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THESSALONIKI - DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
"PHYSICS & TECHNOLOGY of MATERIALS"
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The Department of
Physics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki offers the interdisciplinary
Postgraduate Course in the "Physics & Technology of Materials". The duration
of the course is three semesters, and it leads to a Master of Science Degree.
Course graduates may continue towards a Ph.D.
The course aims to
produce scientists qualified in the interdisciplinary field of Materials Science
with emphasis in materials for advanced technological applications. Such
personnel will be suitable to cover needs of the industry, research centers, and
the academia, in Greece and the E.U. The graduates of the course have claimed
researcher and scientist posts at institutions inland and abroad, as well as in
the industrial sector. Many of them are working towards a Ph.D. In Greece as
well as in acknowledged foreign institutes and universities, while a number of
Ph.D. Graduates hold staff positions.
The course modules
cover both the core knowledge as well as advanced technologies in Materials
Science. The students are taught the interconnection between the nano-structure
of materials with properties, as well as the methods and techniques for the
growth, characterization, and selection of materials. There is extensive usage
of modern educational methods and multimedia. Attendance of classes and
practical work is obligatory. The modules are offered by staff members of the
department, as well as by invited lecturers from other universities, research
centers, and the industry. Students are given access to modern laboratories in
the Department of Physics and in collaborating institutions, as well as to a
fully updated library, computer networks, scientific software and databases.
Emphasis is placed on their interaction with the industrial sector and research
centers in Greece and abroad. Laboratory projects that are organized for
training in research methodology are considered of particular importance. In
addition, there are modules offered on technology application and management.
M.Sc. Students are
entitled to all student rights and privileges including medical insurance,
student bus ticket, access to the student restaurant and to sports facilities
etc. Additionally, student grants are awarded for academic excellence.
are Physics, Chemistry or Engineering graduates. Graduates of foreign
universities should submit the formal recognition of their degree in Greece.
Applications from graduates of other departments relevant to the cognitive
subject of the course are accepted on the basis of successful examination in
three undergraduate modules of the Department of Physics.
should submit their application to the Secretariat of the Department of Physics
in the period 1-29 September 2017.
For additional information please call +30 2310 998550. email:
Thessaloniki, June 2017
The Course Director
Professor Eleni Paloura