David Huber received his undergraduate training in physics at Princeton University, and obtained his Ph.D. degree from Harvard University, working under the direction of John Van Vleck. After obtaining his degree, he joined the faculty of the Physics Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where has been ever since. He is a condensed matter Theorist, and his primary research interests are in the magnetic and optical properties of condensed systems. His recent work in the magnetic area has focused on the properties of geometrically frustrated magnets and on magnetic resonance in the manganites. In the optical area, he has been concentrating his efforts on excitons in pi-conjugated polymers.
Biography Updated on 13 April 2008