Finite Size Scaling and Quantum Criticality

By Sabre Kais

Purdue University

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Sabre Kais is a Professor of Chemistry and Computer Science (courtesy). He received his Ph.D. in Chemical Physics at the Hebrew University, was a Postdoc in the Chemistry Department at Harvard University, and joined the faculty of the Department of Chemistry at Purdue in 1994. He, in correlation with his students and postdoctoral associates, has published 114 papers in peer-reviewed journals. His research interests include: Electronic structure and dynamics of atoms, molecules and quantum dots; quantum information and computation; stability of matter in super-intense laser fields. He received the National Science Foundation Career Award, Purdue University Faculty Scholar Award 2004-2009; 2005, Guggenheim Fellowship Award and was elected this year as Fellow of the American Physical Society.

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