A track within MSc Applied Physics

Mastertrack Plasma Physics and Radiation Technology (PLASMA)

ECTS points
120
Education type
Master program
Duration
Two years
Language
English
Degree
Master of Science

Plasma science delivers a fundamental understanding of the behavior of plasmas and is of immense industrial and societal relevance. Plasma technology has a wide range of application areas. It can be used as a light source, as a deposition technology for solar cells, as a particle accelerator for medical research, and so on. The sustainable world of tomorrow would be unthinkable without scientific progress in plasma science and technology.  

Skills that will be developed 

  • fundamental understanding of plasma physics principles 
  • experience with state-of-the-art experimental techniques and advanced computational modelling 
  • ability to develop functional applications 
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