Welcome to the Department of Physics!

 

 

  • Physics Showcase at FST Open Week, June 2015

  • Zahra Gomes, Physics graduate (with honours) receives the CommonWealth Rhodes Scholarship for her research in Cosmology

  • X-Ray Diffractometer at Materials Science Laboratory, Department of Physics.

  • Fadil Sahajad shares a local token at the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Headquarters, Tokyo. 2014

  • Peace Park established by the Department of Physics

  • Physics Final Year Project Presentations

  • Students at the Piparo Mud Volcano for Seismic Testing.

  • CARINA Star Party, Chaguaramas 2014

  • Undergraduate Graduation Ceremony, October 2013

 

 

 

The Department of Physics is committed to delivering internationally recognized teaching and research programmes in Pure & Applied Physics. At the undergraduate level, we offer programmes leading to...
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.Sc General Physics includes Minors such as...

 

 

 

 

 

Postgraduate Prospectus...

 

Doctor of Philosophy

Masters in BioMedical Physics

 

 

 

 

The Department of Physics in conjunction with the Faculty of Science and Technology is pleased to introduce a Pre-Science Programme

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The Department of Physics in conjunction with the Faculty of Engineering is pleased to introduce a Pre-University Programme

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Specialized Professional Services...

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WIN a Samsung Galaxy J7 Smart Phone by participating in our SmartGrid Public Survey!

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We are conducting a Public Survey on Smart Grid, which will end on 31st May, 2016. This survey will help us in preparing recommendations to the government for a Green Paper on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Policy in Trinidad and Tobago.

Please take part in the survey at http://smartgrid.tt

PHYSICS BOOTH @ UWI OPEN WEEK

(15th- 18th June 2015)

Department of Physics was part of the FST Open Week held for prospective students. On display were various experiments and equipment used by both undergraduate and postgraduate candidates. It was indeed an eye-opening view of Physics to many students who were very interested by its practical applications!

 

 

 

 

 

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