Quantum information, quantum engineering, quantum computing, quantum devices, quantum materials
The Quantum thematic program offers specific high-level training at the Master’s level on the quantum properties of devices, matter and light. This program is incorporated into several UGA Master’s programs and engineer school pathways.
It will also offer grants for education abroad and internship scholarships which are open to international students. Research topics range from quantum information and computing devices (semiconductors, superconductors, solid-state or optical Qubits), quantum calculation and metrology, quantum sensors, to quantum materials (bulk, nanostructures and 2D systems) or complex systems and hardware developments for quantum information processing. It will also include multidisciplinary aspects in computer science, mathematics, human sciences and related technology.

How to apply

Please note that the labelling courses of this thematic program will be taught in English.

To apply to this programme, you must first be admitted to the first year of a Master's programme or in the second year of an engineering track in one of the following courses:
Master's degree / Engineering curriculum Year University Department / Engineering School Language
Master Nanosciences et Nanotechnologies, Parcours Nanophysics - Quantum Physics M1 PhITEM English
Ingénierie physique pour la photonique et la microélectronique (IPHY) 2A Phelma English
Master Nanosciences et Nanotechnologies, Parcours Nanophysics M2 PhITEM English
Master Nanosciences et Nanotechnologies, Parcours Quantum information and quantum engineering M2 PhITEM/Phelma French
Master Physique, Parcours Photonique et Semi-conducteurs M2 Phelma French

Specific courses for this thematic programme

Master 1 / 2nd year engineer track

  • UE PT1, Quantum labworks (3, ECTS).
  • UE PT2 Quantum statistics and interactions (3, ECTS).

Master 2 / 3e year engineer track

  • UE PT3, Quantum condensed matter (3 ECTS).
  • UE PT4, Quantum optics (3 ECTS).

Participating doctoral schools

Updated on  January 31, 2024