|Graduate Women in Physics|
There are several main divisions within the physics department, and in many ways each division operates like a mini-department with its own colloquium series, degree requirements, funding peculiarities, and sense of community.
Besides the divisions within the physics departments, there are also inter-disciplinary research centers that contain groups from many departments, including physics.
We have also compiled a list of graduate student contacts, and their interests. Please make use of this resource and feel free to contact them!
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CONDENSED MATTER, ATOMIC AND BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS
The many groups that work in this area are mostly divided between:
Facilities available include:
LABORATORY FOR NUCLEAR SCIENCE
A fairly extensive list of research centers connected with MIT physics can be found here.
Here are also some MIT research centers.
This is the most important part of this page. Please make use of it: if you have any questions about specific groups, general research areas, what it's like to go to MIT in physics, the graduate school process, that's what we're here for!