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University of Milan PhD in Physics, Astrophysics and Applied Physics
University of Milan

PhD in Physics, Astrophysics and Applied Physics

3 Years

English

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Oct 2024

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The programme provides advanced research training in a wide range of areas correlated with the field of study. The goal is to achieve the ability to independently perform original research, documented in a thesis and usually published in international journals. The training includes participation in international training schools, student workshops and day-to-day research activities.

The doctoral program in Physics, Astrophysics and Applied Physics provides advanced research training in a wide range of areas of experimental, theoretical and applied physics, including astrophysics, cosmology, astroparticle physics, condensed matter, quantum optics, nuclear physics, particle physics, plasma physics, theoretical physics, nanotechnology, quantum Information, accelerator physics, biophysics, electronics, environmental physics and medical physics. Its diversity reflects the landscape of the physics research groups at Milan University, within which the students are embedded. The goal is to achieve the ability to independently perform original research and to produce original research results, documented in a thesis and usually published in international journals. The training to achieve this goal includes graduate-level courses offered by the PhD school, participation in international training schools, student workshops and, most importantly, day-to-day research activities, under the supervision of a thesis advisor, usually within a research group or a project. The official language of the program is English.

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