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Goychuk , Igor A. [100%]
Dr. Goychuk's current research interests include: Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics and Theory of Random Processes with applications to: Theoretical ...
Brown, Ronald [99%]
Dr. Brown is currently serving as an Emeritus Professor of Physics at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo
Ritchie, David A [94%]
Professor of Experimental Physics, Fellow and Director of Studies in Physics at Robinson College
Xia, Ke [93%]
Research interests: Computational materials science and spin-electronics.
Smallwood, R H [90%]
Dr. Smallwood, along with being the Director of Research (Engineering) at Sheffield, is also a Professor of Computational Biology.
Rao, Apparao M. [90%]
Rao's research focuses on the characterization of carbon nanotubes by Raman spectroscopy and research on electronic devices.
Hu, Zhibing [89%]
Kono, Junichiro [88%]
Dr. Kono’s research interests lie in the areas of: Semiconductor Nanostructures and Devices; Ultrafast/Nonlinear Optics, and Electro-Optics and Magneto-Optics ...
Nadgorny, Edward [88%]
Dr. Edward M. Nadgorny Presidential Professor
Donnelly, Steve [87%]
Dr. Donnelly's current research interests include: the interaction of energetic ions with solids; atomic collisions in solids; inert gases in solids; ...
Ren, Zhifeng [86%]
Weizmann Institute of Science [86%]
The Department of Chemical Physics at the Weizmann Institute (Israel) is researching quantum optics, and the laser's interaction with matter – both ...
Dove, Martin [85%]
Since October 2003 I have held the post of Professor of Computational Mineral Physics in the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge.
Physics in Healthcare [84%]
Conference: 31 Oct 2012, Institute of Physics, 76 Portland Place, London, United Kingdom.<img ...

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