- Degree type
- Language of education
- English (100%)
- 24 months
- Tuition fee EU/EEA
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- Type of institution
- Research University
New technologies enable scientists to address atoms and molecules and place them in any desired position. This master focuses on the control of materials on an ultimately small (nanometer) scale.
The Master’s track in Nano-Engineering forms part of the joint activities in the field of Nanoscience and Technology of TU/e and the Radboud University Nijmegen. These activities focus on the nano-engineering of functional materials. The track focuses on a combination of physics and chemistry. It features research on a wide range of materials, such as organic macromolecular systems, polymers, semiconductors, oxides, and metals. This spans the entire ‘chain of knowledge’, from fundamental theories and experiments, right up to analyzing, constructing, and manipulating structures on a nanometer scale.
An important characteristic of track in is the fact that the track is strongly focused on building bridges between fundamental science and technological applications. This is made possible by the strong contacts that the department maintains with high-tech companies in the Eindhoven region and beyond. The interdisciplinary character of nanotechnology is expressed by the partnerships between different departments and even universities. As a specialist you learn to communicate with other disciplines, and to be inspired by them!
The Nano-Engineering course is part of the Applied Physics program and gives you the opportunity to get involved in physical phenomena, new technologies and measurement methods. These are based on technical applications of physical principles in the most diverse disciplines.
Nano Engineering consists, to a large extent, of internships, so that you will learn how to apply your technical and scientific knowledge in a research environment. The Applied Physics department opts for an integrated approach to teaching and research at an internationally competitive level.
The Master's track Nano-engineering lasts two years. Each year consists of 60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). Formally this programme is part of the master program Applied Physics. Although the students will generally be assigned a host institute, some compulsory elements (incidental events, research schools, specialization modules) are provided, and mobility of students for their research project(s) will be stimulated. Courses provided by the two host institutes are fully approved.
Nanoscience & Technology focuses on the control of materials on a small (nanometer)scale. It involves emerging technologies that enable scientists to address individual atoms and molecules and to place them in any desired position. Working in this domain means crossing the boundaries between classical disciplines such as physics and chemistry. In this work, scientists and technologists enter a world in which they are confronted by new electrical, optical and magnetic properties of materials.
Nano-Engineering Related Programs
Besides the MSc Nano-Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology offers a range of other Natural Science related programs such as the Applied Physics Master
See which programs are related to the MSc Nano-Engineering
Students who would like to register for the Master Nano-Engineering will need to have sufficient funds for tuition and living expenses. Getting a scholarship could be the first step towards obtaining a top MSc degree at Eindhoven University of Technology.
See which scholarships you can apply for if you want to do the Nano-Engineering MSc program.
About Eindhoven University of Technology
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is a research university specializing in engineering science & technology. Our education, research and knowledge valorization contribute to:
- science for society: solving the major societal issues and boosting prosperity and welfare by focusing on the Strategic Areas of Energy, Health and Smart Mobility
- science for industry: the development of technological innovation in cooperation with industry
- science for science: progress in engineering sciences through excellence in key research cores and innovation in education
We see it as our duty to train engineers to possess a sound scientific basis and scientific depth. They also have the necessary skills to successfully flourish in social sectors and functions.
Previous educationrelevant Bachelor's degree (or equivalent)
Grade averageFor admission a minimum of 75% CGPA. For entry to Talent Scholarship Program a minimum of 80% CGPA.
Written requestLetter of motivation
Language requirementsCPE: C1, IELTS overall band: 6.5, TOEFL internet based: 90
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