PhD course in Physics and Nanosciences

The PhD course in Physics and Nanosciences offers opportunities for state-of-the-art research and high-level training in various fields of physics, both from experimental and a theoretical points of view. These research fields include the physics of fundamental interactions, condensed matter physics, biophysics, and astrophysics.

The Doctorate in Physics and Nanosciences is currently coordinated by Prof. Riccardo Ferrando (ferrando@fisica.unige.it) and is divided into three curricula

  • Physics
  • Bio-Nanosciences
  • Applied Superconductivity

The research carried out in the framework of the Doctorate is in many cases in collaboration with Italian Research Institutes (INFN, CNR, IIT, INAF).  Many international colaborations are also active.

For more information on research activities visit the dedicated section

Call for the admission to the PhD course in Physics and Nanosciences, cycle XXXVII

https://unige.it/en/usg/en/phd-programmes

Please read carefully the call and annex A

Deadline at June 15, 2021 at 12 PM, CEST

New deadline at September 28, 2021 at 12 PM, CEST

Evaluation

Physics

Admitted to the interview for the PhD competition in Physics and Nanoscience, Physics curriculum
Interview score for the PhD competition in Physics and Nanoscience, Physics curriculum

Bio-nanoscience

Admitted to the interview for the PhD competition in Physics and Nanoscience, Bio-nanoscience curriculum
Interview score for the PhD competition in Physics and Nanoscience, Bio-nanoscience curriculum

Applied Superconductivity

Admitted to interview for the PhD competition in Physics and Nanoscience, curriculum Applied Superconductivity
Interview score for the PhD competition in Physics and Nanoscience, Applied Superconductivity curriculum