The Physics Department offers the degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.) in physics under Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences since 1993-1994. The department provides education and research with 3 professors, 2 associate professors, 5 assistant professors and 10 research assistants. The objective of the master program is to educate specialists who can do research in any specific issues related to physics, plan a study, evaluate and present a report of implement results and work in scientific research and development organization.

THE RESEARCH INTERESTS OF OUR DEPARTMENT INCLUDE:

  • Quantum chemical calculations
  • Simulation of two atom clusters
  • Simulation of biomolecules
  • Behavior of nanoparticles in amphifilic polymers
  • Semiconductor nanoparticles, quantum wells and dots
  • Particle physics and phenomenology
  • Photonic crystals
  • Nuclear structure theory
  • Nuclear pre-equilibrium reactions
  • Radioactivity measurements of environmental samples.