PhD in Physics

Length: 3 years
Limited Positions
Via della Ricerca Scientifica, 1 00133 Roma

The PhD in Physics programme at the Physics Department of the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" is divided into the following curricula:

  • High energy physics,nuclear physics and fundamental interaction theory.
  • Condensed matter physics (solid systems, liquids, soft, disordered) Computational physics and physics of complex systems.Astrophysics and physics of space.
  • Science of materials, nanoscience and applied physics.

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The first year is dedicated to training courses on specific topics. Students are free to choose training courses for national courses and national training courses provided by research agencies.
Each student should provide a detailed program which is evaluated by the doctoral committee.

The second and third years are devoted to research under the supervision of a scientific manager (a tutor) designated for each student. At the end of the second year, each student presents the results and / or scientific activities and possible future outcomes in a formal seminar.

At the end of the third year, the doctoral thesis is discussed in front of the doctoral committee. After approval, the theses are evaluated by two national and / or international referees, as well as by scientific supervisors.

The final examination is conducted before a jury appointed by the Rector of the University.

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PhD Coordinator:
Prof. Roberto Benzi

Secretariat:
Maurizio Marziali

Doctoral Teaching Board:

Full Professors: ​​ 

M. Bianchi, L. Biferale, L. Cerrito, A. Di Ciaccio, 

Associate Professors :

Camarri, P. Castrucci, A. D'Angelo, R. Frezzotti, Messi, M. Palummo, O. Pulci, E. Santovetti, Sbragaglia, R. Senesi, R. Sparvoli, G. Stefanucci

Researchers: 

A. Cianchi, U. De Sanctis

Researchers from INFN e INAF: 

D. Babusci, M. Casolino, F. Fucito, A. Morselli, A. Salamon, M. Tavani

The notice of the 36th cycle call - A.A. 2020/2021 - was published in the Official Journal on February 18, 2020.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION:
April 30, 2020 h. 16.00 ** POSTPONED TO 15th July **

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