Over the summer and the past semester, the physics department has entirely refurbished its advanced lab offerings with new experiments and instrumentation. 

Faraday rotation experimentFaraday rotation experiment

Physics 380 Electronics Laboratory, 481 Advanced Physics Laboratory, and 482 Advanced Optics Laboratory are now hosted in Dan Black Hall 168.

These classes have been entirely revamped with the generous matching support of Dan Black for TeachSpin instrumentation and a number of new experiments including doppler-free laser diode spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance, lock-in detection, Faraday rotation, Fabry-Perot cavities, and a variety of interferometry.