Physics: Computational, Physics: Condensed Matter, Physics: Optics and Laser
The NSF-funded REU Site in Physics at Howard University is a ten-week (May 25- July 31, 2020) Summer Research Internship focusing on cutting-edge research in computational nanophysics, experimental nanophysics, laser spectroscopy and optics.
Stipend: $500/week + Housing + Travel provided
Application Deadline: April 1, 2020
Please read the following instructions carefully to apply online for the 2020 Summer REU program in physics at Howard University. We will be accepting applications until 4/01/2020.
A complete application includes:
The application form.
A copy of your undergraduate transcript, including Fall 2019 grades (unofficial copy is sufficient).
Email the application form and the transcript to the Howard University REU in Physics Program Director at email@example.com
Your letter writers should email the recommendation letters to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title "Letter of Recommendation on behalf of YourName".
Note: While the application form is automated to send the corresponding follow up emails, please follow up with your letter writers to ensure receipt.
For additional information, contact Dr. Prabhakar Misra (email@example.com; 202-806-6251).
Additional Salary Information: Plus housing and travel reimbursement
About Howard University
The employer will be the REU in Physics Program at Howard University, which will offer 10-week summer research internships and pay a stipend. Travel and housing will also be covered. The Department of Physics & Astronomy at Howard University hosts the REU Summer Program funded by the National Science Foundation. Six faculty members serve as mentors for the REU Physics Program.
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