The graduate physics program at Cornell is multidisciplinary, broad and congenial, and has access to superb facilities.
Research in the department is organized in two laboratories, the Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics (LASSP) and the Laboratory for Elementary Particle Physics (LEPP).
- April 2014: Prof. Itai Cohen and Prof. Jane Wang’s Work on Fruit Fly Flight Featured in New York Times
- March 2014: Prof. Dan Ralph and Prof. Albert Sievers Named Outstanding Referee of the Physical Review and Physical Review Letters Journals
- March 2014: Physics Graduate Program Ranked in Top 10 in U.S. News and World Reports’ 2015 “Best Graduate Schools”
- February 2014: Robert McGehee and Alexandre Streicher named Yennie Prize Winners
- January 2014: Prof. Lawrence Gibbons and Prof. David Rubin Will Work on the Cornell Muon g-2 Team