New Study Programme Material Physics and Nanotechnologies
Two prospective study programmes BSc Applied Physics and BSc Materials and Nanotechnologies have merged into one BSc Material Physics and Nanotechnologies study programme. This creates an opportunity for the students to gain knowledge in two fields of study at once – Physics and Nanotechnologies.
The Materials Physics and Nanotechnology programme is designed for students who have an interest in and an aptitude for both technological sciences and physics. This is a unique bidirectional undergraduate study programme in English. The programme provides students with a fundamental knowledge of physics, an understanding of technologies, technological design, together with problem-solving skills, and is aimed to address the needs of students seeking innovative careers in today’s technological age.
ACQUIRE UNDERSTANDING OF FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS
Thermodinamics and Statistical Physics
Solid State Physics
Nuclear and Particle Physics
MATERIAL FEATURES AND DESIGN
Physics of Materials
Polymer Materials and Technologies
Fundamentals of Electronics
Magnetic Materials and Spintronics
NANOTECHNOLOGIES AND FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS
Nanostructures and Nanomaterials
Phenomena of Modern Optics and Nanophotonics
Micro- and Nanotechnologies
Functional Materials and Nanotechnologies
PERFORMANCE OF EXPERIMENTS AND ANALYSIS OF RESULTS
Fundamentals of Objects Programming
Computer-aided Design 1
Theory of Probability and Statistics
“Currently the market provides various materials, distinguished by certain physical, chemical, electric or optical characteristics. Creation of a product raises many challenges, related to the appropriate choice of materials for achievement of the desired result and insurance of competitiveness of the final product. Those challenges can be met most effectively by the graduates of the studies of Materials Science, who contribute to the increase of company’s efficiency and product’s added value.” – Vytautas Narbutas, director of UAB “Elintos matavimo sistemos”.
“University provides wide possibilities for scientific self-expression, which motivates a consistent pursuit of a career. The world constantly presents new challenges, which can be met only by creation of innovative materials, distinguished by new characteristics. Today I can say that it was a right choice and the knowledge, acquired during studies, is very useful at work, which requires constant learning.” – Tomas Tamulevičius, Junior Researcher at KTU Institute of Materials Science.
14 Jun 2017