About the department

Our department consists of 25 research staff members, 4 (fte) teaching staff members, 6 technicians (exclusive the mechanical and electronic workshops), 75 postdocs and PhD students, and 350 students that follow bachelor and master degrees in Physics, Medical Natural Sciences and Science, Business and Innovation

Our research is organized in six research groups:

            Biophotonics & Medical Imaging  
            Physics of Living Systems
            Biophysics / Physics of Energy
            Photo Conversion Materials
            Quantum Metrology and Laser Applications
            Astro-Particle Physics


Our department hosts a Physical Practica & Didactics group, responsible for the training of experimental skills of undergraduate students and the development of new didactical methods.