Fakultät II Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften at the TU Berlin
Physikalische Institute, Sekr. ER 1-1
- Straße des 17. Juni 135
- 10623 Berlin
- Phone: +49 30 3142-2202
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Special features regarding teachingIntegrated degree courses with theory and experimental parts (Bachelor’s/Master’s), focus on basics and application; Wide range of specialised subjects, especially in engineering; Modern laboratory places, multimedia technology and internet-supported teaching; Intensive support for international exchange programmes; project-oriented teaching; Further training in Instrumental Analysis
Special features regarding the international orientationExtensive exchange opportunities for students and other status groups; Sfbs with Summer Schools; Various partnerships with foreign researchers and scientific institutions; International (visiting) researchers; English-language courses; (in Master of Physics); Erasmus officers; English calls for tender
Exchange universities for stay abroadsAarhus Universitet, Aarhus (DK); University of Copenhagen, Kopenhagen (DK); CentraleSupélec – Gif Campus/Supélec, Paris (F); Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Groningen (NL); Lund University, Lund (S)
Special features regarding the equipmentNanophotonics centre with clean room; Centre for electron microscopy with scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, Focused Ion Beam, microprobe and light microscopy; Lasers and displays for UV operation; Use of large computer clusters of the department; A practice telescope (20cm refractor) and CCD cameras are available for the university’s astronomy and astrophysics practicals.
Support for foundersCooperation with the Career Service of TU Berlin (cf. www.tu-berlin.de/?123030) Start-up courses within the framework of the doctoral groups in Collaborative Research Centres (SFBs)
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsCentral contact office and officer for students with disabilities and/or chronic conditions (cf. www.tu-berlin.de/?7035)
Characteristics of diversity advancementFor school students/students e.g. TU Start (http://www.tu-start.tu-berlin.de/), LabGirls (www.tu-berlin.de/?44382), “Physikerinnen-Frühstück” (breakfast event for women physicists), proScience (www.tu-berlin.de/?72218), Master’s Day, In(2)TU (www.tu-berlin.de/?164055) for refugees; for women professors the Berlin Equal Opportunity Programme; diverse central services and offerings for all status groups within the family-friendly university audit, Diversity Charter, etc. (cf. www.tu-berlin.de/?101654). An overview of the central provisions of TU Berlin under www.tu-berlin.de/?176507.
Other special featuresIn addition to the Bachelor's and Master's course in Physics, an interdisciplinary Bachelor's course "Natural Sciences in the Information Society" is offered by Faculty II - Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
Further information on research activitieswww.naturwissenschaften.tu-berlin.de/menue/forschung/
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.tu-berlin.de/?8
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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