Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät II at the Uni Halle-Wittenberg
Institut für Physik
- von-Danckelmann-Platz 3
- 06120 Halle (Saale)
- Phone: +49 345 55-25320
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Special features regarding teachingSpecialisation in Condensed Matter in theory and experiment, reflected in the Bachelor's course through optional complementary subjects, in the Master's course through a high proportion made up by an optional specialisation subject (20 CP): Surfaces and Nanostructures, Soft Matter, Photovoltaics or Materials and Functional Materials; In addition, there is medical physics as a full-time degree (BA and MA) as well as computational physics as an integral part of the bachelor's degree in physics; The physics degrees (physics (B and M), medical physics (B and M)), renewable energies and polymer materials science are ACQUINre-accredited
Special features regarding the international orientationIntegration in European and transatlantic research networks.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUni Napoli & Uni Aquila & Uni Palermo, Italien; Uni Groningen & TU Eindhoven, Niederlande; Uni Turku, Finnland; Uni Paris Orsay & Uni Grenoble, Frankreich; Kaunas Uni of Technology, Litauen; Uni del Pais Vasco & Uni Barcelona, Spanien
Special features regarding the equipmentLiquid and solid-state NMR spectroscopy centre (800, 600, 3x 400, 200 MHz and low-field NMR); Clean room (200m² Kl. 100, 410m² Kl. 10000) with high-resolution electron beam lithography, ion beam milling, multifunctional UHV cluster (PLD, organic MBE, magnetron sputtering, electron beam physical vapour deposition), laser interference lithography and other devices; positron spectroscopy using the radiation source ELBE at the Helmholtz Centre Dresden-Rossendorf. Production line for thin-film solar cells. Surface spectroscopy. Depth profiling, electron microscopy and tomography.
Other special featuresDifferent key areas, which have been specifically strengthened by the appointment policy in the last 15 years; High degree of interaction between theory and experiment; High degree of networking, which is evidenced by two Collaborative Research Centres and the National Network of Nanostructured Materials; Very intensive cooperation with Max Planck and Fraunhofer Institutes on site and with the local photovoltaic industry; The institute has recently renovated buildings, good infrastructure and modern facilities as well as a large clean room; Very favourable professors/students ratio
Further information on research activitieswww.physik.uni-halle.de/forschung
Further information about study entry phasehttps://studieninfo.physik.uni-halle.de/
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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