Bachelor in Physics
Toshima City, Japan
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The physics department is a small department with sixteen faculty members and roughly two hundred students. The department is well known for its highly qualified education and research activities.
There are eight independent research groups in the department. Each group, which is the core of our research, consists of a professor and an assistant professor as well as graduate and undergraduate students. The five groups in experimental physics cover a wide range of fields including condensed matter physics, surface physics, quantum optics, crystal science, and biophysics. The three theoretical groups cover condensed matter physics, statistical physics, mathematical physics, relativity, and cosmology.