11, Carol I Boulevard, Iaşi RO-700506
Telephone: +40 232 20 1050; 20 1051
Fax: +40 232 20 1150

Dean: Associate Professor PhD Sebastian Dumitru POPESCU
Teaching staff: 51
Associate teaching staff: 26
Students: 551
ECTS Study Guide




  • Department of Physics

Bachelor’s Degree (6 semesters)


  • Physics
  • Medical Physics
  • Biophysics
  • Computational Physics

Physics engineering

  • Technological Physics

Master’s Degree (4 semesters)

  • Plasma Physics, Spectroscopy and Self-Organization
  • Biophysics and Medical physics
  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Advanced Materials. Nanotechnologies
  • Kinetic Therapy and Medical Recovery through Physics Methods
  • Methodology of Teaching Physics
  • Physics and Environment Protection

Doctoral school:

  • Plasma Physics, Polymer Physics, Optics and Spectroscopy
  • Biophysics, Medical Physics, Self-organization
  • Advanced Materials Physics. Nanotechnologies. Applied Physics
  • Theoretical Physics
  • Modeling and Simulation.


 About the faculty

The Faculty of Physics as an autonomous institution began its existence in 1962 by the cleavage of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics into the Faculty of Mathematics – Mecanics and the Faculty of Physics.

The Faculty of Physics offers its students, through its curriculum, the possibility of practising as: physicist, Physics teacher, researcher, informatician – physicist, bio – physicist, medical physicist, engineer. The curriculum includes an array of classical and modern Physics, stressing upon perspective domains such as: Computing Physics, Complex Systems’ Study, Materials’ Science, Image Processing, Non – distructive Materials’ Control, Nanotechnologies.

Among the illustruous teachers who activated in the Physics field, is to be mentioned the academician Ştefan Procopiu, who published fundamental papers on what is today known as the Bohr – Procopiu magneton.

Research continues to be conducted wihtin the Faculty through the form of two attested research centers that have always mentained contact with the scientific world from abroad: France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Austria, Japan, USA, Greece, Czech Republic, Portugal, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Republic of Moldova.

The logistics for research has been brought to contemporary standards due to scientific research grants obtained through national and international contests. The Faculty of Physics owns 3 computer networks, over 100 computers with Internet access, an Internet room and a multimedia laboratory. The faculty library has a stock of more than 100 000 volumes and is computerized since 1997.


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