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Condensed Matter Group

UR PAS

    Teitel Group
Theoretical Statistical and Condensed Matter Physics

Grants

2014-2017    National Science Foundation Award
“Collaborative Research: Enhanced Flow and Shear of Irregular Grains and Powders”
with Scott Franklin and Charles Bachmann of RIT
$113,440
total for 3 years expected
2012-2015    National Science Foundation Award
“Shearing Rheology and Glassy Behavior in Athermal and Thermalized Models of Granular Materials, Simple Liquids, and Amorphous Solids”
$296,676
total for 3 years expected
2011-2014    National Science Foundation Award
“Collaborative Research: Rheology and Flow of Geometrically Cohesive Granular Materials”
with Scott Franklin of RIT
$100,564
total for 3 years
2009-2012    U. S. Department of Energy Grant
“Critical Phenomena in Driven Granular Matter: Jamming and Glassy Behavior”
$345,000
total for 3 years
2006-2009    U. S. Department of Energy Grant
“Simulation of Critical Behavior in Classical, Quantum, and Driven Condensed Matter Systems: Applications to Vortex Matter, Bosons, and Jamming”
$345,000
total for 3 years
2001-2004    U. S. Department of Energy Grant
“Flux Flow, Pinning, and Resistive Behavior in Superconducting Networks”
$285,000
total for 3 years
1999-2002 NSF Div. International Programs
“US-Sweden Collaborative Research: Numerical Studies of Vortex Matter in High Tc Superconductors and Superconducting Films”
with P. Minnhagen and P. Olsson of Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden
$15,003
total for 3 years
1998-2001 U. S. Department of Energy Grant
“Flux Flow, Pinning, and Resistive Behavior in Superconducting Networks”
$245,330
total for 3 years
1995-1998 U. S. Department of Energy Grant
“Flux Flow, Pinning, and Resistive Behavior in Superconducting Networks”
$216,539
total for 3 years
1992-1995 U. S. Department of Energy Grant
“Flux Flow, Pinning, and Resistive Behavior in Superconducting Networks”
$218,200
total for 3 years
1991-1994 U.S.-Israel Binational Science Foundation Grant
“Methods for Simulation of Models with Frustration”
with E. Domany of the Weizmann Institute and R. H. Swendsen of Carnegie Mellon
$5,000
total for travel
1989-1992 U. S. Department of Energy Grant
“Flux Flow, Pinning, and Resistive Behavior in Superconducting Networks”
$193,326
total for 3 years
1987-1990 U.S.-Israel Binational Science Foundation Grant
“Dynamics of Hierarchical Systems and Spin Models”
with E. Domany of the Weizmann Institute
$5,000
total for travel

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