Members of MBI are involved in academic teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level. Lectures and seminars are regularly offered at the three Berlin universities by MBI members holding a joint appointment with a university. Such events are announced by the respective university, an overview is available at http://www.mbi-berlin.de/de/events/termine_akt.html.

MBI provides opportunities for academic training within the framework of Bachelor, Master, and PhD theses in physics. It also accepts student apprentices and summer students interested in experimental work.

Master Program Optical Sciences at Humboldt University

The  Institute of Physics of the Humboldt University of Berlin (HU Berlin) is offering a new international Master program on "Optical Sciences" starting with the winter term 2015/16 (which begins in October 2015), with this two-year research-oriented Master program, exclusively taught in English, the HU Berlin joins forces with all research organizations of the focus area Optics/Photonics in the Science & Technology Park Berlin-Adlershof in order to provide world-class education and training optics in the wide and exciting field of optical sciences with a focus on the theoretical and experimental aspects of coherent light-matter interaction.

Besides the optics groups of the HU Berlin that work on Nano Optics, Quantum Optics, Photonics, and High-Field Physics, key contributors to the Master program are the Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy (MBI), the Helmholtz Center Berlin for Materials and Energy (HZB), the Ferdinand Braun Institute for High-Frequency Technology (FBH), the German Aerospace Center's Institue for Optical Sensor Systems (DLR), and the Weierstraß Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS).

For admittance criteria and further information: http://opticalsciences.physik.hu-berlin.de