My research project is titled Dense Quantum Plasmas in Magnetic Fields and aims at a quantum statistical analysis of the static and dynamic properties of dense magnetized plasmas. In particular, the goal is to derive the asymprotic properties of the spatial and temporal correlation functions in these systems.
This project is sponsored by FOM, a government supported organization, whose main task is to promote fundamental physics research in the Netherlands.
This research takes place in the statistical physics group of the Institute for Theoretical Physics of The University of Amsterdam.
E J Banning, J P van der Weele, J C Ross, M M Kettenis and E de Kleine, Mode competition in a system of two parametrically driven pendulums; the dissipative case, Physica A 245 (1997) 11-48
E J Banning, J P van der Weele, J C Ross and M M Kettenis, Mode competition in a system of two parametrically driven pendulums with nonlinear coupling, Physica A 245 (1997) 49-98
E J Banning, J P van der Weele and M M Kettenis, Mode competition in a system of two parametrically driven pendulums; the role of symmetry, Physica A 247 (1997) 281-311
M M Kettenis and L G Suttorp, Charge and current density profiles of a degenerate magnetized free-electron gas near a hard wall, J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 31 (1998) 6547-6560
M M Kettenis and L G Suttorp, Path-decomposition expansion and edge effects in a confined magnitized free-electron gas, J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 32 (1999) 8209-8223
Our next programme will include:
We're going on tour to München and Budapest with this programme, but there will also be one concert in Amsterdam
I am known to do some programming in my spare time. You can find bits and pieces in GDB, glibc, the Hurd and even the Linux kernel.
Since I'd like to receive one of those nice letters the MPAA Lawyers have been sending out, here is my copy of DeCSS and css-auth. Be aware: if you are a US citizen, or living in the US, it might be illegal to even link to this page. US citizens should make sure their laws get fixed!