Laboratories | Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics at the Gdańsk University of Technology

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Students of technical physics and nanotechnology use well-equipped laboratories during their studies, where they gradually become acquainted with increasingly complex physical experiments. Since 2013, students have been using modern laboratories of the Gdańsk Tech Nanotechnology Centre, equipped with modern educational and research equipment, such as AFM/STM educational microscopes, multifunctional AFM/STM microscope, scanning electron microscopes, optical microscope, confocal microscope, thin inorganic layer deposition devices, nanoindentometers, microhardness meter, X-ray diffractometer, X-ray photoelectron spectrometer, IR spectrometer, DTA-DSC thermal analysers with mass spectrometer and electromagnetic property tester operating in the temperature range of 5-400K.


Students preparing their Batchelor and Master theses use specialised laboratories run by academics staff.
 Students of the Applied Physics & Mathematics Faculty during their studies work in the faculty computer laboratories, which are also available to them during non-working hours.