NEWS: WE HAVE JOINED CRESST II !!! M. Alfred is Associate Director.

NEWS : Big Data – Monthly XSEDE Workshop -September 12 -13, 2017 in the lab

The primary goals of the Computational Physics Lab are to increase the numbers of African Americans in physics and astronomy at both the undergraduate, graduate, and post doctoral levels.

For potential graduate and undergraduate students, if you are interested in working on any of our research projects, please do not hesitate to contact us:

The faculty and scientist in the lab are Marcus Alfred, James Lindesay, Robert Catchings, and William Hercules. We are in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Howard University, 2355 6th St. NW, Washington DC, 20059. 202 806 7203.

To get to the Howard University Physics and Astronomy Departmental home page visit:
HU physics and astronomy department

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