Black in Physics Week
Celebrating Black Physicists
This year’s theme was “Blaze Beyond Burnout.” Read some valuable perspectives written by Black Physicists here and join us for discussions at lunch Fri Nov 5 at noon.
Graduate Physics Open House
Interested in pursuing a PhD or MS degree in Physics? Join us on Zoom, Nov 9, to learn about our research and how to apply, and chat with faculty and students! Zoom details in Flyer below
Student Co-Curricular Work
Learning Assistant Program at RU-N
Top undergraduates in STEM work in the courses they have successfully completed. Learning Assistant have special status among science and math majors. To apply contact Josh Rutberg.
DR. DIANE JAMMULA WINS THE PRESIDENTIAL AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
This award honors non-tenure-track, full-time faculty members who have demonstrated outstanding teaching skills in classroom instruction, curriculum development, or mentoring.
Rutgers Global Grant Winner
Congratulations to Prof. Xuejian Wu for winning a Rutgers Global Grant for collaborative research to build quantum inertial sensors for navigation! Prof. Wu and his group will work with Dr. Malo Cadoret at Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France
Dr. Li Zhu Joins Rutgers Physics as an Assistant Professor Fall 2021.
Dr. Li Zhu will join the Rutgers, physics faculty from the Carnegie Institute of Science. Dr. Zhu brings with him a passion for materials informatics and computational materials design.
Rutgers University Recognizes Excellence in the Physics Department
The Physics Department was honored with awards in both research and teaching. Making it the most decorated department for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Global Physics Community
Worldwide Physics Seminars
100 scientists from around the world attend opening session of PhD Student Seminars organized by our postdoc Dr. Lionel Lacombe! Opening talk from our very own PhD student Davood Dar.
Fridays at 11:30am Smith Hall room 241. Weekly seminars on an array of physics topics given by top academic minds and industry professionals.
Congratulations to 2021 Physics Major graduate, Dory Castillo, who will begin her PhD Fellowship in Mechanical Engineering at Cornell University this Fall.