Department of Physics

Physics is the foundation for natural sciences, and also has practical implications for our everyday lives. In fact, modern life is dominated by technological developments based on discoveries in physics, from ultra-fast computers to renewable energy technologies.

Our research spans a broad spectrum of natural sciences and technology, which in turn allows us to offer an education that provides a solid basis for future careers. Physics research is carried out in experimental as well as theoretical fields, often across conventional boundaries between disciplines. Our central research areas are materials science, nanoscience, surface physics, modern optics, astrophysics, solar energy, biophysics, and medical technology. Research staff at the institute make a special effort to increase the awareness and understanding of the importance and impact of physics in our society.

Department of Physics currently employs about 180 people. On average, about 2000 NTNU students a year take Physics courses.


Events

Welcome to Nordic Physics Days 2015 June 9-12 in Trondheim

13.05. 2015

Nordic Physics Days 2015. TrondheimNordic Physics Days is a conference for both researchers, teachers and students in physics. The venue this year is at NTNU and this meeting is the fourth in a series of Nordic Physics Meetings.

Welcome to Nordic Physics Days 2015 June 9-12 in Trondheim

13.05. 2015

Nordic Physics Days 2015. TrondheimNordic Physics Days is a conference for both researchers, teachers and students in physics. The venue this year is at NTNU and this meeting is the fourth in a series of Nordic Physics Meetings.

Topics

Optics and Photonics • Atomic- and Molecular Physics • Bio- and Medical Physics • Condensed Matter and Nano Physics • Acoustics and Applied Physics • Soft and Complex Matter • Space, atmosphere and Environmental Physics • Subatomic Particles and Astrophysics • Education •  Women in Physics

More on the Nordic Physics Days 2015

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Contact information

Employees Department of Physics

Phone: +47 73593478

Email: postmottak@phys.ntnu.no

Location

Realfagbygget, Høgskoleringen 5, Trondheim

Inquiry office: D5-170 (08:00-15:30)

Postal address

Department of Physics
NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway

Billing address

NTNU, Felles fakturamottak
NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway

www.ntnu.edu/physics

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