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Physics

Specialty in Physics

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Specialty in Physics and Engineer’s Sciences

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Organisation of the Physics and Engineer’s Sciences
Organisation of the specialty in Physics
Faculty’s description of the specialty in Physics

Programme of the 1st year of Master’s Degree

Specialties in 2nd year of Master’s Degree:
- Specialty in Physics - R
- Faculty’s description of the degree in Physics - R
- Application for the 2nd year of Master’s Degree in Physics - research

Admission
In first year of Master's Degree (M1): admission by right for graduates of an Undergraduate Degree in Physics and Physical Sciences. Appointment request to register in July or September on www.univ-reims.fr.

In second year of Master’s Degree (M2): admission on application for graduates from the first year of Master’s Degree.
Applications are available on request to the person in charge of the Degree:
Mr Michel TROYON – 03.26.05.19.01 – michel.troyon@univ-reims.fr.

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Objectives
The 1st year of Master’s Degree provides students with strong knowledge in dilute media physics and condensed matter physics that are necessary for the 2nd year of Master’s Degree (M2) and local research laboratories. The 1st year of Master’s Degree hence provides students with a strong level in Physics, which enables them to possibly enter an external 2nd year of Master’s Degree, an Engineering School or to prepare the Physical Sciences Examination of aptitude for teaching with a major in Physics, available in Reims.

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Careers
- teacher-researcher,
- laboratory manager,
- (public or private) research,
- R&D engineer,
- consultant engineer,
- teaching positions via the Examination of aptitude for teaching,
- fundamental or applied research in Physics, Environment Physics, Material Physics, nanotechnology.

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Organisation of studies
The Master’s Degree is split into two years of two semesters each. Each semester is worth 30 ECTS credits, the full Master’s Degree is hence worth 120 credits.

The differentiation Teaching Units (UE) or its Modules (EC) in the 1st year of Master’s Degree (semesters 7 and 8) allow students to go towards the "preparation of the Examination of aptitude for teaching" or towards the 2nd year with a specialty in "Scientific Instrumentation and Quality in Bioindustries" (ISQB) of the BCS specialty. For the 2nd year of Master’s Degree ISQB, students can transfer if they attended, as optional Teaching Units (UE) in Undergraduate Degree:
- introduction to biological objects,
- analytical methods.

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Internship
The Teaching Unit "internship" during the 8th semester, takes place in laboratories underlying the Master's Degree's specialty, or with an agreement, in other external laboratories.

Group of Molecular and Atmospheric Spectroscopy [GSMA], UMR 6089
Laboratory of Nanostructures Microscopy and Study [LMEN], EA 3799
Laboratory of Electronic Analytical Microscopy [LMEA], ERM 0203
Group of Research in Engineer’s Sciences [GRESPI], EA

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Contacts and registrations
Philippe GROSSEL
Phone: 03 26 91 31.08
Email: philippe.grossel@univ-reims.fr

Administrative registration:
UFR Sciences exactes et naturelles
Scolarité
Rue des Crayères
Moulin de la Housse
BP1039 -51687 Reims Cedex 2
Phone: 03.26.91.32.06
Email: scolarite.sciences@univ-reims.fr