New technologies enable scientists to address atoms and molecules and place them in any desired position. This master focuses on the control of materials on an ultimately small (nanometer) scale.
The Master's track in Nano-Engineering forms part of the joint activities in the field of Nanoscience and Technology of TU/e and the Radboud University Nijmegen. These activities focus on the nano-engineering of functional materials. The track focuses on a combination of physics and chemistry. It features research on a wide range of materials, such as organic macromolecular systems, polymers, semiconductors, oxides, and metals. This spans the entire 'chain of knowledge', from fundamental theories and experiments, right up to analyzing, constructing, and manipulating structures on a nanometer scale. An important characteristic of track in is the fact that the track is strongly focused on building bridges between fundamental science and technological applications. This is made possible by the strong contacts that the department maintains with high-tech companies in the Eindhoven region and beyond. The interdisciplinary character of nanotechnology is expressed by the partnerships between different departments and even universities. As a specialist you learn to communicate with other disciplines, and to be inspired by them!
This programme has a workload of 120 ECTS.
Grade average: For admission a minimum of 75% CGPA. For entry to Amandus H. Lundqvist Scholarship Program (ALSP) a minimum of 80% CGPA.
Previous education: relevant Bachelor's degree (or equivalent)
Written request: Letter of motivation
Additional language requirements:
|TOEFL iBT® test:||90|
|Area:||34.3 sq miles (88.84 kmÂ²)|
|Population:||16.77 million (2012)|
|Tuition Fee:||€ 1,835 / Year (EEA) , € 12,916 / Year (Non-EEA)|
|Start Date:||September 2019|
|Delivery Mode:||On Campus|