Mathematical physics is an interdisciplinary research area that includes quantum mechanics, molecular dynamics, and acoustics. Pictured to the right is professor emeritus George Hagedorn, who was recently honored by a conference named for him, hosted at Virginia Tech:
Research Advisors for Mathematical Physics
Bio ItemNicole Abaid , bio
Dr. Abaid's research focuses on networked dynamical systems. She studies diverse biological systems, ranging from animal groups to brain networks, to inspire novel results in mathematical modeling and control.
Bio ItemAlex Elgart , bio
Professor Elgart primary research area is mathematical physics. The mathematical tools he uses mostly come from analysis and probability.
Bio ItemMark Embree , bio
Professor Embree studies numerical linear algebra and spectral theory, with particular interest in eigenvalue computations for nonsymmetric matrices and transient behavior of dynamical systems.
Bio ItemMartin Fraas , bio
Assistant professor Martin Fraas works in mathematical physics, studying mathematical structures of quantum mechanics. His research interests include topological phases of matter, open quantum systems, and the adiabatic theory.
Bio ItemMartin Klaus , bio
Professor Klaus' research mainly concerns the spectral theory of linear operators and their connection with nonlinear evolution equations. This research has applications in the study of optical pulse propagation.
Bio ItemBob Rogers , bio
Professor Rogers studies continuum mechanics and nonconvex problems in partial differential equations. He also studies models of acoustics.
Researchers of Mathematical Physics
Bio ItemTurker Topcu , bio
Dr. Topcu works in the field of computational science. His research involves developing algorithms and codes to solve partial and ordinary differential equations to simulate quantum dynamical systems.