### Master in Physics

Como, Italy

DURATION

2 Years

LANGUAGES

English

PACE

Full time

APPLICATION DEADLINE

31 Jul 2024*

EARLIEST START DATE

Sep 2024

TUITION FEES

EUR 3,300 / per year **

STUDY FORMAT

On-Campus

* students can apply on university from april 2024 until the end of july 2024

** Physics: 200-3.300€ per year

### Introduction

This Master’s Degree Program is open to all students with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics and to graduates in other scientific subjects (such as Mathematics or Engineering) who wish to deepen their knowledge of fundamental or applied physics.

It aims at completing the elements acquired during the Bachelor’s course in the different areas (applied and experimental physics, fundamental and theoretical physics, microphysics) and at bringing students into contact with the different research fields.

A Master’s Degree in Physics may lead to employment in research laboratories at research centers or in high-tech companies, to entrance into finance or insurance companies, to a career as a teacher in high school; it is also the first step on a scientific career that includes a Ph.D. in Physics in Italy or abroad or a specialization in medical physics.

Three different curricula are offered: Data Science for Astrophysics, General Physics, and Medical and Experimental Physics.

The General Physics curriculum offers a choice of courses ranging from Matter Physics to Nuclear and Particle Physics, from Theoretical Physics to Optics.

### Admissions

### Scholarships and Funding

This opportunity is available to particularly deserving students enrolled in the first year of Bachelor and Master Programs.

These scholarships are granted upon participation in a specific competition. Two specific calls are published every year, one for students enrolled in the first year of Bachelor and single cycle Master programs and one for students enrolled in the first year of Master programs.

For all details concerning the amounts, the requirements, and the application procedures, please consult the Competition Notice.

Selections are normally open between July and September every year for Bachelor students and between January and March every year for Master students.

### Curriculum

With 120 credits, you have completed the required coursework for your degree program.

### Curriculum: Astrofisica

**Year 1**

- Advanced experimental and data analysis techniques in particle and nuclear physics
- Analytical and probabilistic methods in mathematical physics B
- Applied Electronics
- Artificial intelligence for astrophysical problems
- Aspects of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear security
- Attivita' a scelta
- Collective properties of condensed matter systems
- Computational astrophysics
- Computational chemical physics
- Detection and characterization of optical states laboratory
- Elementary particle phenomenology
- Elements of astrophysics
- General relativity
- Intelligent systems
- Introduction to cosmology
- Laboratory of biophysics and photopharmacology
- Laser physics
- Metamaterials
- Nanomaterials
- Nonlinear optics
- Numerical solution of PDE B
- Optical signal analysis
- Optics with Laboratory
- Quantum physics III
- Radiation and detectors
- Scripting and programming laboratory for data analysis
- Solid state physics
- Statistical physics I
- Statistical physics II
- Time-domain astrophysics

**Year 2**

- Advanced experimental and data analysis techniques in particle and nuclear physics
- Analytical and probabilistic methods in mathematical physics A
- Applied Electronics
- Artificial intelligence for astrophysical problems
- Attivita' a scelta
- Collective properties of condensed matter systems
- Computational astrophysics
- Computational chemical physics
- Curricular traineeship
- Detection and characterization of optical states laboratory
- Elementary particle phenomenology
- Elements of astrophysics
- Final defense
- General relativity
- Intelligent systems
- Introduction to cosmology
- Laboratory of biophysics and photopharmacology
- Laser physics
- Metamaterials
- Models for biological systems
- Nanomaterials
- Nonlinear optics
- Numerical solutions of PDE's A
- Optical signal analysis
- Optics with Laboratory
- Physics of complex systems
- Quantum physics III
- Radiation and detectors
- Scripting and programming laboratory for data analysis
- Solid state physics
- Statistical physics I
- Time-domain astrophysics

### Curriculum: Fisica Generale

**Year 1**

- Advanced experimental and data analysis techniques in particle and nuclear physics
- Analytical and probabilistic methods in mathematical physics B
- Applied Electronics
- Artificial intelligence for astrophysical problems
- Aspects of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear security
- Attivita' a scelta
- Basis of medical physics
- Collective properties of condensed matter systems
- Computational astrophysics
- Computational chemical physics
- Detection and characterization of optical states laboratory
- Elementary particle phenomenology
- Elements of astrophysics
- Environmental physics
- General relativity
- Geometrical methods in physics
- Intelligent systems
- Introduction to cosmology
- Laboratory of biophysics and photopharmacology
- Laser physics
- Many body physics
- Metamaterials
- Nanomaterials
- Nonlinear optics
- Numerical solution of PDE B
- Optical signal analysis
- Optics with Laboratory
- The physical basis of diagnostic imaging
- Physics of dynamical systems
- Quantum and semiclassical optics
- Quantum information theory
- Quantum physics III
- Radiation and detectors
- Scripting and programming laboratory for data analysis
- Solid state physics
- Statistical physics I
- Statistical physics II
- Time-domain astrophysics

**Year 2**

- Advanced experimental and data analysis techniques in particle and nuclear physics
- Analytical and probabilistic methods in mathematical physics A
- Applied Electronics
- Artificial intelligence for astrophysical problems
- Attivita' a scelta
- Basis of medical physics
- Collective properties of condensed matter systems
- Computational astrophysics
- Computational chemical physics
- Curricular traineeship
- Detection and characterization of optical states laboratory
- Elementary particle phenomenology
- Elements of astrophysics
- Environmental physics
- Final defense
- General relativity
- Intelligent systems
- Introduction to cosmology
- Laboratory of biophysics and photopharmacology
- Laser physics
- Many body physics
- Metamaterials
- Models for biological systems
- Nanomaterials
- Nonlinear optics
- Numerical solutions of PDE's A
- Optical signal analysis
- Optics with Laboratory
- The physical basis of diagnostic imaging
- Physics of complex systems
- Physics of dynamical systems
- Quantum and semiclassical optics
- Quantum information theory
- Quantum physics III
- Radiation and detectors
- Scripting and programming laboratory for data analysis
- Solid state physics
- Statistical physics I
- Theoretical physics
- Time-domain astrophysics

### Curriculum: Fisica Medica E Sperimentale

**Year 1**

- Advanced experimental and data analysis techniques in particle and nuclear physics
- Analytical and probabilistic methods in mathematical physics B
- Applied Electronics
- Artificial intelligence for astrophysical problems
- Aspects of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear security
- Attivita' a scelta
- Basis of medical physics
- Collective properties of condensed matter systems
- Computational astrophysics
- Computational chemical physics
- Detection and characterization of optical states laboratory
- Elementary particle phenomenology
- Elements of astrophysics
- Elements of dosimetry and radioprotection
- Environmental physics
- Intelligent systems
- Introduction to cosmology
- Laboratory of biophysics and photopharmacology
- Laser physics
- Medical physics laboratory
- Metamaterials
- Nanomaterials
- Numerical solution of PDE B
- Optical signal analysis
- Optics with Laboratory
- The physical basis of diagnostic imaging
- The physical basis of radiotherapy
- Quantum information theory
- Quantum physics III
- Radiation and detectors
- Scripting and programming laboratory for data analysis
- Statistical physics I
- Statistical physics II
- Time-domain astrophysics

**Year 2**

- Advanced experimental and data analysis techniques in particle and nuclear physics
- Analytical and probabilistic methods in mathematical physics A
- Applied Electronics
- Artificial intelligence for astrophysical problems
- Attivita' a scelta
- Basis of medical physics
- Collective properties of condensed matter systems
- Computational astrophysics
- Computational chemical physics
- Curricular traineeship
- Detection and characterization of optical states laboratory
- Elementary particle phenomenology
- Elements of astrophysics
- Elements of dosimetry and radioprotection
- Environmental physics
- Final defense
- Intelligent systems
- Introduction to cosmology
- Laboratory of biophysics and photopharmacology
- Laser physics
- Medical physics laboratory
- Metamaterials
- Models for biological systems
- Nanomaterials
- Numerical solutions of PDE's A
- Optical signal analysis
- Optics with Laboratory
- The physical basis of diagnostic imaging
- The physical basis of radiotherapy
- Physics of complex systems
- Quantum information theory
- Quantum physics III
- Radiation and detectors
- Scripting and programming laboratory for data analysis
- Statistical physics I
- Time-domain astrophysics