The Master in Materials Science and Technology is part of the European reference framework for second cycle degree courses in the area of Materials Science. The course is structured as a whole to provide the student with disciplinary insights aimed at extending and strengthening the knowledge acquired during the first cycle of studies. In particular, knowledge of the more strictly physical and chemical properties of materials, their applications in the biological field, as well as elements of engineering aspects are deepened.
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Within the Master Materials Science and Technology, the student can choose between two curricula:
1) Materials Science and Technology;
2) Photonics Materials.
Both provide for the graduation after passing exams for a total of 120 credits.
The "Materials for Photonics" curriculum is organized in collaboration with the:
"Photonik" Master of the Wildau University of Berlin, and provides for the compulsory attendance of the second semester of the first year at the German University.
The courses provided will be delivered in English. The result of this collaboration is the achievement of a double parchment:
Immediately after enrolling, students must communicate to the Secretariat of the Macro Area of Sciences the their choice of curriculum.
This choice can be changed, with the approval of the Degree Program Council (CCS), before the start of the second semester of the first year.
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Graduates can foresee teaching in the school as an occupation, once the qualification process for teaching has been completed and the competitions required by current legislation have been passed.
Here are some testimonials from "Beyond the materials. The science between our fingers. Forty stories of work and training" by Liu "M. Catena and Ivan Davoli, Springer, 2010.
Materials science makes the dream of the ancient alchemists a little: to transform what is worth little into something new and of great value (...)
Coordinator of the Physics Study Program:
Prof. Claudio Goletti
Teaching Secretariat of the Physics Study Course:
Reception hours: Monday and Friday 10.00 / 12.00 - Wednesday 14.00 / 16.00