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According to Wikipedia, Brosl Hasslacher was a theoretical physicist. Brosl Hasslacher obtained a bachelor's in physics from Harvard University in 1962. He did his Ph.D. with D.Z. Freeman and C.N. Yang at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. After having several postdoctoral and research positions at Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, Caltech, ENS in Paris, and CERN, he settled for more than twenty years at the Theoretical Division of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. There he was involved in theoretical, experimental, and numerical work in theoretical physics, high-energy physics, nonlinear dynamics, fluid dynamics, nanotechnology, and robotics.

- Lattice Gas Hydrodynamics in Two and Three Dimensions (1987) (996)
- Particle spectrum in model field theories from semiclassical functional integral techniques (1975) (419)
- Nonperturbative methods and extended-hadron models in field theory. II. Two-dimensional models and extended hadrons (1974) (313)
- Nonperturbative methods and extended-hadron models in field theory. I. Semiclassical functional methods (1974) (275)
- Semiclassical Bound States in an Asymptotically Free Theory (1975) (229)
- Nanotubes in Microwave Fields: Light Emission, Intense Heat, Outgassing, and Reconstruction (2003) (170)
- Nonperturbative methods and extended-hadron models in field theory. III. Four-dimensional non-Abelian models (1974) (128)
- Light-Cone Behavior of Perturbation Theory (1972) (112)
- A Functional Equation for Exponential Loop Integrals in Gauge Theories (1979) (56)
- Spin networks are simplicial quantum gravity (1981) (56)
- Molecular Turing structures in the biochemistry of the cell. (1993) (38)
- Asymptotically free quantum gravity and black holes (1981) (37)
- Irrational Decimations and Path Integrals for External Noise (1982) (37)
- Living machines (1995) (29)
- Gauge field model of induced classical gravity (1980) (27)
- Modeling dynamical geometry with lattice gas automata (1998) (18)
- Prospects for a lattice gas computer (1990) (16)
- TOWER EXCHANGE IN lambdaphi$sup 3$ THEORY. (1970) (15)
- Lattice gases and exactly solvable models (1992) (10)
- Parallel billiards and monster systems (1993) (10)
- Beyond the Turing machine (1988) (9)
- Theoretical foundations for nervous networks (1997) (7)
- Problems with currents in the dual-resonance model (1970) (6)
- Autonomous biomorphic robots as platforms for sensors (1996) (6)
- Feynman-Parameter Approach to N -Tower Exchange in φ 3 Theory (1971) (5)
- Light Cone Behavior of Perturbation Theory. (1972) (5)
- Non-linear quantum field theory (1978) (4)
- Knot invariants and cellular automata (1991) (4)
- Dynamic charges in field theories (1979) (3)
- Lattice gas simulations of replicating domains (1993) (3)
- Dual-Resonance-Model Implications for Two-Particle Spectra in Inclusive Reactions (1971) (2)
- Few Electron Quantum Computing Structures and Lattice Gas Computation (1992) (1)
- HYDRODYNAMICS ON LATTICE GASES (1986) (1)
- Lattice gas hydrodynamics: Theory and simulations. Final report, [February 1, 1989--March 31, 1991] (1993) (0)
- Biomorphic architectures for autonomous Nanosat designs (1995) (0)
- Geometry in the large and hyperbolic chaos (1998) (0)
- Quantum Random Networks for Type 2 Quantum Computers (2006) (0)
- Living Machines Figure A : “ Bug of the badlands ” (1996) (0)
- Quasi-Classical use of Trace Identities in one and Higher Dimensional Field Theories (1977) (0)
- Lattice gas hydrodynamics: Theory and simulations (1993) (0)
- Self-Assembled Molecular Spin Arrays for Computation (2005) (0)
- Tower Exchange inλϕ3Theory (1970) (0)
- Lattice G as Hydrodynamics in Two and Thr ee D imensions (0)
- Spontaneous curvature in a class of lattice field theories (1991) (0)
- Spontaneous curvature in a class of lattice field theories (1991) (0)
- Lattice gas hydrodynamics: Theory and simulations. Final report (1993) (0)
- Hard chaos, quantum billiards, and quantum dot computers (1996) (0)

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