Master courses

Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics

Aim of the study programme

To train highly qualified specialists capable to solve scientific research problems in the fields of astronomy, electrodynamics, and quantum theory of micro particles. Abilities to formulate and to solve theoretical and applied problems in astronomy, physics and technology using techniques of computational modeling as well as to use computers on the large scale are also developed.                                                                 

Intended learning outcomes

Having completed a programme in Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics, a graduate is able to evaluate and to make use of modern scientific concepts and theoretical models, as well as modern computing and modeling techniques. He/she has competence to carry out experiments and observations with a help of modern technologies and equipment, to analyse and to generalize the obtained data.                                                                      

Occupational profiles of graduates

A graduate is able to work as a researcher at universities or research institutes, to do work related to computer modeling, information technologies or theoretical prognostication at research institutions or enterprises.

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Telecommunications Physics and Electronics

Aim of the study programme

The programme is aimed at preparing full-scale specialists for activity electronics industry, development of knowledge and skills for postgraduate studies.                                                                       

Intended learning outcomes

A holder of a Master's degree in Electronic Engineering is able to use telecommunication and electronic devices and systems, carry out technical control and maintenance of the telecommunication and electronic systems. He/she has a good insight into physical principles of the electronic systems operation and can apply this knowledge in the telecommunications technology, a graduate can also apply scientific research and the acquired practical skills in the new technology development process.                                                                          

 Occupational profiles of graduates

A graduate is able to work at high-technology companies in the telecommunication, electronics and related fields.

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Materials Science and Semiconductors Physics

Aim of the study programme

Education of high-level specialists, which are able to analize scientific, technological, and production problems, to reveal and define the main aspects of the problems, to evaluate solutions and make decisions, and to make generalized conclusions working in research laboratories, hi-tech industrial companies and institutions related to electronics and optoelectronics industries and their management on technological level; provision of knowledge on up-to-date science and technology developments, creation of fundamentals necessary for implementation of research results and modern technologies in Lithuania; development of knowledge and skills for postgraduate studies.                                                                          

 Intended learning outcomes

A holder of a Master's degree in Physics is able to work making use of modern scientific concepts and theoretical models, to plan scientific and practical experiments and analyse their results, to carry out experiments using modern technological and scientific equipment, to have a good insight into the relationship between research and industry.                                                                                        

Occupational profiles of graduates

A graduate is able to work at high-technology companies or at institutions providing services in electronics, optoelectronics and materials engineering.

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Physical Technologies and Their Management

Aim of the study programme

Impart knowledge in the field of recent solid state physics and electronics; Fulfill need of highly qualified specialists for present electronic industry of Lithuania and stimulate rebirth of it; Education of high-level specialists for post graduate studies.                                                                     

Intended learning outcomes

A holder of a Master's degree in Material Science has a good insight into physics, technology and research methods of condensed materials for electronic devices. He/she knows working principles of electronic structures and devices, is able to model and to experimentally investigate electronic characteristics of materials and structures and design electronic circuits.                                                                   

Occupational profiles of graduates

A graduate is able to work at universities, scientific institutes and companies associated with electronic industry and material science.

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Materials and Technology of Optoelectronics

Aim of the study programme

Training of highly qualified, international standards meeting experts in optoelectronic materials and technologies, which could create and implement modern technologies, generate and use innovative ideas for their work in the field of science, industry, economy in order to increase competitive ability of Lithuania industry. Training of highly qualified experts capable to continue post graduate studies in physics, chemistry, materials science and similar study fields.                                                                                        

 Intended learning outcomes

Mastering of the most prospective fabrication technologies of organic and inorganic solid-state light sources, solar cells, and other hybrid technologies. Ability to implement optoelectronic technologies in industry, perform experimental and fundamental investigations, create novel devices, implement innovative high technology projects.                                                                                     

Occupational profiles of graduates

Graduates are able to work as researchers at universities, institutes, companies working in the field of applied sciences, innovations, electronic technologies, etc.

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