Soft Electronic Materials at Imperial College London - UCAS

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Course summary

Learn how to create and optimise new types of electronic materials and devices for a diverse range of applications on this interdisciplinary course. Deepen your understanding of a thriving area of research, which targets applications such as light-emitting diodes, batteries, wearable electronics devices and sensors. You'll engage with highly multidisciplinary science during your studies. The programme will span physics, chemistry, materials science, chemical engineering and bioengineering. Over 12 months, you'll explore topics including organic and inorganic semiconductors, material synthesis and processing, materials characterisation, and device physics and applications. Research activities are wide-ranging, from modelling molecules and materials, to measuring and analysing materials and device performance for targeted applications. The course is comprised of lectures and advanced skills training, as well as a substantial independent research project and thesis.

Entry requirements

2:1 in a relevant engineering, mathematical or physical sciences subject. Non-STEM degrees and relevant experience through work will also be considered. We also accept a wide variety of international qualifications.

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Soft Electronic Materials at Imperial College London - UCAS