A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.
A PhD in Chemistry will give you profound understanding of interdisciplinary fields such as nanofabrication, bioorganic chemistry, supramolecular synthesis, environmental and atmospheric chemistry and fuel cell research. These emerging areas are grounded in the traditional disciplines of physical, organic, inorganic, analytical and theoretical chemistry.
The Ph.D. program in Applied Micro- and Nanosystems educates scientists with broad knowledge of micro- and nanosystem technologies. This becomes an increasingly important
Ph.D. in Applied Micro and Nanosystems
Micro and nanotechnology has become a very broad field, spanning everything from physics to materials science, chemistry and electronics, and more.
The Ph.D. program in Applied Micro- and Nanosystems educates scientists with broad knowledge of micro and nano system technologies. This becomes an increasingly important part of our everyday life, in all sorts of "smart systems", as for example sensors integrated into mobile phones, equipment for medical diagnosis, for monitoring the environment and for instrumentation in industrial processes.
Academically it builds on a broad range of engineering and science: Electronics, product design/engineering, material-learning, computer science and chemical processing, and basic physics. The research training ranging from design and mathematical modeling with advanced software tools, the manufacturing, and characterization of national leader clean room laboratories....
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