Dr. David Garrison is a Professor of Physics at University of Houston-Clear Lake. He served as Interim Associate Dean, chair of the Physical Science and Physics Programs, director of graduate programs for CSE, and twice served as president of the UHCL Faculty Senate. Dr. Garrison successfully developed and oversaw the approval of a revised bachelor's degree in physical science, a bachelor's degree in physics, an engineering physics sub-plan, a masters degree in physics, a professional Master of Physics sub-plan in technical management, and a collaborative Ph.D. program in physics. His research in computational and theoretical physics consists of work in numerical relativity and cosmology. Dr. Garrison conducted various research projects both independently and in collaboration with NASA JSC. Research topics include numerical relativity, cosmology, computational physics, and plasma physics. His primary focus is on studying the early universe using numerical simulations.

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