Courses that both broaden and deepen the knowledge and skills of the student are part of the post-graduate studies. Different specializations have different course amount demands, which are specified in the respective study plans. The courses may be chosen individually by each graduate student together with the supervisors according to the background and research direction of the student.
In addition to courses within our own scientific fields, there are courses intended to help the PhD students with their studies, and to enrich the studies with other perspectives:
- Introduction to PhD Studies is recommended during the first half year.
- Exit from PhD studies for students with the end in sight.
- Ethics course (mandatory) for example Research Ethics A och B or Technology, research and ethics
- Project management and scientific communication (Andersson)
- Pedagogic course (mandatory for teaching students)
Courses within adjacent scientific fields are in many cases relevant also for PhD students in physics:
- Courses within Chemistry
- Courses within Engineerig Sciences
- Courses within the research school "Advanced Materials for the 21st century"
Faculty-common post-graduate courses are intended for students from many scientific fields. The courses may be scientifically broad, or provide training in skills, such as Scientific Writing
Advanced undergraduate courses are in many cases relevant also for PhD students.
Courses may also be taken at other universities, or in form of summer schools, individual reading courses etc.
Post-graduate courses within physics and astronomy
Courses given during the last years are listed. Some courses re-occur frequently, others more seldom. Contact the teacher for more information!
- Energy Relevant Materials (Skorodumova, Edoff, Edström)
- Non-equilibrium theory for nanoscale structures (Fransson)
- Materials modelling (Sanyal)
- Semiconductor electrochemistry - Molecular solar cells and Photocatalysis (Rensmo)
- Advanced course in scanning probe microscopy and related methods (Göthelid)
- Advanced Quantum Field Theory (Lindström)
- Quantum Field Theory (Rathsman)
- Advanced Astrobiology (Wahlund)
- Introduction to numerical hydrodynamics and radiative transfer (Piskunov, Höfner)
- Statistical physics (Zabzine)
- Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics (Thidé)
- Monte Carlo methods in physics (Ingelman, Johansson)
- Group theory in physics (Rathsman, Nordström)
- Symmetry and group theory in physics (Lindström)
- Structure and bonding (Mike Brooks)
- Frontiers in particle physics (Ekelöf)
- QCD at colliders (Rathsman)
- Electroweak theory (Fäldt)
- SUSY phenomenology (Rathsman)
- Scattering at large scale facilities (Wolff)
- Synchrotron radiation techniques for magnetic materials (Karis, Oppeneer)
- Advanced computational methods for multi-disciplinary challenges (Sanyal)
- Magnetism (Nordblad/Eriksson)
- Materials and photophysics for solar cells and other applications (Rensmo, Hagfeldt, Edhoff)
- Neutron scattering to study condensed matter (Rennie)
- Nuclear astrophysics (Nyberg)
- Standard Model and Beyond (Enberg)
- Astrophysical tests of physical theories (Korn)
- Current Problems in Astrophysics (Gustafsson)
- Electron spectroscopy (Sandell)
- Ion beam analysis (Daniel Primetzhofer)
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Editor: Olle Björneholm