Prospective Graduate Student
Virtual Open House 2020
Welcome from Department Head
Department Head Matthias Grosse Perdekamp welcomes you to Illinois Physics.
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Associate Head for Graduate Programs Lance Cooper talks about the Illinois Physics graduate program.
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Research Breakout Sessions
Professor Jeff Filippini discusses opportunities within the Astrophysics/Relativity/Cosmology research area at U of I. (video length 23:38)
Shapiro group: Numerical simulation (2015) of jet formation following the merger of a black hole with a magnetized neutron star. (video length 2:35)
Professor Brian DeMarco discusses opportunities within the AMO research area at U of I and in his group. (video length 15:10)
Professor Elizabeth Goldschmidt discusses opportunities available in her AMO research group.
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Professor Gina Lorenz discusses opportunities available in her AMO research group.
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Professor Sangjin Kim discusses research opportunities within CPLC and the Biological Physics research group. (video length 29:17)
Barbara Stekas, a physics Ph.D. candidate at the U of I, talks about why she loves studying individual DNA strands, how much she enjoys living in Champaign-Urbana and gives potential graduate students some good advice. (video length 2:12)
Professor Jim Eckstein discusses research opportunities within the Experimental Condensed Matter research group. View his slides.
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Professor Ben Hooberman discusses research opportunities within the Experimental High Energy Physics research group. (video length 39:31)
Illinois Quantum Information Science and Technology Center (IQUIST)
Professor Jorge Noronha discusses research opportunities within the Nuclear/Intermediate Energy Physics research group. View updated slides associated with this video. (video length 33:00)
Click the map markers to learn about the specific physics research that takes place in each facility.
Join Professor Sangjin Kim, as well as 10 more professors and graduate student representatives for a virtual coffee hour.
You should receive an email invite with a meeting password and the join URL.