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NEWS AND FEATURES

LIGO

LIGO Scientists' New Finding Could ‘Change The Way We Do Astronomy'. Texas Tech faculty members were instrumental in a critical part of this discovery  Learn More

LIGO

Congratulations to our 2017-2018 Fellowship Recipients: AT&T Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship to I. Taulli, and J.T. and Margaret Talkington Graduate Fellowship to H. Farooq, A. Gordienko, A. Poursoroush, M. Servati and S. Siddique  Learn More

LIGO

Prof. Wigmans published a new book titled "Calorimetry: Energy Measurement in Particle Physics (2nd Edition)“ by Oxford University Press Learn More

LIGO

Dr. Robert Morehead talks 2017 Solar Eclipse KTTZ1, KTTZ2, KLBK

LIGO

Texas Tech researcher helped revel cosmic explosions during search for light from LIGO's newest detection Learn More

LIGO

LIGO collaboration, including two TTU scientists, detects Gravitational waves for third time Learn More

Cosmics

Undergraduates search for hidden tombs in Turkey using cosmic-ray muons Learn More

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Physics Eduacation

New issue of the PHYSICS@TTU newsletter has been published Learn More

Physics Eduacation

Texas Tech Astronomy Physics Group Celebrates Observation of Gravitational Waves Learn More

Physics Eduacation

 Texas Tech High Energy Physics Group Celebrates Announcement of Nobel Prize in Physics Learn More

OUR VISION

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The Texas Tech Physics & Astronomy Department is committed to achieving important research while still providing a high quality of education for our students at the undergraduate and graduate level. We have five active areas of research. For descriptions of current research topics at TTU, click Research Topics in each research area.

JOB OPENINGS

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Texas Tech University is currently seeking applicants for the following positions:

CALENDAR

Department of Physics and Astronomy