Curriculum

Although postgraduate students spend most of their time working on research toward their Masters and Doctoral theses, six lecture subjects are offered for each major course (as main specialized subjects) as well as three other subjects (as semi-specialized subjects). In this way one earns at least 30 credits for Masters students and at least 10 credits for Doctoral students.

RESEARCH GROUP OF CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS Master Course Major and minor subjects
(2 credits each)
Physics of Correlated Systems
Physics of Electron Systems
Advanced Quantum Theory of Condensed Matter
Physics of Condensed Matter
Major subjects
(2 credits each)
Pure and Applied Physics under an Extreme Situation
Advanced Physics and Technology of Materials
Major subject
(10 credits)
Advanced Seminar in Condensed Matter Physics
Doctor Course (8 credits) Advanced Study in Condensed Matter Physics I
(2 credits) Advanced Study in Condensed Matter Physics II
RESEARCH GROUP OF MATERIALS PHYSICS Master Course Major and minor subjects
(2 credits each)
X-ray Diffraction by Crystals
Chemical Physics of Crystals
Phase Transformation of Crystals
Physical Properties of Molecular Systems
Major subjects
(2 credits each)
Nonlinear Dynamics
Molecular Structures
Major subject
(10 credits)
Advanced Seminar in Materials Physics
Doctor Course (8 credits) Advanced Study in Materials Physics I
(2 credits) Advanced Study in Materials Physics II
RESEARCH GROUP OF APPLIED QUANTUM OPTICS AND INFORMATION PHYSICS Master Course Major and minor subjects
(2 credits each)
Nonlinear Optics
Lightwave Technology in Sensing
Advanced Data Processing in Measurement
Laser Spectroscopy
Major subjects
(2 credits each)
Ultrafast Quantum Optics
Photonics
Major subject
(10 credits)
Advanced Seminar in Applied Quantum Optics and Information Physics
Doctor Course (8 credits) Advanced Study in Applied Quantum Optics and Information Physics I
(2 credits) Advanced Study in Applied Quantum Optics and Information Physics II
RESEARCH GROUP OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS AND ENGINEERING Master Course Major and minor subjects
(2 credits each)
Quantum Physics of Solids
Semiconductor Physics
Optical Properties of Materials
Physics of Semiconductor Superlattices
Major subjects
(2 credits each)
Phonon Physics
Amorphous Materials Science
Major subject
(10 credits)
Advanced Seminar in Solid State Physics and Engineering
Doctor Course (8 credits) Advanced Study in Solid State Physics and Engineering I
(2 credits) Advanced Study in Solid State Physics and Engineering II