Postgraduate Studies in Modern Electronic Technologies

Introduction

Since 1996, a Postgraduate Studies Program in Modern Electronic Technologies is operating in co-operation with the Chemistry Department and the Laboratory of Medical Physics of the School of Medicine of the University of Ioannina. The Programme aims to train postgraduate students in the field of Electronics and Telecommunications, contributing in the research and development of modern technology areas. The Program leads to a M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree in Modern Electronic Technologies in Physics.
Candidates are graduate students of Physics, Chemistry, Medical Physics, Computer Science, Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering or other relevant specialties from national or foreign Universities and Institutes. Selection of candidates is based on interview, foreign language examination and curriculum vitae evaluation. Oral or written examinations may as well be performed and students may be obliged to attend specific undergraduate courses of the Physics Department.
To obtain a degree, students are required to succeed in courses, carry out a research project and write a M.Sc. or Ph.D. dissertation which is presented in public and evaluated. Postgraduate students may receive financial support on the basis of academic and social criteria.

Courses
First Semester: Electronic Physics, Digital Electronics, Computer Architecture, Microprocessors - Microcontrollers, Analog Electronics, Instrumentation and Applications in Medicine, Instrumentation and Applications in Physics, VHDL design, Noise Theory, Assembly Language - Laboratory course for microcontrollers.

Second Semester: Computer Networks, Wireless Communications, Optical Communications, Instrumentation and Applications in Chemistry, Linear Circuits Theory, Telecommunication Networks, ,Transmission lines, Filters.
Third Semester: M.Sc. Dissertation