image image image 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
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 Professor Luat Vuong and her
student Matthew Moocarme
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  • In the last two years the department has continued to grow and change, both with the retirement of celebrated faculty and staff, and the hiring of two young faculty who head research programs extending our focus in electromagnetism and modern optics. New facilities and equipment continue to change the face of our undergraduate classes.
  • 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.