Academics

 

Branch of Study: Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics (ENPP)

Graduates in the branch of Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics at the Department of Physics are specialists in a wide range of disciplines. Their skills range from  designing detectors and hardware through to simulations, data analysis, control software development and theoretical predictions. Graduates can find positions in core research in Czech and foreign institutes and laboratories, as well as in commercial research and development, the IT industry, the health industry and in other areas.

Within the framework of Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics we offer the following structured courses:

  • Bachelor Degree Program (3 years) completed with the title of Bachelor – Bc. (The program is taught in Czech only)
  • Continuing Master Degree Program (2 years) completed with the title of Ing - Eng. (The program is taught in Czech and English)
  • Doctoral Degree Program (4 years) completed with the tile of PhD. (The program is taught in Czech and English)

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Branch of Study: Mathematical Physics (MP)

The study of Mathematical Physics is focused on advanced parts of modern Mathematical Physics and Applied Mathematics. This study gives graduates guidance on how to use knowledge attained for the development of theoretical physics, in natural science and engineering practice, backed up by skills in advanced information technology.

Within Mathematical Physics we offer the following structured study:

  • Bachelor Degree Program (3 years) completed with the title of Bachelor – Bc.
  • Continuing Master Degree Program (2 years) completed with the title of Ing - Eng.
  • Doctoral Degree Program (4 years) completed with the title of PhD.

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Branch of Study: Physics and Technology of Thermonuclear Fusion (PTTF)

The study of Physics and Technology of Thermonuclear Fusion is interdisciplinary in character and includes classical and modern parts of physics, mathematics and information technology. Graduates in this branch are able to use techniques derived from physics in natural science and engineering with the aid of advanced information technology.

In Physics and Technology of Thermonuclear Fusion we offer the following structured study:

  • Bachelor Degree Program (3 years) completed with the title of Bachelor – Bc.
  • Continuing Master Degree Program (2 years) completed with the title of Ing - Eng.

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Branch of Study: Physical Technology (PT)

Graduates in this branch are specialists working at the border where physics meets technology. The program is based on the fundamentals of mathematics and physics with a strong stress on practical training. Practical training is provided in fundamentals of physical measurements and specialised laboratory work by a comprehensive course in Experimental Physics. This core is further expanded by applied physics, electronics, science of materials, metrology, basics of mechanical engineering, etc.

 In Physical Technology we offer the following courses:

  • Bachelor Degree program (3 years) completed with the title of Bachelor - Bc.

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