Chemistry and Physics


Physics II students display their award certificates for creative excellence in DC Motor competition
Dr. Datta and images from his published paper on Theoretical Model to Help Explain Superconductivity in New Class of Iron-Based Superconductors
Dr. Guerrero alongside image of book - Fluids, Colloids, and Soft Materials - which she co-wrote a chapter for
Dr. De Silva and images of students presenting research at 2016 APS meeting
Dr. Miao, Dr. Albers, students and collaborators publish paper on the Synthesis and Properties of New Potential Semi-Conducting Compoounds
Two students standing in front of a projection screen as they present their Electronics lab project to an audience
A group of students and faculty posing together as the 2016 GAS Conference
Dr. Miao and Students publish research paper on group VIB Metal Carbonyl Complexes
Dr. Lebedyeva and co-authors publish book chapter on the use of benzotriazoles for synthesis of peptides and peptidomimetics

Current News

Dr De Silva

De Silva named visiting scientist to harvard physics institute

Dr. Theja De Silva, Assistant Professor of Physics, has been selected as a Visiting Scientist to conduct research at Harvard University’s Institute for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (ITAMP) this coming summer. This award, which includes funds for travel, lodging and local expenses, will allow Dr. De Silva the opportunity to collaborate with leading theoretical physicists from around the world as they gather at the Institute.  (READ MORE)

 

 

Scholarship Programs

Group photo of recipients of ADP Scholarship

Nuclear Science Scholarship ADP Scholarship

For information about other departmental scholarships, Click Here.

Why be a Chemistry & Physics Major

Where do our students go to graduate school?

 

College of Science and Math shows up strong to Georgia Academy of Sciences Meeting 

Scimath at Georgia Academy of Sciences meetingFive Augusta University students and one faculty member from the College of Science and Mathematics presented at the Georgia Academy of Sciences Meeting at Young Harris College on March 24 and 25. Read more.