About us The School has significant experimental infrastructure in Condensed Matter Physics and Photonics and has strong links with CSIR, iThemba LABS and NECSA. Our researchers are working with the best in the world to change our society for the better from searching for the Higgs boson at CERN and researching the open skies with SKA.
Research environment Our research environment includes theoretical and experimental high energy physics, materials physics, condensed matter physics, nuclear physics, astronomy and astrophysics, high-throughput electronics, photonics, space propulsion, and physics education.
The Rhisotope ProjectUsing science-based solutions, we hope to curb the demand for rhino horns and ultimately save a species.
Physics in everyday life
The Structured Light Lab
Triplet spin superconductivity in diamondsTriplet spin superconductivity in diamonds at the Nano-Scale Transport Physics Laboratory (NSTPL) in the School of Physics
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South African team makes giant leap towards a 3D quantum camera
21 February 2023
Wits names three scholars as Friedel Sellschop Fellows
16 February 2023
Researchers find distortion-free forms of structured light
8 February 2023
Wits physicist is joint winner of The World Academy of Sciences award
2 December 2022