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Physics at TU Berlin

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The Physics Department at TU Berlin, with its centrally located campus, offers the highest international standard in both research and teaching [2]. Early on, our students come into contact with the state-of-the-art research of the department, and are taught modern concepts and methods, often with an interdisciplinary flavour. TU Berlin has a long tradition in building reciprocal connexions between fundamentals, theory, and real-world applications.

Berlin possesses the largest number of research institutions of any city in Germany, and our Institutes for Solid-State Physics [3], Optics and Atomic Physics [4], Theoretical Physics [5], and the Centre for Astronomy und Astrophysics [6] play a central role in this close, collaborative community. A series of national and international outstanding projects, and a proven track-record in attracting external funding, all contribute to the high prestige in which Physics at TU Berlin is held. Our current research foci are nano-science, photonics, astrophysics and nonlinear dynamics.

Collaborative Research Centre 787
Halbleiter-Nanophotonik [7]
Collaborative Research Centre 910
Control of self-organizing nonlinear systems: Theoretical methods and concepts of application [8]
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A TU Berlin physics degree offers the opportunity not only to study [10] fundamental physics, but also applied physics with subjects from diverse areas such as technology, engineering, and economics. Students of physics --- including those taking physics as a minor --- profit from the use of our modern Laboratory facilities, multimedia resources and internet-supported lectures. Furthermore, our international exchange programs [11], such as Socrates and Erasmus, for example, are well resourced and highly successful.

Research Training Group 1558
Nonequilibrium Collective Dynamics in Condensed Matter and Biological Systems [12]
Research Group FOR 1282
Controlling the Electronic Structure of Semiconductor Nanoparticles by Doping and Hybrid Formation [13]

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  • Student Advisory Service [15]

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Physics Secretariate
TU Berlin
Room EW 2-1
Hardenbergstr. 36
10623 Berlin
+49-30-314 22202
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