Physics of Complex Systems

The CENTURI Master of Physics of Complex Systems (PCS) aims to teach aims to teach « Physics for biology » to students with a background in general Physics.

PCS’s courses are designed to introduce students to interdisciplinarity. Through the CENTURI Master, students will be taught important concepts to apprehend modern and fundamental biological questions.
The programme introduces and reinforces training in dynamical systems, complex fluids, complex networks and biomechanics.

Students will study and conduct projects alongside biologists, mathematicians and computer scientists. Highly motivated students will be invited to join our labs during their internships to further their experience in interdisciplinarity.

How can I join PCS ?

The Master of Physics of Complex Systems is a part of the Master of Physics at Aix-Marseille University. Students can join the first year (M1) or second  year(M2) by sending an application through e-candidat or « etudes en France » according to their current country of residence (see the list of countries concerned by EF procedure here). Applications will be reviewed by the teaching staff.


What for ?

The CENTURI Master of Physics of Complex Systems leads to an
Aix-Marseille University degree. With this Master degree, graduates will be well qualified to apply to our PhD programme, join international research institutes, or join in the R&D department in private companies.