The Master’s Programme in Materials Research is based on physics, chemistry, biology and medical sciences, mathematics and computer science, all taught in a cohesive, and self-contained way. All teachers use their own current research in the field in their teaching. You study for example biomaterials, nanomaterials, smart materials, polymers, composites, electronics, energy generation and storage as well as green and sustainable materials.
You have a possibility to do part of your studies and/or Master’s thesis in an international collaboration. The programme works with CERN, the international fusion reactor ITER, international synchrotron light sources and x-ray free electron lasers, just to name a few. We use the latest technology to develop methods for synthesising new materials, simulating them using supercomputers as well as characterising and manipulating them using ultrasound, particle beams and different wavelengths of light.