Experimental nuclear physics research at NC State includes a wide variety of experiments in low-energy nuclear physics, chaos in nuclei, fundamental interactions, nuclear astrophysics and neutrinos. The faculty and their graduate students conduct research at nearby facilities (TUNL and PULSTAR) and at various laboratories in and outside the U.S.
The group is strongly oriented toward technically challenging experiments that deal with fundamental physics problems. Students gain hands-on skills in experiments and have the opportunity to work with collaborators from around the world.
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