Our faculty contribute to the advancement of knowledge through research. We also provide rich opportunities for students to engage in this research. This work not only contributes to new knowledge, but also drive the success of our students in the classroom.
Examples of our department’s recent work are featured here:
- Martin Huber, The search for dark matter
- Randy Tagg, Students play key role in physics/medical research
- Alberto Sadun, Monitoring the flux variability of selected active galactic nuclei (AGN) and combining optical data with the data from other energy regimes.
- Masoud Asadi-Zeydabadi, Computational nonlinear dynamics and computational modeling specializing in applications to biology and medicine.
- Clyde Zaidins, Nuclear Reactions in Stars and Supernovae