David Campbell

Professor (Physics, ECE, MSE)

Professor (Physics, ECE, MSE)

  • Primary Appointment Phyiscs
  • Education Ph.D., 1970 Cambridge University
  • Additional Affiliations Division of Materials Science & Engineering
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Honors and Awards Editor-in-Chief, Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 1990 – 2016
    Fellow, American Physical Society, 1990
    Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1988
  • Areas of Interest General nonlinear phenomena and complex systems; novel electronic materials, including conducting polymers and organic and high tc superconductors; electron transport in semiconductor superlattices.
  • Research Areas General nonlinear phenomena and complex systems
    Novel electronic materials, including conducting polymers and organic and high tc superconductors
    Electron transport in semiconductor superlattices

Biography

Publications:

  • 03/18/08 Mean Field study of the heavy fermion metamagnetic transition
  • 03/12/08 Electronic compressibility of a graphene bilayer
  • 04/02/07 Unconventional Quantum Phase Transition in a Ring-Exchange Antiferromagnet
  • 07/07/06 Magnetic Excitations of Stripes Near a Quantum Critical Point
  • 06/27/06 Magnetic Excitations of Stripes and Checkerboards in the Cuprates

Affiliation: Primary & Affiliated Faculty (ECE), Primary & Affiliated Faculty (MSE), Primary Faculty (MSE)