This Master’s program is completely taught in English and it lasts 2 years with a total of 120 ECTS credits earned. This program has only one intake (October).
The Physics Division of the School of Science and Technology is characterized by experimental and/or theoretical in the following areas: optics and quantum information, physics of many-body systems, superconductivity and superfluidity, surface physics, physics of disordered systems, statistical physics and complex systems, nuclear physics, study and characterization of new materials with applications in the photovoltaic and alternative and renewable energy sources. The Master Degree concludes with a thesis involving original contributions from the student with an average duration of about 9 months. This degree gives access to higher-level job positions and it is a prerequisite for any further studies and researches.
Documents to be provided for pre-evaluation:
Bachelor Degree in a relevant field of study (good knowledge and understanding of Classical physics; Quantum physics; Mathematical analysis; Geometry and linear algebra; Basic experimental techniques; Use of basic computing systems and their application to data acquisition and processing) (in English or Italian, any format).
Curriculum Vitae (in English or Italian, any format).
English proficiency certificate for the non-English mother tongue. Minimum requirements: CEF B2; IELTS 6.5.
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