Physics is the study of the interaction of matter and energy. A physicist’s work mostly entails study and research to analyse and understand the natural phenomena of the universe. The wide concepts studied in physics have led to brilliant discoveries in medicine, engineering and sustainable energy.
Acoustics explores mechanical waves in gases, liquids, and solids. It also studies applications for seismic waves, shock and vibration, noise, music, communication, hearing, underwater sound, and atmospheric sound alongside earth sciences, life sciences, engineering, and the arts.
Astronomy studies space alongside planets, stars, galaxies, deep space, and the universe. In this field, you will explore how to use mathematics, physics, and chemistry to understand everything outside of the Earth’s atmosphere
Astrophysics explores the physical properties of objects in space.
Atomic Physics exposes students to the study of atoms more so in the electron properties of the atom
Biophysics seeks to explore physics in living systems at all levels, from individual cells and microbes to animals, plants, and entire ecosystems.
Chemical Physics explores physics in chemical systems. It examines how physics can be used to understand complex phenomena at a variety of scales from the molecule to a biological system.
Computational Physics focuses on the use of numerical methods to solve physical problems for which a quantitative theory already exists.
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