Welcome to the Department of Physics & Engineering Physics
Learn about black holes, atmospheric phenomena, new materials, quarks and gluons. Investigate such phenomena as the big bang, quantum mechanical paradoxes and superconductivities. Experiment using telescopes, satellites, radar, tokamaks, synchrotron and particle accelerators. Conduct space weather observations and atmospheric ozone monitoring. These opportunities and more are available to you when you choose to major in Physics at the University of Saskatchewan.
University of Saskatchewan Astronomy 214 students study comet Ison
posted November 29, 2013
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ASTRONOMY 214 STUDENTS STUDY COMET ISON On several early mornings during the 2013 fall term, University of Saskatchewan Astronomy 214 students Taylor Bell,...
Astronomy 214 Posters on Display in Physics Foyer
posted November 27, 2013
Research posters prepared by second-year students taking the Astronomical Spectroscopy course (ASTR 214) are now on display in the foyer outside Room 107 Physics building. Some posters examine...
Student Aims to Unlock Secrets of Dark Matter
posted November 4, 2013
Photo: Professor Rainer Dick (left) and student Fred Sage (right) work on dark matter models By Ryan Boivin On a chalky blackboard at the...
Physics student studying the world’s first 2D crystal
posted October 11, 2013
Thomas Onion is a graduate student intern in U of S research communications. This article first appeared as part of the 2013 Young Innovators series, an initiative of the U of S Research Profile...
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