Energy efficiency and sustainable energy supply are cornerstones of the energy turnaround. They also require new ways of material development for energy conversion and storage. The new Bachelor’s program in Energy and Materials Physics meets these requirements. The Bachelor’s program in Energy and Material Physics provides students with a sound knowledge of physics, chemistry and material properties, thus laying the foundations for a material physics education that includes energy-relevant study contents such as solar energy conversion and functional materials for energy conversion and energy storage.
In addition, it provides insights into energy resources and energy technologies and qualifies graduates for further training in materials science, energy technology and physical-technological master’s programs, but above all for the consecutive master’s program in energy and material physics at the University. In their interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science (B. Sc. ) education, students benefit from the special opportunities offered by a small university, such as personal supervision.