Columbia University - Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
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About Columbia University - Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
The graduate program in applied physics includes plasma physics and controlled fusion; solid-state physics; optical and laser physics; and medical physics. The graduate program in applied mathematics includes research in applied analysis and atmospheric, oceanic, and earth physics. The graduate programs in materials science and engineering focus on understanding and developing new and better materials for the use in innovative engineering applications.
The Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics is unique, with vibrant academic programs and cutting-edge research spanning from applied physics, to applied mathematics, to materials science and engineering, and to medical physics. These efforts highlight our Department, as do the many interconnections between them.
Modeling ways to predict weather. Decoding the mathematics of cancer. Testing sophisticated solutions for developing nanoscale devices. Pioneering fusion energy. Those are just some of the extraordinary advances made in our Department.
1 job with Columbia University - Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
Research Scientist positions in the area of positions of tokamak stability and off-normal event research