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Professor Mark Dennis | |

Post(s): | Professor of Theoretical Physics, School of Physics |

Areas of expertise: | • Optical and wave physics, focused on the geometric and topological structures formed by interference, diffraction and polarization. •... |

Keywords: | light | theoretical physics | topological optics | singular optics | statistical geometry | topology | quantum chaos | mathematical physics |

Professor Jens Marklof | |

Post(s): | Professor of Mathematical Physics and Head of School of Mathematics, School of Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | -Quantum Chaos -Dynamical Systems -Equidistribution -Modular Forms |

Keywords: | quantum chaos | ergodic theory & dynamical systems | number theory | mathematical physics |

Professor Francesco Mezzadri | |

Post(s): | Professor of Mathematical Physics, School of Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | Random matrix theory has found applications in a variety of areas of physics, pure and applied mathematics, probability,... |

Keywords: | random matrix theory | quantum chaos | statistical mechanics | number theory |

Dr Sebastian Muller | |

Post(s): | Senior Lecturer, School of Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | I am interested in quantum chaos, i.e., studying the quantum properties of systems whose classical time evolution is chaotic.... |

Keywords: | quantum chaos | chaotic systems | condensed-matter theory | nonlinear phenomena | disordered systems |

Professor Jonathan Robbins | |

Post(s): | Professor of Mathematics, School of Mathematics Research Fellow in Mathematics, School of Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | Materials Science: liquid crystals, particularly in confined polyhedral geometries; applications to displays. Partial... |

Keywords: | materials science | liquid crystals | partial differential equations | quantum chaos | Maslov indices | nonrelativistic quantum mechanics |

Dr Martin Sieber | |

Post(s): | Reader in Applied Mathematics, School of Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | My main interests lie in asymptotical approximations for wave theories that are valid in the limit of short wave lengths.... |

Keywords: | wave theories | quantum mechanics | geometrical optics | quantum chaos | random matrix theory | diffraction | wavefunctions | microlasers |

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