The B.Sc (Astrophysics) is designed to train graduates who will have the relevant skills to work in areas of Basic and Applied Space Sciences, such as Satellite Space Stations (e.g., San Marco in Malindi), Astronomical observatories and Aeronautical Engineering Departments and Remote Sensing.
B.Sc. (MTI) is concerned with the principles and applications of computer and information technology in industrial and scientific microprocessor-based instrumentation which are practically in every sector of our society, such as industry, education, tourism etc.
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS HELD A PUBLIC LECTURE TITLED: “A BRIEF JOURNEY THROUGH THE UNIVERSE” AND A PUBLIC SKY VIEWING EVENT
On Friday 21st February 2020, the Department of Physics hosted high school and primary school students and their teachers from the Oaks International Academy, Nairobi in a public lecture and sky viewing event at the College of Physical and Biological Sciences, Chiromo Campus.
The Department of Physics in conjunction with Solar Energy Research Group invites applications for training in solar photovoltaic design, Sizing, installation, maintenance and commissioning for the April/May series which will take place at the Department of Physics, Chiromo Campus, University of Nairobi from 27th April 2020-7th May 2020. The regular trainings are usually scheduled for April/May and August/September every year but when we get a critical number of people expressing interest, a special training session can alway
Physics students are part of students participants undertaking Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) who will participate in the upcoming first regional workshop on gender equality in STEM. The workshop is organized by Eastern Africa Network for Women in Basics Sciences (EANWOBAS) and will take place at the University of Nairobi, UoN Towers from November 28th-29th 2019.
The theme of the workshop is harnessing women and girls potential in STEM for sustainable development.