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Physics and Astronomy Nonlinear Dynamics and Quantum Chaos

Tomsovic PictureDr. Steven Tomsovic studies quantum chaos, an interdisciplinary branch of physics which arose in the second half of the 20th century from the modeling of quantum and wave phenomena with classical models that exhibited signatures of chaos.

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Faculty

  • Michael Forbes Michael McNeil Forbes

    Michael McNeil Forbes

    Assistant Professor of Physics

    Office: Webster Physical Sciences 947F
    Phone: (509) 335-6125
    Fax: (509) 335-7816
    E-mail: michael.forbes at wsu.edu

    Research: nuclear many-body theory to answer outstanding questions about superfluids in nuclei, neutron stars, cold atoms; condensed matter and atomic physics; high energy physics (QCD) with applications to astrophysics and cosmology; computer science

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  • Steven Tomsovic Steven L. Tomsovic

    Steven Tomsovic

    Professor of Physics


    Office: Webster Physical Sciences 929
    Phone: (509) 335-7207
    Fax: (509) 335-7816
    E-mail: tomsovic at wsu.edu

    Research: Chaos, Semiclassical Mechanics, and Symmetry Violation

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  • YOGENDRA M. GUPTA Yogendra M. Gupta

    Yogendra Gupta

    Regents Professor of Physics


    Director of Institute for Shock Physics
    Creighton Distinguished Professor, Institute for Shock Physics
    Phone: (509) 335-7217
    Fax: (509) 335-6115
    E-mail: ymgupta at wsu.edu

    Research: Shock Waves and High Pressure Compression of Condensed Material

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  • Nicholas Cerruti Nicholas Cerruti

    Nicholas Cerruti

    Senior Instructor


    Office: Webster Physical Sciences 1252
    Phone: (509) 335-2711
    Fax: (509) 335-7816
    E-mail: ncerruti at wsu.edu

    Research: Chaos, Semiclassical Mechanics, and Symmetry Violation

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Research Areas