John J. Dykla, Ph.D.
Office: 304 Cudahy Science Building
- B.S. (Honors) Loyola University Chicago (1966)
- Ph.D. California Institute of Technology (1973)
- Research Associate, Relativity Center, Univ. of Texas (1971-73)
- Joined Loyola in 1973
- Astronomy, College Physics, Classical Mechanics
Dr. Dykla's interests include: general relativity theory - constructing and interpreting solutions of Einstein's equations; cosmology - especially the effects of particle physics in setting boundary conditions; astrophysics - particularly high energy processes near black holes in space; use of space technology for scientific investigations, especially in astronomy; use of computers, especially graphics, in physics research and teaching.