Physics and TUNL Staff Support Menu: The Physics Department and Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory (TUNL) employ more than a dozen employees specializing in different skills to assist department faculty, students, researchers and visitors. Please access the menu of individual staff duties and determine who can best help you.
Computing at Physics: The Physics Department maintains a variety of computer systems and the networking infrastructure that connects them. Inside the department and the associated research groups there are over 500 computer systems in use in day-to-day and research-oriented tasks.
Physics Webmail: Access physics e-mail via the web
Physics Department Conference Rooms: There are several rooms around the Physics Department that can be scheduled by any Department member for academic use, including Preliminary or Dissertation exams, group meetings, etc. In some cases, groups or individuals have priority of the room use. To schedule a room, please contact the person in charge of the schedule.
Teaching Demonstrations: The Physics Department maintains a catalog of physics demonstrations. These are available for lectures and outreach.
Proposal and Research Development: The Office of Research Development in the Division of Natural Sciences identifies proposal and funding opportunities of interest to natural sciences faculty and provides pre-award support for grants—particularly large, complex, interdisciplinary, and/or multidisciplinary proposals—including proposal development, editing, formatting, and submission support.