MS/Ph.D. Program

 

The MS/Ph.D. Physics program is offered in three futuristic areas of Physics.
  • Nanotechnology
  • Radiation Physics
  • Theoretical Physics
The program is aimed to attract:
  • Graduate students who want to broaden their knowledge and to have hands-on experience with applicable research tools.
  • Professionals looking to remain at the forefront seeking higher education.
The Department of Physics in collaboration with National Center for Physics and various other national educational / research organizations is offering an unprecedented series of graduate programs to enhance education and research in emerging sciences and technologies. The strong support provided by NCP gives an exciting opportunity to the students to get hands on experience of working in the advanced laboratories of the country where our graduate students have been allowed access to undertake their experimental research under the joint supervision of IIU faculty and the NCP scientists.
 
Eligibility Criteria:
As per Advertisement
 
 
SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR MS/PhD PHYSICS WITH SPECILIZATION IN
Nanotechnology / Theoretical Physics/ Radiation Physics

Semester

Course Code

Name of the Subject

Credit hours

First

PHY 601

Advanced Mathematical Methods        

3(3,0)

For nanotechnology

For Radiation Physics

For Theoretical Physics

PHY603

PHY606

PHY605

Introduction to Nanoscience & Technology

Radiation Physics

Electrodynamics

3(3,0)

3(3,0)

3(3,0)

 

Elective I

3(3,0)

 

Elective II

3(3,0)

Second

 

Elective III       

3(3,0)

 

Elective IV                              

3(3,0)

 

Elective V                    

3(3,0)

 

Elective VI      

3(3,0)

Third

PHY604

Research Methodology

Non credit

PHY699

Research Thesis

3(3,0)

Fourth

PHY699

Research Thesis

3(3,0)

Fifth

 

PhD Level Course I

3(3,0)

 

PhD Level Course II

3(3,0)

 

PhD Level Course III

3(3,0)

Sixth

 

PhD Level Course IV

3(3,0)

 

PhD Level Course V

3(3,0)

 

PhD Level Course VI

3(3,0)

Seventh on wards

 

Research

 

 
MS / PhD level Elective courses
 

Course  Code

Course Name

Credit Hours

PHY 607

Advance Quantum Mechanics

3(3,0)

PHY 608

Statistical Mechanics

3(3,0)

PHY 609

Mathematical Methods

3(3,0)

PHY 610

Radiation Protection and Health Physics

3(3,0)

PHY 611

Environmental Radiation Dosimetry

3(3,0)

PHY 612

Radiation Laboratory

3(3,0)

PHY 613

Radiation Detection and Measurements

3(3,0)

PHY 614

Principle, Method and Applications of Nuclear Tracks

3(3,0)

PHY 615

Nuclear Physics

3(3,0)

PHY 616

Nanomaterials & Applications

3(3,0)

PHY 617

Experimental techniques in Nanotechnology

3(3,0)

PHY 618

Solid State Electronic Devices

3(3,0)

PHY 619

Electronic Materials Processing

3(3,0)

PHY 620

Fundamentals of Optical Fibers & Optical Signal Processing

3(3,0)

PHY 621

Optoelectronic Devices

3(3,0)

PHY 622

Physics of Lasers

3(3,0)

PHY 623

Solid state Theory

3(3,0)

PHY 624

Nonconventional Energy Resources

3(3,0)

PHY 625

Optical Communications & Networks: Design and Simulation

3(3,0)

PHY 626

Integrated Optics

3(3,0)

PHY 627

Environmental Physics

3(3,0)

PHY 628

Errors and Data Analysis

1(0,1)

PHY 629

Heavy Ion Physics

3(3,0)

PHY 630

Medical Physics

3(3,0)

PHY 631

Geo Physics

3(3,0)

PHY 632

Applied Quantum Mechanics

3(3,0)

PHY 633

Plasma Physics-I         

3(3,0)

PHY 634

Plasma Physics-II        

3(3,0)

PHY 635

Quantum Field Theory – I

3(3,0)

PHY 636

Introduction to Particle Physics Phenomenology

3(3,0)

PHY 637

Quantum Field Theory – II

3(3,0)

PHY 638

Gravitation and Cosmology

3(3,0)

PHY 639

Standard Model (SWG)

3(3,0)

PHY 640

Conducting Polymers

3(3,0)

PHY 641

Microsystems Technology

3(3,0)

PHY 642

Nano-Optics

3(3,0)

PHY 643

Growth of Nano-Structured material

3(3,0)

PHY 644

Nano-Structural Characterization Techniques

3(3,0)

PHY 645

Electronic properties of Nano materials

3(3,0)

PHY 646

Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

3(3,0)

PHY 647

Advanced Mathematical Methods –I

3(3,0)

PHY 648

Advanced Mathematical Methods –II

3(3,0)

PHY 649

Advanced Computer Physics

3(3,0)

PHY 650

Mathematical Modeling & Simulation

3(3,0)

PHY 651

Monte Carlo Methods for Physicist

3(3,0)

PHY 701

Nuclear Tracks in Nanotechnology      

3(3,0)

PHY 702

Lasers and Photonics

3(3,0)

PHY 703

Nano structured Materials        

3(3,0)

PHY 704

Optical Communications I        

3(3,0)

PHY 705

Optical Communication II        

3(3,0)

PHY 706

Laser Spectroscopy

3(3,0)

PHY 707

Quantum Computation – I

3(3,0)

PHY 708

Quantum Computation – II

3(3,0)

PHY 709

 Quantum Optics

3(3,0)

PHY 710

Materials Science – I

3(3,0)

PHY 711

Vacuum Science & Technology

3(3,0)

PHY 712

Materials Science – II

3(3,0)

PHY 713

Surface Physics

3(3,0)

PHY 714

Group Theory

3(3,0)

PHY 715

Mathematical and Computational Methods in Physics

3(3,0)

PHY 716

Optics Laboratory

1(0,1)

PHY 717

Optical Fiber Devices and Sensors

3(3,0)

EE    571  

Advance Microelectronic Technology

3(3,0)

EE    671

Microsystems Technology        

3(3,0)

EE    667 

Modeling and Simulations of Semiconductor Devices    

3(3,0)

EE    771

Special Topics in Quantum Computing and Quantum Devices

3(3,0)

EE    560

Advanced Computer Architecture

3(3,0)

EE    772 

Advance topics in Nanotechnology

3(3,0)