Physics and Engineering Department

The Physics and Engineering Department offers a wide variety of courses, serving students who seek the bachelor of science degree in physics, engineering, or integrated engineering, along with many other STEM disciplines.

Students build upon their studies of physics and engineering to develop careers in a diverse range of professions as well as to support their graduate work in physics, engineering, and related fields.

Faculty Publications

Kuehner - Experimental investigation of the free ...

Kuehner, Joel P. (Physics and Engineering) Article, 2015 Experimental investigation of the free convection velocity boundary layer and plume formation region for a heated horizontal cylinder International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer v.82 p.78 -97

Mazilu - Cooperative sequential-adsorption model in two ...

Mazilu, Irina (Physics and Engineering) Article, 2014 Cooperative sequential-adsorption model in two dimensions with experimental applications for ionic self-assembly of nanoparticles Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics v.89 n.6

Mazilu - Cooperative sequential-adsorption model in two ...

Mazilu, Dan A. (Physics and Engineering) Article, 2014 Cooperative sequential-adsorption model in two dimensions with experimental applications for ionic self-assembly of nanoparticles Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics v.89 n.6

Cook - Cooperative sequential-adsorption model in two ...

Cook, L. Jonathan (Physics and Engineering) Article, 2014 Cooperative sequential-adsorption model in two dimensions with experimental applications for ionic self-assembly of nanoparticles Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics v.89 n.6

Williams - Synchronization states and multistability in ...

Williams, Caitlin R. (Physics and Engineering) Article, 2013 Synchronization states and multistability in a ring of periodic oscillators: Experimentally variable coupling delays Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science v.23 n.4