TRIPODS program helps promote long-term, interdisciplinary research and training activities for theoretical computer scientists, statisticians, and mathematicians.
CHESS announces the 13th Annual CHESS Student Research Paper Prize of $1,000 to be awarded to the best student paper published in 2017.
This outreach event will provide information and resources on the PREM program as well as on Hampton University's School of Engineering and Technology, Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center, the Office of Admissions, and School of Nursing.
Hampton University’s Christopher Johnson presented his research at the Fall MRS Meeting.
DMR Director Linda Sapochak shared her experiences at a recent MRS meeting in Boston.
Content includes facilities that grantees have access to, and travel expenses assistance.
The webinar will entail a description of the current solicitation by Program Director Eva M. Campo.
Demetris Geddis, School of Engineering and Technology's Assistant Dean will serve as this year's keynote speaker.
Desirable qualifications for these positions are a PhD in Chemistry or Materials Science with knowledge of organic chemical synthesis, x-ray diffraction analysis, and/or quantum computations.