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For Master of Science Program it is required to to have an undergraduate degree from Faculty of Science(Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Astronomy), Faculty of Letters(Geography), Faculty of Education(Science, Physics and Chemistry Teaching), Faculty of Engineering(Physics, Chemical, Geological, Mining, Metallurgical and Materials, Electrical-Electronic, Environmental, Nuclear Energy Eng. and Bioengineering), Faculty of Aquaculture, Agriculture, Pharmacy and Medicine.

For Philosophy of Doctorate Program it is required to have Master of Science degree from Faculty of Science(Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics), Faculty of Education(Science, Physics and Chemistry Teaching), Faculty of Pharmacy(Radiopharmacy), Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Engineering(Physics, Chemical, Geological, Metallurgical and Materials, Electrical-Electronic, Environmental, Nuclear Energy Eng.), Dept. of Biotechnology, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Dept. of Industrial Physics and Dept. of Clinical Oncology, an undergraduate degree from Faculty of Medicine(Nuclear Medicine). Master of Science graduates of E.U. Institute of Nuclear Sciences or Istanbul Technical University Institute of Energy can also be applied.

Coordination of postgraduate education and training is conducted by Ege University Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences.

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Areas of Research

NUCLEAR SCIENCES DEPARTMENT
Four professors, 2 associated professor and 5 research assistants work in Nuclear Sciences Department. Research fields of Nuclear Sciences Department are; using nuclear techniques in different areas (e.g. research in earthquake prediction, determining the sedimentation rate of sea and lake sediments, measuring the rate of soil erosion, analyzing trace elements, measuring ash rates in coals); radio ecological applications; developing nuclear spectroscopy techniques and counting systems; measuring radon gas indoor and outdoor; investigating radiation-matter interactions by Monte Carlo simulation; using different techniques for investigation of radioactive minerals and develop of new methods; thermoluminescent dosimeter (TLD), luminescence dating and optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) applications
 
NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
4 professors, 3 associated professors, 3 research assistants and 1 expert are officiating in Nuclear Technology Department. Study areas of Nuclear Technology Department are; recovering, concentrating and purification of uranium and thorium from several sources; preparation and characterization of several uranium and thorium compounds; improvements of natural, synthetic, nano and composite nano materials and investigation of their utility in the radioactive waste management; simulation studies by natural isotopes; applying chemometric techniques to sorption studies; evaluation of the radionuclides  in the environmental samples by gama spectrometer; evaluation of the alfa and radium activity level in the liquid samples; studies of rare earth elements separation; elemental analysis by ICP-OES and UV-Visible Spectrophotometer; determination of surface area and porosities of adsorbents by Surface Area and Porosimetry Analyzer, analyzing powdered metals and oxides, microporosity. 
 
NUCLEAR APPLICATIONS DEPARTMENT
2 professor, 3 associated professor, 1 assistant professor, 2 lecturer, 1 specialist and 2 research assistants are officiating in Nuclear Applications Department. Research fields of the Nuclear Applications Department are; Synthesize and radiolabeling of new compounds and investigation of radiophamaceutical potential and in vitro/in vivo preclinical investigations for imaging and therapeutic purposes; Synthesize of radiolabeled nanoparticles and in vitro/in vivo applications; Dosimeter and microdosimeter studies for radionuclides which are using in nuclear medicine; Designing and troubleshooting of nuclear spectroscopy systems; Medical imaging studies; Industrial nuclear applications; Counting stability constants of actinide and lanthanide complexes and investigation in vitro cytotoxic effects; Radiopharmaceuticals and pharmaceuticals, investigation of the interaction of experimental and plant extract; Investigation of properties such as antibacterial activity and adhesion on bacteria.