The main research areas of the Faculty of Physics include: study of motion and gravitational radiation of system of bodies within the general relativity theory, searching for gravitational waves in collaboration with VIRGO project, modelling of electromagnetic spectrum of active galactic nuclei, estimating masses of supermassive black holes; investigation of properties of solids by neutrons and X-ray diffraction, Mössbauer spectroscopy, synchrotron radiation,


Compton spectroscopy, EXAFS and muon spin rotation, reconstruction of electron charge, spin and momentum distribution by Maximum Entropy Method, investigation of interactions of relativistic ions and heavy nuclei; complex study of magnetic properties of magnetic films and patterned (by EBL and FIB) nanostructures, metals, isolators and semicondutors using Kerr-effects-based optical microscopy and magnetometry; atomic and magnetic force microscopy, femtosecond-laser-based system, VSM and FMR; study of weakly interacting bosons at subkelvin temperatures, investigation of fermionic, spinor and dipolar condensates; study of topological properties of condensates and dipolar resonances, study of applications of Clifford algebras and integrable systems in differential geometry, study of integrable systems and soliton surfaces on time scales; study of light front formulation of quantum field theory, electrodynamics with electric and magnetic sources, high spin particles and spin-mass couplings, study of particle dynamics in a deformed space-time, application of string theory in cosmology.