Students will use a broad range of modern methods of measurement (e.g. single-molecule measurements), analysis methods (e.g. quantitative image analysis) and theoretical methods (e.g. biological, statistical physics) to gain a sound foundation in physics, biology and materials science from the molecular, cellular and tissue-specific perspective.
- This will enable them to quantitatively understand the physics of living systems as well as refine and adapt them for technical processes.
- Students in the Physics of Life degree at TU Dresden will familiarize themselves with the fundamentals of experimental biophysics, theoretical biophysics and nanobiotechnology.
- The curriculum is divided into three semesters.
- The first and second semesters are dedicated to compulsory courses in biological physics, physical chemistry and experimental methods, principles of statistics, biochemistry and molecular biology, nanobiotechnology, molecular and cellular biophysics as well as molecular nanostructures and nanomachines in theory and experiment.
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- A university degree that qualifies the applicant for a specific profession, or a degree from a state or state-recognized vocational academy in a natural science field (preferably physics, biophysics or quantitative biology), an engineering field (preferably nanotechnology), or a subject area with comparable content, in particular with regard to advanced mathematics.
- Proficiency in English at B2+ level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Language.
- Proof of proficiency in an aptitude assessment procedure.
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- No tuition fee. Students have to pay an administrative charge of about 270 EUR per term.
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