Master's Programme Physics Specializations

These specializations can be deepened by a wide range of elective offers. The study program is concluded with a master's thesis, a research paper in a relevant field of physics mentioned, which is included in one of the approx. 30 working groups.

 

Quantum Sciences

Quantum Sciences

Quantum sciences comprise modern topics based on recent breakthroughs in quantum physics and represent a major research area in the 21st century.

 

Quantum Engineering

Quantum Engineering

Quantum engineering exploits the features of quantum physics to generate technical solutions surpassing the capabilities of classical technologies.

 

Ion- and Applied Physics

Ion- and Applied Physics

Ion physics and applied physics focuses on atomic, molecular and cluster ions in the gas phase and their applications in atmospheric physics and chemistry, chemical analytics and molecular spectroscopy.

 

Many-Body Physics

Many-Body Physics

Many-body theory aims at the description of collective phenomena of a large number of interacting particles combining methods of statistical physics, condensed matter physics, and complex systems.

Computational Physics

Computational Physics

The Master’s program branch on Computational Physics provides students with the methodology to handle physical problems that are preferably approached using numerical methods.

 

Astro- & Particle Physics

Astro- and Particle Physics

Astro- and particle physics aim at an understanding of physics at the largest and smallest scales. In this branch of the Master's program we address the physics of the cosmos and its constituents, ranging from (exo-)planets, stars, the interstellar medium, galaxies to the large-scale structure.

 


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