# Laurea Magistrale in Fisica

DURATION

2 Years

LANGUAGES

Italian

PACE

Full time

APPLICATION DEADLINE

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EARLIEST START DATE

Oct 2024

TUITION FEES

EUR 156

STUDY FORMAT

On-Campus

## Gallery

## Admissions

## Curriculum

### Curriculum: Specialist Curriculum

**Compulsory Activity**

- Classical Electrodynamics
- English Proficiency B2
- Informatics Ability
- Final Exam
- Mandatory Training Internship

Caratterizzanti

- Data Structures and Algorithms of Physics of Data
- Electronics 1
- Electronics Laboratory
- Environmental Physics
- Health Physics
- Imaging Techniques for Biomedical Applications
- Optical Analysis for Cultural Heritages
- Accelerator Physics 1
- Dosimetry
- Electronics 2
- Elements of Superconductivity and Physics of High Field Magnets
- Modelling Applications for Environmental and Cultural Heritage Physics
- Radiobiology

Theory and Fundamentals of Physics

- Many Body Theory 1
- Many Body Theory 2
- Mathematical Methods in Physics: Differential Equations 1
- Mathematical Methods in Physics: Geometry and Group Theory 1
- Mathematical Methods in Physics: Geometry and Group Theory 2
- Quantum Field Theory 2
- Statistical Mechanics 1
- Statistical Quantum Field Theory 1
- Theory of Quantum Open Systems
- Gravity and Superstrings 1
- Quantum Field Theory 1
- Statistical Physics of Complex Systems
- Theory of Fundamental Interactions 1

Microphysics and Structure of Matter Field

- Accelerator Physics Laboratory
- Applied Superconductivity Laboratory
- Astroparticle Physics
- Coherence and Control of Quantum System
- Electronic Structure
- Electroweak Interactions
- Interaction and Detection of Nuclear Radiation
- Machine Learning
- Magnetic Properties and Fine Analysis of Low-Dimensional Matter
- Optics Laboratory and Application
- Particle Physics
- Physics Protein 1
- Probability and Statistics
- Quantum Optics
- Quantum Optics Laboratory
- Quantum Theory of Matter 2
- Semiconductor Physics
- Surface Physics 1
- Advanced Statistical Physics
- Laser Physics Laboratory 1
- Nanoscale Solid State Physics
- Nuclear Electronics
- Nuclear Physics
- Nuclear Spectroscopy Laboratory
- Optics 1
- Particle Detectors
- Physics of Electronic Devices
- Physics of Solids 1
- Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
- Plasma Physics Laboratory 1
- Quantum Information Theory
- Radioactivity

Astrophysics, Geophysics and Space Science Field

- Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics
- General Astrophysics 1
- Introduction to Continuum Physics
- Nuclear Relativistic Astrophysics 1
- Physics of the Hydrosphere and the Cryosphere
- Radio Astronomy 1
- Atmospheric Physics
- Cosmology 1
- Dynamics of Galaxies
- Extragalactic Astrophysics
- General Astrophysics 2
- Laboratory of Data Modelling
- Tectonophysics

Affini Integrative

- Advanced Gravitational Physics
- Algebraic Topology
- Atomic Physics
- Biophysics
- Cosmology 2
- Data Analytics, Forward and Inverse Modeling: Geophysical and Environmental Fluid Dynamics
- Differential Geometry
- Digital Electronics
- Foundations of Energy Production
- History of Physics
- Instrumentation Applied to Medicine
- Introduction to Astrophysics
- Introduction to General Relativity
- Methods of Data Analysis
- Nuclear Relativistic Astrophysics 2
- Particle Physics Laboratory 1
- Perturbation Theory of Hamiltonian Systems
- Physics Laboratory of Climatology and Atmospheric Physics
- Preparation of Didactical Experiences 1
- Quantum Computing
- Simulation of Condensed Matter and Biosystems
- Theory of Fundamental Interactions 2
- Thin Film and Nanostructures Characterization
- Computational Physics Laboratory
- Condensed Matter Physics Laboratory 2
- Deep Learning with Applications
- Dynamical Systems 1
- Earth Physics Laboratory
- Environmental Physics Laboratory
- Foundations in Electron Microscopy (EM) and Its Related Spectroscopies
- Foundations of Physics
- Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
- Geometry 2
- Gravity and Superstrings 2
- Health Physics Laboratory
- Introduction to Health and Medical Physics
- Laboratory of Space Instrumentation (1)
- Liquid-State and Soft-Matter Physics
- Mathematical Analysis 4
- Nanoparticle Physics
- Nonlinear Optics and Quantum Photonics
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Techniques: Physics Principles and Applications
- Numerical Simulation Laboratory
- Numerical Tecniques for Photorealistic Image Generation
- Particle Detectors Laboratory Instrumentation
- Phenomenology of the Standard Model of Particle Physics
- Physics of Medical Imaging
- Preparation of Didactical Experiences 2
- Quantum Walks
- Radiative Processes in Astrophysics
- Radio Astronomy 2
- Statistical Quantum Field Theory 2
- Stochastic Processes

Curriculum: Multi-Sector Curriculum

**Compulsory activity**

- Classical Electrodynamics
- English Proficiency B2
- Informatics Ability
- Final Exam

Caratterizzanti

- Electronics 1
- Electronics Laboratory
- Environmental Physics
- Health Physics
- Imaging Techniques for Biomedical Applications
- Optical Analysis for Cultural Heritages
- Accelerator Physics 1
- Dosimetry
- Electronics 2
- Elements of Superconductivity and Physics of High Field Magnets
- Modelling Applications for Environmental and Cultural Heritage Physics
- Radiobiology
- Theory and Fundamentals of Physics
- History of Physics
- Preparation of Didactical Experiences 1
- Preparation of Didactical Experiences 2
- Microphysics and Structure of Matter
- Accelerator Physics Laboratory
- Applied Superconductivity Laboratory
- Astroparticle Physics
- Coherence and Control of Quantum System
- Electronic Structure
- Electroweak Interactions
- Interaction and Detection of Nuclear Radiation
- Magnetic Properties and Fine Analysis of Low-Dimensional Matter
- Optics Laboratory and Application
- Particle Physics
- Physics Protein 1
- Quantum Optics
- Quantum Optics Laboratory
- Quantum Theory of Matter 2
- Semiconductor Physics
- Surface Physics 1
- Advanced Statistical Physics
- Laser Physics Laboratory 1
- Nanoscale Solid State Physics
- Nuclear Electronics
- Nuclear Physics
- Nuclear Spectroscopy Laboratory
- Optics 1
- Particle Detectors
- Physics of Electronic Devices
- Physics of Solids 1
- Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
- Plasma Physics Laboratory 1
- Quantum Information Theory
- Radioactivity

Astrophysics, Geophysics and Space Science

- Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics
- General Astrophysics 1
- Introduction to Continuum Physics
- Nuclear Relativistic Astrophysics 1
- Physics of the Hydrosphere and the Cryosphere
- Radio Astronomy 1
- Atmospheric Physics
- Cosmology 1
- Dynamics of Galaxies
- Extragalactic Astrophysics
- General Astrophysics 2
- Tectonophysics
- AFFINI E INTEGRATIVE
- Advanced Gravitational Physics
- Algebraic Topology
- Atomic Physics
- Biophysics
- Cosmology 2
- Data Analytics, Forward and Inverse Modeling: Geophysical and Environmental Fluid Dynamics
- Data Structures and Algorithms of Physics of Data
- Differential Geometry
- Digital Electronics
- Foundations of Energy Production
- Instrumentation Applied to Medicine
- Introduction to Astrophysics
- Introduction to General Relativity
- Machine Learning
- Many Body Theory 1
- Many Body Theory 2
- Mathematical Methods in Physics: Differential Equations 1
- Mathematical Methods in Physics: Geometry and Group Theory 1
- Mathematical Methods in Physics: Geometry and Group Theory 2
- Methods of Data Analysis
- Nuclear Relativistic Astrophysics 2
- Particle Physics Laboratory 1
- Perturbation Theory of Hamiltonian Systems
- Physics Laboratory of Climatology and Atmospheric Physics
- Probability and Statistics
- Quantum Computing
- Quantum Field Theory 2
- Simulation of Condensed Matter and Biosystems
- Statistical Mechanics 1
- Statistical Quantum Field Theory 1
- Theory of Fundamental Interactions 2
- Theory of Quantum Open Systems
- Thin Film and Nanostructures Characterization
- Computational Physics Laboratory
- Condensed Matter Physics Laboratory 2
- Deep Learning with Applications
- Dynamical Systems 1
- Earth Physics Laboratory
- Environmental Physics Laboratory
- Foundations in Electron Microscopy (EM) and Its Related Spectroscopies
- Foundations of Physics
- Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
- Geometry 2
- Gravity and Superstrings 1
- Gravity and Superstrings 2
- Health Physics Laboratory
- Introduction to Health and Medical Physics
- Laboratory of Data Modelling
- Laboratory of Space Instrumentation (1)
- Liquid-State and Soft-Matter Physics
- Mathematical Analysis 4
- Nanoparticle Physics
- Nonlinear Optics and Quantum Photonics
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Techniques: Physics Principles and Applications
- Numerical Simulation Laboratory
- Numerical Tecniques for Photorealistic Image Generation
- Particle Detectors Laboratory Instrumentation
- Phenomenology of the Standard Model of Particle Physics
- Physics of Medical Imaging
- Quantum Field Theory 1
- Quantum Walks
- Radiative Processes in Astrophysics
- Radio Astronomy 2
- Statistical Physics of Complex Systems
- Statistical Quantum Field Theory 2
- Stochastic Processes
- Theory of Fundamental Interactions 1

## Program Outcome

More specifically, the programme is designed with the following objectives:

- Provide a solid knowledge base regarding the experimental-applicative domain, the theory and fundamentals of physics, microphysics, structure of matter, astrophysics/geophysics/space science
- Prepare graduates who are flexible and have a strong aptitude for problem-solving
- Prepare graduates who are able to describe natural phenomena in a strictly scientific manner, with a mathematical and statistical approach, as well as to work with a high degree of autonomy, taking on responsibilities for projects, even in a managerial and directive capacity
- Provide tools for scientific communication and dissemination at a high level
- Provide graduates with a solid knowledge of the contents and methodologies required for teaching

## Program Tuition Fee

## Career Opportunities

Graduates will typically practice their profession in industry and in public and private bodies in structures such as:

- Research centers and laboratories
- Hospitals and healthcare facilities that use techniques for diagnostics, therapy and radiation protection
- Astronomical observatories
- Museums and other centers dedicated to scientific dissemination
- Banks and insurance companies
- Structures dedicated to the development of mathematical-statistical models of phenomena
- Structures dedicated to the use and development of complex systems and instrumentation
- Structures active in the restoration of artistic assets and in the protection of environmental assets
- Power plants (including e.g. nuclear power plants)
- Structures for data acquisition and processing

Graduates who have a sufficient number of credits in appropriate groups of sectors will be able, as required by current legislation, to participate in the admission tests for training courses for secondary teaching.

Graduates interested in opportunities that require further training will continue their studies in research doctorates or specialization schools.