Physics professor selected for research fellowship
TAMPA, Fla. -- University of South Florida Assistant Professor Jiangfeng Zhou of the Department of Physics has been selected for the 2013 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship. He will be joining 125 researchers from different universities, 23 that are coming from the physics department across North America.
The fellowship seeks to stimulate research by early career scientists and scholars of outstanding promise. The two-year fellowship is awarded yearly to 126 researchers in recognition of their performance and potential to make contributions to their field.
Researchers from different disciplines such as chemistry, mathematics and economics will join Zhou.
Zhou isn’t the only professor from USF, as he will be joined by Assistant Professor in Oceanography Cameron H. Ainsworth.
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Author: Marc Seide