Burkhard Militzer, Ph.D.

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2000 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
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computational physics
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David Matthew Ceperley grad student 2000 UIUC
 (Path integral Monte Carlo simulations of hot dense hydrogen.)
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Hubbard WB, Militzer B. (2016) A PRELIMINARY JUPITER MODEL Astrophysical Journal. 820
Hu SX, Militzer B, Collins LA, et al. (2016) First-principles prediction of the softening of the silicon shock Hugoniot curve Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 94
Driver KP, Militzer B. (2016) First-principles equation of state calculations of warm dense nitrogen Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 93
Zhang S, Driver KP, Soubiran F, et al. (2016) Path integral Monte Carlo simulations of warm dense sodium High Energy Density Physics. 21: 16-19
Zhang S, Cottaar S, Liu T, et al. (2016) High-pressure, temperature elasticity of Fe- and Al-bearing MgSiO3: Implications for the Earth's lower mantle Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 434: 264-273
Militzer B, Driver KP. (2015) Development of Path Integral Monte Carlo Simulations with Localized Nodal Surfaces for Second-Row Elements. Physical Review Letters. 115: 176403
Driver KP, Soubiran F, Zhang S, et al. (2015) First-principles equation of state and electronic properties of warm dense oxygen. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 143: 164507
Driver KP, Militzer B. (2015) First-principles simulations and shock Hugoniot calculations of warm dense neon Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 91
Soubiran F, Militzer B. (2015) MISCIBILITY CALCULATIONS FOR WATER AND HYDROGEN IN GIANT PLANETS Astrophysical Journal. 806
Hu SX, Goncharov VN, Boehly TR, et al. (2015) Impact of first-principles properties of deuterium-tritium on inertial confinement fusion target designs Physics of Plasmas. 22
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