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David Campbell

Screen Name: dkcampbe
Email: dkcampbe@bu.edu
ICAM Affiliation: Full ICAM Member
Branch Affiliation: Boston University
Organization 1: Boston University
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Organization Type: University
Research Area: “1.The first realization of the relation of strong interaction chiral symmetry and pion condensation, establishing a link between it and the “abnormal” nuclear matter proposed by Lee and Wick. 2.The solution of a skyrmion-like model nuclear field theory using his novel variant of the “inverse scattering technique.” 3.The demonstration of a correspondence between relativistic field theories and models of quasi-onedimensional solids, providing analytic forms for “kink’” solitons, polarons, bipolarons, and polarexcitons and determining their signatures in experiments. 4.The description of the interplay of nonlinearity and electron-electron interactions in novel electronic materials, including proof of the stability of solitons in conducting polymers, analysis of the optical spectra of strongly correlated systems, and the first exact numerical diagonalization of the t-J model of high Tc superconductors. 5.The discovery and interpretation of a surprising resonance phenomenon in the scattering interactions of kink-like solitary waves in non-integrable theories. 6.The analysis of the existence of spatially extended, time periodic (“breather”’) solutions in continuum and discrete systems.”
Research Description: “1.The first realization of the relation of strong interaction chiral symmetry and pion condensation, establishing a link between it and the “abnormal” nuclear matter proposed by Lee and Wick. 2.The solution of a skyrmion-like model nuclear field theory using his novel variant of the “inverse scattering technique.” 3.The demonstration of a correspondence between relativistic field theories and models of quasi-onedimensional solids, providing analytic forms for “kink’” solitons, polarons, bipolarons, and polarexcitons and determining their signatures in experiments. 4.The description of the interplay of nonlinearity and electron-electron interactions in novel electronic materials, including proof of the stability of solitons in conducting polymers, analysis of the optical spectra of strongly correlated systems, and the first exact numerical diagonalization of the t-J model of high Tc superconductors. 5.The discovery and interpretation of a surprising resonance phenomenon in the scattering interactions of kink-like solitary waves in non-integrable theories. 6.The analysis of the existence of spatially extended, time periodic (“breather”’) solutions in continuum and discrete systems.”
Thrust Area: N/A Quantum Matter


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