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Experimental Techniques

Experimental instruction represents a large portion of the Master's training. Creating and using an experimental set-up, from its design to the analysis of its results, constitutes an essential aspect of the research profession in both physics and chemistry.

The Physics & Chemistry training programme seeks to provide students with an overall mastery of the major discipline chosen. This mastery, often complemented by obtaining an agrégation in physics or chemistry, is an asset for our graduates valued by their potential recruiters, in both the academic and industrial research sectors. Acquiring this global understanding of physics and/or chemistry necessitates both advanced theoretical instruction and experimental projects incorporating the most diverse techniques. This strong emphasis on combining both theory and experimentation is a major feature of our Master's training programme.

A few examples of experimental facilities/resources dedicated to our Master's training:


In physics:



In chemistry: