Physics is the foundation of all the natural sciences and the most advanced and dynamically changing discipline in the natural sciences. History shows that classical mechanics was established in the 17th century, followed by thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, electromagnetism, and fluid mechanics in the 18th and 19th centuries. In the early 20th century, the theory of relativity and quantum mechanics were established. These are the gold standard of physics, where our predecessors uncovered natural phenomena' nature and compiled them into universal concepts and laws. The industrial revolution cannot be discussed without the development of physics.
The Department of Physics (ULM) is established in 2020. It offers BS programs in Physics for now, which would be further extended to M. Phil and PhD.
We welcome those who are curious and inquisitive about nature and its mechanisms, those who want to open up new horizons in the natural sciences with clear eyes and flexible thinking, and those who want to use physics to help solve society's problems.
To become a leading center facilitating research at the frontiers of physics by providing access to cutting edge technologies and imparting technical skills in an environment conducive for learning.
To produce highly trained physicists with knowledge and skills on a par with those graduated from the top institutions of the world and having problem solving aptitude to meet the scientific challenges that the national and international community face.