Research projects in the physics department continually grow and evolve as our faculty
and research staff work at the cutting edge of their fields. Here you can find a selection
of some of our more recent publicly funded research projects.
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ERI: Quantum-light emitting devices using superfluorescent hybrid perovskites
Cloud composition from the analysis of the sun glints off horizontally oriented ice crystal
Texture of Stochastic Processes in Physical and Radar Meteorology
WoU-MMA: Understanding the Strongest Accelerators in our Galaxy by Combining Data from the HAWC Observatory and Other Instruments
A Community Laboratory Facility for Exploring and Sensing of Aerosol-Cloud-Drizzle Processes: The Aerosol-Cloud-Drizzle Convection Chamber
WoU-MMA: Enhancing the Neutrino Sensitivity of the Pierre Auger Observatory
CIF: Making the Pi Convection-Cloud Chamber Available to the Community for Aerosol-Cloud-Turbulence Research
Programmable Systems with Non-Hermitian Quantum Dynamics
LAACI - Light Absorbing Aerosol-Cloud Interactions Experiment
CAREER: Coarse-Grained Theory and Simulation of Ion-Containing Liquids: Study of Ion Solvation by Polymers and Ionic Liquids and Between Nanoparticles
Support for Astronomy Picture of the Day