About this course
The Faculty of Physics is one of the largest in Germany. Two hundred and eighty scientists cover nearly all the fields of modern physics: astrophysics, elementary particle physics, mathematical physics, solid-state physics, biophysics and nanoscience, modern quantum optics, laser physics, and meteorology. Its many Collaborative Research Centers and Research Training Groups, both funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), as well as a considerable number of networks within the European Union, guarantee high standards in research.
Educational programs in Europe and the USA and extensive internships serve to bring students into contact with the global academic community and to inaugurate their future careers at an early stage.