The program aims to:

  • train students in advanced, specialized and modern subjects (i) in Theoretical, Computational Physics and Astrophysics, and (ii) in Physics and Technology of Materials and Photonics, with emphasis on 1) Theoretical Physics, the mathematical modelling of problems and on the computational physics, 2) innovative materials and devices; and (3) laser physics and physics of radiation-matter interactions.
  • familiarize with modern technologies, promote scientific excellence and research, cultivation and development of leadership capabilities,
  • broaden and promote theoretical and applied knowledge to the subjects of the curriculum of the postgraduate course,
  • develop scientists able to continue in Doctoral studies in relevant scientific fields,
  • develop executive staff with a strong theoretical background and enhanced skills in the subjects of the curriculum, capable to face the challenges of the now days market,
  • supply students with knowledge and research tools enabling them to work as professional executives in positions with increased responsibility in the private sector or even in central government and regional or local government.

The curriculum of the Postgraduate Studies in “Advanced studies in Physics” leads to a Diploma in the following specializations:

  • Theoretical, Computational Physics and Astrophysics
  • Physics and Technology of Materials - Photonics

Duration of studies
The time for awarding the Diploma of Postgraduate Studies is three (3) semesters.

Number of students
The total number of students admitted per year in the two specializations cannot exceed thirty (30).

There are no fees required for Postgraduate Studies in “Advanced studies in Physics”. The cost is covered partially by the Hellenic State and partially by the competitive research grants of the faculty members of the program.




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