Basic mathematical and physical courses are followed by special lectures and practical training familiarizing students with the practical usage of condensed matter physics, such as details and instrumentation of various method of experimental investigation of structure of solid materials, application of optical spectroscopy methods, exploitation of special properties of surfaces and thin layers, metals, semiconductors, superconductors, polymers, dielectrics and magnetic materials and their employment in the recent electronic and photonic technologies, and the application of techniques of computer simulations of structure and properties of condensed systems by methods of quantum and molecular mechanics. The skills obtained by the graduate include analysis of physical and technical problems, creative formulation of new problems to be solved and application of the solutions found in practice.
The graduate of the specialization will find occupation in all academic and industrial facilities dealing with research and development in some of the fields which creatively utilize the findings of condensed matter physics, such as microelectronics, physics of thin films and low-dimensional systems, sensorics, video-technique, photovoltaic, low temperature physics, superconductivity, applied photonics and telecommunications, in specialized analytic and development laboratories working with techniques of optical spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, electric measurements and computer simulations of materials and, of course, in laboratories of basic research. Because of the analytical and mathematical skills obtained, some of our graduates also find jobs in the sectors of corporate management and finances.
|Applications start||1st December 2016|
|Applications end||12th September 2017|
|Start of study:||1st October 2017|
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