Welcome to the Department of Physics at Colorado State University! Physics, the most fundamental of sciences, is the study of motion, matter and energy at scales ranging from the cosmological to subatomic. At CSU, you will receive a practical, hands-on, and individualized education at a leading research institution.
Faculty and staff members have undertaken herculean teaching efforts in for both the fall, summer, and and spring semesters due to the COVID pandemic. The transition to remote and hybrid courses, while challenging, also allowed faculty to re-envision their courses and adapt their teaching
This fall, Assistant Professor Hua Chen received a three-year, $450,000 Early Career award from the National Science Foundation to support his theoretical work on Novel Electronic and Magnetic Dynamics and Responses in Non-collinear Magnetic Materials. Assistant Professor Mike Mooney also received a five-year, $750,000
Story by Bob Wilson Neutrinos are the most abundant known particle in the universe. They are produced in unimaginable quantities in stars – a hundred billion of them from our sun pass
IEEE cited Wu for his achievements in spintronics and magnetization.
The first such professorship within the department, the endowment provides research operations funds for an incoming faculty member.
Justin Sambur and Mike Mooney among 50 nationwide to receive DOE Early Career Award
Understanding how neutrinos and antineutrinos differ will help scientists explain why so much matter exists in the universe, and so little antimatter.
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