image image Professor Luat Vuong and her
student Matthew Moocarme
image image Mr. Haojie Ji, a Ph.D. student, preparing a superconducting
magnet for magneto-photoluminescence experiments in
Prof. Kuskovsky's Laboratory for Fundamental and Applied
Nanoscale Physics (LaFANP)
image Mr. Li Chen, a PhD doctoral student, with Professor Cadieu
peer into a vacuum system designed for the simultaneous
deposition of thin films by pulsed laser deposition and sputtering
  • The physics department aims to provide a welcoming environment for students at all levels to engage with physics in the classroom and research laboratory with a dedicated faculty at the cutting edge of photonics research. Students obtain a sound grounding in physics for a wide range of careers of their choice.
  • Aug 14 :
    We congratulate a graduate of our Master’s program, Jong Hyun Kim, who has become an Assistant Professor in Mathematics at Bridgewater State University.
  • Jun 23 :
    Former Physics graduate student, Dr. Yuri Strzhemechny, has become the Chairman of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Texas Christian University.
  • May 21 :
    A gift of $15,000 to the Physics Department was made available by Gary Lofgren, the Senior Vice President of Halliday Financial and Trustee of the Foundation.
  • May 19 :
    Davneet Kaur working with Prof. Lev Murokh is a winner the 2014 Michael Craig-Scheckman Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Research
  • Mar 10 :
    Prof. Luat Vuong and her student Matthew Moocarme have recently published in Nano Letters reporting on the nonlinear photo-induced magnetic responses in gold nanocolloids.
  • Feb 01 :
    Prof. Murokh's student, Michael Moore, is a semifinalist of the 73rd annual Intel Science Talent Search.
  • Dec 11 :
    Review article by Prof. Alexander Khanikaev is featured on the cover of Nanophotonics.