Four hours of lecture per week with a final exam, with a focus on important topics of application-oriented physics:
- Semiconductor technology
- Physics of semiconductors and devices
- Data and information communication
- Transistors, integrated electronic circuits, nanoelectronics
- Single-photon sources, semiconductor lasers, microlasers, nanophotonics
- State-of-the-art technologies and measurement techniques
The course is offered as
- Experimental optional subject in the master’s degree in physics
- Compulsory subject in the master's program for the application-oriented degree in physics
Physics and electrical engineering students in their master's degree.
Parts I and II do not depend on each other, so they can also be taken in reverse order (starting with the summer semester) or individually.
Additional component of the module:
The lab course "Methods of Applied Physics I/II" is a mandatory part of the module (see link box).
- as a compulsory subject for the application-oriented degree: 12 ECTS points (lecture with exam + lab course) per semester
- as an experimental optional subject: 9 ECTS points (lecture with exam + reduced lab course) per semester