Welcome at the Department of Physics
Who we are
The Department of Physics supports and coordinates research activities in most areas of Physics. It also manages the Bachelor's Degree in Physics and the Master's Degree in Physical Sciences.
Didattica della Fisica
Enrollment in the Bachelor's Degree Programme in Physics -- Academic Year 2022/23
The enrollment in the Bachelor's Degree Programme in Physics for the academic year 2022/23 will be possible starting from the 16th of May until the 3rd of October 2022. The procedure is wholly on-line.
Premiazione Higgs
Concorso INFN "10 anni dalla scoperta del bosone di Higgs"
Premiati 4 studenti del dipartimento: Nicholas Bova, Andrea De Vita, Giacomo Frigerio e Angelo Portas Chiesa (nella foto con il direttore generale del CERN Fabiola Gianotti).
ricerca per home
The research activity at the Department of Physics covers several branches: theoretical and experimental physics, condensed matter, nuclear and particle physics, astrophysics, applied physics, science education and history of physics. In addition there are several active collaborations with national and international research centers.
International school
ISAIT 2022 School
The International School on "ADVANCED IMAGING TECHNIQUES - ISAIT" is to be held in Pavia from 12 to 16 September 2022.

The School, addressed to students graduated in scientific faculties, will be devoted to advanced imaging techniques (CT, MRI, PET, SPECT, microscopy imaging ...) as well as Radiomics and Artificial Intelligence.

The topics are ranging from basic principles to clinical applications, and visits to hospitals and research laboratories are foreseen.
Covid 19
Covid: Rules for Lecture and Exams during the 2nd Semester
Prepared by the Crisis Unit of the University of Pavia
Thanks to the innovative education that combines a multidisciplinary attitude with high quality specialisation, the UniPV Department of Physics gave me the opportunity to explore new fields after my Master, until I landed at the European Central Bank.
Laura Parisi
Team Lead ECB Climate Change Centre
Laura Parisi Unipv
Thanks to the international collaborations and skills acquired during my PhD in Physics in Pavia, I could move to Canada and join a young dynamic company, strongly oriented to research and development of new technologies in the field of quantum computing.
Matteo Menotti
Quantum Photonics Researcher Xanadu Quantum Technologies Inc.
Matteo Menotti Unipv
The training I received at the Department of Physics was fundamental to continuing my professional career and gave me a sound basis for pursuing my PhD abroad in a highly interdisciplinary environment.
Alessandra Lucini Paioni
EU Grant Consultant & Research Project Manager
Alessandra Lucini Paioni