Here, some M2 students of the 2021-2022 QMat cohort introduce themselves
I am a M2 student in the “Materials and Nanoscience” degree. After obtaining my licence degree in physics and chemistry at the University of Strasbourg, I joined QMat in September 2020 to follow and support me in my academic career. My goals are to become a researcher or engineer in the field of nano- and functional materials. During last year’s internship, I’ve found a strong interest in transmission electron microscopy, which is a powerful characterization technique for various materials.
I am a M1 Physics student at the University of Strasbourg and I am interested in the understanding of the quantum properties of matter. I am looking to join the M2 Condensed Matter and Nanophysics next year before starting a PhD, with the aim of doing a career in academic research.
I am a M1 student in Physics with a reinforcement by the Magistere of Fundamental Physics (MdPF). I have studied fundamental mathematics and physics in preparatory classes before entering the faculty of Physics & Engineers via the MdPF in first year. Since, I take a particular interest in quantum phenomena and Quantum Field Theory, so I would hope QMat enables me to discover experimental and theoretical works on these subjects thanks to its community.
I am Petros and I am an M1 student in the Faculty of Physics and Engineering in Strasbourg as part of the QMat master program. I hold a BSc degree in Physics with a specialization in Nuclear Physics, which I obtained after completing my studies at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. I am mostly interested in particle physics research and, more specifically, in physics research ‘beyond the Standard Model’, and for this reason, I aim to join the M2-PSA next year.
I’ve got my bachelors degree in the Faculty of Physics and Engineering of Strasbourg, and I am now a M1 student in Physics. I am mostly interested in quantum and subatomic physics and for this reason, I would like to join the M2-PSA next year.