Course abbrevitation: P_MFN
Course code: N0533A110031
Course duration: 2 years

Degree Course Characteristics

Matematicka fyzika Ing 02 The degree course is oriented towards advanced sections of mathematical physics and applied mathematics. Graduates will be motivated to apply the knowledge acquired to theoretical physics targeted at rigorous mathematical processes and methods, to theoretical analysis and description of physical models for experimentally-oriented disciplines of physics, to natural and engineering sciences, making use of modern computational facilities.

The courses stress a thorough knowledge of disciplines of mathematics and physics and provide an overview of the state of the art of mathematical and theoretical physics. The curriculum comprises individually tailored student research projects. They help students orient themselves in their respective specialization and often result in original findings publishable in international professional periodicals.

The core courses of the curriculum comprise: quantum mechanics and field theory, classical and quantum theory of gravity, statistical physics, differential geometry and topology, theory of Lie groups, theory of Lie algebras and their representations, functional analysis, and spectral theory of operators.

The degree course programme is designed for exceptionally talented, academically and well-motivated students willing to study hard and embark on an academic career.

Graduate´s Profile

Matematicka fyzika Ing 04 Graduates will be well versed in mathematics and physics disciplines as mentioned above and, depending on their specialization, may register for even more specialized courses in particle physics, applied mathematics, and scientific calculations.

Graduates will be skilled in using the methods and processes of various disciplines of mathematics and physics to tackle theoretical and application-oriented issues of science, research, and engineering. They are adaptable, can quickly respond to interdisciplinary problems, analyse them, resolve them computationally, process them, synthetize the data obtained and communicate them in good writing to peers.

Competency: Offering analytical approach to work, systematic approach to issues and professional computer skills ,graduates will be highly competent applicants for academic posts, posts in applied research and industry.

The primary aim of the degree course is to educate graduates for academic posts, positions in the institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and other research institutions. With a view to their competencies and skills, they are good candidates for positions in research and development centres of big companies and positions of analysts across the economic system, including companies, banks, and insurance and consulting companies.

State Final Examination

  • Quantum physics – compulsory part of examination
  • Advanced geometric methods in physics – compulsory part of examination
  • Quantum field theory – optional part of examination
  • Lie algebras, Lie groups and their applications – optional part of examination
  • Statistical physics - optional part of examination

Details on the examination and its parts are subject to valid legislation and internal regulations and rules and are available at Study Programmes and Regulations.

Matematicka fyzika Ing 05 vetsi

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Department of Physics

Přihlašovací jméno a heslo jsou stejné, jako do USERMAP (nebo KOS).

V případě ztráty nebo zapomenutí hesla či jména se obraťte na vašeho správce IT.