Master's degree in applied physics specializing in nano
Short track for graduates of the Department of Electrical Engineering (587)
The track is intended for graduates of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering with a specialization in micro / optoelectronics at the university. The track is shortened relative to the standard nano-program in applied physics, since some of the courses
in the original program are included in the four-year undergraduate curriculum. Total reference: 24.
Compulsory nano courses:
Drug delivery systems (64761) - 2 credits
Physical Chemistry of Nanomaterials (69674) - 4 credits
Characterization of Materials (83517) - 3 credits
Please note: Students who have taken the course 83882 Physics of MLM Devices will take Course 1 instead of the elective courses
Compulsory Applied Physics Courses:
Quantum Theory in Applied Physics (83880) - 5 credits
· Advanced Optoelectronics (83910) - 5 credits.
Physics of MLM devices (83882) - 5 credits.
Departmental Colloquium (83899) - 0 credits
Total required points - 14 credits.
Total selection points - 10 credits (as in the regular nano program).
Total points - 24 credits.