Materials Physics and Chemistry

Degree: PhD
University: Universit Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC) , Faculty: PhD's Degrees
City: Paris , Country: France
Discipline: Natural Sciences
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  • Tuition fee € 350 - Details
  • Start Date of Studies October
  • Admission deadline October 15
  • Language French
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    The Doctoral School has a generalist approach of the science of Materials, combining developments in Physics and Chemistry and interfacing with the Natural sciences, Earth and Environmental science. In this multidisciplinary field, research work conducted within the school laboratories cover the most fundamental aspects to its applications. Major research topics include materials for reactivity, catalysis, organic-inorganic hybrids, functional materials (optics, magnetism, biomaterials), polymer materials, nanostructures (nanomagnetism, spintronics) and mesoscopic physics concerning granular, aggregates and surfaces.

    The leading French scientific university and 7th European university according to the Shanghai ranking, UPMC represents significant research potential.

    Over 3,400 PhD students and around 4,500 researchers and research professors are spread across approximately 160 laboratories and 20 schools. This research potential gives it important responsibilities in terms of teaching and, in particular, doctoral teaching. In the current context of the development of the society of knowledge, driving the economy of innovation, this area of concern is important for UPMC.

    The ambition of UPMC is to contribute to the development of this society by proposing, within its doctoral programmes, scientific training of a high standard accompanied by a diversified range of additional programmes of study on offer and personalised support for the professional plans of PhD students.

    These mechanisms, when put into place, should ensure that PhD students successfully graduated, creative and innovative, a professional capable of occupying positions of responsibility in the companies of the socio-economic world.


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