PG Study The Physics Department at Imperial College is one of the largest and most prestigious postgraduate schools in Physics in the UK. In terms of research it uniquely covers the most comprehensive range of important experimental and theoretical research fields.

Many research groups in the Department are also involved in international and industrial collaboration, and much interdisciplinary research is also undertaken.

The Department has extensive facilities and a tremendous range of research topics available to postgraduate research students, and also currently runs eight MSc/MRes programmes. There are more than 200 research students and over 100 masters students in the Department.

 Prospective students from outside the UK will find some additional useful information on our International Students pages, including information about applications and visas.

PG Student Representatives

Physics PG Student Committee

The key roles of the Committee are:

  1. To act on the Physics PG Committee and report forward any issues there
  2. To act on any Committee which needs representation from the Postgraduate body
  3. To organise social events

Members

Departmental PG Representatives

 

 

Each group also has its own student representative. They are as follows:


Astrophysics


Condensed Matter Theory

 


Experimental Solid State

 


High Energy Physics

 


Photonics

 


Plasma Physics

 


Quantum Optics and Laser Science

 

Space and Atmospheric Physics

 


Theoretical Physics