The Erasmus Laboratory of Physics

The Erasmus Laboratory of the Department of Physics
          
The Scientific Director of Erasmus project for the Department of Physics is Prof. Andrea Giansanti. The laboratory is managed in collaboration with Alba Perrotta (Scientific Secretary of Department) and a fellow student. The lab is housed at the reception office SORT (buiding Marconi, ground floor, room no. 019) and is managed primarily by a student collaborator.

Office hours: Monday at 2:00 p.m. to 16:00 and Wednesday at 11:00 to 13:00.

Active services in the Office of Laboratory Erasmus:

  • collection of documents required by the announcement
  • collection of documents to be sent to the University partners
  • transmission of circulars from the Faculty of Science and International Programs
  • support in contacts with the partner universities and the offices of the Erasmus Faculty of Science and International Programs
  • support to students winners of an Erasmus grant who will take care to check on the website of the University partner if it is planned, and within what period, filling out an application form online and application forms of a university accommodation

Contacts

  • Promoters of the bilateral agreements of the teachers of Physics           
  • Prof. Andrea Giansanti, The Scientific Director of Erasmus project for the Department of Physics tel. +39(06)49914367  - andrea.giansanti@roma1.infn.it
  • Dr. Simona Romano, Erasmus Administrative Manager of the Faculty of Sciences  (R.A.E.F.) tel. +39(06)49912398  - Fax +39(06)49912812  - erasmussmfn@uniroma1.it
  • The Erasmus Laboratory of the Department of Physics - email: erasmusfisica@uniroma1.it  

 
Language skills        
As the program mainly targets the full integration of the student in the University of the host country, a knowledge of the language is usually required at a basic level.
You can still take courses intensive language preparation (EILC) organized by the University.
 
Erasmus guide for students of Physics

  • Students are strongly encouraged to contact the Department of Laboratory Erasmus to ask any information or doubt, personally in the days and hours of receipt indicated, or by email
  • The winners of an Erasmus grant may request the contacts with the students that are currently taking advantage of an Erasmus grant for advice and information
  • The transmission of documents by the Faculty and all kinds of information is given via email; students should provide an email address that is visited regularly
  • Please read and reply to emails sent by the laboratory Erasmus to avoid unnecessary loss of time the coworker student and keep given appointments; deadlines are many, both of our university and of the host University: students who do not meet the deadline dates may give up the grant