Congratulations to Thomas Hentschel and Patrick Ford, this year's School of Integrated Science and Humanity (SISH) undergraduate student scholarship awardees in Physics and Astronomy!
This is not an Apr 1st joke! A "Whopping" $800 prize is up for grabs for this years annual graduate student research competition!
Adam Freese will be presenting his final Doctoral Dissertation Defense on Hard QCD Processes in the Nuclear Medium.
Will Phelps, a fifth-year graduate student, has recently and successfully completed his task of helping to build the High Threshold Cerenkov Detector at Hall B Jefferson Lab.
Our Dr. Yesim Darici, the Director of Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, just won the FIU President's Access & Equity Award! Congratulations to Professor Darici!
From Feb. 10-13, FIU hosted an important nuclear physics conference, "Next generation nuclear physics with JLab12 and EIC," organized by physics professor Dr. Misak Sargsian and others.
Dr. Bernard S. Gerstman, Professor of Theoretical and Computational Biophysics and Physics Department Chair at Florida International University has just published a book entitled "Research on the Physics of Cancer: A Global Perspective."
Physics students have earned the opportunity to participate in hands-on research, competitive summer internships and personal mentorship that will train them to be the next generation of scientists and engineers in charge of environmental restoration in the United States.
Although the recent FIU astrophysical event have concluded, you can still relive it -- the videos are online!
FIU astronomers now have access to a remotely operable telescope at one of the best observing sites for optical astronomy in the world: the Jacobus Kapteyn telescope (JKT) in the Canary Islands.