The Harvard Department of Physics consists of more than 50 faculty members, graduate students, undergraduate concentrators, and research scholars.
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We offer students innovative educational and research opportunities with renowned faculty in state-of-the-art facilities, exploring fundamental problems involving physics at all scales. Our primary areas of experimental and theoretical research are atomic and molecular physics, astrophysics and cosmology, biophysics, chemical physics, computational physics, condensed-matter physics, materials science, mathematical physics, particle physics, quantum optics, quantum field theory, quantum information, string theory, and relativity.
Our students come from all over the world and from varied educational backgrounds.
We are committed to fostering an inclusive environment and attracting the widest possible range of talents. Our recently-established Committee on Inclusion is charged with enhancing diversity and helping students feel welcome in the department and in the physics community at large where diversity pertains to race, ethnicity, nationality, color, creed, religion, age, disability, economic background, sexual orientation, and gender identity, among other social identities. We also hold regular lunches, meet-ups, and other social events for students from historically underrepresented groups that provide enjoyable social breaks as well as opportunities for networking and community building.
The graduate students and postdocs who organized the CUWiP held at Harvard also developed, designed, and held the first-ever SPIN UP Supporting Inclusion of Underrepresented People workshop, with the intention of providing a supportive space for women and femme folk physics students who are members of racial and ethnic minorities, are members of gender and sexual minorities, have physical, mental, or learning disabilities, come from low-income backgrounds, are first-generation college students, or are members of other underrepresented or underserved communities.
We have a flexible and highly responsive advising structure for our PhD students that shepherds them through every stage of their education, providing assistance and counseling along the way, helping resolve problems and academic impasses, and making sure that everyone has the most enriching experience possible. We offer many resources, services, and on-site facilities to the physics community, including our electronic instrument design lab and our fabrication machine shop.
Our historic Jefferson Laboratory, the first physics laboratory of its kind in the nation and the heart of the physics department, has been redesigned and renovated to facilitate study and collaboration among our students. The level of activity is high as well: Often there will be four or five seminars a week in various specialties.
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Graduate students find themselves in a congenial yet challenging environment. These pages aim to familiarize the prospective graduate student with the many facets of the department.
Short descriptions of research activities - organized both by group and by individual faculty member - are provided, as well as details on the graduate applications , living , fees , and course work. The Department is based in the Rutherford Physics Building, a modern building where most of our on-site research is performed. Current information on the department's staff, research activities, teaching, seminars and colloquia can be found elsewhere in these pages.
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