I. Space Science and Engineering Program
The space field is an interdisciplinary subject that is extremely sophisticated and fast-changing in research and industrial applications. In order to do research in this field, in addition to the profession, space-related interdisciplinary knowledge and skills (including science and engineering) are required.
To cultivate talents in the field of cutting-edge research and industrial R&D with a broaden vision and hands-on skills, the course will bring the students with core competencies required for undertaking space science and engineering research, and abilities to analyze satellite issues with their professions.
Aim of the Course:
1. Integrate relevant courses in the university: help students to build a broaden vision in space research and industry through the science and engineering sub-areas covered by the course.
2. The curriculum and implementation are equally important: shorten the gap between students entering the research field and the industry.
3. Connect with the industry: cultivate talents suitable for the industry through special topics and internships.
Program supported by Department of Physics, Department of Earth Sciences, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Master’s program).
II. Plasma Program
Today, in the pursuit of industrial upgrading, the connection between basic science and applied science or engineering has become particularly important. Plasma physics plays a very important role in many applied sciences (nuclear fusion, space technology, biomedical optoelectronics, etc.) and industry (semiconductor processes). The course will be based on plasma science, rooted in solid plasma physics knowledge, and in conjunction with advanced application courses to gain an in-depth understanding of the application of plasma physics in different industries, which allowing students to be multi-disciplinary and competitive in the industry. Starting from the plasma science, we strengthen the basic plasma knowledge and cooperate with the application course to help students have a more systematic understanding of plasma science and its applications.
Program supported by Department of Chemistry (Master’s program), Department of Earth Sciences (Master’s program), Department of Photonics (Master’s program), Institute of Applied Mathematics, Institute of Physics, Institute of Space and Plasma Sciences, Department of Chemistry Engineering, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Department of Geomatics, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Master’s program), Institute of Engineering Science, Institute of Electrical Engineering, Institute of Microelectronics, Institute of Oral Medicine, Institute of Biomedical engineering.