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(Dec. 12, 2022)

Physics Students Highlights - December 2022

Read about the latest thesis defenses, awards, and news highlights from students in the Department of Physics.

(Dec. 9, 2022)

Syracuse University Engages the Public for 30 Years and Launches New Initiatives

Highlights a few of the events and activities we hosted

(Dec. 8, 2022)

What's New in the Machine Shop

At the Physics machine shop, students, and faculty build, modify, and repair custom scientific instruments that are essential for their research. Learn the latest news and updates about the Machine shop.

(Dec. 2, 2022)

A&S Physicist Britton Plourde Named Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

The designation of Fellow is the IEEE’s highest level of membership and recognizes Plourde’s contributions to the field of quantum computing.

(Nov. 30, 2022)

Physics Undergraduate Program Updates

The undergraduate program in physics offers students excellent opportunities to do research, build transferable skills, and get a great career.

(Nov. 30, 2022)

A Reflection on the Past and Our Impact on the Future

Al MacRae earned his PhD from Syracuse University in 1960 and went on to a promising career at Bell Labs. Peter Silvaggio graduated from Syracuse in 1969 and went on to earn his PhD at Cornell with Carl Sagan as his advisor...

(Nov. 30, 2022)

Physics Alumni Updates

Updates on alumni of the Physics Program

Matt Cufari portrait.

(Oct. 18, 2022)

Senior Matt Cufari One of Two National Winners of the American Physical Society’s LeRoy Apker Award for Work Related to Black Holes

The award celebrates outstanding physics achievement among undergraduate students.