The Mathematical Physics group at CU Boulder has expertise in Hilbert space theory, quantization theory, random matrices, Poisson geometry, the mathematics of classical and quantum fields, and PDE's coming from Physics. Active research includes the study of topological effects and singularities when quantizing classical physical systems and the application of random matrix theory to statistical physics.



Sean O'Rourke statistical physics, random matrix theory, determinantal point processes
Markus Pflaum

topology, noncommutative geometry, global analysis, Poisson geometry, singularity theory


Karl Gustafson mathematical physics