The 2 years master program provides advanced theoretical and practical training in the field of computational physics, with emphasis on computer-based modeling and simulation of physical processes and phenomena.
It is based on a modern curriculum merging advanced knowledge of classical physics, modern physics, computational physics with interdisciplinary applications and basics of modern programming concepts and languages. The master program provides the development of advanced programming capabilities and algorithmic thinking and usage of software for numerical and symbolic computation.
Moreover, it provides the capability to apply advanced numerical and simulation methods in science and economy, to find a solution of complex problems and optimal decision making, and to design and manage complex research and development programs. The master program aims to provide students with the appropriate tools for further Ph.D. studies and to become professional experts in the field through continuing professional training programs.
Candidates from: EU/EEA and Swiss Confederation: 2000 RON/year + 1000 RON graduation fee Non-EU Countries: 2700 EURO/academic year + 300 EURO graduation fee