The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Stony Brook offers a diverse program and consistently ranks amongst the best and largest in the country. The 2010 NRC ranking which is the most prestigeous ranking in the US, ranks us among to the top 15 programs in the country. The CN Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics is a leading center for high energy physics, string theory and statistical mechanics. An exciting new direction is the recently created Simons Center for Geometry and Physics with focus on the interface of physics and mathematics. It will be housed in a new building that has just been completed. Stony Brook has recently become a partner in the Palomar 5 m Hale telescope and is a founding member of the SMARTS telescope consortium which offer exciting opportunities for astronomy students. Research in biophysics can be conducted at the Laufer Center.
Stony Brook co-manages nearby
Brookhaven National Laboratory
which conducts research in the physical, biomedical, and environmental
sciences, as well as in climate and energy technologies. Brookhaven Lab
also builds and operates major scientific facilities that include the
Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), the Center for
Functional Nanomaterials, the National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS)
and its successor now under construction,
Congratulations to Prof. Likharev for the Dean's Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, to Bryce Gadway for winning the Presidents award for Distinguished Doctoral students and Karin Gilje for winning the Marburger Fellowship for Science, Engineering and Mathematics.
|Apply for Fall, 2014 admission via this link: https://app.applyyourself.com/?id=sunysb-gs . We are not accepting paper applications. The deadline is January 15, 2014. However, we are accepting applications until all TA slots are filled. Only applications for which the transcripts, recommendation letters, and other supporting documentation (CV's, etc.) have been uploaded electronically will be considered (please do not cut and paste from Microsoft Word because that becomes unreadable on Macintosh computers). After you have been admitted we will request that you have your school send us two official copies of your transcript.|