Ph.D. University of Chicago
Office: Physics 214
Telephone: (518) 442-4521
- Ph.D. University of Chicago (1969)
- Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Louisiana State University (1971-1976)
- Associate Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Louisiana State University (1976-1979)
- Visiting Professor, University of California at Berkeley (1978-1980)
- Visiting Professor, University of California at Davis (1980-1981)
- Statistical Mechanics of Materials
- Physics of Sailing
| Current Research:
- Models of surfaces with high vapor pressure.
- Strategies for finding minimum energy paths with incomplete knowledge.
| Recent Publications:
"The Euler machine", R.E. Benenson and J.C. Kimball, European Journal of
Physics, 23, p.95 (2002)
"Chaotic properties of the soft-disk Lorentz gas", J.C. Kimball, Phys. Rev.
E 63 066216 (2001).
"Surface critical behavior near the uniaxial Lifshitz point of the axial
next-nearest-neighbor Ising model" H.L. Frisch, J.C. Kimball and Kurt
Binder, J.Phys. C. Condens. Matter 12, p.29 (2000).
Prof. Philip Goyal publishes new article "Information Physics—Towards a New Conception of Physical Reality"
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Maggie Lovell awarded a 2011 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology
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