My research in the field of theoretical condensed matter physics focuses on materials and nanostructures with strong electronic correlations and/or driven away from equilibrium. I also work on the multidisciplinary problems of environmental dispersal of radioactive wastes and the non-equilibrium statistical mechanics of planetary atmospheres.
Professor Marston joined the Brown Physics Department in 1991. A graduate of Caltech, he received his Ph.D. from Princeton University in 1989. He has done postdoctoral work at Cornell University and was a visiting scientist at the Institute for Theoretical Physics at UC Santa Barbara, a visiting professor at MIT, and a visiting associate in physics at Caltech. Prof. Marston is an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow and a recipient of a National Young Investigator Award from the National Science Foundation. He was designated a NSF American Competitiveness and Innovation Fellow in 2008.
JOHN BRADLEY MARSTON, Ph.D., Princeton University (1989)
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