SEP 2010 - SEP 2013
After this Bachelor course I am able to efficiently deal with the most advanced issues of pure and applied physics (e.g., quantum physics, optics and photonics, solid-state physics, nuclear physics, physics and technology of nanostructures, physics of complex systems). I have the competences to take actively part in the development of new technological products characterized by a reduced time lag between scientific discovery and ensuing application, as well as by an ever increasing level of innovation.
- Solid scientific skills, including scientific foundations and the methodological and operational aspects of mathematics and basic sciences (physics and chemistry) as applied to engineering.
- Basic engineering skills, with reference to contents typical of information engineering (electro-technical, electronic, electromagnetic fields and measures).
- Specific expertise in the advanced and applied physics of physics engineering, regarding quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, the physics of complex systems, solid state physics, nuclear physics, and their applications to innovative materials. The relative courses are mainly in the third year to make full use of the contents and the methodological and operational tools provided by instruction in basic science and basic engineering.