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.

For more information about the research subjects and open PhD positions, please see the research groups.

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.

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