4-year programme focused on quantum electronics, laser technology, optical spectroscopy of solids, optoelectronics, non-linear and diffraction optics, application of ion beams, computer physics, plasma physics, X-ray optics and tomography, information technologies, physics of semiconductors and dielectrics, applied photonics, X-ray and neutron diffraction, mathematical methods in crystallography, research in stress and strain fields, study of degradation processes in solids and their computer modelling, fracture mechanics, fractography and image analysis, lifetime and reliability of systems
PhD study significantly deepens the education gained during Master study in advanced and specialized disciplines. The common part of the graduate's profile entails working knowledge of some broad area of modern mathematics, physics or chemistry (e.g. advanced functional analysis, nonlinear partial differential equations, quantum optics, solid state physics, nuclear chemistry) as well as some particular field of its application (e.g. lasers, particle physics, material science, modern methods of computer science, environmental protection). This common background is further specialized in collaboration with thesis advisors towards the individual needs of the students based on the thematic areas of their doctoral theses.
|Applications start||1st November 2017|
|Applications end||22nd December 2017|
|Start of study:||1st October 2018|
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