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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 groups (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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