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Greetings from the Department Chair
Jingbiao Cui

Welcome to the Department of Physics at The University of Memphis. I would like to introduce you to our world-class researchers, friendly staff, talented and energetic faculty, state-of-the-art facilities and the broad opportunities available within our programs.

In addition to providing our students with an excellent education, we are unique in that we have many research opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students. Chair's Message


Department of Physics Grants Master's Degrees

The U of M's Department of Physics is one of 24 nationally that averaged five or more master's degrees in the classes of 2010, 2011 and 2012 combined. These departments were responsible for granting 64 percent of all exiting master's degrees awarded. Full Article Link


Society of Physics Students

The Society of Physics Students (SPS) hosted a trivia night coupled with a poster presentation in the UC River Room last month that far surpassed their expectations. The trivia game was emceed by Dr. Robert Marchini and included questions of General Knowledge, Science, and Memphis Trivia. During the half time the students presented a poster session to show the research they had been doing in the Physics department, as well as tables with physics demonstrations. Full Article Link


Department of Physics

About Physics

Physics is a broad and complex field that uses mathematical models of nature to explain the nature and behavior of all manner of physical systems from the smallest particles inside the nucleus to the entire universe in which we live.

The Department of Physics has an expert faculty that reflects the diversity of opportunities available within the discipline.

Research areas currently being investigated include astrophysics, solar physics, biomaterials, nanoscience, condensed matter physics, applications of fractional calculus, and molecular computing. Learn More

What can you do with a degree in Physics? Check out the opportunities.

Master of Science Program

Donate to the Robert R. Marchini Scholarship

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