The aim of this track is to enable the students to build a broad knowledge skills  base  in applied chemistry and physics (including thermodynamics and kinetics) opening avenues to the main fields of chemical and environmental engineering, advanced materials engineering, as well as physical engineering. The acquired skills cover  a wide range of physical scales, from atomic to macroscopic and industrial dimensions, and prepare to the professions of the  engineering master in chemistry and materials science swell as the master  in physical engineering  (chemical and environmental engineering, sustainable chemistry and energy, nanotechnology, (nano)electronics, optics, advanced materials including biomaterials, sensors and transducers, etc.).