The Department has a strong reputation for research. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 45% of the Department's research was classified as "internationally excellent"  and 10% as "world leading".

Research in the department is conducted in four centres:

Crystalline cluster Lennard

The Department's Soft Matter group studies crystallisation, as illustrated by this computer snapshot of a crystallite, which has been modelled in interactive 3D.

Contact Us

For further information about our research activities please contact the relevant centre leader listed below:

Centre for Nuclear and Radiation Physics (CNRP): Professor Phil Walker

Advanced Technology Institute (ATI):
Professor Stephen Sweeney (Photonics, and Theory and Advanced Computation)

Soft  Matter (SM): Dr Richard Sear.

Astrophysics: Prof Mark Gieles

Interested in studying for a PhD?

Please see our PhD study page

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