The Master's programme in Molecular Simulation and Photonics focuses on state-of-the-art computational and photonic research of structure, dynamics and function in atomic, (bio)molecular and multiscale systems. The programme is closely linked to leading international research programmes in the Amsterdam area, allowing the integration of teaching and research in:
* Molecular Photoscience * Computational Physics and Chemistry * Theoretical Chemistry * Biophysics * Biomedical Physics * Quantum Atom Optics
Studying Molecular Simulation and Photonics at the University of Amsterdam
This programme involves leading research groups in chemistry and physics at the University of Amsterdam and VU University Amsterdam, which form part of the Amsterdam Institute for Lasers and Biophotonics (AILSBP) and the Amsterdam Centre for Multiscale Modelling (ACMM). Research groups of the allied Dutch National Institutes AMOLF (FOM Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics) and the FOM Institute for Plasma Physics in Rijnhuizen also contribute to the programme. Research carried out by these groups is supported by numerous national and international (individual and institutional) grants. Sensor protein uncovered
Using sophisticated computer simulations, chemists at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) have managed to shed light on the unfurling process of a sensor protein.
Applicants should hold either a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry or Physics, or a suitable level of a Physics or Science major. In the latter case the level of the student's physics and mathematics ability is subject to assessment by the Master's track coordinator.
Recipient: University of Amsterdam
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