The Master degree programme in Physics imparts enhanced mathematical and scientific knowledge together with an overview of interrelations within physics as well as expertise in a field of specialization that connects to current international research, so that complex physical problems can be analyzed, formulated and to a large extent solved by scientific means. In particular, it provides the ability to familiarize oneself with new specialist subfields of physics, to review the pertinent current international scientific literature, to independently design, carry out and interpret experiments or alternatively to utilize models and simulations based on theoretical principles in order to solve physical problems.
This schedule is a suggested timetable without German classes for the Winter Term 2022/23 (October 22 - March 23). Please note two things:
1) The Advanced Seminar can be partly in German, since every student has to present a topic. You can choose if you present in German or English, so you do not have to worry about the German presentations.
2) This is just a suggestion, especially in the area of experimental physics, you have some options (like the Laboraty Course).
3) There is the possibility to choose the specialisation Ion Beam Analysis, which is a compact course of two weeks after the lecture time.