Blaise Pascal University is opening the second year of its Master of Physics of Nanostructures to scientifically confirmed foreign students.
Advanced theoretical courses includes:
- Light-Matter Interaction in Semiconductor Nanostructures
- Physics of Advanced Nanostructures
- Physics of Photonic Crystals: Towards Nanophotonics
- Physics of Surfaces and Interfaces
- Physics of Crystal Growth
- Optical and Electronic Spectroscopy of Nanostructures
- Symmetries in Physics
- Computational Quantum Mechanics
- Dosimetry and Radioprotection
The research training will take place in a laboratory on the Clermont-Ferrand Campus, which offers all the modern facilities to conduct high level scientific research. It has been officially ranked A+ (best 10%) among other French labs.
- Students having completed four years of University studies in Physics (Master 1st year successfully finished);
- Good command of the English language.
Three best applications will have the tuition fees offered by the University and will each receive a scholarship of 2000 euros.
All interested applicants should submit following documents:
- filled registration form;
- statement of purpose;
- detailed CV (resume);
- list of University marks for the last 3 years of study and the copies of the diploma obtained (with a certified translation);
- recommendation letter from your professor (confidential, in a sealed envelope);
- recent photograph;
- copy of your passport.
All the application need to be submitted to:
Michèle CHADELAS – Université Blaise Pascal
UFR Sciences et Technologies
Laboratoire de Physique Corpusculaire de Clermont-Ferrand / CNRS
24 avenue des Landais
F-63177 AUBIERE CEDEX FRANCE
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