**Dr.
Antonio M. García**

at Université Paris Sud, France

**Dr.
Jonathan Harrison**

at Universität Ulm, Germany

**Dr.
Christopher Hughes**

at Tel Aviv University, Israel

**Dr.
Alejandro Gabriel Monastra**

at The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

**Dr.
Christopher Hughes**

curriculum vitae (.tex)

web
page: www.tau.ac.il/~hughes

e-mail: hughes@aimath.org

**Education**:

- PhD in the mathematics department of the University of Bristol,
work sponsored by BRIMS, at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories Bristol.

- postdoc in the School of Mathematical Sciences at Tel Aviv University,
funded by EC Network Mathematical Aspects of Quantum Chaos.

- from there I left to work at the American Institute of Mathematics

**Publications:**

- *Random matrix theory and the discrete moments of the Riemann
zeta function*, to be published in J. Phys. A., Special Issue
in Random Matrix Theory, available at arXiv.math.NT/0207236

- *Mock Gaussian behaviour for linear statistics of classical compact
group*s (with Z. Rudnick), to be published in J. Phys. A., Special
Issue in Random Matrix Theory, available at arXiv.math.PR/0206289

- *Linear statistics for zeros of Riemann's zeta function*
(with Z.

Rudnick), to be published in C. R. Math. Acad. Sci. Paris, available
at arXiv.math.NT/0208220

- *Linear statistics for low-lying zeros of $L$--functions*
(with Z.

Rudnick), available at arXiv.math.NT/0208230

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**Dr.
Jonathan Harrison**

Date of Birth: 17/02/1975

Universität Ulm,

Abteilung Theoretische Physik,

Albert-Einstein-Allee 11,

D - 89069 ULM, Germany

+49-(0)731-50-22918 (tel)

+49-(0)731-50-22911 (fax)

jon.harrison@physik.uni-ulm.de

**
Education:**

- 1993-1997: MSci Physics (1st class Hon), Department of
Physics, University of Bristol

- 1997-2001: PhD, Department of Mathematics, University of
Bristol. Supervisor: Dr J. Robbins

Employment:

- 2001-present: Postdoctoral research at the Universität
Ulm,

employed through the European Research Training Network:
Mathematical Aspects of Quantum Chaos.

Publications:

- J. Bolte and J. Harrison, *Spectral
Statistics for the Dirac Operator on Graphs*

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**Dr.
Alejandro Gabriel Monastra**

Nationality: Argentine-Italian

Date of Birth: February 9th., 1971

curriculum vitae (.ps)

Department of Physics of Complex Systems

The Weizmann Institute of Science

76100 REHOVOT ISRAEL

phone: 972 (0)8 934.3370

fax: 972 (0)8 934.4109

alejandro.monastra@weizmann.ac.il

**Publications**:

- A.G. Monastra, U. Smilansky and S. Gnutzmann, *Avoided
intersections of nodal lines*, (submitted to J. Phys. A)

- J. P. Keating, F. Mezzadri and A. G. Monastra, *Nodal
domain distribution for quantum maps*, (submitted to J. Phys.
A)

- P. Leboeuf and A. G. Monastra*, Thermodynamics of Small Fermi
Systems: Quantum Statistical Fluctuations*, Annals of Physics
{\bf 297}, 127-156 (2002) (cond-mat/0110369).

- P. Leboeuf, A. G. Monastra and O. Bohigas, *The Riemannium*,
Regular and Chaotic Dynamics Vol. {\bf 6}, N. 2, 205-210 (2001) (nlin.CD/0101014).

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**Dr.
Antonio M. García**

Date of Birth: 1973 in Jaén, Spain

curriculum vitae (.ps)

Université
Paris Sud

LPTMS

Orsay, 91405, France

Phone: 33-(0)-16915-7987

garcia_a@ipno.in2p3.fr

**Education**

- State University of New York at Stony Brook. (1998- 2002). Doctor
en Theoretical Physics (June 2002). Title of the dissertation: 'Novel
application of critical statistics in disordered systems and quantum
chaos'. Adviser: J.J.M Verbaarschot

- University of California at Santa Cruz. (1997-1998) Student Exchange.
Non-degree program.

-Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain.

Graduated in 1996 (Licenciado en Ciencias Fisicas), specialization
in Theoretical Physics.

**Research Areas**

-Random matrix applications to quantum chaos and disordered systems.

Impact of multifractal wavefunctions on the spectral correlations
of

quantum systems. Calogero-Sutherland model.

-Non perturbative QCD.

**Publications**

Nucl. Physics. B 586 (2000) 668

Phys. Rev. E 64 066121 (2001)

cond-mat/0204151

Phys. Rev. E66 (2002) 016132

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