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Obrana doktorskog rada pristupnika Jadranka Batiste održat će se u petak, 5. siječnja 2018. u 11:00 sati na Prirodoslovno-matematičkom fakultetu sveučilišta u Splitu, u prostoriji B3-53. Detaljnije ovdje



New generation of PhD students is now enlisted, consisting of Vedran Ivanić, Martina Perić, Tomislav Primorac and Sanda Raić.



We are glad to announce that Biophysics PhD programme is now classified under Interdisciplinary Natural Sciences.


The Rules & Regulations of Biophysics PhD programme (Pravilnik in Croatian language) will be adjusted to these changes, according to Official Gazette of the Republic of Croatia Issue No. 50/2015 of 22nd April 2015. pp 99. (i.e. page 5 of this document)


Programme structure for the academic year 2013/2014

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Type of programme


The full time-study can last at most four years. The part-time study can last at most six years. The Study Committee can exceptionally allow study period longer than four years if such study period is still shorter than maximal length regulated by law. For instance, the Study Committee can decide for students lacking necessary background that the time needed to go through supplementary courses will be added to the four year limit.

Most courses offered at the Ph.D. level study of biophysics are directly leading to the specialized Ph.D. thesis work, although some general courses on experimental techniques and modeling methods are also available such that students can learn standard methods from biophysics, biomedicine and molecular biology. The selection of courses we offer in this study programme depends not only on their relevance to biophysics, but also on the international recognition of colleagues that are offering these courses.


Our aim was to select course leaders that have well developed international collaboration, ambitious and realistic research projects and one or more research topics suitable for student’s selection as a Ph.D. thesis work. In other words, all of our course leaders can also be mentors for the Ph.D. thesis work. We have already asked our course leaders to provide at least one research topic that can lead to high quality student’s thesis work.


A list of such topics and corresponding course leaders (for the preliminary list of thesis topics see Section 4.3 of Doctoral Programme) will be made available to our students at the very beginning of their Ph.D. study with a goal to facilitate their decision whom of our course leaders to choose as their adviser. The Study Committee will have duty to select the final list of thesis topics and corresponding advisers for each generation of students.




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