Develop a broad, deep, and rigorous knowledge of the quantitative problems that govern the natural world.
Intellectually challenging and exciting graduate research alongside leading physics faculty full of talent, enthusiasm, and imagination.
According to a multi-year study released by the National Research Council (NRC) in 2010, we are in the top echelon (10-15) of physics departments in the United States.
The 2018 US News graduate program rankings listed our gravitational physics/cosmology group and condensed matter physics group as #9 and #11, respectively.
The physics faculty is a community of innovative and inspiring research and instructional physicists at the frontier of science.
Congratulations to Dr. Luiz DeViveiros, Assistant Professor of Physics, on his selection to the DOE Early Career Award program!