The graduates of the Applied Physics of Ionizing Radiation specialization will gain a broad knowledge of advanced disciplines of nuclear physics, which, according to his/her narrower orientation, are deepened in the theory, properties and applications of ionizing radiation. The graduates will be able to use the methods and procedures of the applied nuclear physics in solving real engineering, research, and scientific problems. They will be able to work with modern modelling tools in the field of nuclear physics and nuclear engineering, with instruments of nuclear technology and sources of ionizing radiation. The graduates will be able to prepare, implement, analyse and evaluate sophisticated experiments and use nuclear analytical methods. In addition to the special skills acquired during the studies, the students' typical abilities include quick orientation in interdisciplinary issues, problem analysis, and synthesis of results. Acquired qualities also include responsibility for the work performed and the decisions made. The graduates will get the skills that will enable them to practise various professions in industry, research and development organizations, universities or public administration. They will be able to use their expertise in positions such as a designer-developer, analyst-evaluator-inspector, senior researcher or operating team leader. They will work in a wide range of industries related to nuclear energy, radioecology and the use of ionizing radiation and radionuclides. Thanks to a comprehensive theoretical and experimental nuclear education and a systematic approach to solving professional problems, they can work in professional and management positions in nuclear power plants, operational or development centres of industrial companies, scientific research institutions and public control and supervision organizations.
|Applications start||12th December 2022|
|Applications end||30th June 2023|
|Start of study:||25th September 2023|
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