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Physics at Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg

  

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Address:  Fachbereich Physik
Carl von Ossietzky-Stra├če
Oldenburg,  
26111
Germany
Phone:  +49-(0)441-798-3453
Fax:  +49-(0)441-798-3201
Email:  angelika.weinrich@uni-oldenburg.de
Website:  http://www.physik.uni-oldenburg.de/
Chair: Dr. Jutta Kunz-Drolshagen
 
General Department Info
Degrees
Offered:
  Bachelors Masters Doctorate
Staff & Student
Numbers:
 
 
Faculty: 14

  Staff: 65
Post Docs: 25

  Grads: 37
Under Grads: 42

Research
Areas:
  **Study*: - Master of Science in Physics (German: Physik Diplom), 5 years - Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics, 3 years - Master of Science / Engineering in Engineering Physics, 5 years **Research* /(Experimental and Applied): - Acoustics - Applied Optics - Energy- and Semiconductor-Research - Semiconductors and Radiation Conversion - Hydrodynamics - Medical Physics - Marine Physics - Molecular Biophysics - Research Group on Higher Education and History of Science /(Theory): - Condensed Matter Theory - Field Theory - Statistical Physics **Focus*: - Physical Environmental Analysis - Special Research Foundation (Sonderforschungsbereich) Neurocognition - Graduate School in Psychoacoustics - European Graduate School for Neurosensory Science, Systems and Application
Facilities:  laser devices for Remote Sensing, high-power ps-spectroscopy, holografic interferometry, PIV. anechoic chamber, acoustic wind tunnel, special facilities for acoustics and audiology wind turbine and solar engergy devices for investigation of regenerative energy conversion. semiconductor material development. large analytic facilities for the investigation of surface and low-temperature physics.











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