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

Neural networks for Gaussian process tomography hyperparameter estimation / Investigation of optically grey electron cyclotron harmonics in W7-X

Jan 28, 2019 16:00 - 17:00
Garching und Greifswald, Room: Lecture Hall IPP/D2 (GAR), Seminar Room 2 (HGW)

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