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REU Sites: Physics

This listing will change as new REU Site awards are made. Sites will be added to or removed from this list as decisions are made on those proposals. Most Physics REU Sites provide opportunities spanning the full range of research of the indicated departments or laboratories, and include both experimental and theoretical activities. Some Sites focus on research in a particular sub-field or in a more specialized laboratory or facility. Others offer projects in related fields like astronomy and astrophysics, or in interdisciplinary areas like materials science or biophysics. Interested students can use the keyword search feature to identify those sites with projects in a particular area, or can simply explore each Site’s web pages to learn more about these programs. Physics students are also encouraged to consider REU Sites in related fields, including Materials Research, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Engineering, and Geosciences, which often have components of research of interest to physicists.

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REU Sites
Site Information Site Location Contact Information Additional Information
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
REU and RET site in Physics at The University of Texas at Brownsville
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Brownsville, Texas
Primary: Mr. Robert Stone
(956) 882-6655
robert.stone@utrgv.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics, Gravitational Wave Astronomy, Laser and Photonics, Optical Astronomy, Biophysics, Materials Science
Comments: RET component.
REU and RET site in Physics at The University of Texas at BrownsvilleAbstract of Award
Toledo, Ohio
Primary: Dr. Richard Irving
(419) 530-2580
rirving@utnet.uToledo.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Astronomy, Astrophysics, Condensed Matter, Computational, Materials Science, Health, Biological Physics, Photovoltaics and Plasma Physics
Comments: Ethics component.
REU Site: Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Physics ans Astronomy at the University of ToledoAbstract of Award
Salt lake city, Utah
Primary: Dr. Jordan Gerton
(801) 585-0068
jgerton@physics.utah.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics and Astronomy
REU Site: An Inclusive REU Program in Physics and Astronomy at the University of UtahAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Astronomical Sciences
Seattle, Washington
Primary: Dr. Joey Key
(425) 352-5497
joeykey@uw.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Gravitational Wave Astronomy, Computational Physics and Astrophysics, Physics Educational Research and Condensed Matter Physics
REU SITE: Physics Research at the University of Washington BothellAbstract of Award
River Falls, Wisconsin
Primary: Professor Surujhdeo Seunarine
(715) 425-4604
surujhdeo.seunarine@uwrf.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Neutrino Astrophysics, Cosmic Rays, Particle Physics and Neutron Monitor Physics
REU Site: Research in Neutrino Astrophysics at the University of Wisconsin-River FallsAbstract of Award
Nashville, Tennessee
Primary: David Ernst
alyce.dobbins@vanderbilt.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: astronomy, astrophysics, computational astrophysics, data science
Cofunded: Physics
Nashville, Tennessee
Primary: Professor Keivan Stassun
(615) 322-2828
keivan.stassun@vanderbilt.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics and AStronomy
Comments: Foreign Travel to Chile and Switzerland
REU Site: Vanderbilt University Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Physics and AstronomyAbstract of Award
Villanova, Pennsylvania
Primary: Amber L. Stuver
(610) 519-6534
amber.stuver@villanova.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics
REU Site: Astrophysics and Condensed Matter Physics at Villanova UniversityAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Materials Research, Education and Human Resources
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
REU Site: Neutrino Physics at Virginia Tech
Department of Physics
Blacksburg, Virginia
Primary: Dr. Camillo Mariani
(540) 231-4449
mariani@vt.edu
Washington State University
REU Site: The Physics of Waves from the Nanoscale to the Cosmic Scale
Department of Physics
Pullman, Washington
Primary: Robin Stratton
(509) 335-9532
rstratton@wsu.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Physics and Astronomy (Condensed Matter, Atomic, Molecular, Optics, Shock, Gravity Waves, Astronomy)
REU Site: The Physics of Waves from the Nanoscale to the Cosmic ScaleAbstract of Award
Detroit, Michigan
Primary: Professor Alexey A. Petrov
(313) 577-2739
apetrov@wayne.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Astrophysics, Nuclear physics and Particle Physics
REU Site: Research Experience for Undergraduates in Astrophysics, Nuclear and Particle PhysicsAbstract of Award
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