• The Reines Lecture Series honors Frederick Reines, UCI's Founding Dean of Physical Sciences and co-recipient of the 1995 Nobel Prize for discovering the neutrino. The 2023 Reines Lecturer is Samuel Ting, winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery of the charm quark.  Ting now leads the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, the most sophisticated scientific instrument ever launched into space.  From its location on the International Space Station, AMS is transforming our understanding of cosmic particles in the universe.  

    21 February 2023 at the NAS Beckman Center.



    Tuesday, April 05, 2022 | 05:00 pm



    UCI hosted the Conference for Undergraduate

    Women in Physics [CUWiP], January 18-19, 2020.

    It was attended by more than 300 students.

    Professor Clare Yu is
    named a member by the
    American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Seminars, Colloquia & Faculty Meetings

Fri, 12/08/2023
2:00 pm
Andreas Crivellin
PSI, Zurich
Wed, 12/13/2023
4:00 pm
Shi-Zeng Lin
Theoretical Division and Center for Integrated Nanotechnology, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Wed, 12/13/2023
11:00 am
Kenneth Gage
Fri, 12/15/2023
2:00 pm
Olivia Dalager

Support Physics & Astronomy

Scientists in the Department of Physics & Astronomy are working to expand our knowledge of the Universe, the laws of physics, and the behavior of matter and energy by examining everything from the smallest particles to the vast expanses of the cosmos. Your support will help continue impactful research and education. For more information on supporting the department's research  programs contact Marijana Lekousis at marijana@uci.edu.