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900 University Avenue, PHYS 3047, Riverside, California 92521, United States of America
We are leaders in several subfields of physics & astronomy. Our research foci include the origin and structure of the universe, the microscopic and macroscopic description of condensed matter and biological systems, and the physics of the environment
5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, California 92182-1233, United States of America
The Physics Department has twelve faculty members whose areas of research include computational nuclear/ nuclear astrophysics, computational polymer physics, condensed matter and low temperature physics, medical physics and optics.
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Athens, Georgia 30602, United States of America
Graduate students in our department are actively engaged in frontier research using state-of-the-art equipment with internationally recognized faculty mentors, and in establishing excellent independent research practices for their future careers.
5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213, United States of America
The Physics Department at Carnegie Mellon University offers a broad range of OPTIONS FOR UNDERGRADUATES, a strong GRADUATE PROGRAM, and cutting-edge RESEARCH.
4111 Libra Drive, Physical Sciences Building 121, Room 430, Orlando, Florida 32816, United States of America
(407) 823-2325
(407) 823-5146 (Graduate Program)
The mission of the UCF Department of Physics is to provide the highest quality education, research, outreach, and service in physics to the people of the state of Florida, the nation, and the world.
(407) 823-2325
(407) 823-5146 (Graduate Program)
Department of Physics (035-08), 1925 N. 12th Street , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122 - 18, United States of America
Exploring nature at the frontier of science, in one of the most comprehensive and diverse learning environments in the USA.
3400 N. Charles Street, 366 Bloomberg Center, Baltimore, Maryland 21218, United States of America
Graduate programs in physics and astronomy at Johns Hopkins University are among the top programs in the field. Students engage in original research starting in their first semester and have flexibility in choosing their course of research.
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