The Physics Division

 
The Physics Division of the School of Science and Technology coordinates teaching and research activities in Physics at the University of Camerino (UniCam). Our course offerings range from freshman seminars to advanced graduate classes. Undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are mentored in research in condensed matter, atomic and laser physics, as well as quantum information and nuclear physics. We enjoy close connections to other Science Divisions including Chemistry, Earth Sciences, and Computer Science. The Physics Division has a strong international program with several established connections with foreign institutions and research centers. 
The Physics Division has a longstanding tradition and a solid scientific reputation being currently ranked among the best Physics schools in Italy (ANVUR global factor R=1.09 in 2013). The Camerino University, offering remarkable research and teaching infrastructures, as well as valuable student services, is ranked first among the small-scale Italian University (less than 10000 students, according to CENSIS in 2013). The teaching activities ranked second in the Italian CENSIS-La Repubblica 2015/2016 guide and largely the first in center/south Italy (101, being the average score of all Italian Universities 86.6).
 
Flag of Italy.svg    Corso di laurea e offerta didattica in Fisica presso Unicam:
                                                          
Flyer 2016 of the Bachelor Degree in Physics  
Flyer 2016 of the Master Degree in Physics      

Qualità della didattica: secondi in Italia e primi nel centro-sud nella classifica CENSIS-Repubblica

Corso di Laurea triennale in Fisica rinnovato, con il nuovo Curriculum in "Innovazione Tecnologica" !!

 

 
           
 
 
 
 
"Ma chi sono i fisici ?
Sono coloro che ci hanno regalato la quasi totalità del benessere e che nessuno conosce, 
che non sono dei VIP, che non sono ricchi, e che spesso sono misconosciuti. 
I fisici, a cui va tutto il mio riconoscimento, sono i nostri sacerdoti laici, i veri e unici sacerdoti. 
I fisici possono anche sbagliare ma non hanno mai voluto e non vorranno mai mistificare nulla."

 
[da un lettore del Corriere della Sera on-line]