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MSc in Radiation Detection and Instrumentation – University of Surrey

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Recruiter
Surrey University, School of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
Posted
20 January 2012
Location
Surrey
Discipline
Physics
Level
Masters Courses
Course fee
Unspecified

Further information

 The Department of Physics has one of the largest nuclear and applied radiation physics research groups in the UK. Our MSc in Radiation Detection builds on our strong international reputation in detector physics and technology, and our existing excellent links with industry and with government institutes. The MSc was introduced by the Department in 2008 to address the needs of postgraduate training in detector physics, radiation instrumentation, and radiation detection applications. Nuclear detector technology and instrumentation are widely used across a range of application areas, including medical physics, various security fields, the nuclear industry and environmental monitoring, plus physics research areas such as high energy physics, nuclear physics and astronomy. This course is designed to give a complete grounding in the essential aspects of detection and instrumentation, plus the most recent advances in the field.

The Department of Physics has provided high quality MSc programmes for over thirty years and has one of the largest nuclear and applied radiation physics research groups in the UK. This MSc builds on our strong international reputation in detector physics and technology, and our existing excellent links with industry and with government institutes. These companies and institutes are in areas such as radiation physics, environmental monitoring and detector technology. For more MSc programmes from the Department of Physics, visit our website.

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Surrey University, School of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences


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