Department of Physics

Welcome to the Department of Physics of International Islamic University Islamabad
The Physics department at IIU is dedicated to research, development, and education across all aspects of Physics with particular emphasis on micro and nanotechnology. The departmental resources are focused on addressing the incorporation of nanotechnology into undergraduate and postgraduate education, and into industrial applications. The academic and research programs have been designed in close collaboration with the National Centre for Physics and have been offered first time in Pakistan.
Since the interests of Nanotechnology covers fields that overlap both engineering and basic sciences, the Physics Department draws its faculty having background in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Engineering. This interdisciplinary aspect of the program allows a flexibility and range in curriculum those results in an extraordinary mixture of courses and research in different sections of science and technology. In fact, one of the unique aspects of IIU is that research and collegiality extend across departmental borders, and the subsequent collaborations are nothing short of spectacular..
Dr. Shaista Shahzada
Department of Physics,
International Islamic University, Islamabad.
Ph: 051 9258006, 051-9019811
Academic programs offered:
These programs will be jointly supervised by the IIU Faculties of Sciences (FS), Engineering & Technology (FET), and National Centre for Physics (NCP).