ONE VCU: RESPONSIBLE TOGETHER - Get info about VCU's phased approach to reopening campus at together.vcu.edu.
Students can check out the fall 2020 student resource guide for even more information on returning to campus.
The primary research area of the VCU Department of Physics centers around experimental and theoretical condensed matter physics and nanoscience, and extends to related interdisciplinary areas. We have faculty studying nanostructures, atomic clusters, cluster-assembled materials, semiconductor defects and surfaces, spintronic materials, biophysics and biomaterials, and even gravitational theory and cosmology. READ MORE ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
- Welcome to a New Semester at VCU Physics!
- VCU physics professor receives NSF grant to develop new process for early cancer detection.
- Physicist prints 3D models of cancer cells to mimic tumor growth and provide insight for novel therapeutics
- Congratulations to our Fall 2019 Graduates.
- Learn about our Ph.D Program in Nanoscience.