Study at the Advanced Technology Institute

Industry needs graduates with up-to-date skills and the ability to expand and develop their products. Industries engaged in nanotechnology and nanomaterials research and development are no different, with numerous surveys of companies having pointed to the need for graduates with a strong background in engineering or in the physical sciences, supplemented with specialised skills.

MSc in Nanotechnology and Nanoelectronic Devices

Nanotechnology is essential for faster electronics with greater functionality and is the key for energy and sustainability, and is at the heart of every transistor found in every computer.  The ATI has a long established reputation in this field. 
Find out about our MSc in Nanotechnology and Nanoelectronic devices which is taught by internationally recognised experts and supported by leading research facilities.

Postgraduate Research (PhD)

We offer a wide range of research opportunities in several project areas. For full details of applying for a PhD please see our postgraduate research page.

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Degrees

Each member of academic staff in the ATI is a member of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering or Department of Physics and are fully involved in teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level.  For details of undergraduate courses in the Departments of Electronic Engineering and Physics please see the Undergraduate Prospectus. For details of postgraduate taught courses in the Departments of Electronic Engineering and Physics please see the Postgraduate Prospectus.

Nanostars

 

Mudugamawa Nilushan
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