Mon, 11/07/2016·: UCI Professor Tim Tait awarded the Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel fellowship [Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany].
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The Department of Physics and Astronomy at UC Irvine offers a program of graduate study leading to a Ph.D. degree in Physics. Our graduate course curriculum provides a foundation in fundamental physics and elective courses in a broad range of topical areas. Graduate students carry out original research in diverse areas of experimental and theoretical physics and astrophysics, under the guidance of members of our departmental faculty. We also offer a graduate program in Chemical and Materials Physics as a joint program with the UCI Department of Chemistry. Graduates of our Ph.D. program are well prepared for careers in scientific research, teaching, and industry. See the links below for detailed information about our program, the applications process, and campus resources for graduate students.
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