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Physicists from the University of Auckland collaborate with several national, international and university-led research centres and institutes. Find out more below.
Dodd-Walls is a Centre of Research Excellence working in the fields of quantum optics, photonics and precision atomic physics.
This national Centre of Research Excellence aims at making, understanding and using new materials in the improvement of people’s lives.
An award-winning research facility specialising in state-of-the-art laser photonic technology.
This Centre for Fundamental Inquiry is a University-led centre aimed at addressing deep questions that transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries.
Centre of Research Excellence that transforms complex data into knowledge, tools and insight for better decision making.
Our research covers a wide variety of topics from fundamental particle physics to the development of advanced technologies.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research, is one of the world's largest and most respected centres for scientific research.
LSST aims to provide an astronomical dataset that will address some of our fundamental questions about the universe.