Master Courses

Deadline for the registration for master courses on Zeus is 30 november 2023.

The following master courses are offered:

Subject area A: Chemical aspects of functional materials

The courses are offered as 6 or 12 credit option.

Summer term 2024:

  • Synthesis and Properties of Functional Materials (Prof. Dr. S. Mecking)

Winter term 2023/24:

  • Advanced Element-Organic Chemistry (Prof. Dr. M. Unterlass, Prof. Dr. R. Winter)
  • Advanced Physical Chemistry (Prof. Dr. A. Zumbusch)
  • Dispersion Colloids in Research and Industry (Prof. Dr. A. Wittemann)
  • Nanochemistry and -analytics (Dr. C. Ruiz-Agudo)

Subject area B: Physical aspects of functional materials

The Department of Physics has a regularly changing offer of master's courses.
Information on Physic lectures: here

Summer semester 2024:

- Soft Matter Physics (10 ECTS)
- Nanophotonics, Biophysics and Ultrafast Dynamics with Electron Microscopy (10 ECTS)
- Advanced Solid State Spectroscopy (10 ECTS)

Winter semester 2023/24:

  •  Statistical Mechanics (10 ECTS)
  •  Magnetism - from Basics to Application (10 ECTS)
  •  Semiconductor Technology and Physics of Solar Cells (8 oder 10 ECTS)
  •  Molecular Electronics (5 ECTS)
  •  Solid State Physics (9 ECTS)

Subject area C: Additional courses from the chemistry and physics master's programmes, if you have not completed them before


The courses are offered as 6 or 12 ECTS credit courses.

  • Advanced Organic Chemistry (Prof. Dr. T. Gaich, Prof. Dr. A. Marx, Prof. Dr. V. Wittmann), winter term 
  • Advanced Physical Chemistry (Prof. A. Zumbusch), winter term
  • Biocatalysis - From Chemical Logic to Modern Enzymology (Prof. Dr. L. Barra, Prof. Dr. Jörg Hartig) winter term
  • Biophysical Chemistry (Prof. Dr. K. Hauser, Prof. Dr. M. Drescher), winter term
  • Biopolymer Chemistry (Nucleic Acids, Carbohydrates, Proteins) - (Prof. Dr. A. Marx, Prof. Dr. V. Wittmann), summer term 
  • Breakthroughs in natural sciences exemplified by granted Nobel prizes (Prof. Dr. M. Kovermann), only lecture 3 credits, no practical course, winter term
  • Computational Chemistry (Prof. Dr. C. Peter), summer term
  • Gene Expression and Replication (Prof. Dr. J. Hartig / Prof. Dr. A. Marx), winter term
  • High-resolution NMR spectroscopy directed to biological and biophysical applications (Prof. Dr. M. Kovermann), summer term
  • Industrial Chemistry and Renewable Resources (Prof. Dr. S. Mecking), winter term
  • Metal-organic Chemistry and Catalysis (Prof. Dr. R. Winter), summer term (not in summer 2024) 
  • Molecular Spectroscopy (Prof. Dr. M. Drescher), summer term
  • Synthesis of natural products and drugs (Prof. Dr. T. Gaich), summer term
  • Working with scientific data: significance, handling & case studies, 3 Cr. online self-teaching course, no practical course (Prof. Dr. M. Kovermann), WS