Study Program

The MaMaSelf Master Course is lasting two year. Students spend the first year in one out of the four consortium universities, which consists of lectures in different fields of Materials Science (see table) and is credited 60 ECTS points.

Mamaself students
  1. Diploma
  2. University of Rennes1
  3. University of Montpellier
  4. Technical University Munich (TUM) and Ludwig Maximilians University (LMU)
  5. University of Turin
  • The first semester of the second year consists in lectures at another university of the consortium (30 ects).

  • The second semester of the second year is dedicated to the Master thesis (30 ECTS), and students will move to another university inside the consortium.

The Master thesis can also be conducted in collaboration with partner institutions in Japan, Switzerland, India, Russia, Brazil, USA. as well as Large Scale Facilities such as the FRM-II (Munich, D), the ILL or ESRF (Grenoble, F), the LLB (CEA-Saclay, F), at DESY (Hamburg, D), or at the PSI (Villigen, CH).

The Mamaself Master covers 120 ECTS credit points.
 

Diploma

  • Mamaself students will receive at least 2 diploma delivered by the Universities where they have stayed:
  • University Rennes 1: Master of Science Mention Physics or Mention Chemistry, "Master Materials and Management"
  • University of Montpellier: Master of Science, "Chimie matériaux et procédés pour l'Energie et le développement durable"
  • University TUM: Master of Science, "Certificate of Master's Examination for Physics (Applied and Engineering Physics)"
  • University LMU: Master of Science, "Degree certificate concerning the examination leading to the Master's degree in Geomaterials and Geochemistry"
  • University of Torino: Master of Science, "Primo anno Laurea Magistrale in Scienzia dei Materiali"

University of Rennes1

First year

Crystallography, Quantum Mechanics, Laboratory of Physics and Chemistry of Materials, Metals and Alloys, Semiconductors, Nanomaterials.
Study plan Master1 :

Second year

Neutron Sources and Synchrotron Radiation Facilities (summerschool), Condensed  Matter, Magnetic Nanostructures, Industrial Materials, Biomaterials, Management and Logistic, Thin Films

Optional Courses concern:

Nanomaterials, Sensors, Polymers; Surface and Interface Physics, Properties of Heterogeneous and Complex Media, Cooperativity: Phase Transitions and Transport, Magneto-transport and Spin electronics;  Management and strategy in Europe; Legal environment and European institutions.

A visit is organised every year to the neutron reactor of Laboratory Leon Brillouin (LLB), CEA, at Saclay and Soleil the French synchrotron radiation source at Saint Aubin, close to Paris. This visit represents the first occasion for Mamaself students to come in close contact with Large Scale Facilities. (see Photo gallery Saclay)

University of Montpellier

 

Crystallography and Large Scale Facilities, Quantum Mechanics, Chemical reactivity of mateerials, thermodynamics of solids, Spectroscopy, Inorganic materials and Polymer) Hypbrids, Management, Entrepeneurship
Lectures at UM

Technical University Munich (TUM) and Ludwig Maximilians University (LMU)

Mandatory courses concern:
 

Large Scale Facilities for Materials Science: Neutron Courses and Synchrotrons (Summer School); Advanced Theoretical Physics; Theoretical Physics III; Nuclear Physics I or II; Practical Course.

Optional Courses concern:

Biomaterials; Polymers Physics; Biophysics; Cellular Biophysics; Physics of Surfaces and Interfaces; Semiconductor materials science and physics; Magnetism; Superconductivity and Low Temperature Physics; Spin Dynamics in Magnetic Materials; Introduction to Surface and Interface Physics; Physics with Neutrons I or II; Reactor Physics I or II; Computational Physics; Nanosystems; Nonlinear Laser Spectroscopy; Optics of Nanoscale Systems; Principles of Energy Conversion; Theory of Elementary, Excitations of Biomolecular Membranes.
 Study plan LMU

FileStudy program LMU  (92Ko)

 Study plan TUM

 

University of Turin

Mandatory courses concern:

Large Scale Facilities for Materials Science: Neutron Sources and Synchrotrons (Summer School); Nanostructures in Metals: thermodynamics, phase transformations, properties and laboratory; Advanced Solid State Physics: Superconducting and Optical Properties of Solids; Ab-initio Modelling in Materials Science and Applications; Physical Chemistry of Surfaces with Laboratory; Complements of Crystallography.

Optional Courses concern:

Nanomaterials; Recent History of Materials Science: Profile and Internet Resources.
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