Physics forms the basis of many other sciences as well as of innovative technical and industrial developments. In the NAWI Graz master's degree programme Technical Physics, students build on the knowledge acquired in the bachelor's degree programme and extend their skills in solving physics problems and mathematical problems so that they can work on research related and application-oriented questions. Numerous career options are open to students after graduation, both in Austria and abroad. They can choose to continue researching fundamental aspects of physics or work developing new materials, technologies and processes for industry.
- You increase your knowledge of physics and maths.
- You acquire specialist knowledge in the following areas:
- Statistical and Computational Physics
- Advanced Quantum Mechanics and Atom Physics
- Advanced Solid State Physics and Radiation Physics
- You acquire knowledge of Business and Entrepreneurship.
- You apply physics methods in experiments, in theory, and using computers.
- You analyse complex procedures using modern computer simulation processes.
- You learn to think logically and systematically and to acquaint yourself with new physical and technical problem areas.
- You work on interdisciplinary problems, e.g. in mathematics, chemistry, medicine and environmental systems sciences.
- You improve your specialist English vocabulary.
You can specialise in three of the following areas:
- Applied Materials Physics
- Computational Condensed Matter Physics
- Laboratory Technology and Instrumentation
- Microscopy and Nanoanalysis
- Modelling of Materials
- Nano and Laser Optics
- Quantum Many-Body Physics
- Quantum Optics and Molecular Physics
- Radiation and Plasma Physics
- Semiconductor Devices
- Surface Science
- Theoretical Solid State Physics
Further options for specialised modules are offered as part of a stay abroad.
Technical physicists are regarded as the universal problem solvers in innovative industries. They work as highly-qualified experts in scientific and technological areas of industry, business and science both in Austria and abroad.
Technical physicists primarily work in the following industrial sectors:
- Universities and other educational and research institutions
- Data processing
- Electronics and electrical engineering
- Precision mechanics and optics
- Mechanical engineering and vehicle construction
- Health care and public services
- The services sector and company services
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Last updated March 9, 2018