Information for Prospective Graduate Students

We are seeking highly qualified, motivated and hard-working students for our PhD program. Graduate students play a significant role in our ongoing research projects. 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
  • Call us toll free at (800) 522-0772 ask for extension 53691
  • 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