PHYSICS Alumnus: Dr. Rama K. Aluru
Made in Science
PHYSICS Alumnus Dr. Rama K. Aluru was a guest on the University's podcast!
Why join PHYSICS International Master of Science?
Let our students/graduates tell you why!
Meet the PHYSICS students
International Master Of Science
PHYSICS is a two-year research oriented Master of Science program, divided into four semesters. Students attend lectures, seminars and a laboratory course during the first two semesters and concentrate on their thesis research during the 3rd and 4th semester.
The Department of Physics at the University of Stuttgart and the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research are well known for their outstanding scientific research on solid state physics, atom and quantum optics, photonics, soft matter physics, strongly correlated many-body systems, physical modelling, and numerical simulation. The elective module offers our students the chance to focus on either a specialization - or an individual combination of these experimental, computational, or theoretical topics ensuring an excellent education.
PHYSICS students join the institutes and become fully integrated in the work of one of the many the research groups at the Physics Department and the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research for their one-year master thesis projects.
PHYSICS Online Office hours
e-mail your course director and schedule a meeting via webex!
Online consultations at the International Office!
Online consultation hours:
Mondays and Wednesdays from 1.30 pm to 4 pm
Tuedays and Thursdays 10 am to 12 pm
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Applications for the Winter Semester 2023/2024 will open November 15th 2022.
The ready.study.stuttgart buddies by the International Center will assist you with your arrival and first steps in Stuttgart.
A six-week Intensive German Course offered by the International Center provides you with the basic German skills to navigate your everyday life as well as intercultural training to ensure successful adjustment to your new surroundings.