David Campbell

Professor of Physics and Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Title Professor of Physics and Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Office SCI, Room 340B
  • Education Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics, University of Cambridge, 1970
    Part III, Mathematics Tripos, distinction, University of Cambridge, 1967
    B.A. in Chemistry and Physics, Harvard College, 1966
  • Faculty Profile

Dr. Campbell is a Professor of Physics and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boston University. His research focuses on Conductivity and complex systems, with a long-term interest in “intrinsic localized modes” (ILMs).

Opportunities:

Nonlinear dynamics

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