2019 / 20
2019 / 20
Fachbereich 11 - Physik
Fachbereich 11 - Physik
- Wilhelm-Klemm-Straße 9
- 48149 Münster
- Phone: +49 251 83-33646
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Special features regarding teachingSpecial introductory courses at the beginning of the course (preparatory courses in physics and mathematics); Integrated course (experimental physics / theoretical physics) in the first four semesters; mentoring programme; small practice groups; "Computational Physics” module; Wide range of elective subjects (including interdisciplinary ones) in the bachelor’s and master's degrees; Optional bachelor’s degree with specialisation in "Scientific Instrumentation"; Research-oriented training in two mandatory elective physics subjects in the master's degree; Research-oriented laboratory practicals in the master's degree
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.uni-muenster.de/Physik/studying/interested/
Special features regarding the international orientationLarge number of exchange partners for semesters abroad in Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes in the Erasmus program; German-Spanish double degree programme Münster-Sevilla in the Master’s programme; Collaboration in international research programmes (sometimes also at international research centres) during the Master’s thesis
Common partner universities for exchangeUniversidad de Sevilla, Spanien; Université Paris Sud, Frankreich; University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Schottland; University of York, England; Lunds Universitet, Lund, Schweden; Dublin Institute of Technology, Irland; Université Nice - Sophia Antipolis, Nizza, Frankreich; Universitat de les Illes Baleare, Palma de Mallorca, Spanien; Universidade de Lisboa, Lissabon, Portugal; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spanien
Special features regarding the equipmentLaboratory fitted with state-of-the-art equipment and devices; A lot of equipment for high-resolution spectroscopy, microscopy and material analysis; Ultra-high vacuum systems; Excellent precision mechanics and electronics workshops; Access to equipment in major research institutes (CERN, DESY, John-von-Neumann-Rechenzentrum (NIC), etc.); Modern equipment for practical basic training; Very good IT infrastructure ("Morfeus-Grid" with more than 1000 CPUs, parallel-cluster "NWZPhi" and "PALMA"); Many computer workstations with scanning and printing facilities for students; campus-wide WiFi
Website with further information on research activitieswww.uni-muenster.de/Physik/Forschen/index.html
Support for foundersThe department is involved in the “Center for Nanotechnology” (CeNTech). CeNTech GmbH offers support and space for business start-ups in the field of nanophysics and nanotechnology. The WWU’s Innovation Office (AFO) supports students, alumni and academic staff with planning, developing and implementing their business ideas. It runs the Sybille Hahne Founders Academy and awards the Sybille Hahne Founders Prize every two years.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsThe department has an officer for students with disabilities to advise students when needed or help with solving problems.
Other special featuresTwo-year ‘Physics Autumn Academy’’ for pupils; ‘MExLab Physics’ for school laboratory Annual Girls’ Day; Annual Astroseminar (organised by students and doctoral students) for the general public
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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