What has to be done during the three years HEPP programme?

The PhD programme can be entered after the acquisition of either a master's or a diploma degree in physics or computer science or a similar degree.

Central to the PhD programme is the writing of a doctoral thesis. For this, the student chooses a primary adademic supervisor from one of the working groups of the HEPP partners, and a second supervisor/mentor.

In the three years programme the PhD candidate has to to take part in subject-related courses (seminars, special lectures, summer/winter academies, etc.) for the equivalent of at least 6 semester hours (SWS) altogether, spread over the entire duration of the doctoral project. Furtheron, at least one article is expected to be submitted for publication in a reviewed journal or for the proceedings of an international conference with peer-review procedures.

The thesis can be written in English, and the oral examination can be conducted in English as well.

Upcoming Seminars and Workshops

The beam-driven plasma neutralizer and the Energy Recovery System / Simulation of inductive RF-coupling for optimizing powerful NBI ion sources

Jan 13, 2020 16:00 - 17:00
Garching und Greifswald, Room: Lecture Hall IPP/D2 (GAR), Seminar Room 2 (HGW)

Master your doctoral project successfully

Jan 28, 2020 09:00 - Jan 29, 2020 18:00
Garching, Room: Seminarraum L5

Master your doctoral project successfully

Jul 7, 2020 09:00 - Jul 8, 2020 18:00
Greifswald, Room: HGW S2

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