M.Sc. in Physics

University of Antwerp

Program Description

M.Sc. in Physics

University of Antwerp

The M.Sc. in Physics with specialization in nanophysics provides advanced courses on the fundamental physics that determine the structure and govern the dynamics at the nanometer scale. Topics of direct interest are quantum physics and chemistry, nanoparticles, nanotubes and fullerenes, graphene, nanobiology, nanomagnetism, superconductivity, electron microscopy and spectroscopy, tomography etc.

The courses are taught by renown scientists in their respective fields. The research teams hosting the program have a long tradition in theoretical, computational and experimental techniques in nanophysics. The interaction with professors, Ph.D. students, and other faculty members is encouraged as this will enhance your research competences.

For your Master’s thesis, you’ll be allowed to perform frontier research in theoretical, computational as well as experimental nanophysics at the Electron microscopy for materials science (E.M.A.T.), Experimental condensed matter physics (E.C.M.), Condensed matter theory (C.M.T.) and Theory of quantum systems and complex systems (T.Q.C.) research groups, to name a few.

This graduate program is internationally recognized and is an integral part of the Nanomat Master’s program with partners in Paris and Uppsala: www.nanomat-master.eu. You will get the possibility to study at other universities, laboratories, and scientific institutions in Europe to diversify your competences.

This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated September 24, 2018
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Sept. 2019
Duration
Duration
2 years
Full time
Price
Price
922 EUR
EEA: 922 EUR; non-EEA: 2890 EUR / year
Information
Deadline
Locations
Belgium - Antwerp, Flanders
Start date : Sept. 2019
Application deadline Request Info
End date July 5, 2019
Dates
Sept. 2019
Belgium - Antwerp, Flanders
Application deadline Request Info
End date July 5, 2019
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Master of Physics - Nanophysics at the University of Antwerp