7.5 ECTS credits
This course presents an introduction to the most important areas of nanoscience and its technological applications. Focus lies on understanding the relations between on the one hand reduced dimensions and modified composition of nanometersized particles and on the other hand properties of and possible uses of such particles in various areas. These include e.g. important organic systems, composites, electronic components, medical technologies and applications in the energy and environmental areas. Experimental analytical methods and methods for the synthesis of particles are introduced. A part of the studies are carried out through student projects.
Progressive specialisation: G2F (has at least 60 credits in first‐cycle course/s as entry requirements)
Education level: Undergraduate level
Admission requirements: Mathematics 30 ECTS credits, including courses in calculus and linear algebra, and Physics 30 ECTS credits, including courses in electricity, wave physics, quantum physics and thermodynamics.
Selection is usually based on your grade point average from upper secondary school or the number of credit points from previous university studies, or both.
This course is included in the following programme
- Science programme Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics: Physics (studied during year 2)
- Engineering: Engineering Physics (studied during year 3)
- Master of Science in Engineering Physics (studied during year 3)