Produced by UTD Physicists
The Coupled Ion Neutral Dynamics Investigation (CINDI) is a small NASA mission of opportunity studying space weather in Earth’s atmosphere.
A key priority of the Department of Physics is to reach out to communities beyond the UT Dallas campus. From physics camps for middle-school girls to comic books about space science to research tools to aid cosmologists, our faculty and students provide leadership, service and unique opportunities to encourage the study and pursuit of physics.
The CINDI Educational and Public Outreach Resource Center (CINDI)
Integrated Software in Testing General Relativity (ISiTGR)
Women in Physics at the University of Texas at Dallas (WIP) – A UTeach Dallas Partner
Dallas-area middle-school girls test their knowledge of physics principles as part of UT Dallas’ Physics Camp for Girls. Read more
Dr. Robert Glosser (left), head of the UT Dallas Department of Physics, encourages visitors to “try physics” at the Sally Ride Science Festival held on campus in 2013. Read more