Quantum Science and Nanomaterials (QMat) International Graduate School
University of Strasbourg, France
Integrated Master and PhD training programme in physics, with scholarships.
The continuing miniaturization and integration of information technologies requires a better understanding and control of the quantum nature of matter that becomes dominant at the (sub) nm scale. By exploiting quantum effects, such as coherence and entanglement, we can create new and innovative devices and materials that will shape the future of technology and positively impact society as a whole.
The QMat “initiative of excellence”
) is an international integrated MSc and PhD program of the University of Strasbourg, which prepares the next generation of scientists and engineers to shape the future in quantum science and nanotechnology. We provide a challenging and engaging curriculum spanning fundamental and applied aspects and put students at the forefront of international research
at the interfaces between physics, material science, chemistry and engineering.
The QMat program brings together four cross-disciplinary research institutes and five specializations at the M2 (second year master) level: Astrophysics; Subatomic Physics and Astroparticles; Radiation Physics; Detectors, Instrumentation and Imaging; Condensed Matter and Nanophysics; and Materials and Nanoscience. The program is taught in the English language
. As a QMat student you will learn from world leading experts in fundamental and applied quantum science and nanotechnology and profit from enhanced networking opportunities including international and industrial internships
We are announcing up to 15 “Q-Master" scholarships
at both the M1 (first year) and M2 (second year) Master levels for outstanding candidates with a BSc degree (or equivalent). To apply, submit via the online form (qmat.unistra.fr/apply/
) before 06 March 2020
(All students). A second call specifically for European students will open in April 2020.