The specific thematic objectives of the Centre are enhancement of the research potential in the field of advanced structural and functional materials and development of highly specialized techniques of investigation to obtain information on properties of materials and their behavior in service conditions.
The Institute of Electron Technology (ITE) is a major Polish research centre with the primary focus on semiconductor micro- and nanotechnology. The fundamental goal of ITE is to conduct basic and applied research in the area of microelectronics, semiconductor optoelectronics and micromechanics as well as characterisation of semiconductor materials and structures.
Nanotechnology research activities at the Institute of Physics are concentrated on topics related to design, fabrication, characterisation, and properties of nano-size materials and structures, with particular focus on scanning probe methods.
The European Center of Bio and Nanotechnology (ECBNT) at the Technical University of Lodz is an innovative scientific institution in Poland to provide the highest European teaching standards. The center will conduct research along with the world?s leading scientific institutes and EU research priorities (the EU Framework Programme).
The master's degree is the first step into graduate education. To enroll in a master's degree program, you'll need to have earned an undergraduate degree in a comparable field. All physics undergraduates who have completed their 3rd year of studies can enroll on this 4-term course after which they will receive Master degrees at both Polish and French Universities. The 2-year programme is available for individual students as well as groups.