The student must be graduate (Bachelor or Degree) in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Engineering (in one of the following designations: Aeronautical / Aerospace, Civil and Land, Materials, roads, canals and ports, Industrial / Industrial Technologies, Energy, Chemical, Maritime, Naval and Ocean, Telecommunication or Geomatics and Surveying) or equivalent degrees from foreign universities.
The main objectives of the Master Program are to provide academic training specializing in Theoretical Physics, and an introduction into research. This Master naturally leads to PhD studies. The training received during the Master is equivalent to that of the most demanding European schools, and is similar to that obtained in the postgraduate programs of prestigious North American universities. The skills acquired upon completion of the Master are valuable in competing for jobs of a diverse nature, both in the academic or scientific domain and in applied research in such diverse fields as Economics, IT and Communication technologies, Medicine and many others.
Standard Model of Particle Physics
Quantum Field Theory
Stellar Structure and Evolution
Radiative Processes in Astrophysics
Advanced Quantum Field Theory
Open Problems in the Standard Model
Experimental Particle Physics
Quantum entanglement and information
Galaxy formation and evolution
Formation of stars and planets
Observational techniques in astrophysics
Final Master’s Thesis
- Elementary Particles and Cosmology (EPC)
- Astrophysics and Physics of the Cosmos (APC)
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