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.
Smolyakov, Bourassa receive 2015 Division of Science researcher awards
posted April 8, 2015
Andrei Smolyakov and Adam Bourassa are the recipients of the 2015 Division of Science researcher awards. Both awards recognize faculty members who have made outstanding contributions to their...
TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE VISIBLE FROM SASKATOON ON MORNING OF APRIL 4, 2015
posted April 1, 2015
If the sky is clear, a total lunar eclipse will be briefly visible from the Saskatoon region in the early morning of Saturday, April 4, 2015. The partial phase of the lunar eclipse will begin at...
CFI invests in space weather research to guard industry, information economy
posted January 23, 2015
Space weather researchers at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) have been awarded $462,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to support their research into how the Earth’s...
COMET C/2014 Q2 (Lovejoy) imaged at University of Saskatchewan
posted January 7, 2015
Comet C/2014 C2 is the fifth comet discovered by Australian astronomer Terry Lovejoy. It made its closest approach to Earth on January 7, 2015 and will reach perihelion at the end of the...
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