The information are about the academic year 20132014.
The second level degree in Physics belongs to the class of degrees in Physics and it lasts two years.
The Master Degree in Physics is characterized by the first year in which are concentrated the courses and by a second year principally dedicated to the degree thesis.
The Master Degree in Physics offers three curricula:
1 Curriculum A – Theoretical Physics
2 Curriculum B – Particle and Applied Physics
3 Curriculum C – Matter Physics
Here follows a list, for each curriculum, of the courses of this master degree:
I Year
Curriculum A : Theoretical physics 

+ 10 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Computational Physics Laboratory 
I Sem. 
10 
Biophotonics Laboratory I 
I Sem. 
10 
Nuclear and Subnuclear Measurements Laboratory I 
I Sem. 
10 
+ 24 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Theoretical Phyics I 
I Sem. 
6 
Theoretical Phyics II 
I Sem. 
6 
Quantum Field Theory 
II Sem. 
6 
General Relativity 
II Sem. 
6 
+ Quantum Field Theory Complements 
II Sem. 
6 CFU 
+ 12 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Theory and phenomenology of the fundamental interactions 
II Sem. 
6 
Particle physics III 
II Sem. 
6 
Statistical data analysis 
II Sem. 
6 
Mathematical methods for physics 
I Sem. 
6 
Application of neutron physics 
II Sem. 
6 
Computational statistical thermodynamics in solids 
I Sem. 
6 
Electronics 
II Sem. 
6 
Surface physics 
II Sem. 
6 
Experimental methods in high energy physics 
II Sem. 
6 
Non ionizing electromagnetic radiations 
I Sem. 
6 
Radioactivity 
II Sem. 
6 
Condensed matter II 
II Sem. 
6 


Curriculum B : Particle and Applied Physics 

+ 22 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Nuclear and Subnuclear Measurements Laboratory I 
I Sem. 
10 
Nuclear and Subnuclear Measurements Laboratory II 
II Sem. 
6 
Biophotonics Laboratory I 
I Sem. 
10 
Biophotonics Laboratory II 
II Sem. 
6 
Biophotonics 
I Sem. 
6 
Applications of Physics to Medicine 
II Sem. 
6 
Particle Physics II 
II Sem. 
6 
+ 6 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Theoretical Physics I 
I Sem. 
6 
Statistical Mechanics 
I Sem. 
6 
Condensed Matter Theory I 
I Sem. 
6 
+ 12 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Optical Microscopy 
II Sem. 
6 
Energy Physics 
II Sem. 
6 
Particle Physics I 
I Sem. 
6 
Radiation Detectors 
II Sem. 
6 
Solid State Physics 
I Sem. 
6 
+ 12 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Theory and Phenomenology of the Fundamental Interactions 
II Sem. 
6 
Particle physics III 
II Sem. 
6 
Statistical data analysis 
II Sem. 
6 
Mathematical methods for physics 
I Sem. 
6 
Application of neutron physics 
II Sem. 
6 
Computational statistical thermodynamics in solids 
I Sem. 
6 
Electronics 
II Sem. 
6 
Surface physics 
II Sem. 
6 
Experimental methods in high energy physics 
II Sem. 
6 
Non ionizing electromagnetic radiation 
I Sem. 
6 
Radioactivity 
II Sem. 
6 
Condensed matter II 
II Sem. 
6 


Curriculum C : Matter Physics 

+ 16 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Solid state and electronics laboratory I 
I Sem. 
10 
Solid state and electronics laboratory II 
II Sem. 
6 
Plasma laboratory I 
I Sem. 
10 
Plasma laboratory II 
II Sem. 
6 
+ 6 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Theoretical Physics I 
I Sem. 
6 
Statistical Mechanics 
I Sem. 
6 
Condensed Matter Theory I 
I Sem. 
6 
+ 18 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Solid state physics 
I Sem. 
6 
Solid state optical spectroscopy 
II Sem. 
6 
Semiconductor physics 
I Sem. 
6 
Plasma physics I 
I Sem. 
6 
Plasma physics II 
I Sem. 
6 
Energy physics 
II Sem. 
6 
+ 12 CFU to be chosen among these courses:
Courses 
Period 
Credits 
Theory and Phenomenology of the Fundamental Interactions 
II Sem. 
6 
Particle physics III 
II Sem. 
6 
Statistical data analysis 
II Sem. 
6 
Mathematical methods for physics 
I Sem. 
6 
Application of neutron physics 
II Sem. 
6 
Computational statistical thermodynamics in solids 
I Sem. 
6 
Electronics 
II Sem. 
6 
Surface physics 
II Sem. 
6 
Experimental methods in high energy physics 
I Sem. 
6 
Non ionizing electromagnetic radiation 
I Sem. 
6 
Radioactivity 
II Sem. 
6 
Condensed matter II 
II Sem. 
6 


II Year
+ 18 CFU in free choice courses
+ 3 CFU in further informatics and telematics skilss
+ 47 CFU for Final exam preparation
For further information visit on our website http://fisica.mib.infn.it/pages/en/home.php and here if you want to read the detailed courses' program. The complete student's guide can be downloaded here where you can find specific information about this first level degree, like course organization, course objective and professional profiles.
If you want more information about courses and lectures contact directly the professor.
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Secretariat:
Phone: 02.6448.2345
Email: ccl.fisica@unimib.it
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