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Scholarly Interest Report
Liang Niestemski
Instructor in Physics and Astronomy
  • Ph.D. Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics (2011) Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
Primary Department
   Department of Physics and Astronomy
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Research Areas
 I am interested in developing theoretical methods and computational simulations to study complex networks and time series in nature. 1. Theory of strongly correlated many electronic networks, especially high temperature superconductors. 2. Physics based models in biological networks, such as the bacteria phage coevolving system 3. Statistical theory of the personalized critical care
Teaching Areas
 General Physics for physic majors (Undergraduate Level)
Fundamental Physics for scientists and engineers (Undergraduate Level)
Mechanical Physics for architects (Undergraduate Level)
Electronics (Undergraduate Level)
Solid State Physics (Undergraduate Level)
Waves and Vibrations (Undergraduate Level)
Mechanics (Undergraduate Level)
Intro to Modern Physics (Undergraduate Level)
Quantum Physics (Undergraduate Level)
Statistical Physics (Graduate Level)
Mathematical Physics (Graduate Level)
Solid State Physics (Graduate Level)
Selected Publications

J.D. Ye, S.L. Gu, S.M. Zhu, F. Qin, L.Q. Hu, L. Ren, R. Zhang, Y. Shi and Y.D. Zheng , Substrate temperature dependence of properties of ZnO thin films deposited by LP-MOCVD. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing . (Volume 78, Number 5,March 2004) 


Liang Ren Niestemski, Ziqiang Wang, Valence Bond Glass Theory of Electronic Disorder and the Pseudogap State of High-Temperature Cuprate Superconductors. Physics Review Letters  102, 107001 (2009)


Man Chen, Liang Ren Niestemski, Robert Prevost, Michael McRae, Sharath Cholleti, Tim Buchman, Michael W. Deem       Prediction of heart rate response to conclusion of spontaneous breathing trial by fluctuation dissipation theory.

Physical Biology, 10, 016006 (2013).


Pu Han, Liang Ren Niestemski, Michael W. Deem  Physical Model of the Immune Response of Bacteria Against Bacteriophage Through the Adaptive CRISPR-Cas Immune System. Submitted to Physical Biology. (2012)