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Final project work

02KSDPF

A.A. 2019/20

Course Language

Inglese

Course degree

Master of science-level of the Bologna process in Physics Of Complex Systems - Torino/Trieste/Parigi

Course structure
Teaching Hours
Teachers
Teacher Status SSD h.Les h.Ex h.Lab h.Tut Years teaching
Docente Da Nominare       0 0 0 0 1
Teaching assistant
Espandi

Context
SSD CFU Activities Area context
*** N/A *** 30 E - Per prova finale e conoscenza della lingua straniera Per la prova finale
2019/20
The final project work is composed of 2 parts: an internship in a research group or laboratory at one of the partner institutions, corresponding to 18 credits; an intensive school (Spring College on the Physics of Complex Systems) at ICTP, Trieste, corrisponding to 12 credits.
The final project work is composed of 2 parts: an internship in a research group or laboratory at one of the partner institutions, corresponding to 18 credits; an intensive school (Spring College on the Physics of Complex Systems) at ICTP, Trieste, corrisponding to 12 credits.
The internship leads the student to apply the knowledge and methodologies acquired in the first three terms and to expand her/his knowledge at a very deep level within a well-defined research problem in physics of complex systems, chosen in agreement with the supervisor. The training, guided by the supervisor, is typically based on the study of recent scientific publications. The work, under the supervisor's guidance, helps the student to develop autonomy and, together with the Spring College, to orient her/his future choices. The Spring College completes the programme, introducing the student to a selection of current research topics in the physics of complex systems. The activity is open to master and PhD students from any country. The topics covered, as well as the teachers, vary from year to year. The Spring College leads the student to apply the knowldge acquired in the courses of the first three terms and, together with the internships, is particularly important in helping the student o orient her/his future choices, which could be towards the job market or towards a PhD program.
The internship leads the student to apply the knowledge and methodologies acquired in the first three terms and to expand her/his knowledge at a very deep level within a well-defined research problem in physics of complex systems, chosen in agreement with the supervisor. The training, guided by the supervisor, is typically based on the study of recent scientific publications. The work, under the supervisor's guidance, helps the student to develop autonomy and, together with the Spring College, to orient her/his future choices. The Spring College completes the programme, introducing the student to a selection of current research topics in the physics of complex systems. The activity is open to master and PhD students from any country. The topics covered, as well as the teachers, vary from year to year. The Spring College leads the student to apply the knowldge acquired in the courses of the first three terms and, together with the internships, is particularly important in helping the student o orient her/his future choices, which could be towards the job market or towards a PhD program.
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