Optical Technologies - Future Industry of the 21st Century

The aim of the Master Course is to educate specialists and leaders for the optical industry in Germany, as stated in the German Agenda for Optical Technologies in the 21st Century. The new master course qualifies young academics for a PhD thesis in optics and photonics. The HOT coordinates the master programme Optical Technologies: Photonics and Laser Technology (M.Sc.) at the Leibniz University Hannover.

The aim of the Master Course is to educate specialists and leaders for the optical industry in Germany, as stated in the German Agenda for Optical Technologies in the 21st Century. The new master course qualifies young academics for a PhD thesis in optics and photonics. The HOT coordinates the master programme Optical Technologies: Photonics and Laser Technology (M.Sc.) at the Leibniz University Hannover.

PARTICIPATING FACULTIES

The Faculties of Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics and Physics and the Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH) have set themselves the goal of further expanding the field of optical technologies in research and teaching. Each of the participating institutions traditionally deals with partial aspects of this subject area in research and teaching. Due to the complexity and topicality of the field of optical technologies, teaching in this field is bundled in a separate interdisciplinary master's programme.