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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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Site Information Site Location Contact Information Additional Information
Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Texas
Primary: Dr. Jennifer Marshall
marshall@physics.tamu.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Astronomy and astrophysics, astronomical instrumentation, astronomical observations, McDonald Observatory
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Physics
The University of Utah
REU Physics and Astronomy at University of Utah
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Salt Lake City, Utah
Primary: Dr. Saveez Saffarian
801 581-5716
saffarian@physics.utah.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics and Astronomy
Comments: EPSCoR co-funded.
Abstract of Award
Brigham Young University
REU Site: Physics Research at Brigham Young University
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Provo, Utah
Primary: Professor Steve Turley
801 422-3095
reu@byu.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Atomic Physics, Condensed Matter, Visible and Radio Astronomy, Acoustics, Ultrafast Nonliner Optics, Computational & Experimental Plasma Physics, Extreme Ultraviolate Optics, Surface Physics, Electro
Comments: RET component is funded.
Abstract of Award
The College of William and Mary in Virginia
Physics Research Experiences for Undergraduates and Teachers
Physics
Williamsburg, Virginia
Primary: Wouter Deconinck
757 221-3539
wdeconinck@wm.edu
Secondary: Irina Novikova
757 221-3693
inovikova@physics.wm.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Condensed Matter physics, Nuclear and Particle physics, Theoretical physics, Applied physics and Non-destructive evaluation
Abstract of Award
Old Dominion University
REU Site: Accelerator and Nuclear Physics
Physics
Norfolk, Virginia
Primary: Stephen Bueltmann
757-683-6401
sbueltma@odu.edu
Secondary: Hari Areti
757-269-7187
areti@jlab.org
Research Topics/Keywords: Accelerator and Nuclear Physics
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
206-616-9649
deepg@uw.edu
Secondary: Alejandro Garcia
206-616-3598
agarcia3@uw.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics
Abstract of Award
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Primary: Prof. Robert Wood
414-229-5303
chunnaic@uwm.edu
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
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