David A. Huse

Princeton University

Election Year: 2017
Primary Section: 33, Applied Physical Sciences
Secondary Section: 13, Physics
Membership Type: Member


David Huse is a theoretical physicist whose research has been primarily in statistical physics and condensed matter physics. His education was: Sudbury, Massachusetts public schools; BS 1979, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; PhD 1983, Cornell University, thesis advisor, Michael E. Fisher. He was then at Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ until moving to Princeton University in 1996.

Research Interests

David Huse’s research is in quantum and classical statistical physics, covering many of its varied guises, particularly in condensed matter physics.

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