Currently under supervision
Satyaki Kar, Thesis project: "Holes in quantum antiferromagnets".
Keola Wierschem, Thesis project: "Path Integral Monte Carlo simulation of 2D superfluids".
Graduated Ph.D. Students
1. Massimo Boninsegni: Ph.D, 1992.
Thesis Title: Variational and Green's function Monte Carlo Studyof Lightly Doped Quantum Antiferromagnets.
Employment after Ph. D: Research Associate, University of Illinois.
Current Position: Professor, Department of Physics, University of Alberta.
2. Zhiping Liu: Ph. D, 1993.
Thesis Title: Antiferromagnetism and Hole Dynamics in the Copper Oxides.
Employment after Graduation: Research Associate, Cornell University.
Current Position: Financial Analyst, Bear Stearns, Inc. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Norbert Schultka: Ph. D, 1995.
Thesis Title: Finite Size Scaling in Superfluids.
Employment after Graduation: Research Associate, University of Aachen.
Current Position: Compaq, West Germany.
4. Marlon Pierce: Ph. D, 1998.
Thesis topic: Path Integral Monte Carlo Study of Helium on Graphite.
Current Position: Assistant in Research and Information, Indiana University
5. Kwangsik Nho, Ph. D, 2001.
Thesis topic: Path Integral Monte Carlo Study of Hydrogen on Graphite.
Current Position: Research Associate, Center for Simulational Physics, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
6. Quoc M. Doan , Ph.D., 2008.
Thesis topic: "Variational studies of quantum liquid crystal phases of the 2D electron gas"
Current Position: Quantitative Analyst, Bank of America