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M. Lawrence Glasser

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Emeritus
267 Science Center
Clarkson University
PO Box 5820
Potsdam, NY 13699-5820

Phone: 315-268-2372
Fax: 315-268-7754
E-mail: laryg@clarkson.edu

Educational Background
M.S. Mathematics, Chicago (1955)
M.S. Physics, University of Miami (1957)
Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University (1962)

Research Interests
Professor Glasser's research interests are in solid state physics includes, quantum physics of semiconductor nano-structures, high-temperature superconductors, surface physics and density functional theory. In statistical mechanics he is concerned with exact solutions of models for phase transitions. In a more mathematical direction, he studies supersymmetry in quantum mechanics, lattice sums and the asymptotic properties of special functions.

Visiting Appointments
    * University of Waterloo (1968),
    * Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1969-1970),
    * University of Rochester (1973),
    * Free University of Berlin (1973, 1985),
    * Melbourne University (1978, 1981, 1990, 1993, 1997, 1999),
    * Australian National University (1979, 1984),
    * University of Chicago (1985),
    * Weizman Institute, Technion (1984-1985),
    * University of Wroclaw (1990),
    * University of Michigan (1996),
    * University of Utah (1996),
    * University of Valladolid (1997 and 2002)

Selected Publications

Recent:
M.L. Glasser, "A general integral identity," J. Phys. A44, 225202 (2011).

M.L. Glasser, D.Bowein, J. Wan, "Moments of RAMANUJAN'S elliptic integrals," J. Math. Anol. Appl.384,478-496, (2011).

M.L. Glasser, "One dimensional systems with singular perturbations," J. Phys.;Conference Series 284, 012009 (2011).

M.L. Glasser, "Some studies of atomic and molecular bound states on a nanosphere," J. Comp.Theoret.Nanoscience 8, 243-252 (2011).

M.L. Glasser, I. Nagy, " Heuristic exchange gradient type functional for the hydrogen atoms," Physical Review A82, 034501 (2010).
Past:
M.L. Glasser, "The effect of confinement on the hyperfine interaction," J. Phys. Cond. Mat. 15, 8673-8677 (2003).

M.L. Glasser, L.M. Nieto and B.F. Samsonov, "Supersymmetric manipulation of quasienergy states: Application to the geometric phase," J. Phys. A 36, L585-591 (2003).

B.F. Samsonov, M.L. Glasser, J. Negro and L.M. Nieto, "Second order Darboux displacements," J. Phys. A36, 10053-10069 (2003).

Brian A. Pethica, M. Lawrence Glasser and Edward H. Cong, "Intermolecular forces between the n-alkanes Methane to Butane absorbed at the water/vapor interface,"Langmuir 19, 6820-6825 (2003).

B.F. Samsonov, A.A. Pecheritsin, E.O. Pozdeeva and M.L. Glasser, "New exactly solvable periodic potentials for the Dirac equation," Eur. J. Phys. 24, 435-442 (2003).

M.L. Glasser and Danielle Bousquet, "Shooting for the stars: The spherically confined H atom redux," Amer. J. Phys. 71, 574-576 (2003).

M.K. Kostov, M.W. Cole, G.D. Mahan, C. Carraro and M.L. Glasser, "Enhanced cohesion of matter on a cylindrical surface," Phys. Rev. B 67, 075403-1-075403-5 (2003).

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