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Physics
General Description
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Brief History
The Physics Department was formed in 1982 and accepted students in 1983. There are five major research areas in the department: General Physics, Nuclear Physics, High Energy and Plasma Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics and Solid State Physics. The department accepts about 70 undergraduate students in every academic year and the undergraduate curriculum as similar as many famous universities in the world. The department also offers postgraduate education. The Physics Department gives a good knowledge about applied physics as well as fundamental physics, in order to train the students as a capable researcher. Our graduates find employment in a wide range of activities, not just in physics, but also in materials science, engineering, electronics, computing. The teaching and research staff engaged on a wide range of research areas, including Nuclear Physics, Solid State Physics, High Energy and Plasma Physics and Atomic and Molecular Physics. The Department is involved with a number of research laboratories such as Nuclear, Solid State and Atomic and Molecular Physics. The department prepares the graduates in research activities and international cooperation for the key technologies in physics. Our purpose is to encourage the teaching staff and the students to spend teaching periods abroad by Erasmus mobility programme. We welcome students and researchers from other countries.
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Qualification Awarded
Physics program is subjected to 90-120 ECTS credits in higher education. In Master Program without thesis, it is required to 120 ECTS. The Master´s Degree in Physics program is awarded to the graduates who have successfully completed all courses in the curriculum.
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Level of Qualification
Second Cycle
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Specific Admission Requirements
Science degree in Bachelor and ALES (numeric) score which is determined by the Senate of Uludag University is required. Students must have minimum score determined by Senate in UDS, TOEFL, TOEFL or equivalent examinations accepted by YÖK, or foreign language exam which is conducted by the School of Foreign Languages in one of foreign languages in English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Arabic. UU Senate decides the Equivalence of other foreign language documents. For foreign candidates, Tomer candidates Turkish competency given by TOMER and ALES exam results or GRE, GMAT and other exams which are by YOK in international level.
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Specific arrangements for the recognition of prior learning
The provisions in “Regulation on Transfer among Associate and Undergraduate Degree Programs, Double Major, and Subspecialty and the Principals of Credit Transfer among Institutions in Higher Education Institutions” are applied.
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Qualification Requirements and Regulations
The graduate program students throughout their education a total of 21-24 credits (60 ECTS) is not less than a minimum of seven courses, a seminar and thesis work must succeed. The students of Physics program who meet the relevant requirements are awarded an MS degree. The course concerned in this note is to be successful, must be at least 70 out of 100.
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Profile of The Programme
Physics Department, Faculty of Arts and Sciences has 9 Prof. Dr., 9 Assoc. Dr., 4 Asst. Assoc. Dr., 4 research assistants and 1 Physicist. The teaching and research staff engaged in a wide range of research areas including General Physics, Nuclear Physics, Solid State Physics, High Energy and Plasma Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics.
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Key Learning Outcomes & Classified & Comparative
1. Independently conduct studies that require proficiency in physics
2. Take responsibility and develop new strategic solutions as a team member in order to solve unexpected complex problems faced within the applications of physics
3. Demonstrate leadership in contexts that require solving problems related to physics
4. Evaluate knowledge and skills acquired at proficiency level in physics with a critical approach
5. Communicate current developments and studies within the field to both professional and non-professional groups systematically using written, oral and visual techniques by supporting with quantitative and qualitative data
6. Investigate, improve social connections and their conducting norms with a critical view and act to change them when necessary
7. Communicate with peers by using a foreign language at least at a level of European Language Portfolio B2 General Level
8. Use advanced informatics and communication technology skills with software knowledge required by physics
9. Organize the data gathering, interpretation, implementation and announcement stages by taking into consideration the cultural, scientific, and ethic values and teach these values
10. Develop strategy, policy and implementation plans on the issues related to physics and assess the findings within the frame of quality processes
11. Use the knowledge, problem solving and/or implementation skills in interdisciplinary studies
SKILLS Cognitive - Practical
  • Communicate with peers by using a foreign language at least at a level of European Language Portfolio B2 General Level
  • Organize the data gathering, interpretation, implementation and announcement stages by taking into consideration the cultural, scientific, and ethic values and teach these values
  • Take responsibility and develop new strategic solutions as a team member in order to solve unexpected complex problems faced within the applications of physics
  • Use advanced informatics and communication technology skills with software knowledge required by physics
  • Independently conduct studies that require proficiency in physics
  • Evaluate knowledge and skills acquired at proficiency level in physics with a critical approach
  • Use the knowledge, problem solving and/or implementation skills in interdisciplinary studies
  • Communicate current developments and studies within the field to both professional and non-professional groups systematically using written, oral and visual techniques by supporting with quantitative and qualitative data
KNOWLEDGE Theoretical - Conceptual
  • Take responsibility and develop new strategic solutions as a team member in order to solve unexpected complex problems faced within the applications of physics
  • Independently conduct studies that require proficiency in physics
  • Organize the data gathering, interpretation, implementation and announcement stages by taking into consideration the cultural, scientific, and ethic values and teach these values
  • Communicate current developments and studies within the field to both professional and non-professional groups systematically using written, oral and visual techniques by supporting with quantitative and qualitative data
COMPETENCES Field Specific Competence
  • Demonstrate leadership in contexts that require solving problems related to physics
  • Organize the data gathering, interpretation, implementation and announcement stages by taking into consideration the cultural, scientific, and ethic values and teach these values
  • Communicate current developments and studies within the field to both professional and non-professional groups systematically using written, oral and visual techniques by supporting with quantitative and qualitative data
  • Take responsibility and develop new strategic solutions as a team member in order to solve unexpected complex problems faced within the applications of physics
  • Evaluate knowledge and skills acquired at proficiency level in physics with a critical approach
  • Develop strategy, policy and implementation plans on the issues related to physics and assess the findings within the frame of quality processes
  • Independently conduct studies that require proficiency in physics
COMPETENCES Competence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility
  • Investigate, improve social connections and their conducting norms with a critical view and act to change them when necessary
  • Communicate current developments and studies within the field to both professional and non-professional groups systematically using written, oral and visual techniques by supporting with quantitative and qualitative data
  • Take responsibility and develop new strategic solutions as a team member in order to solve unexpected complex problems faced within the applications of physics
  • Organize the data gathering, interpretation, implementation and announcement stages by taking into consideration the cultural, scientific, and ethic values and teach these values
  • Develop strategy, policy and implementation plans on the issues related to physics and assess the findings within the frame of quality processes
  • Independently conduct studies that require proficiency in physics
  • Demonstrate leadership in contexts that require solving problems related to physics
  • Communicate with peers by using a foreign language at least at a level of European Language Portfolio B2 General Level
COMPETENCES Communication and Social Competence
  • Communicate with peers by using a foreign language at least at a level of European Language Portfolio B2 General Level
  • Investigate, improve social connections and their conducting norms with a critical view and act to change them when necessary
  • Independently conduct studies that require proficiency in physics
  • Organize the data gathering, interpretation, implementation and announcement stages by taking into consideration the cultural, scientific, and ethic values and teach these values
  • Use advanced informatics and communication technology skills with software knowledge required by physics
  • Communicate current developments and studies within the field to both professional and non-professional groups systematically using written, oral and visual techniques by supporting with quantitative and qualitative data
  • Use the knowledge, problem solving and/or implementation skills in interdisciplinary studies
COMPETENCES Learning Competence
  • Evaluate knowledge and skills acquired at proficiency level in physics with a critical approach
  • Communicate current developments and studies within the field to both professional and non-professional groups systematically using written, oral and visual techniques by supporting with quantitative and qualitative data
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Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples
Research and development laboratories, industrial organizations, researchers and quality control specialist. Master´s and doctorate academic job opportunities for successful students participating in the program, an expert researcher in the research institutions and health physicist. Teaching in the field of education.
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Access to Further Studies
The graduates holding masters Degree are eligible to apply to PhD Degree programs at national level and /or international level both in the same and in related disciplines
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Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
This section is explained in the courses description and implementation forms.
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Graduation Requirements
Students must successfully pass all compulsory and elective courses on the program and who have successfully completed all courses in the cirriculum will be given masters degree in physics program. For graduation, at least one article published or accepted for publication in national / international refereed journals is required.
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Mode of Study
Full-Time
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Address and Contact Details
Program Başkanı: Prof. Dr. Nilgün DEMİR
E-posta: dnilgun@uludag.edu.tr
Tel.: +90 224 2941702
Bologna Koordinatörü: Prof. Dr. Nil KÜÇÜK
E-posta: nilkoc@uludag.edu.tr
Tel.: +90 224 2941705
Bologna Koordinatörü: Doç. Dr. Fatma KOÇAK
E-posta: fkocak@uludag.edu.tr
Tel.: +90 224 2941710
Adres: Bursa Uludağ Üniversitesi
Fen Edebiyat Fakültesi
Fizik Bölümü
16059 Bursa
TÜRKİYE
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Facilities
Arts and Sciences Faculty, Physics Department has 9 Prof. Dr., 9 Assoc. Dr., 4 Asst. Assoc. Dr., 4 research assistants and 1 Physicist. Physics department has 5 branches such as General Physics , Nuclear Physics, High Energy and Plasma Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics and Solid State Physics.
1. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
FZK5191 DISSERTATION SUPERVISION I Compulsory 0 1 0 1
FZK5403 ADVANCED QUANTUM MECHANICS I Compulsory 3 0 0 6
Click to choose optional courses. 23
Total 30
2. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
FZK5172 SEMINAR Compulsory 0 2 0 5
FZK5192 DISSERTATION SUPERVISION II Compulsory 0 1 0 1
Click to choose optional courses. 24
Total 30
3. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
FZK5173 SEMINAR Compulsory 0 2 0 5
FZK5183 M.A. SPECIALISED FIELD COURSE III Compulsory 4 0 0 5
FZK5193 DISSERTATION SUPERVISION Compulsory 0 1 0 20
Total 30
4. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
FZK5184 M.A. SPECIALISED FIELD COURSE IV Compulsory 4 0 0 5
FZK5184 DISSERTATION SUPERVISION Compulsory 0 1 0 25
Total 30
1. Semester Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
FZK 5308 SURFACE OXIDE FILMS AND THEIR TECHNOLOGIES Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5101 EXPERIMENTALTECHNIQUESANDMEASUREMENTS IN MR Optional 2 2 0 6
FZK5103 SPECTROSCOPICMETHODS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5107 ADVANCED ATOMICPHYSICS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5181 M.A. SPECIALISED FIELD COURSE I Optional 4 0 0 5
FZK5201 DIELECTRICPROPERTIES OF MATERIALS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5203 INTERNET PROGRAMMING II Optional 2 2 0 6
FZK5301 MAGNETICPROPERTIES OF MATERIALS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5303 ADVANCED SOLID STATE PHYSICS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5307 ADVANCED MAGNETISM II Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5309 ELECTROCHEMICALMETHODS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5311 SUPERCONDUCTIVITY II Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5312 PHYSICS OF SEMICONDUCTORDEVICES II Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5315 PHYSICS OF SEMICONDUCTORS II Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5317 QUANTUM THEORY OF SOLIDS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5319 MAGNETICLOSSES Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5321 MEASUREMENTTECHNIQUES IN PHYSICS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5401 MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN PHYSICS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5405 ADVANCED NUCLEARSPECTROSCOPY I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5501 ADVANCED NUCLEARPHYSICS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5503 NUCLEARMODELS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5505 ADVANCED NEUTRONPHYSICS II Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5506 ADVANCED NEUTRONPHYSICS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5509 SAMPLINGTECHNIQUES IN NUCLEARPHYSICS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5511 ADVANCED MICROSCOPY Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5513 ELEMENTARYSCATTERINGTHEORY Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5601 ELEMENTARY SCATTERING THEORY Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5603 SYMMETRIESANDCLASSIFICATION OF PARTICLES Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5605 SYMETRIES AND CLASSIFICATION OF PARTICLES Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5607 ADVANCED OPTICS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5609 SOLAR ENERGY Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5611 SOLAR ENERGY Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5613 MULTIPLELAYERSTRUCTURE OF RESONANCELINE IN Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK6601 ELECTROWEAKINTERACTIONS Optional 3 0 0 5
2. Semester Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
FZK 5182 M.A. SPECIALISED FIELD COURSE II Optional 4 0 0 5
FZK 5604 CHARGED PARTICLE PHYSICS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5102 LIQUIDS Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5104 MAGNETICRESONANCEIMAGING Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5202 INTERNET PROGRAMMING I Optional 2 2 0 6
FZK5302 STRUCTURE OF MAGNETICMATERIALS Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5304 ADVANCED SOLID STATE II Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5306 ADVANCEMAGNETISM I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5310 SUPERCONDUCTORS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5312 PHYSICS OF SEMICONDUCTORDEVICES I Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5314 PHYSICS OF SEMICONDUCTORS I Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5316 MAGNETICTHINFILMS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5318 MAGNETICDOMAINS Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5320 SURFACEPHYSICSAND ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5324 NANOTECHNOLOGY Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5326 X-RAYSDIFRACTIONS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5402 ELECTROMAGNETICTHEORY Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5404 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS METHODS IN PHYSICS Optional 2 2 0 6
FZK5502 ADVANCED NUCLEARSPECTROSCOPY II Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5504 NUCLEARRADIATIONDETECTION Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5508 NUCLEARAFFECTIONS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5512 SAMPLINGTECHNIQUES IN NUCLEARPHYSICS II Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5514 APLICATION OF ADVANCED MICROSCOPY Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5602 GRAND UNIFIEDTHEORIES Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5604 CHARGEDPARTICLESPHYSICS Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5606 HIGH ENERGYDETECTORS I Optional 3 0 0 7
FZK5612 ADVANCED OPTICS II Optional 3 0 0 6
FZK5614 PHYSICS OF THIN FILM Optional 3 0 0 7
General Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
FZK6603 LIEALGEBRA IN PARTICLEPHYSICS Optional 3 0 0 5
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