Department of Physics has two classical physics laboratories: Mechanics Laboratory (LMF 216) and Electricity & Magnetism Laboratory (LMF 217). Over 350 students conduct experiments in these laboratories every week. Through the experiments, students acquire knowledge of scientific methods, and gain experience in making measurements, analyzing and presenting data taking into account random and systematic errors. Modern Physics and Optics Laboratories are also available for Physics students.
The research topics addressed within the department are functional thin films, micro- and nano-structures, transport properties of low dimensional systems, radiation physics and archeological dating. Experimental research studies are underway at Functional Nanostructures Laboratory and Luminescence and Archeometry Laboratory.