Professor of Physics
Prof. Socolar is interested in collective behavior in condensed matter and dynamical systems. His current research interests include:
- Limit-periodic structures, quasicrystals, packing problems, and tiling theory;
- Self-assembly and phases of designed colloidal particles;
- Organization and dynamics of complex networks;
- Topological elasticity of mechanical lattices.
Socolar, JE, and Steinhardt, PJ. "Quasicrystals. II. Unit-cell configurations." Phys Rev B Condens Matter 34.2 (July 15, 1986): 617-647.
Socolar, JES. "Phason Strain in Quasicrystals." Journal de Physique C3 (1986): 217-227. (Academic Article)
Socolar, JE, Steinhardt, PJ, and Levine, D. "Quasicrystals with arbitrary orientational symmetry." Phys Rev B Condens Matter 32.8 (October 15, 1985): 5547-5550.
MELE, EJ, and SOCOLAR, J. "NUMERICAL-INTEGRATION OF THE TIME EVOLUTION OPERATOR - EXCITED-STATE DYNAMICS IN CONJUGATED MOLECULES." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY (1984): 347-358.
Gollub, JP, Romer, EJ, and Socolar, JE. "Trajectory divergence for coupled relaxation oscillators: Measurements and models." Journal of Statistical Physics 23.3 (1980): 321-333. Full Text