Siu Ah Chin
MPHY 407 (main office)
Professor Siu A. Chin received his B.S. degree from MIT in 1971 and his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1975. He was a research associate at the University of Illinois from 1975-1978 and at MIT from 1978-1980. Prof. Chin was adjunct assistant professor at UCLA from 1980 to 1984, and joined the Texas A&M faculty in 1984.Professor Chin's research interests include nuclear and subnuclear high density matter, Monte Carlo calculations of quantum many-body problems such as helium droplets, Bose-Einstein condensate, quantum dots and the development of new quantum Monte Carlo and classical symplectic algorithms for solving diverse physical problems based on forward-time factorization schemes.
Stanko N. Nikolić, Sarah Alwashahi, Omar A. Ashour, Siu A. Chin, Najdan B. Aleksić, and Milivoj R. Belić. “Multi-elliptic rogue wave clusters of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation on different backgrounds.” Nonlinear Dynamics, Published online, Jan 2022.
Omar A. Ashour, Siu A. Chin, Stanko N. Nikolić, and Milivoj R. Belić. “Higher-order breathers as quasi-rogue waves on a periodic background.” Nonlinear Dynamics, Published online, Jan 2022.
Siu A. Chin. “Comment on A magnetic velocity Verlet method [Am. J. Phys. 88, 1075 (2020)].” American Journal of Physics, 89(8), 817--817, Aug 2021.
Siu A. Chin. “Fundamental derivation of two Boris solvers and the Ge-Marsden theorem.” Physical Review E, 104(5), Nov 2021.
Awards & Recognition
- Fellow of the American Physical Society (2006)