The Department of Engineering Physics integrates fundamental physics, mathematics, and engineering principles to solve societal problems, from cancer and heart disease to clean energy to space travel, while educating new generations of leaders.
Fall 2020 message from EP department chair Paul Wilson Read more.
New international fusion lab will drive stellarator innovation Read more.
Shields up: Nanomaterial bests all others in blocking speeding projectiles Read more.
Gaining traction: Discovery sheds new light on how cells move Read more.
Strengthening nuclear security with computational tools Read more.
Our department is a unique community in that we offer several academic degrees that allow you to specialize in the discipline of your choice, yet through your experiences here, you can interact with faculty, staff and students in each degree program.
Would you like to learn more about the graduate programs in Engineering Physics? For overviews of our major research areas, lab tours and more check out the EP grad recruiting page!
Our academic degrees
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering Mechanics
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics
- Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering
- Master of Science in Engineering Mechanics – Fundamentals of Applied Mechanics option
- Master of Science and PhD in Engineering Mechanics
- Master of Science and PhD in Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics
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INES – TITLE TBA – Rui Hu (ANL)
January 26, 2021 | 12:00 pm | Engineering Physics
INES – Spent Nuclear Fuel: National overview and INL specific activities – Josh Jarrell (INL)
February 2, 2021 | 12:00 pm | Engineering Physics
INES – Research on TRISO and Molten Salt Fuels At Ontario Tech University – Markus Piro (OntarioTech University)
February 9, 2021 | 12:00 pm | Engineering Physics
INES – TITLE TBA – Sama Bilbao y Leon (World Nuclear Association)
February 16, 2021 | 12:00 pm | Engineering Physics
INES – TITLE TBA – Bruce McDowell & Marcelo Elizondo (PNNL)
February 23, 2021 | 12:00 pm | Engineering Physics