Research Opportunities

Research Opportunities


Student research opportunities away from UD


Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Sites:


Physics Sites

Astronomical Sciences Sites

Engineering Sites

Other Physics Opportunities:

DOE Summer Undergraduate Laboratory Internships

Argonne National Laboratory

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Argonne National Laboratory SURE Program

Oak Ridge National Laboratory 

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Internships

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Global Change Research

Medical Physics:

The American Association of Physicists in Medicine

Assorted Other Programs and Links:

Pathway to Science Summer Programs

Resources for Undergraduates in Physics and Astronomy

MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Caltech MURF Program

NIST SURF at Gaitersburg

NIST SURF at Boulder, CO

Society of Physics Students Suggestions 


 Student research opportunities at UD

Research with Dr. Hicks

Dr. Hicks studies neutron elastic and inelastic scattering and nuclear structure. Contact Dr. Hicks -hicks@udallas.edu

Research with Dr. Moldenhauer

Dr. Moldenhauer studies computational and theoretical cosmology. Contact Dr. Moldenhauer -jmoldenhauer@udallas.edu

 Research with Dr. Olenick

Dr. Olenick studies exoplanets and binary star systems. Contact Dr. Olenick - olenick@udallas.edu

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