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# Hiroshi Matsuoka

### Research Interests & Areas

### physics

### physics

### materials engineering

### Journal Article

### Presentations

*Observational Signatures of Nonlinear Charged Particle Dynamics and Chaos in the Earth’s Magnetotail*. Dynamics Days. (2012)

Professor Emeritus

Physics

- About
- Education
- Research

Dr. Matsuoka's research specialty is theoretical many-body physics. His research experience includes elementary particle physics, superconductivity, and molecular dynamics. He is currently using molecular dynamics simulations to investigate phase transitions in microclusters.

University of Illinois

Urbana-Champaign

University of Illinois

Urbana-Champaign

University of Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

Matsuoka, H. *A macroscopic model that connects the molar excess entropy of a supercooled liquid near its glass transition temperature to its viscosity*. Journal of Chemical Physics 137.204506 (2012): 9 pages.

Matsuoka, H. *Chromo-field flux sheets as confining guage field configurations in the SU(N) Euclidean Yang-mills thoery in the Landau gauge*. Physical Review D 85.065009 (2012): 10 pages.

Matsuoka, H. *Green-Kubo formulas with symmetrized correlation functions for quantum systems in steady states: the shear viscosity of a fluid in a steady shear flow*. Journal of Statistical Physics 148.933 (2012): 18 pages.

Matsuoka, H. and R. F. Martin, Jr., “Long time tails of the velocity autocorrelation functions for the triangular periodic Lorentz gas”, *J. Statistical Physics, 88*, 81, 1997.

Martin, R., & Matsuoka, H. *Large-scale chaos in the neutral-line Hamiltonian.*. Physical review. E, Statistical physics, plasmas, fluids, and related interdisciplinary topics 47.1 (1993): 721-723.

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