The Master’s degree program gives an insight into current research trends in modern applied physics. Possible areas for specialization within the Master's program are:
- Applied solid state physics - including topics such as magnetism, semiconductor physics,applied superconductivity, spin electronics
- Energy sciences - including topics such as fuel cells, energy conversion, reactor physics and nuclear technology, nonlinear dynamics and complex systems, renewable energy.
- Experimental techniques and numerical methods - including topics such as physics with neutrons, modern x-ray physics, advanced materials analysis with synchroton radiation, magnetic measurement methods.
- High energy physics - including topics such as particle detectors, particle physics with highest energy particle colliders, computational physics, data analysis and Monte Carlo methods.
- Medical engineering - including topics such as image processing in physics, biomedical physics.
- Nanosciences - including topics such as nanosystems, nanomaterials, nanostructured soft materials, surface and nanoscale science.
- Plasma physics - including topics such as plasma physics, fusion research, kinetic plasma physics, magneto hydrodynamics, turbulence in neutral fluids and plasmas.
- Soft matter science - including topics such as polymer physics, nanostructured soft materials.
- Science of light - including topics such as quantum optics, ultrafast physics and attosecond science, various light sources from infrared to X-rays, optoelectronics, ultra cold quantum gases.
Uddannelsen er på SU-fasttrack listen
Uddannelsen er godkendt til støtte i perioden fra 15. august 2017 til 14. august 2021. Efter denne periode skal uddannelsen igen vurderes for at komme på Fast Track listen.
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