Doctoral Programme in Science, Technology and Computing (SCITECO)

The Doctoral Programme in Science, Technology and Computing combines science with computational analysis and technology to form a multidisciplinary programme. The computational component includes computing sciences, mathematics and inverse problems and mathematical modelling. Science and technology combine photonics, chemistry and medical physics and technology. The purpose of the doctoral programme is to provide students with the competences required to create new knowledge, apply scientific research methods in a critical manner and independently, and to work in demanding expert and research positions in academia, business and the public sector.

On the programme, students can complete a doctoral degree in the following fields of science and research: photonics, computer science, mathematics, computational physics and inverse problems, chemistry, medical physics and technology. Research conducted in internationally acknowledged research groups forms a key part of the studies. Students will benefit from wide-ranging networking opportunities during their studies.