Physics

The physics programme has a distinct ‘industrial’ perspective and is an innovative programme designed to create greater opportunities for our graduates in securing jobs in all areas of the technology in industry, government and industrial based laboratories as physicists. It contains interdisciplinary subjects such as metrology, chemistry, materials science, energy and computational physics, if desired, extra advanced physics courses to allow interested students to acquire a more in-depth physics knowledge.

The world has become more interdisciplinary, collaborative and global. To comply with this, graduates must be adaptable, flexible as well as technically proficient.

They must be able to work within fields of emerging high technology and increasing scientific orientation. This is because of the increasing collaboration between universities, government laboratories and industry.

In order to produce graduates equipped with the abilities, training and knowledge commensurate with a broad range of progress in Turkish industry, we offer all students a programme in physics with two options listed below “Combined Studies with Physics”:

Combined Study with Applied Physics Programme

The applied physics programme includes Metrology (the science of measurement & quality), Computational physics (utilising the power of computers in physics) and Energy (resources, utilisation and environmental protection ).

Combined Study with Pure Physics Programme

The pure physics programme involves deeper study and in several physics areas including Nuclear and Plasma Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Relativity Theory, Atomic and Molecular Physics, High-Energy Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology, all for a better understanding of nature.

Head of Department
Prof. Dr. Ahmet T. Ýnce