Research In Theoretical & Computational Cosmology
RESEARCH IN THEORETICAL & COMPUTATIONAL COSMOLOGY
CREDIT OFFERED: 1-3 hours of PHSX 501 or 503
SALARY OFFERED: Possibility after a trial period. Student should apply for an undergrad RA from the Honors Program.
CONTACT PERSON: Adrian Melott, 864-3037, email@example.com, Malott Hall 4075. Prof. Melott has sponsored more than 10% of the undergaduates who have gone on to become KU Goldwater Scholars.
PREREQUISITE COURSES: PHSX 212 or 214 with an "A". Geology and Biology majors are eligible.
DESIRED SKILLS: Fortran a C++, Unix. Can be learned on the job.
DESCRIPTION OF JOB: Research in Cosmology, usually computational and related to the large-scale structure of the Universe. May involve motions of matter or large scales, the evolution of galaxy clusters, etc.