Laboratories

Accomodative and representative laboratories for various physics studies

Laboratories Available at the ITS Physics Department Accommodate Various Interests in Physics Science

Material

Studying and researching various types of ceramic materials, polymers, metals, semiconductors, superconductors. Current nanomaterial research is also of particular concern in our Study Program. Researches concerning synthesis, characterization, theory and modeling. The study is directed at uncovering application variables such as electrical, magnetic, mechanical, corrosion and acoustic properties aimed at supporting the industry

Geophysics

The application of physics in studying the phenomena of the earth and its use for mapping natural structures and rocks below the earth’s surface. Earth’s symptoms include natural events that can occur on earth, sea and atmosphere and their interactions with human life. The natural structure under the settlement is closely related to the interests of exploration of mining materials (oil, gas and minerals) as well as civil construction planning. Subsurface artificial structures can be used for environmental and archeological studies.

Opto-electronics

Studying and researching optical communication devices (optical fiber and photonic devices) and microwaves (mobile communication antennas, portable phones) both experimentally and numerically analysis using the FD-BPM & FD-TD method; and Non Destructive Testing (NDT) with holographic and ESPI methods.

Theoretical Physics

Understanding, studying and expressing fundamental laws in nature, specifically interested in the application of quantum field theory to particle physics and related actual issues.

Instrumentation Learn

Research and develop sensors, measurements, and data acquisition both analog and digital and on line and in real time. Sensor objects include natural processes, chemical processes, and those related to other physical quantities. Modeling and simulation are also developed for the design of instrumentation systems and control systems.

Medical Physics