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    Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Physics

    Master of Science (MSc) Programme in Physics


    Class: LM-17 – Physics

    Duration: 2 years - 120 ECTS credits

    President of the degree course: Prof. Eugenio Lippiello (elected with DR n of 12/14/2021)


    The Master of Science (MSc) Programme in Physics at the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” offers the opportunity to very able graduates to deepen their knowledge of physics. The course, entirely delivered in English, is strongly connected to the research activities performed at the Department of Mathematics and Physics.

    For the admission, bachelor degree in physics or related field (mathematics, chemistry or engineering disciplines,..) is required, provided that students have a sufficiently strong physics and mathematics background.

    The first year of the program is dedicated to consolidating fundamental knowledge in physics while exploring various areas of modern physics in depth. In the second year, the focus shifts predominantly to the master's thesis, allowing students to specialize in one of the several fields of advanced physics research. These fields encompass a broad range, from sub-nuclear physics to complex systems physics, including optics, environmental physics, and their applications in diverse disciplines such as biomedical science, aerospace, climatology, cultural heritage, and quantum computing. For a comprehensive list of available master thesis options, students can refer to this hyperlink.

    To enhance the program's objectives, the MSc Teaching Board has established inter-institutional agreements with several European universities, such as the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun (PL), and the University of Lisbon (PT). This provides students with the opportunity to study abroad, preferably during the third semester, at one of the partner universities in Europe.

    At the conclusion of the Programme, MSc graduates will possess a comprehensive and robust understanding of modern physics, encompassing theoretical and experimental aspects. They will gain skills to manage complex experimental setups and become familiar with the latest technologies. Alternatively, they will develop proficiency in working with physical models, in conjunction with mathematical and numerical tools, to effectively describe a broad range of physical and interdisciplinary phenomena.

    The MSc Teaching Board actively pursues study grants to provide financial support to exceptionally deserving students.

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