Department of Applied Physics (School of Science) and Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering (School of Electrical Engineering) have entered into a study cooperation agreement with the Faculty of Science of University of Helsinki as of 14 October 2021. The agreement concerns the following groups of students:
- Students in the Master’s Programme in Engineering Physics
- Students in the Master’s Programme in Electronics and Nanotechnology
- Students in the Master’s Programme in Automation and Electrical Engineering
- Doctoral students of the School of Science in the field of engineering physics
- Doctoral students of the School of Electrical Engineering in the field of photonics and nanotechnology
- Doctoral students of the School of Electrical Engineering in the field of radio science and engineering.
These students may apply for the following courses in University of Helsinki. The courses are intended to complement the courses offered by the home university. Doctoral students: select courses that are under the headline "UH Courses, advanced studies" on the electronic application form.
The relevant courses of University of Helsinki are listed below. For specific details and course schedules, please use the search tool at https://sis-helsinki.funidata.fi/student/search or at https://studies.helsinki.fi/courses.
|BSPH2004||Introduction to quantum physics||5||BSc||EN|
|BSPH2005||Applications of quantum physics I: atoms and molecules||5||BSc||EN|
|BSPH2006||Applications of quantum physics II: solid state and elementary particles||5||BSc||EN|
|CSM14211||Introduction to the Programming Quantum Computers||5||MSc||EN|
|FILM-312a||Philosophy of Science, Advanced||5||MA||FI|
|FYS2003||Kvanttifysiikan perusteet (Basics of Quantum Physics)||5||BSc||FI|
|FYS2005||Kvanttifysiikan sovelluksia - Atomit ja molekyylit (Quantum physics applications)||5||BSc||FI|
|FYS2005||Kvantfysikens tillämpningar - Atomer och molekyler||5||BSc||SWE|
|FYS2006||Kvanttifysiikan sovelluksia - Tiivis aine ja alkeishiukkaset||5||BSc||FI|
|FYS2005||Kvantfysikens tillämpningar - Det fasta tillståndet och elementarpartiklar||5||BSc||SWE|
|FYS2019||Kvanttistatistiikka (Quantum Statistics)||5||BSc||FI|
|FYS2029||Kvanttilaskenta (Quantum Computing)||5||BSc||FI|
|KEM372||Laser Spectroscopy Instrumentation||5||MSc||EN|
|MAST31218||Introduction to Quantum Computation||5||MSc||EN|
|MAST31709||Optimal Stochastic Control||5||MSc||EN|
|MATR303||Solid State Physics||5||MSc||EN|
|MATR322||Numerical Methods in Scientific Computing||10||MSc||EN|
|MATR324||Monte Carlo simulations in physics||5||MSc||EN|
|PAP346||Path Integral Quantization of Gauge Field Theories||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM302||Quantum mechanics lia||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM303||Quantum mechanics lib||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM304||Mathematical Methods of Physics IIIa||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM305||Mathematical Methods of Physics IIIb||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM325||Kinetic Theory I||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM326||Kinetic Theory II||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM327||Quantum field theory I||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM328||Quantum field theory II||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM329||Quantum field theory III||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM332||Quantum field theory IV||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM333||Open Quantum Systems I||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM334||Open Quantum Systems II||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM320||Stochastic Methods A||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM321||Stochastic Methods B||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM322||Quantum Information A||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM323||Quantum Information B||5||MSc||EN|
|TCM306||Advanced Statistical Physics||5||MSc||EN|
The aim is to enable completing courses as flexibly as possible, provided there are places on the course. Any quotas are mentioned in the course descriptions. Course descriptions and course schedules can be found using the search tool at https://sis-helsinki.funidata.fi/student/search or at https://studies.helsinki.fi/courses.
Applications may be sent any time, but it must be done in good time before the course begins. The teacher has the right to limit the number of students and set any prerequisites. If the student does not fulfil the prerequisites or the course is full, the teacher may also reject the registrations.
The right to study is valid for a year. These courses may be completed only if the student’s right to study also in the home university is valid.
The applications are sent through an electronic form at https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/114254/lomake.html.
Add the courses to your study plan provisionally as a study draft.
Once you have completed the course(s), apply for credit transfer as specified in the instructions linked below. Follow the steps under the headline Applying for inclusion or a custom course credit through a study draft.
Attach an official transcript of records from the University of Helsinki to your credit transfer application.
The courses are entered into the student register of Aalto with the grade given by University of Helsinki.