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Master in Advanced Materials Physics and Nanostructures [+]
- Introduction to quantum theory of identical particle systems
- Special Mathematics Chapters
- Introduction to physics of mesoscopic systems
- Linear response phenomena
- Transport phenomena in disordered materials
- Methods for modeling electronic and optoelectronic devices
- Crystal growth techniques
- Nanostructures with applicability in electronics, optoelectronics, sensory and bio-electrochemistry
- Techniques for measuring optical and semiconductor coefficients
- Physics and thin film technology
- Optical non-linear phenomena
- Physics of dielectrics
- Optoelectronic properties of liquid crystals and thin film films. Technological applications.... [-]