The Department of Physics offers vigorous, cutting-edge interdisciplinary research programs in new materials, nanoscience, quantum devices, biomolecular physics, complex systems, cosmology, high-energy physics and atmospheric physics. For recent news and activities please see our newsletter Interactions.
The Department is committed in providing a fair, just, safe, supportive, and equitable place for all to learn about physics and to perform ground-breaking research. Please read the Department's full statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion here.
The Department of Physics offers five online "Intro to Physics" classes during the summer and winter breaks.
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