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Department of Physics

Physics Department
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NSF REU at K-State: Interactions of Matter, Light and Learning

2022 Projects  

These are the projects from which students can choose in 2022. Please read over them to get an idea of what type of research interests you and e-mail your preferences to reu@phys.ksu.edu.  We will then try to match each participant with one of their top two choices if possible, or the third if necessary. (If for any reason we run into trouble with this process, we'll get in touch with you to get more information).  Before choosing, please feel free to contact Dr. Flanders (bret.flanders@phys.ksu.edu), or the faculty members desired to work with as they are happy to provide more information.