Theoretical and Computational Physics at OSU
The theory group of the physics department at Oregon State University engages in a wide range of research areas from materials physics to nano science to biological systems. For more details visit the individual research group pages:
Theory of magnetism and magnetic materials.
Density functional theory, water models, ferroelectric materials.
Electronic and optical properties of semiconductors and organic conductors, materials prediction, biosensors.
Biophysics, Nanotechnology, Many-body physics & simulation techniques, Quantum Information Theory.
The theory group consists of 4 professors, 2 postdocs, 5 graduate students and several undergraduate students.