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

Mean exit times over fluctuating barriers
Physics Letters A (1989)

Nature of the glass-transition
Physical Review B (1988)

Transmission of order in some unusual dilute systems
Physical Review Letters (1987)

Correction
Physical Review Letters (1985)

High-temperature expansion for a diluted spin-glass model
Journal Of Physics C-solid State Physics (1985)

Models of hierarchically constrained dynamics for glassy relaxation - reply
Physical Review Letters (1985)

Low-frequency relaxation in ising spin-glasses
Physical Review Letters (1985)

Low-dimension and high-dimension limits of a phase-separation model
Journal Of Statistical Physics (1985)

Models of hierarchically constrained dynamics for glassy relaxation
Physical Review Letters (1984)

Broken ergodicity in spin-glasses
Lecture Notes In Physics (1983)

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