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Academic Programs

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics teaches the science that underlies engineering.

The Master of Engineering degree in Engineering Physics prepares students for engineering design and development employment or further graduate work.

Applied Physics is a research-oriented Ph.D. program that provides a flexible graduate education tailored to individual interests.

Recent News

Electron microscope detector achieves record resolution

A group led by applied and engineering physics professor David Muller has achieved a record for...

A First for Quantum Physics: Electron Orbitals Manipulated in Diamonds

Quantum physics research by Greg Fuchs, associate professor (AEP), is featured by R&D Magazine.

Married physics researchers share lab, students and the joy of discovery

Married researchers Jie Shan, professor of applied and engineering physics in the College of...

AEP Graduate Student Kayla Nguyen awarded $15,000 “Use it!” Lemelson-MIT Prize

Kayla Nguyen '18 was awarded the $15,000 “Use it!” Lemelson-MIT Student Prize Graduate Winner for...

Four Engineering Physics graduates receive NSF research fellowships

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students...

Latest Spotlights

Lois Pollack: Developing new instruments and learning more about proteins

The do-it-yourself attitude runs deep in Lois Pollack.

Welcome Jie Shan!

When Jie Shan was growing up in Zhejiang Province in China’s southeast, she did not imagine her future held a career in physics.

What goes on in there? A visit to Cornell’s Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility

A guided tour of Cornell's CNF, which in 2017 will celebrate 40 years of operations at the very edge of nanoscale science and technology.