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A. B. Zamolodchikov

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Dates

unknown – present

Authorized Form of Name

Zamolodchikov, A. B., 1952-

Additional Forms of Names

Zamolodchikov, Aleksandr B., 1952-

Zamolodchikov, Alexander, 1952-

Zamolodčikov, A. B. (Aleksandr Borisovič), 1952-

Zamolodčikov, Aleksandr Borisovič, 1952-

Замолодчиков, Александр Борисович

Biography

Abstract

Alexander Zamolodchikov is Board of Governor Professor of Physics at Rutgers University. His research interests include quantum field theory and statistical mechanics.

Important Dates

1975Obtained BSc, Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology (Moskovskii fiziko-tekhnicheskii institut), Moscow (Russia).

1978Obtained PhD, Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics (Institut teoreticheskoĭ i ėksperimentalʹnoĭ fiziki), Moscow (Russia).

1978 – 1990Researcher, Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Moscow (Russia).

1990 – presentProfessor of Physics (1990-2005) and Board of Governors Professor of Physics (2005-present), Rutgers University, New Brunswick (N.J.).

1999Awarded Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics, American Physical Society.

2011Awarded Lars Onsager Prize, American Physical Society.

2016Member, National Academy of Sciences.

Occupation

Theoretical physicist.

Places

Undergraduate Education

Moscow (Russia)

Graduate Education

Moscow (Russia)

Employment

Moscow (Russia)

New Brunswick (N.J.)

Subjects

Condensed matter.

Mathematical physics.

Quantum field theory.

Statistical mechanics.

Theoretical physics.

Relationships

People

Colleagues

Abrahams, Elihu

Both employed at Rutgers University.

Chabal, Yves Jean, 1952-

Both employed at Rutgers University.

Cohen, Morrel H.

Both employed at Rutgers University.

Jackson, Shirley Ann, 1946-

Both employed at Rutgers University.

Lebowitz, Joel Louis, 1930-

Both employed at Rutgers University.

Maldacena, Juan Martin, 1968-

Both employed at Rutgers University.

Millis, Andrew J.

Both employed at Rutgers University.

Phillips, J. C.

Both employed at Rutgers University.

Seiberg, Nathan

Both employed at Rutgers University.

Institutions

Major Positions

Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics

Researcher.

Rutgers University. Department of Physics and Astronomy

Professor of Physics and Board of Governors Professor of Physics.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

American Physical Society

Received 1999 Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics and 2011 Lars Onsager Prize.

Institut teoreticheskoĭ i ėksperimentalʹnoĭ fiziki (Moscow, Russia)

Obtained PhD in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics (1978).

Moskovskiĭ fiziko-tekhnicheskiĭ institut

Obtained BSc in Nuclear Engineering (1975).

National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)

Member.

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