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Studying at the Institute of Applied Physics

The applied solid-state physics and photonics specialization offers exciting insights into current research issues, including solid-state physics, semiconductor physics, optoelectronics, scanning microscopy, optics and surface physics. In addition to the development of new measurement methods on the nanometer and femtosecond scale, the focus is on the investigation of modern materials, e.g. for organic electronics. The guiding principle at the IAP of conducting research from the basics to applications is carried over to the content of the specialization and enables a theory-based, interdisciplinary and emphatically application-driven study of innovative research and technology fields. Due to the close cooperation with industrial partners, e.g. the successful spin-offs Novaled and Heliatek, the IAP is very well networked in the regional electronics technology cluster. In this way, you can use a successful degree at the TU Dresden as an excellent career springboard.

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 Das Foto zeigt drei Studierende in einem vollen Hörsaal. Sie sitzen nebeneinander und schauen gemeinsam in ein Notebook. © Amac Garbe