Physics is a fundamental natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion and behavior through time and space. The main goal of the study of physics is to understand how the universe works. But physics isn’t just theory–the discipline also makes significant contributions to advances in new technologies that arise from theoretical breakthroughs.
At the Institute of Physics and Technology, our research takes place in a wide range of physical fields. From basic and groundbreaking physics about the universe's composition, to high technology in interdisciplinary fields such as energy and petroleum, our eight research groups offer exciting possibilities for study and competitive PhD positions. Welcome!
Research centres at IFT
Department of Physics and Technology has an extensive international collaboration including CERN and the European Space Agency (ESA). The department is also hosting one Centre of Excellence (SFF), is actively involved in one Centre for Research based Innovation (SFI), and is contributing to two Research centres for Environmental friendly Energy (FME).