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Pathways in Physics - Dr. Cynthia Heiner tells her personal story

Dr. Cynthia Heiner will talk about her way as a physicist - from school, through her studies and doctorate, to working in the team of physics Nobel Prize winner Carl Wieman.

Master of Science - Apply for our Graduate Program in Physics

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Application period: December 1, 2020 - February 15, 2021

Physics Research and Study Programs at the Freie Univeristät Berlin

We explore both experimentally and theoretically the topics of biophysics, ultrafast physics, and nanoscale/surface physics. The department focuses on fundamental research which, we hope, will transform the society in the coming decades.

We are passionate about teaching. Our flexible study plans provide core physics knowledge combined with insights from modern research. In addition to attending lectures, our students work in the state-of-the-art laboratories and take part in running the department.

We constantly test and evaluate innovative teaching and learning concepts. In particular, the digital solutions for school teaching that we develop in the didactic of physics are passes onto future physics teachers.

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