The objective of the Master's Degree in Advanced Physics is to expand the general studies of the Degree in Physics. It provides a deep knowledge in different areas of Physics, including fundamental theoretical aspects, computational and experimental methods and techniques, technological applications, etc. Mainly, the Master is focused on forming academic and research profiles. By taking this Master's Degree, the students will delve into areas of physics that are applicable to different fields of Science. They will also acquire the necessary skills to start a PhD, and to enter into the labor market in various areas: Physics, Mathematics, Biophysics, Physical Chemistry, Materials Engineering, Econophysics, Sociophysics, and so on.
Graduate students will know and understand the most relevant and current concepts of theoretical, computational and fluid physics. They will know how to deepen their understanding of cutting-edge theories in these fields, including their mathematical structure, their comparison with experimental results, and the description of the physical phenomena that these theories explain. They will acquire the ability to tackle and solve challenging problems in theoretical, computational or fluid physics, through the appropriate choice of the theoretical context, the identification of the relevant concepts and the use of the mathematical techniques that constitute the best approach to obtain the solution.