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In order to face and challenge the advancing era of photo-electronics and nano-technology, the curricula of the department emphasizes theory and practice not only on traditional Physics but also on photonics, material science, and nano-technology. In the curricula layout, fundamental courses and experiments are arranged in the freshman and sophomore years that include: fundamental general Physics experiments, basic optics, precise optical interference and diffraction experiments, optical fiber communication and testing experiments, and hologram photography. In junior and senior years, subjects in optoelectronic technology, thin film Physics, nanotechnology and microelectronics are provided. Advanced Physics and optics experiments are also implemented to equip our students with the experimental technique for future study and the job market.

The curricula map is planned for the students to better understand the related subjects they might need for their career. It is required that the students should take at least 98 credit hours in professional courses, including core courses that include 44 credit hours. In addition, 10 credits hours of inter-disciplined courses are also suggested for the students to meet the multivariate development of modern society.

The department faculty is conscientious and consuls students in regards to socially acceptable behaviors and the adaption of proper morals. By doing so, the atmosphere is always harmonious and heartwarming between faculty and students. In their four years of study at NPTU, a holistic educational perception will be fostered in addition to their solid Physics knowledge.

Currently, there are two full professors, six associate professors, two assistant professors and one project professor. All have graduated from well-known prestigious overseas and domestic institutions and have an enthusiasm for teaching and research. The current student population consists of 192 undergraduates and 18 postgraduates.

Our department has a variety of modern labs for teaching and conducting experiments, such as: an electronics lab, a computational physics lab, a microprocessor and signal-processing lab, a modern optics lab, a precise optics lab, a thin film physics lab, a nanostructures lab, an experiment and materialist synthesis and analysis lab, an electro-optics detecting lab and a machine shop.

M.S. Program [ 2015-04-21 ]
B.S. Program [ 2015-04-21 ]