The Department of Quantum Matter Physics offers several PhD positions each year, with the opportunity to work on innovative research subjects in a convivial atmosphere, in close collaboration with internationally renowned and highly accessible faculty and staff.
To be admitted to the doctoral program of the Physics Section, you must have a Master degree in physics from a university adhering to the European studies system (Bologna system), or hold a university degree deemed equivalent. Applications are examined by the Section’s equivalence commission.
The doctoral studies are composed of three parts:
- Theoretical courses organized by the DQMP and by the CUSO doctoral program in physics;
- Active participation to colloquia, seminars, forums, specialized schools;
- Personal research work in the group of the PhD thesis advisor.
DQMP is also awarding a PhD in crystallography.
For more information about the research subjects and open PhD positions, see the research groups.