Richard G Palmer

Professor of Physics, Computer Science and Psychology and Neuroscience

Office: 
091 Physics Building
Campus Box: 
90305
Phone: 
(919) 660-2559
Fax: 
(919) 660-2525

Details

Upper and Lower Bounds on Spin-Glass Ground State Energies
(2003)

Modeling Extinction
(2003)

Interval Timing As An Emergent Learning Property
Psychological Review (2002)

Ground states for Large Samples of Two-Dimensional Ising Spin Glasses
Intl J. Mod. Phys. C (1999)

Time Series Properties of an Artificial Stock Market
J. Econ. Dynamics and Control (1999)

An Artificial Stock Market
Artificial Life and Robotics (1999)

Error Estimation in the Histogram Monte Carlo Method
J. Stat. Phys. (1999)

Simulation of a toy model with constrained dynamics
Journal Of Physics A-mathematical And General (1990)

Escape over a fluctuating barrier - the white noise limit
Journal Of Physics A-mathematical And General (1990)

Compact nuclear-power source critical experiments and analysis
Nuclear Science And Engineering (1989)

Education:
Theoretical Physics - Cambridge Univ
1986 Guggenheim Fellowship
1980 Duke Endowment Award for Excellence in Teaching, Duke
1979 Alfred P Sloan Fellowship
1971 Lord Kelvin Research Fellowship, Peterhouse, Cambridge Univ