Research divisions and groups
The research in the School is organised into four Divisions that bring together areas of physics with common interests and research culture. Within the Divisions, there are Research Groups that work on specific aspects of physics, across the whole range of the subject.
The ANPP division incorporates the following groups:
- Accelerator Physics
- Experimental Nuclear Physics
- Theoretical Nuclear Physics
- Particle Physics (Experiment and Theory)
The Division of Condensed Matter, Atomic and Biological Physics comprises experimental groups studying emerging phenomena in complex systems of sizes ranging from atomic to macroscopic.
Our research is described in the JBCA's research webpage. There are four main groups:
- Stars, Sun and Planets
The members of the Theoretical Physics Division are actively engaged in research over a wide range of theoretical physics. In many areas, Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Biological Physics, they are based in the same research group as their experimental colleagues and work closely with them.