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Michael Zudov conducts research in the non-equlibrium transport properties of quantum Hall systems.

Posted Friday, June 17th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

Charles Campbell studies magnetism/Quantum Fluids/Condensed Matter/Many-Body Theory/Statistical Mechanics. More »

Posted Friday, June 17th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

J. Woods Halley does condensed matter and chemical physics theory, studying simulation and experiment with an emphasis on interfaces and models of prebiotic evolution.

Posted Friday, June 17th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

Alex Kamenev does theoretical condensed matter physics of disordered systems and glasses, field-theoretical treatment of many-body systems, mesoscopic systems and out of equilibrium systems.

Posted Friday, June 17th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

Boris Shklovskii studies the theory of transport and electron-electron correlations in disordered systems, quantum Hall effect, hopping conduction and metal-nonmetal transition. More »

Posted Friday, June 17th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

Oriol Valls studies superconducting and magnetic proximity effects on nanostructures, exotic forms of superconductivity, superconducting vortices, superfluid hydrodyamics, and supersolids.

Posted Friday, June 17th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

Mikhail Shifman studies gauge field theories at strong coupling and supersymmetric field theories.

Posted Friday, June 17th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

Serge Rudaz does unified theories of elementary particle interactions and their phenomenology, applications to cosmology and astroparticle physics.

Posted Friday, June 17th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

Cynthia Cattell does research focused on analysis of satellite data to understand the particle acceleration processes, nonlinear physics including collisionless shocks, and energy conversion processes including magnetic field reconnection. More »

Posted Tuesday, June 14th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

John Wygant does spacecraft measurement of electric fields and particle acceleration in space plasmas. More »

Posted Tuesday, June 14th 2011
by Alexandra Wilkosz

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