Physics for Instrumentation and Technology
The curriculum in Instrumentation and Technology aims at connecting the most advanced physics courses with modern technologies’ applications, clearing the way for both unique opportunities and science and technologies’ experiences.
The Curriculum will give the competences to allow students to deal with physics technologies and innovations such as: modern detectors, which are at the basis of several physics-based industrial and business sectors; Modern diagnostic techniques such as PET, CT, based on radiation and nuclear physics technologies.
Innovative materials that are the forefront of high-tech application and their application is emergent in the public and private sectors. Neutron Sciences with applications and extensive collaborations with international Large Scale.
Facilities such as ISIS at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK) and European Spallation Source. This Curriculum is designed in collaboration with research institutions in the Tor Vergata area, such as INFN, CNR, ENEA, ASI, and several classes are taught by researchers from these institutions.
Open with curriculum evaluation.
Scholarships & funding
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University of Rome - Tor Vergata
The University of Rome Tor Vergata was founded in 1982. It is a public university, ranked among the world’s Top 100 less-than-50-year old Universities by both QS and Times Higher Education. Tor Vergata hosts six schools: Economics Law Engineering Humanities...
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