Thomas Curtright

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Thomas L. Curtright (born 1948) is a theoretical physicist at the University of Miami. He did undergraduate work in physics at the University of Missouri—Columbia (B.S., M.S., 1970), and graduate work at Caltech (Ph.D., 1977) under the supervision of Richard Feynman.

He has made numerous influential contributions[1] in particle and mathematical physics, notably in higher-spin fields (Curtright field), quantum Liouville theory, geometrostatic sigma models, quantum algebras, and deformation quantization.

Curtright is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, a co-recipient (with Charles Thorn) of the SESAPS Jesse Beams Award, a University of Miami Cooper Fellow, and a recipient of the Distinguished Faculty Scholar Award from the University's Senate. He has co-authored several volumes, notably [2][3] on quantum mechanics in phase space.

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  1. ^ Professor Curtright's physics publications are available on the INSPIRE Database [1] and the GoogleCite database [2].
  2. ^ Cosmas K. Zachos, David B. Fairlie, and Thomas L. Curtright, Quantum Mechanics in Phase Space, (World Scientific, Singapore, 2005) ISBN 978-981-238-384-6 [3].
  3. ^ Thomas L Curtright, David B Fairlie, Cosmas K Zachos, A Concise Treatise on Quantum Mechanics in Phase Space, (World Scientific, Singapore, 2014) ISBN 9789814520430

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