Here, some M1 students of the 2019-2020 QMat cohort introduce themselves
I am Adrien M1 student coming from Strasbourg University. I am interested in fundamental physics particularly quantum mechanics apply to condensed matter and computer sciences.
I am an M1 student in physics who entered the Qmat graduate school in Strasbourg in September. I am in the cursus Magistère of fundamental physics at UFR de Physique & Ingénierie since September 2018, with the objective to be a researcher in Fondamental physics domains which concern theory, numerical simulations, cosmology and/or particle physics. This is why I aim to enter the M2 astrophysics in Strasbourg next year.
Dilruwan Shanaka Perera
My name is Dilruwan Shanaka Perera and I am a master’s student (M1) in physics at QMAT International Graduate School of University of Strasbourg. Before the beginning of my graduate studies, I completed the BSc degree with a specialization in physics at the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. My research and career interests lie in Neutrino astrophysics and I am very fortunate to pursue my goals at QMAT graduate school.
My name is Tom Dukatenzeiler and I’m in my first year of Master of Physics (preparing I had spent two years in « classes preparatoires » before coming to the University. Science there was really intense but I realized I didn’t want to be an engineer and wanted to work on fundamental physics and teach it. competitive exams to become a teacher) However, research is extremely tempting to me, particularly in the quantum field and I will certainly attempt a PhD in a couple of years.
I’m Yusuf. I was born in Mosul, Iraq. I did my bachelor’s degree in Strasbourg. I’m mostly interested in numerical application in physics and I would like to use that in either confessed matter physics or particle physics.
I am Deshan Sandanayake, a Sri Lankan graduate student of the QMat International Graduate School of the University of Strasbourg, following a Master’s degree (M1) in Physics. I am a B.Sc (special) graduate of the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, and am happy and proud to be a part of the prestigious QMat Graduate school with the interest of pursuing Subatomic physics as a specialization.
Ivan Saychenko, 26 years old, born in Russia. A decided to redo a cursus from L3 physics after stopping my PhD in applied physics (numerical simulations of semiconductors) because I prefer fundamental physics ^^. I’m fascinated by “abstract” physics, like relativity or quantum mechanics, which we can’t really understand but can, anyway, manipulate thanks to mathematics. Besides, I’m passionate about martial arts (I practice Kung Fu and Boxe Thai) and would like to continue music (guitar, accordion, maybe singing) when I will have some times.I’m very concerned by animal cause and try to do my best to contribute to their conditions and rights.
I begin my first year Master “Préparation à l’Agrégation”. I am a member of the QMat module in order to complete my training and to get stronger skills in exciting fields. I hope it will open up a world of interesting research for me. I am also deeply interested in doing a thesis after the “Agrégation” contest.