Physical Engineering and Nanotechnology
The absolvent of this study program obtains an education that allows him/her a further study on the fields of applied physics, metrology or material and technical sciences. Moreover, he/she will be able to apply his/her knowledge directly in the technical fields where expertise in physics and mathematics are required. The subject of the study program consist of the basic subjects of the mechanical engineering course extended by lessons devoted to physics, physical practice and mathematical modeling of different physical phenomenon in engineering task.
Jobs abound in small companies as well in large corporations that develop software, sell computer programs, and computers, design regulation and control systems.
The graduate of this bachelor study programme is trained for the work in metrological laboratories and to participate on the experimental research, on the development of new instruments and devices, and in launching new technologies.
The specialization "Physical Engineering and Nanotechnology" is organized and its quality is guaranteed by the Institute of Physical Engineering. It is one of the three-years bachelor study programme "Applied Sciences in Engineering". The graduate can continue the study in the two-years MSc. specialization "Physical Engineering" of the study programme "Applied Sciences in Engineering" at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Brno, or in a MSc. studies at other University in Czech Republic or abroad.
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