James A. Sauls

Northwestern University, USA

James A. Sauls is a Professor of physics at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill, USA. His research is in theoretical condensed matter physics, applications of quantum field theory in statistical physics, the theory of quantum fluids and solids, superfluidity and superconductivity, heavy fermion and high-temperature superconductivity. He has also worked on theories of nuclear matter and the physics of neutron stars and pulars. Currently his main activities are on phase transitions and signatures of broken symmetry in systems with complex-order parameters, and nonequilibrium dynamics of hybrid superconducting and magnetic conductors, junctions, and Josephson weak links.

Biography Updated on 4 November 2007

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