The curriculum is based on common studies of physics, mathematics and chemistry. The fundamentals of the specialized studies are courses in atomic and subatomic physics which exploit the courses in theoretical and quantum physics. The basic course is followed by courses in the theory of atomic nuclei, neutron physics, atomic and nuclear spectroscopy, electronics for physicists, experimental methods of nuclear and subnuclear physics. The studies also include a two semester practicum in atomic and nuclear physics. Emphasis is put on experimental data acquisition methods, their processing using computer methods and the physical interpretation of the results obtained and possible practical aspects of the methods obtained. The education puts emphasis on individual work in laboratories. Students are closely linked to scientific research programmes and are integrated into modern research teams. The work is carried out in collaboration with institutions outside the technical university (Academy of sciences, MFF UK, CERN, BNL Brookhaven, FNAL Chicago, GSI Darmstadt etc,).
Graduates in the specialization acquire the qualification of a physicist-researcher with a broad range of possible positions in research (fundamental, applied, strategic) and development. Graduates can solve physics problems using the latest methods in experimental physics. The study offers a complete education in physics chemistry and mathematics which allows graduates to solve new interdisciplinary problems of natural science.
|Applications start||1st December 2016|
|Applications end||22nd September 2017|
|Start of study:||1st October 2018|
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