This study programme is devoted to students who wish to gain an in-depth knowledge of semiconductor photonics and nanotechnologies in order to master physics, fabrication and characterisation techniques of organic and inorganic solid-state light sources, solar cells, sensors and hybrid devices. This programme has a proven strong track record of successful employment of graduates in the high-tech industry and in further PhD studies in Lithuania and abroad.
Why choose this programme?
- Students are offered multiple scientific research options at the Institute of Photonics and Nanotechnology of Vilnius University, the Department of Optoelectronics of the Centre for Physical Sciences and Technology, or other modern labs within the National Centre for Physical Sciences and Technology.
- Cooperation with industrial partners provides students with opportunities for research work and Master’s thesis subjects on a case-by-case basis.
What comes after?
- Graduates can work as researchers at universities, institutes and companies working in the fields of applied sciences, innovations and electronic technologies.
- The Faculty of Physics at Vilnius University offers both Materials Engineering (08T) and Physics (02P) third-level (PhD) studies.