Physics (Applied and Engineering Physics)Technical University of Munich
About this program
Physics (Applied and Engineering Physics)
The Master's degree program in Physics (Applied and Engineering Physics) is a two-year international graduate program, designed to give students an insight into current research trends and new developments in modern physics.
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What does this program cover?
The Master’s degree program gives an insight into current research trends in modern applied physics. Possible areas for specialization within the Master's program are:
- Appliedsolidstatephysics - including topics such as magnetism, semiconductor physics,applied superconductivity, spin electronics
- Energy sciences - including topics such as fuel cells, energy conversion, reactor physics and nuclear technology, nonlinear dynamics and complex systems, renewable energy.
- Experimentaltechniquesandnumericalmethods - including topics such as physics with neutrons, modern x-ray physics, advanced materials analysis with synchroton radiation, magnetic measurement methods.
- High energy physics - including topics such as particle detectors, particle physics with highest energy particle colliders, computational physics, data analysis and Monte Carlo methods.
- Medicalengineering - including topics such as image processing in physics, biomedical physics.
- Nanosciences - including topics such as nanosystems, nanomaterials, nanostructured soft materials, surface and nanoscale science.
- Plasma physics - including topics such as plasma physics, fusion research, kinetic plasma physics, magneto hydrodynamics, turbulence in neutral fluids and plasmas.
- Soft matter science - including topics such as polymer physics, nanostructured soft materials.
- Science of light - including topics such as quantum optics, ultrafast physics and attosecond science, various light sources from infrared to X-rays, optoelectronics, ultra cold quantum gases.
About this institute
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of Europe’s top universities. Ever since its founding in 1868, the university has been at the forefront of innovation. It is committed to excellence in research and teaching, interdisciplinary education and the active...
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