The WAM master intends to provide full training and education to physicists who will be able to apprehend complex and interdisciplinary issues in modern physics. Differentiating itself from highly specialised Masters, this course claims its general approach, from theoretical physics to the development of technological systems. Immersed in internationally recognised institutes (INPHYNI, CRHEA, ARTEMIS), the students will get familiar with research requirements and adopt them. This privileged environment also offers a greater autonomy. Indeed, the WAM pathway is firmly focusing on project-based learning which covers nearly half of the ECTS credits attribution. This autonomy prepares the students to the completion of a doctoral thesis, leading to a position of researcher or research engineer in the major public institutions as well as in private R&D structures.
The semesters 1, 2 and 3 are divided into units of
3 or 6 ECTS credits. The semesters 2 and 4 offer respectively training courses of 3 and 6 months in a laboratory.
Click on the courses below to know more about the content and the number of ECTS credits for each unit
|Mathias Albert||Céline Cohen|
|Olivier Alibart||Claire Michel|
|Matthieu Bellec||Christophe Raufaste|
The courses will mainly take place on the campus Valrose at the
University of Nice Sophia Antipolis.
To get some general information about the master, you can contact us at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Please attach a CV and a cover letter to your email.
All candidates have to apply on the following website e-candidat through "STS - Physique fondamentale et applications → Master (LMD) → M1 ou M2 Ondes, Atomes, Matière".
Careful, you will have to create an account, and add some information before being able to apply.