Illinois Institute of Technology Department of Physics offers students all the advantages of a small, private school but with global reach. It gives students a rigorous, academically demanding education that is relevant and grounded in real-world experience. It also gives students personal attention and the opportunity to do important research as early as their sophomore year. The faculty works and conducts research all over the world, including CERN, the world's largest particle physics laboratory, and world-class facilities near Chicago such as Argonne National Laboratory and Fermilab. APS TV introduces you to a university that provides a top-notch education, research opportunities along with one-on-one attention.
Illinois Tech Students Excel at the Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium
Each year, the Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium (CAURS) brings together nearly 130 undergraduate students in the... read more
Physics Graduate Students Receive Recognition for Breakthrough Technology for Particle Accelerators
Physics graduate students Mattia Checchin and Martina Martinello have been working at nearby Fermi National Accelerator... read more
New Master of Science in Applied Physics
Many of today’s most interesting jobs need advanced physics skills. But many engineering and other undergraduate programs only... read more
Illinois Tech Physicists Contribute to New Daya Bay Measurement
Several Illinois Tech physicists contributed to the most recent results from the Daya Bay neutrino experiment, which is measuring... read more
Physics’ Jeff Wereszczynski Wins Prestigious NSF CAREER Award
Jeff Wereszczynski, assistant professor of physics, won a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the... read more
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