Prospective Student

"Science is built of facts, as a house is built of bricks; but an accumulation of facts is no more science than a pile of bricks"
Jules Henri Poincaré

About us

The Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics is where research and teaching  in physics, computer science and mathematics take place within the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
The Department's main goal is training professional profiles in these three fields, so that they will be prepared for their future jobs as researchers or in companies.
Department video introduction (in italian).
Department brochure (in Italian)
The second, but not less important, objective is the research in physics, computer science and mathematics, that is carried on in collaborations with other Italian and international Universities and is funded by many national and international entities and industrial partners.
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Bachelor Programs

High school degree (or equivalent) is mandatory to enrol in any bachelor program. At the end of these three years program, students will acquire a "Laurea" degree.
The Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics offers the following bachelor programs:

Master Programs

Bachelor Degree is mandatory to enrol in any Master Program. At the end of these two years program, students will acquire a "Laurea Magistrale" degree.
The Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics offers the following bachelor programs:

Campus and Department buildings

The Department teaching activity takes place by the two Department buildings located in the University Campus in "Via Campi 213" in Modena.
The Campus is reachable in 10-15 minutes from Modena railway station using public transportations, and in 45 minutes with a direct shuttle from the ​​ G. Marconi in Bologna.
Maps and Directions
In each building students can find classrooms, didactical labs and study rooms, as well as professors offices, research labs and the student affair office. 
On campus students can find the scientific library (BSI), the canteen and the student guest house.

Doctoral Programs

Laurea Magistrale degree (or equivalent) is mandatory to enrol in PhD programs and admission to the program is subject to public examination.
Professors and researches of the Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics are involved in the following PhD programs:

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