The Department of Engineering Physics offers programs of study leading to Master’s (MASc –thesis), M.Eng (Industrial Internship) and PhD degrees. A Department Scholarship is available to students working in a thesis program.
Engineering Physics is about understanding and advancing knowledge and technologies used in a wide range of state-of-the-art systems including optical communications, sensors for biomedical and environmental applications, lasers and LEDs, photovoltaics and nuclear power systems.
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Major project areas are:
- Nano- and Micro-Device Engineering
- Nuclear Engineering and Energy Systems
The Department houses some of the most advanced facilities in Canada in these areas of research, including photonic, microeletronic and MEMs device fabrication and testing, extensive materials growth and characterization and the largest research nuclear reactor on a Canadian University campus.