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Are you ready to face future challenges? The new Physics Master'​s program offers a progressive platform in theoretical, computational and experimental physics. ​​​​
​Illustration: Alfred Anwander/Wikimedia Commons​

A new master's programme in Physics to face the unknown

​How do you face and solve unknown challenges in the future? One way of developing such skills is to study physics at a Master's level at Chalmers. This autumn a new master’s programme in physics will start. It will focus on creative thinking, critical evaluation and problem solving/engineering skills. 
“The students will learn how to identify relevant experimental and theoretical methods and how to apply these to problem solving across a wide range of disciplines or multi-disciplinary fields,” says Anders Hellman, Director of the Master's Programme and Professor at the Department of Physics at Chalmers.

The new programme offers a progressive platform in theoretical, computational and experimental physics. Particular emphasis is placed on astronomy, biological physics, high-energy physics and material science. 
The new programme will replace the two master’s programmes Applied Physics and Physics and Astronomy.


Published: Fri 15 Mar 2019.