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REU Sites

REU Sites: Physics

This listing will change as new REU Site awards are made. Sites will be added to or removed from this list as decisions are made on those proposals. Most Physics REU Sites provide opportunities spanning the full range of research of the indicated departments or laboratories, and include both experimental and theoretical activities. Some Sites focus on research in a particular sub-field or in a more specialized laboratory or facility. Others offer projects in related fields like astronomy and astrophysics, or in interdisciplinary areas like materials science or biophysics. Interested students can use the keyword search feature to identify those sites with projects in a particular area, or can simply explore each Site’s web pages to learn more about these programs. Physics students are also encouraged to consider REU Sites in related fields, including Materials Research, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Engineering, and Geosciences, which often have components of research of interest to physicists.

Please report errors in the list below by writing to reu.phy@nsf.gov.

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University of Maryland at College Park
REU Site: Training and Research Experiences in Nonlinear Dynamics (TREND)
Institute for Research in Electronics and Applied Physics
College Park, Maryland
Primary: Professor Michelle Girvan
(301) 490-1610
Research Topics/Keywords: Non-Linear Dynamics in Physics, Engineering and Mathematics.
Abstract of Award
University of Michigan
REU Site: Modern Optics in the City of Light, A Collaborative REU Site in Paris
Materials Science and Engineering
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Primary: Car Nosel
(734) 763-4878
Research Topics/Keywords: Optics and Ultrafast Lasers
Comments: International travel
Abstract of Award
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Primary: Professor Myron Campbell
734 764-5539
Secondary: Professor James Liu
734 764-5539
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics, Applied Physics, Biophysics, Astronomy, Chemistry and Mathematics
Abstract of Award
University of Michigan
REU Site: Interdisciplanary Research Opportunities in Biophysics
Department of Physics
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Primary: Michal Zochowski
734 647-5552
Research Topics/Keywords: Biophysics
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Chemistry
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Primary: Junjie Zhu
734 647-7201
Research Topics/Keywords: High Energy Physics
Comments: International travel to Switzerland; plus support High School Teachers
Abstract of Award
University of Minnesota
REU/RET Site: Physics and Astronomy at the University of Minnesota: Renewal
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Primary: Professor Alex Kamenev
(612) 626-0724
Research Topics/Keywords: High Energy Physics, Cosmology, Astronomy, Neutrino, Condensed Matter and Bio Physics and Physics Education,
Comments: RET Support.
Abstract of Award
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The UNC CAP (Computational Astronomy and Physics) Program: UNCCAPing Enthusiasm for Computational Careers
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Primary: Sheila Kannappan
(919) 962-3486
Research Topics/Keywords: Computational Science, Astronomy and Physics
Comments: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host a ten-week Computational Astronomy and Physics (CAP) Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) summer program.
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Astronomical Sciences, Physics
Notre Dame, Indiana
Primary: Prof. Umesh Garg
Research Topics/Keywords: Astronomy, Astrophysics, Biophysics, Cosmology, Condensed Matter Physics, High-Energy Physics, Network Science, Nuclear Physics and Physics education.
Comments: Ethics Component and large RET component. Co-funded with the Division of Social and Economic Sciences.
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences
University of Oklahoma
REU Site: REU/RET Physics site at the University of Oklahoma
Physics and Astronomy
Norman, Oklahoma
Primary: Michael Strauss
405 325-3961
Research Topics/Keywords: Theoretical and experimental work in astrophysics, atomic and molecular physics, condensed matter physics and high energy physics
Comments: International component, Ethics component and RET component.
Abstract of Award
University of Rochester
REU Site in Physics and Astrophysics at Rochester
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Rochester, New York
Primary: Connie Jones
(585) 275-5306
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics Optics including: particle, nuclear, cosmic ray physics, optics, quantum optics, condensed matter, biological, plasma, astrophysics and geophysics.
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Department of Defense (DoD)
University of South Carolina
REU Site: Undergraduate Research in Physics at the University of South Carolina
Department of Physics
Columbia, South Carolina
Primary: Brett Altschul
Research Topics/Keywords: Particle physics, nuclear physics, nanotechnology, astrophysics, theoretical physics and computational modeling
Comments: Funded by EPSCoR
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Ethics and Values Studies
University of South Florida
NSF REU Program in Applied Physics
Tampa, Florida
Primary: Sarath Witanachchi
(813) 974-2789
Research Topics/Keywords: Materials physics/condensed matter physics, biophysics/biomedical physics, AMO (atomic, molecular and optical) physics
Comments: This REU provides a great experience for GU students who are interested in pursuing interdisciplinary graduate programs in related areas
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Physics
University of South Florida
REU Site in Applied Physics at the University of South Florida
Department of Physics
Tampa, Florida
Primary: Sarath Witanachchi
813 974-2789
Research Topics/Keywords: Applied Physics, AMO Physics, Biomedical/Biophysics, Materials Physics and Computational Physics
Comments: DMR funded this proposal.
Abstract of Award
University of Texas at Brownsville
REU and RET site in Physics at The University of Texas at Brownsville
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Brownsville, Texas
Primary: Mr. Robert Stone
(956) 882-6655
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics, Gravitational Wave Astronomy, Laser and Photonics, Optical Astronomy, Biophysics, Materials Science
Comments: RET component.
Abstract of Award
Toledo, Ohio
Primary: Dr. Richard Irving, Jr.
Secondary: Professor Thomas Kvale
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics (AMO), Condensed Matter, Photovoltaics, Material Science, Astronomy/Astrophysics, medical/health/biological physics and Plasma Physics
Comments: Ethics component
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Department of Defense (DoD)
University of Washington
REU SITE: University of Washington Physics
Department of Physics
Seattle, Washington
Primary: Subhadeep Gupta
Secondary: Alejandro Garcia
Research Topics/Keywords: Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics
Abstract of Award
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Primary: Prof. Robert Wood
Research Topics/Keywords: Astronomy, Chemestry, Geosciences and Physics
Comments: 10 RET interns recruited only from within the State of Wisconsin.
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Chemistry
River Falls, Wisconsin
Primary: Professor Surujhdeo Seunarine
(715) 425-3560
Research Topics/Keywords: Neutrino Astrophysics, Cosmic Rays, Particle Physics
Abstract of Award
Nashville, Tennessee
Primary: Professor Keivan Stassun
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics and Astronomy
Comments: International travel component
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: International Science and Engineering, Department of Defense (DoD)
Detroit, Michigan
Primary: Professor Alexey A. Petrov
(313) 577-2739
Research Topics/Keywords: Astrophysics, Nuclear physics and Particle Physics
Abstract of Award
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