M.Sc. (Physics)(Particle Physics)

University of Hyderabad
In Hyderabad

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Typology Master
Location Hyderabad
  • Master
  • Hyderabad


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The Dean, School of Physics, University of Hyderabad, 500046, Andhra Pradesh, India
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The Dean, School of Physics, University of Hyderabad, 500046, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Course programme

The School of Physics has developed high quality study programs at the M.Sc., M. Tech. and M.Phil levels with a student-teacher ratio highly favourable towards providing individual attention. The School has vigorous ongoing research programmes in many areas to train Ph.D. scholars and has achieved national and international recognition in the areas of Condensed Matter Physics, High Energy physics, Laser Physics, Material Science, Quantum Optics and Solid State Physics. The School has been selected by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to strengthen its teaching and research programmes through the Special Assistance Programme (SAP-CAS) and COSIST; the Department of Science and Technology (DST) has provided support under the FIST program. The school is also one of the nine National Centers of Theoretical Physics Seminar Circuit (TPSC) supported by the DST.

M.Sc. (Physics)(Particle Physics)

The curricula strongly focus on fundamental course work including Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics (2 courses), Mathematical Methods in Physics (2 courses), Nuclear Physics, Special Relativity and Electromagnetism, Electrodynamics, Statistical Mechanics, Computational Methods besides laboratory courses in Electronics, Solid State Physics, Digital Electronics, Lasers and Optics, Microwave, Modern Physics and Nuclear Physics. At the specialisation level, the courses offered are: Solid State Physics, Particle Physics and Quantum Optics together with certain unique courses like magnetic phenomena, phase transitions, field theoretic techniques, advanced statistical mechanics, non-linear physics, optical cooling, general relativity and experimental probes in optics and condensed matter physics.

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