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  • Density Functional Theory and its Applications
    to Physics and Chemistry

    Dr. Kurt Fredrickson
    Applied Materials (Sunnyvale, CA)

    November 13, 2017


  • Nights at the Observatory
    Come Observe the Wonders of the Universe

    HCSI Roof
    Every Monday evening from 7:30-9:30 pm

    California State University, Long Beach

  • Physics Programs offered at CSULB Applied Physics Computational Physics General Physics PhysTEC

    Our Program

    We offer training for the following career paths:
    (click on an image to open the webpage of the option)

  • APS Bridge Program

    The CSULB Physics & Astronomy Department is one of only six APS Bridge Sites in the nation!

    The purpose of the program is to welcome, train, and successfully send off students to do a PhD in Physics, and it focuses on students from the population that are underrepresented in physics.

  • Computational Physics Program

    Computational Physics Program

    Dr. Papp teaches how to solve computational
    physics problems.
    Read more on the computational
    physics page.

  • Dr. Peterson's research group

    Strongly correlated physics group

    Dr. Peterson and his group are investigating strongly correlated quantum systems such as the fractional quantum Hall effect and topological quantum phases.

  • Dr. Ojeda's research group

    Nanoelectronics Group

    Dr. Dr. Ojeda-Aristizabal’s group is interested in the exciting phenomena occurring at the nanoscale, from the quantum coherent behavior of electrons in layered materials to the macroscopic effects ruling electrons living in two dimensions.

  • Quantum Few Body Systems

    Dr. Papp and his group are investigating the quantum mechanics of few body systems in nuclear and particle physics.

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