustainable systems, and development of novel materials
  • will be able to apply simulation-driven product development paradigm in engineering system design

Possible career path:

  • Industry. Landing specialist positions in high-tech sector including but not limited to: Advanced manufacturing and materials, Aerospace, Energy and Transportation, Research and Development, Consulting
  • Science. Landing PhD positions and continuing research at leading Russian and international universities and research laboratories
  • Startup. Starting a business on their own or through the Skolkovo innovation ecosystem with its extensive pool of experts, partners, consultants and investors

The AMT program structure:

The AMT educational program is built of tightly interconnected courses in three areas:

  • Mechanics and Materials Engineering
  • Computational Engineering and
  • Digital Design and Manufacturing

Students are required to earn 120 ECTS credits of which:

  • 36 credits of compulsory and recommended elective courses
  • 36 credits of research and thesis projects
  • 24 credits of projects and other elective courses
  • 12 credits of entrepreneurship and innovation courses and
  • 12 credits of industrial immersion

For the detailed course descriptions, please visit the Courses page and see the official curriculum that contains complete details as to how many credits and in which terms the courses are offered.

Computational Engineering

MA06239: (ESDT-239) Numerical Methods in Science and Engineering. MSc, 6.

CURRICULUM  Instructor
Compulsory Courses
Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (3cr) All faculty of CDMM
Mathematical Methods in Engineering and Applied Science A. Kasimov
Recommended Electives
Essential Engineering Toolbox (3cr) Multiple
Continuum Mechanics R. Nigmatulin
Science of Advanced Manufacturing (3cr) I. Akhatov
Structural Analysis and Design I. Sergeichev
Introduction to Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) I. Uzhinsky
Advanced PLM techniques: Digital Design and Optimization I. Uzhinsky
Advanced PLM techniques: Product Prototyping I. Uzhinsky
Advanced PLM techniques: Testing and Model Validation I. Uzhinsky
Numerical Methods in Engineering and Applied Science A. Kasimov
Thermal Fluid Sciences I. Akhatov
Composite Materials and Structures S. Abaimov
Fundamentals of Additive Technologies I. Shishkovsky
Nanocomposites S. Abaimov
Geometric Modeling A. Pasko
Advanced Manufacturing of Composite Materials A. Safonov
Micromechanics S. Abaimov
Materials Selection in Design I. Salimon, S. Chugunov
Heterogeneous Volume Modeling and Digital Fabrication A. Pasko
Fracture Mechanics S. Abaimov
Industrial Robotics I. Shishkovsky
3D Bioprinting: Processes, Materials, and Applications I. Shishkovsky
Finite Element Analysis I. Sergeichev
Thermal Spray Coating I. Shishkovsky
Digital Certification of Composite Structures I. Sergeichev
Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Innovation Workshop
Ideas to Impact
Leadership for Innovators
Business Communication
Thinking Disruptive for a Big Future
Biomedical Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Intellectual Property and Technological Innovation
New Product Design: from Idea to Market Launch
Management of Research & Development
Technology Entrepreneurship

Further information:

  • Iskander Akhatov, Professor, CDMM Director
  • Aslan Kasimov, Associate Professor, AMT Program Coordinator
  • AMT Admissions page.
  • CDMM contact: Ivan Popov, , tel: +7 (495) 280 14 81 ext. 3346