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Physics (Research)

Trinity College Dublin
2 years
Master's degree
On campus
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Program description

Awarded by: University of Dublin

The main research areas are nanotechnology, scientific computing and photonics with activities ranging from spin-electronics, to carbon nanotubes and semiconductor lasers. There are also research groups working on soft-condensed matter and astrophysics with a new section on bio-nano physics.

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Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin is Ireland’s leading university, ranked 104th in the world. Our professors with whom you will work are inspiring thought-leaders in their fields. Our facilities, both curricular and extra-curricular are second to none. Our...

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