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The mission of the Program is to equip Stevens’ graduate students with the interdisciplinary intellectual capacity necessary to compete and excel in the ever expanding world of nanotechnology.
2) The general studies courses teach professional competence in areas such as knowledge management, start-up business techniques, and management skills.
3) Courses with specific applications of microtechnologies and nanotechnologies deal with industrially relevant branches as optic/photonics, chemistry, biotechnology, electronics, and modelling and simulation.
refers to research and technology development at the atomic, molecular or macromolecular levels, in the length scale of approximately 1-100 nanometer range.
Nanotechnology represents the forefront of transformational research and serves as a growth engine for R&D for decades to come.
Market demand for professionals with advanced degree training relevant to nanotechnology includes diverse sectors of the economy such as electronics, healthcare, photonics, the environment, transportation, communication, quantum computing, financial engineering, and national security.
The goal of the NGP is to create a vibrant interdisciplinary environment that provides stimulating and cross-fertilizing educational training in nanotechnology to contribute to the Institute’s research excellence in related frontiers while preserving strong disciplinary fundamentals.
German language skills are beneficial for finding a position either in academia or industry.
In order to enrol in the programme, you must meet the following qualifications as well as other requirements which may apply.
The programme can be studied and completed in English, but German language skills are beneficial for a broader choice of electives.
Examples for educational organisation: Full-Time Study (three semesters): First semester: lectures (Quantum Physics 1, colloquium, one elective course, one multidisciplinary course, one course from sector-specific applications), lab class microtechnology Second semester: lectures (Quantum Physics 2, colloquium, one elective course, one course from sector-specific applications), lab class nanotechnology, project study Third semester: Master's thesis, colloquium Part-Time Study (six semesters): First semester: lecture (Quantum Physics 1), lab class microtechnology Second semester: lecture (Quantum Physics 2, colloquium, one elective course) Third semester: lecture (colloquium, one elective course) lab class nanotechnology Fourth semester: lecture (colloquium, one course from sector-specific applications, one multidisciplinary course) Fifth semester: lecture (one course from sector-specific applications), project study Sixth semester: Master's thesis, colloquium The Master's programme in Micro- and Nanotechnology includes a project study and a Master's thesis.