The Lehigh Physics Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program is funded primarily by the National Science Foundation. The mission of the REU program is to broaden participation in research by groups who are underrepresented in STEM fields. Therefore we strongly encourage applications from women, ethnic minorities, students with disabilities, first generation college students, and students whose home college does not provide Physics research opportunities. Previous research experience is not a requirement.
Possible research areas include
Atomic & Molecular Physics.
Condensed Matter/Materials Science.
High Energy Theory.
Photonics and Nonlinear Optics.
Physics Education Research.
About Lehigh University, Department of Physics
The Department of Physics at Lehigh University offers programs leading to the B.A. in astronomy, the B.S. in astrophysics, and to the B.A., B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in physics, as well as a summer research program for undergraduates.Research areas include astronomy and astrophysics; atomic, molecular, and optical physics; biophysics; computational physics; condensed-matter physics; general relativity, cosmology, and string theory; high-energy and accelerator physics; nano science; non-linear optics and photonics; plasma physics; soft-condensed matter and complex fluids; and statistical physics.
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