AtoSiM: General Organisation


The general organisation of the program and the corresponding mobility arrangements are described in the table below:

Semester 1: Amsterdam
Time Content credits
May Self-study material for deficiencies
Aug. Welcome Amsterdam
Sep.-Oct. Quantum Theory of Molecules and Matter 6
Sep.-Oct. Statistical Theory of Complex Molecular Systems 6
Nov.-Dec. Understanding Quantum Chemistry 6
Jan. Understanding Molecular Simulation 6
Sep.-Feb. Scientific Computing Research Project 6
Semester 2: Rome
Time Content credits

Molecular Biology
6

Computational Statistical Mechanics
6
Mar - Jul
Analytical Mechanics
6
  Biophysics II
6

Physics  of Liquids
6
Semester 3: Lyon
Time Content credits
Aug.-Dec. Welcome Lyon

Computational statistical physics 6

Theoretical chemistry ("RFCT" label) 6

Principles and application of density functional theory (DFT) for electronic structure calculations 6

Nonequilibrium statistical mechanics 6

Advanced electromagnetism and optics
6

Advanced quantum mechanics 6

Advanced Condensed matter: electrons in interaction 6

Advanced soft condensed matter 6

Phase transitions and critical phenomena 6

Nonlinear physics and instabilities 6

Quantum field theory and gauge theory
3

Cosmology and gravitational systems
3

Nanophysics 3

Particle physics
6
January Literature Study related to research project
6
Semester 4
Time Content credits
Feb.-July Research project 30