Explore research activities at our Department
Faculty members in astrophysics and cosmology have worked on cutting edge and fundamental topics within the discipline. Some of their work has touched on dark matter, dark energy, and black hole formation.
Research in the area of biological physics involves neural networks and biomedical physics.
The computational physics research in the department encompasses the following areas of nanophysics: molecules in nanopores, wetting and films.
The topics of faculty working in condensed matter physics cover a wide range. Topics include carbon nanotubes, microstructures of extreme environments, materials structures.
Functional materials represent a fast-growing class of advanced materials and composites, which possess unique properties and/or functions.
Research in both laser spectroscopy and optics has primarily focused on atmospheric measurements, and spectroscopic measurements of discharge plasmas and organic molecules.
Elementary particle physics studies the most basic building blocks of Nature and their mutual interactions, as well as the immediate structures that they form.
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