From scientific research and the fundamental sciences to engineering: A multidisciplinary programme at the heart of technological innovation
The Master of Science in Engineering Physics allows students with a strong interest in both the fundamental sciences and engineering to pursue a programme at the intersection of science and technology. It is a multidisciplinary programme with a broad scope that spans scientific research, fundamental and applied physics, and engineering.
The Master of Science in Engineering Physics is composed of courses grouped in three main areas: applied physics (specifically, electronics and materials, fluids, and solids), mathematical and numerical methods (including high-performance scientific computing), and experimental methods. The programme involves two integrated projects, the first one focusing on physics-based modelling and scientific computing, and the second one leading students to design and carry out an original experiment. The programme also involves a master's thesis, which can be prepared in a research group at the university, in a research centre, or in industry.
The Master of Science in Engineering Physics allows students to acquire a multidisciplinary profile combined with a specialisation in a more specific domain of engineering physics. The scope of the course programme is particularly well-suited to allow students to develop a specialisation in the domain of electronics and materials at microscopic and nanoscopic scales, in the domains of fluids or solids, or in the domain of computational physics.
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