a) Solid State Physics II: You must choose this course, as it provides the basics of solid state physics on the master's level.

b) Introduction to Solid State Theory: A good theoretical background in solid state physics is desirable. Therefore, this course is highly recommended, even if you just take the class but not the exam.

c) Advanced solid state lecture and seminars, for example: Surface Physics, Scanning Probe Techniques, Semiconductor Physics, Seminar on Nanoscience, Seminar on the physics of semiconductor devices, Quantum information theory, Mesoscopic Physics.

These are recommendations that depend on availability, your specific interests and the topic of your Master's thesis. Please consult with me directly.

d) Electronic Lab Course for Natural Scientists: Our group is developing new experimental methods. This course will prepare you for everyday challenges in the lab.