Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering Physics Program Overview

Physics has always remained and still is at the center of science and technology.  The laws of physics that are reached through observations and careful experimentation find applications from the subatomic particles to the astronomic formations such as stars and galaxies. On the other hand, the design of advanced technology materials, fabrication of semiconductor devices, the development of optical communication systems have all evolved as applications of physics.

Our department has both theoretical and experimental research activities. Quantum information theory, gravitation, and condensed matter physics are among our theoretical research interests. On the experimental research side, we have three advanced laboratories where we focus on solid state lasers, optoelectronic and nano-photonic materials and devices.

Physics graduate and doctoral programs provide students the opportunity to develop themselves in the following research areas:

  • Photonic & Laser Materials
  • Microphotonics
  • Nanophotonics
  • Quantum Optics, Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
  • Statistical Mechanics of Biophysical Systems
  • Cold-Atom Physics
  • Gravitation, Cosmology, and Numerical Relativity
  • Mathematical Physics
  • Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Information Theory
  • Theoretical High Energy Physics