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MASTER PHYSIQUE FONDAMENTALE ET APPLICATIONS

Parcours Matter, molecule and their environment (M2)

  • Durée: 2 semestre(s)
  • Accessible en: Formation initiale , Formation continue
  • Stage: OBLIGATOIRE(S4)
  • Niveau de diplôme requis à l'entrée: BAC+4
  • Niveau de diplôme validé à la sortie: BAC+5
  • 20210611

Objectifs de la formation

The specialization “Matter, Molecules and their Environments” of the master “Applied and Fundamental Physics” offers an advanced education in the field of condensed or diluted matter physics, atmospheric physics and molecular modelling.

It is organized with 4 courses:

  • Condensed Matter, CM (materials sciences applications, including an optional course “Pharmaceutical Materials”)
  • Dilute Matter and Spectroscopy, DMS
  • Atmospheric Sciences, AS (in the framework of the Labex CAPPA)
  • Modelling at the Molecular and Atomic Scales, MoMAS

Spécificités de la formation

  • Close relationships with research laboratories involved in excellence programs in the field of material sciences and solid state physics, spectroscopy of dilute matter, atmospheric physics & chemistry and modelling at the atomic scale.
  • Strong networking with international research teams
  • Benefit from high level characterization platforms: X-ray diffraction, electron microscopy, lasers, optical and mass spectroscopies, radiometry, in-situ measurements
  • Scholarships from the Graduate Program potentially available for M1 and M2 courses.
  • Internship in industry or lab research: 2 months during the first year and 4-5 months during the second year.
  • A master degree in a stimulating scientific Environment within the Graduate Program ’Science for a changing planet’ http://www.isite-ulne.fr/index.php/fr/programme-gradue-science-pour-uneplanete-en-mutation/
    • 22 laboratories included in excellence or high level programs
    • 292 PhD students
    • An interdisciplinary training from the master to the doctorate including an international environment, mobility and thematic summer schools

Compétences visées

  • MME students will become experts in one of the fields covered by the master’s courses with a common background on characterization methods from the micro to the nanoscale (diffraction methods, optical and mass spectroscopies, electron microscopy) and theoretical basis.
  • They will be prepared for doctoral studies as well as R&D careers in industry or in public research institutes.
  • They will develop high skills in project management and intercultural communication.

Modalités d'admission/ Conditions d'accès

Accès en master 2 PHYSIQUE FONDAMENTALE ET APPLICATIONS - Parcours Matter, molecule and their environment (M2) pour les étudiants ayant validé le Master 1 correspondant à l'université de Lille.

Les candidats issus d'une autre mention ou d'un autre établissement d'enseignement supérieur doivent formuler une demande d'intégration selon les modalités suivantes :

Capacité d’accueil : 30 places

Calendrier de recrutement

  • Ouverture du 01/03/2021 au 21/04/2021
  • Publication admission : 30/04/2021

Modalités de sélection : dossier

Critères d’examen du dossier :

  • Relevés de notes, diplômes permettant d’apprécier la nature et le niveau des études suivies, niveau d’anglais
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Lettre de motivation exposant le projet professionnel
  • Une, des attestation(s) d’emploi ou de stage.

Déposez votre candidature sur la plateforme https://ecandidat.univ-lille.fr

A titre indicatif, veuillez trouver ci-dessous la maquette des enseignements de l'année 2020/2021, déclinée par semestre et Bloc de Connaissances et de Compétences (BCC). La maquette de l'année 2021/2022 sera consultable à compter du mois d'avril 2021.

Organisation de la formation

  • The master is a 2 years course (120 ECTS credits).
  • Three semesters (30 credits each) of integrated courses delivered in english.
    • First and second semesters: Fundamentals such as: advanced optics, mechanical and electromagnetic properties of the matter, solid state physics, advanced quantum mechanics, advanced spectroscopy, molecular and atomic physics & quantum information, …
    • 3rd semester: Dedicated courses to one of the M2 options. In addition, transferable skills (internship, bibliographical research, scientific communication, project management).
    • 4st semester is dedicated to the Master thesis (30 credits) in a research Laboratory or Industry

Programme

UE 1 Aerosols (opt. AS Phys.) 12 crédit(s)
UE 2 Observing systems for the monitoring ofatmospheric composition: from satellite to in situ 12 crédit(s)
UE 1 Option AS-Phys 18 crédit(s)
UE 4 Option MoMAS 18 crédit(s)
UE 3 Option Mat. Diluée. 18 crédit(s)
UE 5 Option Mat. Phama 18 crédit(s)
UE 2 Option Mat. Cond. 18 crédit(s)

Insertion professionnelle

  • The Master Applied and Fundamental Physics, specialization Matter Molecule and their Environments leads to work in either public research laboratories or in industry or business, in one of the numerous fields covered in the master.
  • It is possible to enter the workforce directly after graduation or following further study and a PhD.
  • This Master’s degree is also appropriate for prospective teachers.

Retrouvez les études et enquêtes de l’ODiF (Observatoire de la Direction de la Formation) sur l’insertion professionnelle des diplômés de la licence sur : https://odif.univ-lille.fr.

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