Objective of the Programme
The Programme MSc in Physics is tailored to BSc graduates who aspire to deepen their knowledge of physics and to pursue a research career within a university, industrial or research laboratory. The programme provides professional knowledge and practical skills in the prospective areas of modern physics: mesoscopics and physics of advanced materials with unique properties. Upon graduation students will have acquired the qualification needed for a successful career in the field of design and application of novel optical materials, including metamaterials and heterogeneous nanomaterials, as well as R&D in nanotechnologies.
- fundamental background in the top of modern physics
- excellent analytical, critical and problem solving skills
- communication and learning skills: the ability to write coherent and consistent science papers and documents, the ability to manage your own learning and make use of primary research sources and reviews
- transferable skills necessary for the further professional career: the initiative, decision making and motivation to undertake further professional training
- scholarships to study abroad in English in one of the European partner universities (a semester or a summer school).
- The Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, FIAS (Germany)
- The University of Iceland (Iceland)
- Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
- The University of Tennessee (USA)
Teaching methods include lectures, seminars, laboratory research and computer simulation of microelectronics devices and circuits. Research work in international scientific teams and participation in international research projects develop practical skills and enrich the fundamental knowledge of the participants.
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Last updated September 28, 2017