Physics and astrophysics - 2019-2020
Description of the course
The main goal of the Graduate School is the development of critical thinking applied to fundamental and applied research in Physics. The experimental and theoretical activities are hosted by the Department of Science and High Technology and are well recognized at international level, with a number of collaborations with leading institutions and key scientists.
Basic Research goes together with collaborative innovation oriented activities with industry, offering Ph.D. candidates the opportunity to grow in a stimulating and challenging environment.
Frequency and teaching program
The educational activities (compulsory and optional) are defined annually by the Teaching Board.
- Amorphous solid-state physics
- Blazers & gamma-ray bursts
- Dynamical systems
- Hadron spin physics
- InsLight – Experimental quantum optics and biophysics
- Light scattering & To.Sca.Lab
- Neutron stars
- PhD Project Plan-SOXS
- Photo controlled deformable mirrors
- Quantum fields in curved spacetimes
- Quantum transport and thermodynamics
- Silicon photoMultipliers
- Soft matter physics
- Spacetime physics
- Super-massive black holes in the early universe
- Theoretical quantum optics
- Ultrafast non-linear optics