This master program is consecutive and regularly based on the Bachelor degree in Technical Physics or related scientific or engineering degrees. Transfer from existing diploma degrees is possible.
Candidates are expected to possess an excellent knowledge of Physics and expertise in Mathematics and Chemistry. Familiarity with the framework of scientific and working methods of physicists is required, with those of engineers is strongly suggested. Based upon this expertise, the Master degree in Technical Physics provides a close connection between teaching and research in the groups of the Institute of Physics and in related engineering departments.
Applied and Experimental Physics (e.g. Applied nuclear physics, energy physics, laser physics, solid state physics, nanostructure physics)
Theoretical Physics, Numerics, Simulation (e.g. Solid-state theory, soft matter and phase transitions, Monte Carlo simulation, software packages of computer-assisted physics)
Study complexes (see study complexes and detailled overview)
Advanced laboratory courses
Supplementary courses and soft skills (e.g. Selection from the engineering science master's course (compulsory), introduction to the law, public law, literature and patent research, physics in industry)
Introductory project to master thesis