The programme trains in the multidisciplinary aspect of nanotechnologies and offers five specialisations:
- nanophysics: quantum phenomena, molecular transports, spintronics, simulation, physical characterisations, etc.;
- nanochemistry: synthesis of nanoparticles, chemical and physico-chemical characterisation, quantum chemistry, etc.;
- nanoelectronics: micro- and nanoelectronics, MEMS, NEMS, electronic characterisation, etc.;
- nanomaterials: nanocomposites, nanothreads, nanotubes, polymers, etc.;
- nanobiotechnologies: biomaterials, biophysics, nanomedicine, biosensors, etc.
This programme is accessible to:
- holders of a master (120) in engineering sciences;
- holders of a master degree (120) in agronomic sciences and bioengineering, sciences, biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences, as well as holders of the academic degree of master in Business Engineering: upon application for admission;
- holders of Belgian and foreign second-cycle degrees: upon application for admission.
In each of the specialisations, the training programme is composed of at least 60 credits.
This programme includes:
- a common core of 30 credits including a research work (thesis) done in a laboratory of one of the six institutions organising the Master (27 credits), transversal seminars and a personnel work (3 credits);
- a specialised training (8 to 15 credits);
- options in the form of courses of your choice (15 to 22 credits).