galvenā lapa MSc(Eng) Physics and Technology
University of Southern Denmark
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The master programme in Physics and Technology is aimed at students who want to create the technologies of the future – as researchers or developers.
The gap between research and the implementation of new products, methods and technologies is getting increasingly smaller. Therefore, cutting edge technology companies need engineers who can combine scientific skills in optics, acoustics, nanotechnology, modern physics and mathematics with engineering skills in signal processing and sensor technology.
Would you like to work in a field where theory is translated into new practical applications such as in the development of sensors in which light is intensified a billion times using metallic nanostructures. Or in optimising exhaust boxes or concert halls by modelling and simulation of sound fields, or in manufacturing nanostructured materials with entirely new characteristics.
All the above are real examples illustrating the interdisciplinary projects which you as a Physics and Technology graduate could work on.
Depending on your academic profile you will gain knowledge in areas of technology, classical physics, optics and acoustics as well as in areas of modern physics such as quantum mechanics and in materials physics and nanophysics.
During the master programme you choose to specialise in:
• Acoustics and Signal Processing
• Optics, Sensors and Nanotechnology
Generally speaking, with a master degree in Physics and Technology you are qualified for jobs related to acoustics and optics.
As a specialist in acoustics you will, for example, be qualified to work in the loudspeaker industry with companies such as Bang & Olufsen, Vifa, Harman, Dynaudio, Peerless and Jamo or in the hearing aids industry.
An academic profile in optics means good job opportunities in high-technology companies where you can work in optical communication such as the internet and optical amplifiers; in optical storage of huge amounts of data, and in optical measurements in micro electronics, nanotechnology, holography, chemistry, environmental engineering, biotechnology, and in medical science.
With a master degree in Physics and Technology you can also work at consulting engineering companies or as a consultant.