David A. Egolf
Associate Professor
Department of Physics
Georgetown University

I am a computational physicist interested in a wide variety of physical systems. Most of my recent work has focused on the dynamical and statistical properties of systems maintained far-from-equilibrium. Of particular interest are fluid systems, excitable media such as heart tissue, granular systems, biopolymer networks, and model systems of a more generic nature.

Although this research requires a knowledge of statistical physics, nonlinear dynamics, computer programming, and often fluid mechanics or biology, I usually have 1 or 2 excellent Georgetown undergraduates working with me.

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