The Department of Physics, which was established in 1999, started its education by taking its first students in 2008-2009 academic year and so far 40 students have graduated. In addition, graduate education has started and continues with the Thesis Master in 2010 and the Doctorate programs in 2016. Currently, there are 9 professors, 3 associate professors, 1 Dr. lecturer.


To teach the basic concepts of the aimed student physics of Physics Department, to show how many concepts and theories are derived from experimental studies, to gain student researcher skills. In addition to providing basic concepts of physics, the training program will be supported by applied electronic and computer education. In the first two years of the four-year Physics undergraduate program, basic concepts and principles of physics and mathematics will be taught in such subjects as mechanics and electricity, modern and general chemistry, general mathematics and mathematical methods in physics. In the third and fourth classes, quantum physics, atom and molecular physics, statistical physics, nuclear physics, solid state physics, computer programming will be taught. The lessons in the department will be supported by laboratory practices in all aspects of contemporary physiology. Our senior students will prepare a project under the supervision of a faculty member in order to learn the methods of independent research. The Physics Department will provide a wide range of education services within the university by undertaking basic physics courses for students from other faculties of our university as well as department students.

Current Departments

  • Atomic and Molecular Physics
  • General Physics
  • Solid State Physics
  • Nuclear physics
  • High Energy and Plasma Physics


The focus is on the collection, advancement and transfer of the knowledge of physics in the academic community, which is a student, whose principles are shared, they agree on goals, open to innovations, they are mutually sensitive to love, and they are socially responsible.


It takes care not only of scientific traditions, but also of social, democratic, ethical values, shared values of humanity, critical thinking and educational programs that strengthen the students' own skills and motivations. It aims to prepare students in a wide range of life, reflecting scientific and technological developments to society, and to educate them as well-informed individuals who can achieve the opportunity for postgraduate education.