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Barnard Hall (formerly the EPS building) houses the departments of Physics and Computer Science. It is also home to the Center for Biofilm Engineering and Microfabrication Lab as well as classrooms, research facilities for graduate and undergraduate students, the Burns Technology Center, and a lecture hall. In addition, Barnard Hall contains Studio 1080.

Constructed in 1997, Barnard Hall takes the place of the old Ryon Lab.


 Barnard Hall

Handicapped accessible from all entrances

Upcoming events in Barnard Hall

Physics Colloquium - The Ins and Outs of Black Holes
Monday, February 27, 2017, from 4:10pm to 5:00pm

Accreting black holes are among the most exotic and powerful sources of energy in the universe, and their energy output, called "feedback," can influence the formation and growth of galaxies. Observing galaxy-scale feedback directly is a challenge.   View Details

Dr. Mary Ann Cummings, Assistant Teaching Professor Candidate Seminar
Monday, February 27, 2017, from 4:15pm to 5:00pm

Use of a Modeling and Simulation Framework to Identify and Quantify Emergent Behavior in System of Systems Simulations   View Details

Accreting supermassive black holes, or active galactic nuclei (AGN), are among the most energetic sources of radiation in the Universe. In some cases, they produce more light than all of the stars in their host galaxy combined.   View Details