The International Master in Advanced Methods in Particle Physics (IMAPP) is a joint degree program offered by the physics departments of the University of Bologna (Italy), the University of Clermont Auvergne (France) and the TU Dortmund University (Germany) and it is supported by internationally recognized affiliated partner institutions. The main focus of the program is on experimental and theoretical particle physics. Methodologically, the program is based on three pillars, each of which is associated with one of the three universities.
These are machine learning and statistical data analysis (University of Clermont Auvergne), device and detector physics (TU Dortmund University), as well as large-scale scientific computing and programming (University of Bologna). Training in these methodological aspects is the second focus of the program. The language of the courses is English and the program includes students from all over the world. The envisaged mobility schedule includes study phases at each of the three universities and a stay at one of the universities or an associated partner for an internship during the fourth semester. During the program, students will participate in two international summer schools, field trips to international particle physics laboratories such as CERN and DESY, and interact with other research institutes around the world at an academic trade fair during the third semester.
Courses will be taught by local experts and, in addition, visiting scholars. Successful students will be awarded a joint diploma signed by all three universities. They will be equipped with modern technical skills and strong digital literacy. Along with the cultural and linguistic dimension, graduates will have all the necessary skills and abilities required by the job market and required for an academic career.
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