The people of this Physics Department are engaged in experimental and theoretical research,
primarily in the fields of solid-state physics, materials science, biophysics
and theoretical physics. We are dedicated to high-quality teaching, at both
undergraduate and graduate level (we offer B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees).
Our small-size classes, hands-on laboratories, and individual student
undergraduate research projects provide our graduates with excellent
problem-solving skills. We collaborate with physicists all over the world
and are involved in the community at large.