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  1. Advanced Materials Science (E)

    The field of Advanced Materials Science deals with the (further) development, characterisation and application of materials. The development of new materials can be regarded as a foundation on which to open up future-oriented applications. The master’s programme is divided up into four semesters and includes the following general compulsory subjects: integrative laboratory materials, solid state physics, materials sciences, nuclear physics and quantum mechanics, applied chemistry, analytical chemistry, selection of materials, production and processing processes, characterisation of materials, physical properties of materials (1st and 2nd semester). As of the second semester students will choose their specialised elective courses, which include metallic and ceramic materials (ductility, original and deformation processes, functional materials), semiconductor process engineering and nanotechnology (physics of the semiconductor parts, surface chemistry, nanostructures and nanotechnology) as well as polymer sciences and plastics engineering (macromolecular materials, nanostructures in polymers, modern polymer characterisation). Students will be supported in undertaking a study period abroad. Students have to write a master's thesis. The study programme concludes with a master’s examination before a board of examiners. ...

    Provider NameTechnische Universität Graz in Kooperation mit der Universität Graz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  2. Astronomy

    The subject Astronomy deals with the science of the universe, the celestial bodies (planets, stars, galaxies) and the outer space. The teaching of methodological and theoretical knowledge of astronomy and computer skills are central aspects. In the master programme Astronomy the compulsory modules cosmology and extragalactic astronomy, stars and planets, Milky Way and interstellar medium, methods and instruments of astronomy, classical astronomy as well as celestial mechanics and history of astronomy are offered. Two of these modules can be studied in a more intensive way as astronomical elective groups of modules. This serves to prepare students for the master thesis and to set the focus for this thesis. The first compulsory module can either be Astrophysics II or Astronomical Instruments II, as the second compulsory module students can choose either a practical training in observation-oriented astronomy or a practical training in numerical astronomy. Eventually students can choose elective modules from natural sciences subjects such as biology, chemistry, earth sciences, mathematics or physics. To complete the master programme in Astronomy an independent scientific paper dealing with a current research topic is to be written. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Vienna

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  3. Atmosphere Sciences (E)

    The degree programme in Atmosphere Sciences deals with the nature and the processes of the atmo-, hydro-, cryo- and lithosphere. In the master's programme students have to study ten compulsory modules and also gain 10 ECTS credits from four elective modules. The compulsory topics deal with boundary layer and radiation, mathematical methods of physics, ice and climate, basic concepts of scientific research, geo-fluids dynamics, remote sensing, alpine and synoptic meteorology. As regards the elective modules students can choose from a broad range of topics, e.g. glaciology, alpine meteorology, numerical methods, computing and databases, palaeoclimate, geology of the Quaternary. Students should study two related, specialising modules from the areas of climate and cryosphere or alpine meteorology. The degree programme concludes with a master's thesis, which should deal with a topic from atmosphere sciences. ...

    Provider NameUniversität Innsbruck

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Tirol
  4. Biochemistry and Molecular Biomedical Sciences

    The degree programme Biochemistry and Molecular Biomedical Sciences deals with different questions of molecular biology. The interdisciplinary subject combines contents of biology, medicine and chemistry. In the master’s programme “Biochemistry and Molecular Biomedical Sciences” examinations in the compulsory subjects “molecular biology”, “cell biology”, “biochemical analytics” and subjects from the catalogue of elective subjects must be passed. Three elective blocks, which are organised in modules, are available to students; these are “module molecular biomedicine”, “module cell biology” and “module enzymology and structural biology”. The degree programme concludes with an examination before a committee and a master’s thesis. Since the English language is vital for success in the job a study period abroad is recommended. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Graz, Graz University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  5. Biochemistry and Molecular Biomedical Sciences

    The degree programme Biochemistry and Molecular Biomedical Sciences deals with different questions of molecular biology. The interdisciplinary subject combines contents of biology, medicine and chemistry. In the master’s programme “Biochemistry and Molecular Biomedical Sciences” examinations in the compulsory subjects “molecular biology”, “cell biology”, “biochemical analytics” and subjects from the catalogue of elective subjects must be passed. Three elective blocks, which are organised in modules, are available to students; these are “module molecular biomedicine”, “module cell biology” and “module enzymology and structural biology”. The degree programme concludes with an examination before a committee and a master’s thesis. Since the English language is vital for success in the job a study period abroad is recommended. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Graz, Graz University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  6. Biological Chemistry

    Biological chemistry includes the areas of chemistry, biochemistry and biology. In this subject chemical and molecular biology-related ways of thinking and methods are taught and studied. The master programme consists of the approximation phase with mathematics and either chemistry or biology, depending on the student's choice, the consolidation course in chemical biology or food chemistry, the elective module broadening course and the master thesis. In both areas of concentration the consolidation course consists of bioanalytical chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, biochemistry, bioorganic chemistry and biophysical chemistry. The groups of elective modules of the consolidation course in chemical biology consist of microbiology & genetics, immunology, molecular cell biology and biotechnology. The groups of elective modules of the consolidation course in food chemistry include applied food chemistry, food technology and food microbiology and special food chemistry. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Vienna

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  7. Biophysics (E)

    The biophysics programme enables students to understand the world and its smallest parts by means of logics and the already defined constants of nature. On the basis of mathematical models and experiments fundamental connexions and fundamental answers to physics issues are to be found. Thus the main aim of the discipline is the training of logical thinking and the learning of problem resolution methods. Compulsory examination subjects of this master’s programme include “Microscopy of biomolecules”, “Molecular biology of cells I”, Characterisation of bio-nanostructures”, “Biological signalling I”, “Theoretical biophysics I”, Biochemistry and specialisations in biophysics (II-IV). Moreover, students have to complete the “Biophysics placement II”. Towards the end of the programme students have to write a master’s thesis. They have to choose the topic of the thesis from the core areas of the programme (compulsory and subject-specific elective courses). The programme concludes with a one-hour oral examination about the whole programme contents. ...

    Provider NameJohannes Kepler Universität Linz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Oberösterreich
  8. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering (E)

    The master’s programme in “Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering” links the scientific disciplines of Chemistry and Pharmacy with the engineering discipline of Chemical and Process Engineering. The required qualification profile of the complementary science for the education in the master’s programme in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering is taught in compulsory modules. The qualification profile of this master’s programme enables graduates to prepare and work on assignments in the relevant discipline in research, development, planning and production processes in an integrative way and to analyse and specify special subject-related tasks for enhanced scientific processing in order to allow resources-optimised detailed processing by the specialists. ...

    Provider NameTechnische Universität Graz gemeinsam mit der Universität Graz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria
  9. Chemistry

    The discipline "Chemistry" deals with the three subdisciplines of chemistry, i.e. biological chemistry, material chemistry and computer-assisted chemistry. In this discipline the principles, laws, techniques and methods of chemistry are explored. ...

    Provider NameUniversität Wien

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  10. Chemistry

    The discipline Chemistry deals with the three sub-areas of chemistry, i.e. biological chemistry, material chemistry and computer-aided chemistry. The discipline covers the principles, laws, techniques and methods of chemistry. The examination subjects in the master’s programme “Chemistry” include inorganic and organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical and theoretical chemistry, environmental chemistry and technical chemistry. The elective course catalogues include laboratory courses, chemistry, electives in chemistry and soft skills. The elective subjects that can be chosen freely can be chosen from the whole range of courses of all Austrian universities; subjects such as mathematics, nomenclature of chemical compounds, introduction to technological impact assessment or women and gender research, however, are recommended. A few supplementary subjects are also required. A study period abroad is supported. To complete the programme a master’s thesis must be written, which should be thematically oriented on the compulsory subjects. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Graz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark

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