Educational projects in the field of nuclear physics and methods for conducting and analyzing the results of a physical experiment are one of the key activities of the group.

Low background subterranean laboratory experiments course

The course provides a brief introduction to particle and nucleus physics. The problems of modern neutrino physics are considered: rest mass, oscillations, lepton number violation, sterile neutrinos. The latest research methods for neutrinos of various origins are the detection of reactor, solar, atmospheric, accelerator, galactic, and geo-neutrinos. An overview of the underground, underwater and under-ice laboratories of the world is given, where low-background experiments in particle physics and astrophysics are conducted.

Details available at the course page

Statistical methods in experimental physics

Optional semester course for 2–4th year students.

Details available at the course page

History of atomic project

The history of the atomic project of the USSR first-hand.

Details available at the course page

Introduction to Kotlin scientific programming

Optional course for everyone.

Details available at the course page

Laboratory work at the department of general physics

The group is involved in improving laboratory work at the department of general physics, MIPT.


A software package and an additional description for processing data in laboratory work on birefringence in optics course (IV semester of general physics).

The web application is available here.

Details available at the project page.

The code is on the github.

Manual for conducting and processing the results of a training experiment

The manual is intended for junior students and describes the conduct, processing and presentation of the results of a typical educational experiment (laboratory work).

At the moment, the manual is being finalized and will be updated.

PDF version for download.

On-line version

Details available at the course page