Research Centers & Facilities

Isnap Machinery

Institute for Structure and Nuclear Astrophysics (ISNAP)

ISNAP focuses on fundamental and applied low energy nuclear physics. ISNAP faculty members perform their research at the Notre Dame Nuclear Science Laboratory (NSL), but are also actively involved in research and development projects at the Argonne National Laboratory and at the Facility of Radioactive Ion Beams (FRIB) at the Michigan State University. ISNAP operates the Nuclear Science Laboratory (NSL). The NSL research activities are supported by the US NSF.

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Machine Shop

The Physics Machine Shop is a full service design and fabrication shop staffed with progressive minded craftsmen and state-of-the-art machinery.

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Center for Astrophysics

This area couples naturally into Notre Dame’s involvement with the Large Binocular Telescope and the Steward Observatory facilities.

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Lucy Family Institute for Data & Society

The Lucy Family Institute for Data & Society serves as an intellectual hub for Notre Dame students, faculty, and research scientists, an incubator for existing and emerging data science and analytics programs across the colleges, and a collaborator with leaders from industry, government, and academia to advance data innovations and to help transform society and individual lives.

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Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics - Center for the Evolution of the Elements (JINA-CEE)

The Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics - Center for the Evolution of the Elements (JINA-CEE) is a NSF Physics Frontiers Center that addresses related fundamental questions about the cosmos. We are an interdisciplinary, collaborative network of 24 institutions in 9 countries, with the core institutions Michigan State University, the University of Notre Dame, Arizona State University, and the University of Washington located in the U.S.

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MBE Laboratory for Quantum Material Synthesis at Notre Dame

Development of quantum materials and their design are at the heart of future technologies, from the novel semiconductor functionalities and lasers for various applications, to the design of entirely new man-made multi-functional materials for new detectors and new types of computation (e.g., quantum computing).