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Dr Remy Dubertrand

VC Senior Fellow

Department: Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering

I got my PhD in 2008 at the university of Paris-Sud Orsay after being under the supervision of Prof. E. Bogomolny. I did several postdocs in UK, France, Belgium and Germany.

I was appointed as a Vice-Chancellor Fellow in November 2019 at the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering at the university of Northumbria.

My research is centered on quantum complex systems. The transition between classical (Hamiltonian) systems and quantum mechanics has been studied for several decades using semiclassical techniques, in a research domain dubbed as 'quantum chaos'. I have been recently interested in extending those techniques for systems with a large, possibly infinite, number of degrees of freedom.

Remy Dubertrand

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Scaling Theory of the Anderson Transition in Random Graphs: Ergodicity and Universality, Garcia-Mata, I., Giraud, O., Georgeot, B., Martin, J., Dubertrand, R., Lemarie, G. 17 Apr 2017, In: Physical Review Letters
  • Spectral statistics of chaotic many-body systems, Dubertrand, R., Mueller, S. 2 Mar 2016, In: New Journal of Physics
  • Two Scenarios for Quantum Multifractality Breakdown, Dubertrand, R., Garcia-Mata, I., Georgeot, B., Giraud, O., Lemarie, G., Martin, J. 10 Jun 2014, In: Physical Review Letters

Qualifications

Theoretical Physics PhD September 23 2008


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