Doctor of Philosophy (Physics)

On successful completion of this programme, graduates should be able to:

  1. Design, develop and apply methods in the field of Physics to solve complex problems leading to substantial extension of existing knowledge or generation of new knowledge.
  2. Engage critically with scholarly and professional issues in the field of Physics, demonstrating the capacity to formulate solutions to complex problems and manage uncertainty.
  3. Plan and carry out projects of regional significance relevant to the field of Physics, both independently and collaboratively to reach independent conclusions.
  4. Articulate complex ideas effectively in Physics in written and oral formats and disseminate research outcomes to the wider public and scientific community.
  5. Apply critically ethical standards of the professional code of practice in physics-related research, recognising their intricacies, outcomes, and implications.”
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