DEPARTMENT OF

Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy

DEPARTMENT OF

Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy

 

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Our Department


The Department of Physics at Queen's University is one of Canada's leading teaching and research institutes in Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy. Our faculty include high-profile, world-class physicists who work on cutting edge areas of theoretical, computational, applied and experimental physics.

Our students have the opportunity to engage in international collaboration as well as inter-disciplinary research with other departments at Queen's, and work in state-of-the-art laboratories.

  • Dr. Gilles Gerbier being awarded the CERC from the Right Honorable Ed Holder

    Dr. Gilles Gerbier receives the CERC award from the Right Honorable Ed Holder (Minister of State: Science and Technology). (Photo courtesy of Dr. Stephane Courteau, Dept. of Physics, Queen's University)

  • The Right Honorable Ed Holder (MP, Minister of Science and Technology) congratulates Dr. Gilles Gerbier.

    The Right Honorable Ed Holder (Minister of State: Science and Technology) congratulates Dr. Gilles Gerbier at the CERC Announcement on September 26, 2014. ​(Photo courtesy of Dr. Stephane Courteau, Dept. of Physics, Queen's University)

  • Queen's University's Principal Daniel Woolf at CERC Announcement

    Principal Daniel Woolf introduces the Right Honorable Ed Holder (Minister of State: Science and Technology). ​(Photo courtesy of Dr. Stephane Courteau, Dept. of Physics, Queen's University)

  • Dr. Gerbier being congratulated by Queen's University VP Research Steven Liss.

    Queen's University's VP Research Steven Liss congratulates Dr. Gilles Gerbier on his CERC appointment. ​(Photo courtesy of Dr. Stephane Courteau, Dept. of Physics, Queen's University)

  • Dr. Gilles Gerbier speaks at the CERC Announcement

    Dr. Gerbier speaks at the CERC Announcement at Richardson Hall on September 26, 2014. ​(Photo courtesy of Dr. Stephane Courteau, Dept. of Physics, Queen's University)

  • Dr. Gerbier being interviewed by tv reporter.

    A reporter from a local television station, CKWS, interviews Dr. Gilles Gerbier after receiving his CERC. ​(Photo courtesy of Dr. Stephane Courteau, Dept. of Physics, Queen's University)

  • Physics Graduate Students at the CERC Reception for Dr. Gilles Gerbier.

    Physics graduate students and faculty attend the CERC reception for Dr. Gilles Gerbier. ​(Photo courtesy of Dr. Stephane Courteau, Dept. of Physics, Queen's University)

  • SNOLAB researchers, Ed Holder (MP), Principal Daniel Woolf, with Dr. Gilles Gerbier

    From left to right: Dr.Art McDonald, Dr.Mark Boulay, Dr.Wolfgang Rau, Right Honorable Ed Holder, Dr.Gilles Gerbier, Principal Daniel Woolf, Dr.Tony Noble and Dr.Philippe di Stefano. ​(Photo courtesy of Dr. Stephane Courteau, Dept. of Physics, Queen's University)