The Physics PhD Program aims to produce graduates who have the attitude and quality of academic competence, ability to do research independently, and ability to provide meaningful contribution to the repertoire of physics. Doctoral Study Program in Physics has produced graduates since 1986.
A doctoral student can do research which is associated with research road maps of Research Groups supporting the Physics Study Program, namely; Research Group of High Energy Theoretical Physics and Instrumentation, Research Group of Nuclear Physics and Biophysics, Research Group of Physics of Earth and Complex Systems, Research Group of Magnetic and Photonic Physics, and Research Group of Physics and Electronic Materials. The applicants are Master's graduates in physics or equivalent and have passed an entry examination. The period of study is 3 - 5 years.