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“Theory for Technology”

Choose your own regular TN Masters Track but

Profile your theoretical interests and talents

- Theory plays an increasingly large role in application-oriented research, because of
- Growing knowledge of phenomena at deeper level
- Rapidly increasing power of computers and modelling
- Need for cost-saving predictive power

- ‘Netwerk Theoretische Fysica’ with over 15 staff theorists / simulators across all focus areas / tracks

/ Applied Physics

- You follow the regular courses of your chosen track
- You select optional courses of more theoretical character
- From the existing track-specific courses
- From specially developed Capita Selecta Theoretical Physics
- Including an ‘active’ and ‘interactive’ Theoretical Student Seminar

- Opportunities in all tracks and groups

/ Applies Physics

- 10 ECTS for the three TN-mandatory courses
- 10 ECTS for track courses with ‘theoretical character’ (listed on web)
- Including most track-mandatory courses
- Including 3 ECTS (preferably) from other track

- Flexible, max. 2 ECTS per Caput
- Next years:
Irreversible Statistical Physics, Theory of Liquids, Percolation and Fractals

Quantum Field Theory, Collision Theory, Theory of Phase Transitions

- You learn to actively participate with discussion and presentation
- Informal and stimulating academic atmosphere

Applied Physics

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- Contacts for information
Peter Bobbert

Herman Clercx

Servaas Kokkelmans

- See also websites
STOOR: www.phys.tue.nl/stoor

Netwerk Theoretische Fysica: www.phys.tue.nl/ntf

OITN

/ Applied Physics