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Julian Schwinger grad student 1954 Harvard
 (Bound state problems in electrodynamics)

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John C. Reynolds grad student
Leo Phillip Kadanoff grad student 1960 Harvard
N. David Mermin grad student 1961 Harvard
Alexander L Fetter grad student 1963 Harvard
Peter Alan Fedders grad student 1965 Harvard
Tom C. Lubensky grad student 1969 Harvard
John Robinson Tucker grad student 1972 Harvard
Eric D. Siggia grad student 1973 Harvard
André-Marie Tremblay grad student 1974-1978 MIT
George F. Carnevale grad student 1974-1979 Harvard
Boris I. Shraiman grad student 1983 Harvard
Scott T. Milner grad student 1986 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
Gene F. Mazenko post-doc Harvard
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Martin PC. (2001) Statistical physics: Statics, dynamics, and renormalization Physics Today. 54: 54
Kadanoff LP, Martin PC. (2000) Hydrodynamic equations and correlation functions Annals of Physics. 281: 800-852
Hohenberg PC, Martin PC. (2000) Microscopic Theory of Superfluid Helium Annals of Physics. 281: 636-705
Martin PC, Glashow SL. (1995) Julian Schwinger: Prodigy, Problem Solver, Pioneering Physicist Physics Today. 48: 40-46
Milner ST, Martin PC. (1986) Fluctuating hydrodynamics of smectic-A liquid crystals. Physical Review Letters. 56: 77-80
Milner ST, Martin PC. (1986) Critical slowing of chemical reactions. Physical Review. A. 33: 1996-2002
Carnevale GF, Martin PC. (1982) Field Theoretical Techniques in Statistical Fluid Dynamics: With Application to Nonlinear Wave Dynamics Geophysical & Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics. 20: 131-163
Martin PC. (1982) ONSET OF CHAOS IN CONVECTING FLUIDS . 179-194
Shraiman B, Wayne CE, Martin PC. (1981) Scaling theory for noisy period-doubling transitions to chaos Physical Review Letters. 46: 935-939
Tremblay AM, Patton BR, Martin PC. (1980) Kinetic equations in superconductors and the nature and decay rate of a new mode Annals of Physics. 124: 401-448
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