Microtechnology and nanoscience
Are you interested in learning more about materials, components, and subsystems for the electronics of the future? Do you want to contribute to the development of tomorrow’s photonics, quantum technology, and micro-and nano-systems?
The doctoral school in microtechnology and nanoscience has the purpose to educate a licentiate or technical doctor. In the graduate school, you develop an ability to plan, conduct, and present research within the subject critically and independently. As a licentiate, you will be able to independently participate in research and development work in the area. With a Ph.D. degree, you are expected to be able to initiate and lead research in academia or in industry. After your graduation, you will be well prepared for future research challenges in microtechnology and nanoscience and you will be able to link research with relevant societal concerns. In your thesis work, you will advance the knowledge of mankind in a specific subject within the field. Read more in the study plan.
The graduate school is organised within the Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience.
Established by the First Vice President on 2005-05-17, registration number C 2005/604.
Latest revised on 2021-06-09, registration number MC2 2021-0141.
This syllabus applies to doctoral students admitted as of 2014-02-24.
Regarding older syllabus, please contact the first vice/vice head of department.
A doctoral student admitted to an older syllabus may earn a degree in accordance with this, provided that the current Appointment regulation for doctoral programmes and current Local Qualifications Framework – third cycle qualifications are followed.
Doctoral students admitted to an older syllabus of graduate school Microtechnology and Nanoscience can, however, change to the current syllabus by an application to the Deputy/Vice Head of Department. The change must be documented in the individual study plan.
The graduate school is regulated by the Appointment regulation for doctoral programmes and the Local Qualifications Framework for Chalmers University of Technology – third cycle qualifications and is described in the syllabus for the graduate school. In the event of any conflict between the documents, the Appointment regulation for doctoral programmes and the Local Qualifications Framework for Chalmers University of Technology – third cycle qualifications are governing. For the most recent version of all regulatory documents referenced in this syllabus, see Chalmers’s internal website.