Information for Prospective Graduate Students

Thank you for your interest in our graduate program in physics and astronomy. Graduate students play an integral role in our ongoing research projects, our teaching activities, and our public outreach efforts.  You will find details about our program and how to apply in the links to the right with other general information below.

  • Astrophysics: supernovae, cosmology, extragalactic astronomy, nucleosynthesis, observational astronomy, exoplanets, disk/planetary dynamics, star formation
  • Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics: ultracold atoms and molecules, quantum devices, quantum optics, matter waves, scattering, dimensional perturbation theory, precision spectroscopy, quantum information and entanglement
  • Condensed Matter Physics: nanostructures, scanning probe microscopy, semiconductor quantum wells, quantum materials, correlated electrons, topological materials, nano/microelectronic devices, photovoltaics, materials science
  • High Energy Physics: dark matter, standard model measurements, particle cosmology, Higgs boson studies, ATLAS detector development at CERN, quantum field theory, supersymmetric searches
  • E-mail: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.
  • Call the Physics Department Office at (405) 325-3961
  • Graduate Recruiting and Selection Committee
    Homer L. Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy
    The University of Oklahoma
    440 W Brooks St
    Norman, OK 73019-2061
    USA