Welcome to your Physics Studies!
The physicists at the University of Stuttgart apply themselves to both fundamental research as well as application-oriented research in the fields of solid matter state physics, atomic and quantum optics, photonics, quantum technologies, soft matter physics, strongly correlated many-body systems, physical modeling and numerical simulation. The application-oriented branches of research are active in numerous research alliances, both within the university as well as with the neighboring Fraunhofer Institute and industry. There is also a close cooperation with the two Max-Planck Institutes for physics in Stuttgart.
The scientists are involved in numerous regional, national and international cooperation projects, research alliances and special research areas throughout the department’s institutes.
The Physics Student Council offers you practical help and the possibility to network and meet future classmates during the first days of your studies. If you have any question before the start of the lectures please feel free to contact us!
The Physics Student Council offers a What'sApp group for First-Year Students. You are welcome to join!
Information for First Year Students [de]
The educational platform "ILIAS" provides further information.
First Days of the Semester
The Physics Student Council and the Mentoring Program organized some events for you to get to know each other and make your start in your studies easier. These offers are of course free of charge for all first-year students of the B.Sc. Physics and Physics Teaching Program. We are looking forward to your participation!
We start at 6 pm in Enchilada, Eberhardstraße 69-71, 70173 Stuttgart.
Participation from 18 years of age.
You can participate without registration, but we need an overview of the number of participants.
Please fill out the following form:
This pub crawl is an offer of the physics student council and is ONLY for physics students.
We invite you to the Introductory Event on Monday, October 18 at 11:30 AM. The digital event will take place via Webex.
The event will cover important details regarding the organization of the physics and physics teaching courses and will give you the opportunity to ask questions.
Please use the following link:
On Friday, 22nd of October, we offer an excursion to the trampoline hall „Sprungbude Filderstadt".
To participate, you need to be a first-year-student in physics at the University of Stuttgart.
We booked a duration of two hours and the entry will be for free.
We meet at 7 pm at the parking space of Sprungbude Filderstadt.
Your explicit registration is required!
You can use the public transport to the Bus station „Driefbrunnen“ in Filderstadt. From there you walk 10 minutes to the parking space of the trampoline hall.
Alternatively you can take the car (sufficient parking bases provided).
You have to bring your own food and drinks.
The dressing rooms are currently closed. We ask you to already wear your sports clothes.
Alcohol and other intoxicants are strictly forbidden.
You can participate the event via the following link:
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Further Contacts and Information
Advisors at the Student Counseling Center and the ‘Study-Pilot’ are happy to answer any question you might have about your studies!
- Student Council
The Physics Student Council is the representative group of all students at the Department of Physics in the committees of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics. The Student Body Room is open to all students and is located on the ground floor of the Lecture Halls at Pfaffenwaldring 57.
- Stay Up to Date – Subscribe to the Mailing Lists
Subscribe to the Mailing List of your study program to stay up to date on all current events and developments!
- Physics Mentoring Program
We, a Team of Professors, PhD Candidates and Upper-Level Students, invite all First-Year Students of the B.Sc.- and Teaching Program to join our Mentoring Program! Let us guide you through the obstacles of the beginning of your studies!
- General Information
If you have questions about the Semester Ticket, Housing or Health Insurance, please visit the University’s Main Page.