National Institute of Physics

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Coordinates: 14°38′56″N 121°4′23″E / 14.64889°N 121.07306°E / 14.64889; 121.07306

National Institute of Physics (UP Diliman).

The National Institute of Physics (NIP) was established in 1983 by Presidential Executive Order No. 889 which transformed the Department of Physics of the College of Arts and Sciences into one of seven research and academic institutes of the University of the Philippines Diliman - College of Science.

The NIP has been designated as a Center of Excellence by the Commission on Higher Education. The Institute, considered to be the best in the country, has earned accolades locally and abroad.

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The Institute's faculty, graduate and undergraduate students are actively engaged in research in the following areas: Condensed Matter, Instrumentation Physics, Photonics, Structure and Dynamics, Plasma Physics and Fields and Particle Physics

The Condensed Matter Laboratory is divided into two clusters: the Semiconductor Group and the Superconductor Group.

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