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The Department of Applied Physics (DFA) teaches Physics courses in various bachelor’s degrees in Engineering (Aerospace, Civil, Building Construction, Mining, Navigation and Telecommunications) and bachelor’s degrees in Architecture and Mathematics, taught by eight schools of the UPC : EETAC, EPSEB, EPSEM, ETSAB ETSECCPB, ETSETB, FME and FNB.
The DFA also teaches courses in the new Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics, which began in September 2011. This new degree of UPC was conceived and promoted by the departments of Applied Physics, Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Signal Theory and Communications and Electronic Engineering.
From 2006 to the present course, the DFA has offered an Interuniversity Official Master in 'Computational and Applied Physics', given in conjunction with the Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering (DFEN) of the UPC, and the University of Barcelona. These postgraduate courses, which are the teaching phase of doctoral studies, provide a solid foundation in scientific programming techniques and numerical methods, as well as modelling and supercomputing.
With respect to the doctorate, the PhD program in 'Computational and Applied Physics' conducted in collaboration with the Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering provides a solid background in the fields of Computational Physics and Applied Physics, and an appropriate basis on methodologies for scientific and technical research in general. We expect that future doctors were able to lead research and technological innovation in these areas. This PhD program maintains, from the first call in 2002, the Quality Label (now mention to Excellence) issued by the Ministry of Education.
The Department of Applied Physics (DFA) teaches Physics courses in various bachelor’s degrees in Engineering (Aerospace, Civil, Building Construction, Mining, Navigation and Telecommunications) and bachelor’s degrees in Architecture and Mathematics, taught by eight schools of the UPC : EETAC, EPSEB, EPSEM, ETSAB ETSECCPB, ETSETB, FME and FNB.
The DFA also teaches courses in the new Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics, which began in September 2011. This new degree of UPC was conceived and promoted by the departments of Applied Physics, Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Signal Theory and Communications and Electronic Engineering.
From 2006 to the present course, the DFA has offered an Interuniversity Official Master in 'Computational and Applied Physics', given in conjunction with the Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering (DFEN) of the UPC, and the University of Barcelona. These postgraduate courses, which are the teaching phase of doctoral studies, provide a solid foundation in scientific programming techniques and numerical methods, as well as modelling and supercomputing.
With respect to the doctorate, the PhD program in 'Computational and Applied Physics' conducted in collaboration with the Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering provides a solid background in the fields of Computational Physics and Applied Physics, and an appropriate basis on methodologies for scientific and technical research in general. We expect that future doctors were able to lead research and technological innovation in these areas. This PhD program maintains, from the first call in 2002, the Quality Label (now mention to Excellence) issued by the Ministry of Education.
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