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ProLehre Lernkompetenzförderung für Studierende
- Donnerstag, 23.05.2013, 17:00
Colloquium on Solid State Physics
- Montag, 27.05.2013, 17:00
Munich Physics Colloquium:
"Current topics in ultrafast spectroscopy" - Festsymposium für Prof. Alfred Laubereau
- Mittwoch, 29.05.2013, 14:00
Lecture Series "Introduction to Current Aspects of Scientific Research":
Geschrumpfte Mikrowellen in Zwergmagneten – Nanomagnetismus-Forschung bei E10
- Montag, 03.06.2013, 17:15
Munich Physics Colloquium:
Deconstructing the electron: Quantum physics in one dimension
Master's degree at the Physics Department
The TU München offers four Master courses in Physics according to the research foci of the Physics Department:
- Master of Science in Physics (Condensed Matter Physics) (Physik der Kondensierten Materie, taught in German)
- Master of Science in Physics (Nuclear, Particle and Astrophysics) (Kern-, Teilchen- und Astrophysik, taught in German)
- Master of Science in Physics (Biophysics) (Biophysik, taught in German)
- Master of Science in Physics (Applied and Engineering Physics) (taught in English)
All four courses cover the complete scientific sprectrum of the Physics Department. Students choose at the beginning the focus of their studies and the field of their Master thesis, which is carried out within one of the research groups in Campus Garching.
All courses built on the Bachelor's degree in Physics.
Application and admission
Application is based on an online procedure and it is possible for both winter and summer semester, although starting in the winter semester is recommended.
The application deadline for the winter semester is May 31st, while for the summer semester is December 31st.
You can find further information on the procedure and the admission requirements in the application section.
The Master courses are divided into two parts, the advanced studies (first year) and the research phase (second year).
The key element of the first year is the special courses catalogue. The courses of this catalogue represent the scientific profile of TUM's Physics Department and introduce students to the state-of-the-art in physics.
The second year, the research phase, forms one integral unit, being the brand mark of our physics studies. Students work independently on a current problem in modern physics within one of our research groups and attain the practical expertise a physicist requires.
The detailed study plan is drawn in the curriculum section.