Group works toward devising next-gen superconductorThe experimental realization of ultrathin graphene – which earned two scientists from the University of Manchester, U.K., the Nobel Prize in physics in 2010 – has ushered in a new age in materials research.
- APR 24Bethe Lecture Series, Department of Physics Colloquium General Physics Colloquium, Dr. Joshua Frieman, Fermilab and the University of Chicago ... See More
- APR 25LASSP and A&EP SEMINAR Vedika Khemani, Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Harvard University, will present seminar.... See More
- APR 25Bethe Lecture Series - LEPP Seminar LEPP Seminar: Professor Joshua Frieman, Fermilab and the University of Chicago ... See More
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Research in the department is organized in two laboratories, the Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics (LASSP) and the Laboratory for Elementary Particle Physics (LEPP). Explore the links below to learn more about the major research areas of the department and the facilities available to researchers.
Sarah Marie Bruno '16 says research in the labs of Professors Carl Franck and Michael Niemack was the "highlight of my experience as a physics major at Cornell. For the first time, you are trying to answer a question to which no one yet knows the answer! This is exciting!"
Click here to read more about Sarah's experiences and explore the links below for profiles of other recent physics alumni: