The teaching period of the next academic year will start in September and will end in June. A personal academic advisor will assist to each student in the choice of courses and in ensuring that the program can be finished successfully within one year.
Credits required to complete the Master’s program
Students are required to complete the individualized one-year program with 60 ECTS credits to be granted a Master’s degree in Nanoscience (MSc). See the link ’Program’ below for the full listing of courses.
Students can apply for Credit Transfer from other courses followed in the past. Credit transfer applications have to include all necessary information about the courses. The application form is available here in PDF format and here in MSWord format.
|Experimental techniques I: structural characterization||3|
|Experimental techniques II: spectroscopies||3|
|From nanoscience to nanotechnology||3|
|Fundamentals of nanoscale characterization||3|
|Low dimensional systems and nanostructures||3|
|Modelling and molecular dynamics simulations at the nanoscale||3|
|Soft matter and nanostructured materials||3|
|Advanced nano-scale characterization techniques (Electron energy
loss spectroscopy in electron microscopy)
|Advanced theoretical methods in nanoscience||3|
|Advanced topics in nanomaterials (Nanophotonics)||3|
|Dynamics of complex materials (Molecular motions in glass-forming systems)||3|
|Fundamentals of quantum mechanics||3|
|Fundamentals of solid state physics||3|
|Introduction to material science||3|
|Introduction to scientific research||9|
|Mathematical methods for nanoscience||3|
|Nanoscience: a historical perspective||3|
|Nanotechnology-oriented research activities||3|
Additional information on the Program features and on the enrollment process can be obtained in the web of the Basque Country University UPV/EHU. Please check this page for a summary of the Master’s Program.