About the Course
Starting from the XXXI cycle
the Graduate Program is operated under the agreement with the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare.
Graduate students in physics are actively engaged in research at the forefront of both fundamental and applied physics. The students can choose to work in the following research areas:
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Medical Physics and Bio-physics
- Nuclear and sub-nuclear Physics
- Theoretical Physics
The goal of the Graduate Course is to train flexible professionals who can find a job easily in various fields, including (and primarily) that of scientific research.
Besides being individually trained in a specific research field, the students attend institutional curricular courses as well as courses focused on the topic of their doctoral theses. They will also attend at least two national or international schools. Moreover, graduate students are encouraged to attend national and international conferences in order to present the results of their research.
A list of available research topics can be found in the links above.