APPLIED PHYSICS PROGRAM RESEARCH
Faculty conduct research on a broad range of topics addressing fundamental and applied questions relating to emergent phenomena taking place at the micro- and nanoscale for applications in low-power electronics, energy conversion and storage, ultrafast electronics and optoelectronics, and computational physics.
Generous and secured research funding frees our faculty and researchers to focus on long-term innovative research ideas and development.
Current Research areas include:
| Advanced optoelectronics||Photophysics of solar cells|
| Wave propagation in heterogeneous media||Nanodevices and sensors|
| Spintronics and modern magnetism||First principles modeling|
Our goal is to expand towards new topics including strongly correlated systems and the physics of van der Waals heterostructures, novel optical sources and devices for quantum information processing and communication.