Students who are formed within the framework of the programme will benefit from a wide range of teaching activities for postgraduate students:

1) Masters directly related to this program and in which up to 14 doctors program members participate as teachers. Among them will cite (Interuniversity) Molecular nanoscience, physics of condensed matter and (Interuniversity) nanotechnology, energy technologies of low CO2 emissions (with the participation of IMDEA energy), materials engineering (UPM), Master in materials compounds UPM-EADS and Biophysics (UAM).

Some of the master which play an important role some participants in this program, can be found on the corresponding web pages:


Universities: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universitat de València (Coordinator), Universitat d’Alacant, Universidad de Valladolid, Universitat Jaume I de Castellon, Universidad de Castilla la Mancha, y Universidad de La Laguna. This master is really inter-university because classes are held with students of all universities together. The master has an impact in scientific and technological areas of current interest such as Molecular electronics, Molecular magnetism, Supramolecular Chemistry, surface physics, Molecular materials science, or the medical physics. The molecular approach is a feature specifies unique of this Master which gives an added value, since it is in the molecular nanoscience where the experience of chemists and biologists in the design and self-Assembly of molecules is complemented by the physicists in the study and manipulation of nano-scale objects and Nano.

Duration: Two academic years. 16-20 months depending on which is carried out a route 96 or 120 credits
Credits ECTS: 96-120
People: 100
Place: Madrid
Leveling courses: More Info
Theorical & Practical: Intensive four-week course in rotation among all participating universities.
Experimental work: Madrid.
Language: Castellano /English

Master's degree in condensed matter physics and nanotechnology

The official graduate program in condensed matter physics and nanotechnology is an interuniversity program offered jointly by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (coordinating University), the University of Murcia and the University of Oviedo. It includes a research-oriented master's degree and a doctorate.

The objective of the programme is to provide graduates in physics or related disciplines a coherent and modern, and education aimed at research of excellence, on a wide range of basic, methodological and technological aspects in the field of the physics of condensed matter, essentially in the study and understanding of the fundamental properties of solids and liquids , as well as in the area of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The main areas that covers this official postgraduate program in condensed matter physics and nanotechnology, and in which is can encompass the different subjects of the master's works as well as possible doctoral theses are:

Physical study of scale matter nanoscale
Scanning probe Microscopies and spectroscopies of sweep by tunnel effect
Surface Physics
Quantum Solids Theory
Physical properties of solids at low temperatures
Superconductivity and superfluidity
Magnetic nanostructures
Crystals Physics, disordered solids and complex fluids
Physical statistics of condensed matter
Computational methods in condensed matter physics

Four Early Stage Researchers Workshops will be organized in Nanoscience used the community of postgraduated and future scientists present their results and discuss them both with other young scientific as scientists with more experience. In addition, the Institute IMDEA energy organizes anually a day in which young researchers present their results in materials and energy technology processes.
Summer schools of the INC will be organized at La Cristalera: "The role of Graphene materials technology" and "The role of Graphene in energy technologies" (Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain), aimed at improving training of younger scientists and facilitate its interaction with established scientists. The Summer Schools have a long history and tradition.


ICMM/CSIC annually organizes the "Frontiers in materials science" course with a program (http://www.icmm.csic.es/eng/training/fronteras-en-ciencia-de-materiales/) in many aspects related to the objectives of the East project and involving as teachers some doctors in this proposal. The course is free of charge and trainees within the Consortium will have a preferential treatment.

The Flagship Graphene, the most ambitious European project on Graphene and in which they are involved several doctors of the Consortium, regularly organizes for the formation of its younger participants and workshops dedicated to industrial applications of Graphene. This consortium members regularly participate as teachers and/or organizers of these events. It is hoped that this fact strongly encourage participation in these events in training young people as well as industrial partners of this proposal.

During the development of the project, will carry out a series of technical workshops by participating laboratories, which include both training in the synthesis and manufacturing of nanomaterials and their integration in composite materials and advanced characterization techniques. These days, will also count with the participation of some of the companies participating in the project as BRUKER.

In order to meet the composite assembly line the Project Coordination will organize a visit to the Airbus facilities in Getafe.