Department of Physics
The Department comprises twelve full-time faculty members, a laboratory technician, and an administrative assistant. We are research-oriented with active efforts in theoretical and computational condensed matter physics (soft matter, complex fluids, and biophysics), optics (laser applications), physics education research, and experimental polymer physics.
We offer M.S. and Ph.D. graduate programs and an undergraduate major in Physics, along with an option in Optical Science and Engineering. See the sidebars to learn more about our research areas, degree programs, and course offerings.
NDSU now an APS Bridge Program "Partnership Institution". read more!
Faculty Member to give Invited Talk, read more here!
The NDSU chapter of the society for physics students (SPS) has just organized and executed an exciting science fun night at a local school. Read more here.
Bruce Rafert has just been accredited as an HLC Reviewer. Read more!
Mila Kryjevskaia has been promoted to Associate Professor! This is big news for Mila and the Department as it shows both that her hard work is up to the high standards of NDSU and that she can continue making an impact here in North Dakota. Congratulations !!
Congratulations to Gabriel Ferragut for receiving the North Dakota Space Grant Consortium summer student fellowship!
Congratulations to Bekele Gurmessa and John Harris, who recently defended their Ph.D. Theses!