The Department of Physics houses twenty labs, a Center for the Irradiation of Materials, a NSF Center for Nonlinear Optics and Materials, a departmental library, a glass shop, a Learning Resource Center, a graduate student office to house 23 graduate students, and a machine shop.
- Materials Science
- Nano Technology
- Space Science
- Novel Method of Characterizing (Raman Senors) Missile Propellants Aging
- Testing of COTS Systems in Space Radiation Environments
- Power Harvesting via Smart Materials for low power autonomous electronics
- Electrospun Polyvinylidene Fluoride Nanofiber Membrane-Based Flexible Capacitive Tactile Sensors for Biomedical Applications
- Czochralski crystal growth of high technology materials such as pure and doped Bismuth Silicon Oxide, Lithium Niobate, Piezoelectric PMN-PT and others
- Brigman Stockbarger Directional solidification of organic radiation detector materials for device applications
- Green's Functions Construction Solutions and Simulations of Inhomogeneous Differential Equations in Quantum Computing and Quantum Information Theory
- Optical Metrology, Speckle Metrology, and Shearography
- Astrophysics in particular plasma physics with simulations.
- Alliances, Centers, Collaborations, and Groups