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Alexey A Petrov

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Rumble Fellowships in physics at WSU
« : дек. 11, 2003, 14:16 »
The Department of Physics and Astronomy (http://www.physics.wayne.edu )
at Wayne State University invites applications from well-prepared and
motivated students for endowed Thomas C. Rumble Fellowship. This competitive
award facilitates graduate study in Physics and includes a stipend, full
tuition waiver, housing allowance, and medical and dental benefits.

The Department has state-of-the-art research facilities and offers
excellent research opportunities in theoretical and experimental
high energy nuclear and particle physics, atomic physics, and condensed
matter physics (including biophysics, nanophysics, magnetism,
superconductivity and liquid crystals). Our faculty, postdocs
and students participate in major international collaborations
at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory,
Fermi National Acelerator Laboratory, and Laboratory of Elementary
Particle Physics at Cornell University. In addition, research programs
are conducted at Wayne State's interdisplinary Center for Smart Sensors
and Integrated Microsystems, NanoBioScience Institute, and Institute
for Scientific Computing housing an IBM RS/6000 SP massive parallel

Applications (available from
should be sent to:

Graduate Admissions Committee/Rumble Fellowship
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Wayne State University
Detroit, Michigan 48201 USA

All applicants will also be automatically considered for available
teaching and reasearch assistantships. Applications will be considered
until the positions are filled. Informal inquiries are welcome and
should be sent to Prof. Paul Keyes, Chair, Graduate Admissions
Committee, at keyes@wayne.edu. For theoretical particle phsyics iquiries,
 contact Prof. Alexey A. Petrov at apetrov@physics.wayne.edu