University of Lincoln

University of Lincoln

Computational Physics

At the School of Mathematics and Physics, you will have the opportunity to advance your knowledge of computational physics, while developing your research skills and working with leading experts. Computational Physics is a fundamental area of study that underpins a vast array of topics. During your research, you will have the opportunity to work with leading experts and to develop strong national and international collaborations. Research in Computational Physics covers a broad spectrum, including the distinct areas of nanostructured soft matter, active matter, materials science and molecular biophysics. You benefit from dedicated academic supervisors, in-depth training programmes and state-of-the-art computational facilities. All our research students are encouraged to submit papers to international scientific journals, present their findings at conferences in the UK and overseas, and work collaboratively with colleagues across the University

Entry requirements

A good honours degree (2.1 or above) in a relevant subject.

Course modules

Research Areas include: nanostructured soft matter; active matter; materials science; molecular biophysics.


Qualification Study mode Fee Course duration
MSc (Res) Full-time - 9 months
MSc (Res) Part-time - 14 months
MPhil Full-time - 18 months
MPhil Part-time - 27 months
PhD Full-time - 27 months
PhD Part-time - 41 months

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