With a master's degree in physics, chemistry or pharmacy, you have the opportunity to apply for the PhD programme. The PhD course is a 3-year research education, where you will be awarded the PhD degree in the research training programme in which you are completing your education. The PhD programme consists of a course element (30 ECTS), knowledge dissemination, environmental change and preparation of the research project itself. In the PhD programme, you will therefore gain experience in planning and carrying out high-level research including writing scientific articles.
You can read more about the Faculty's research education here
The PhD will be a part of the Research Training Programmes that are situated at the Faculty of Science (more information can be found via the link at the bottom of the page).
Research Training Programmes are usually a collaboration between several institutions/departments and/or other partners. In this way Research Training Programmes establish a strong and committed interaction in the research training area between (for example) private and public businesses, organisations, sector research and universities.
FKF Department hosts the following three Research Training Programmes.
|Physics||Martin S. Sloth | E-mail|
|Chemistry||Jesper Wengel | E-mail|
|Pharmacy||Judith Kuntsche | E-mail|