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- PhD Physics University of Zurich

According to Wikipedia, Martin Charles Gutzwiller was a Swiss-American physicist, known for his work on field theory, quantum chaos, and complex systems. He spent most of his career at IBM Research, and was also an adjunct professor of physics at Yale University.

- Chaos in classical and quantum mechanics (1990) (3366)
- Effect of Correlation on the Ferromagnetism of Transition Metals (1963) (1240)
- Periodic Orbits and Classical Quantization Conditions (1971) (1078)
- Qualitative Theory of Second-order Dynamic Systems (1973) (681)
- Correlation of Electrons in a Narrow s Band (1965) (540)
- Phase-Integral Approximation in Momentum Space and the Bound States of an Atom (1967) (509)
- Energy Spectrum According to Classical Mechanics (1970) (293)
- Path integrals from meV to MeV (1989) (146)
- Moon-Earth-Sun: The oldest three-body problem (1998) (132)
- Classical Quantization of a Hamiltonian with Ergodic Behavior (1980) (119)
- The quantum mechanical Toda lattice, II (1980) (115)
- The anisotropic Kepler problem in two dimensions (1973) (103)
- Stochastic behavior in quantum scattering (1983) (94)
- The quantization of a classically ergodic system (1982) (92)
- Bernoulli sequences and trajectories in the anisotropic Kepler problem (1977) (92)
- Emerging applications of number theory (1999) (88)
- The Geometry of Quantum Chaos (1985) (40)
- Resource Letter ICQM-1: The Interplay between Classical and Quantum Mechanics (1998) (34)
- From classical to quantum mechanics with hard chaos (1988) (31)
- Quantum Chaos: A New Paradigm of Nonlinear Dynamics (1995) (31)
- The Hubbard model at half a century (2013) (30)
- Thirty years that shook physics (1995) (24)
- Path Integrals and The Relation Between Classical and Quantum Mechanics (1978) (14)
- Correlation of Electrons in a Degenerate Band (1971) (12)
- Chaos with Few Degrees of Freedom (1994) (11)
- The motion of the moon as computed by the method of Hill, Brown, and Eckert (1986) (11)
- The Transition from Classical to Quantum Mechanics (1990) (11)
- Nonlinear Wave Propagation in a Transmission Line Loaded with Thin Permalloy Films (1963) (11)
- The impact of a rigid circular cylinder on an elastic solid (1962) (10)
- The Trace Formula (1990) (9)
- Poincare surface of section and quantum scattering. (1993) (8)
- The numerical evaluation of Eckert's lunar ephemeris. (1979) (8)
- QUANTUM CHAOS: Proceedings of the Adriatico Research Conference and Miniworkshop (1991) (7)
- Multifractal measures and stability islands in the anisotropic Kepler problem (1989) (6)
- Quantum chaos (2007) (6)
- The Anisotropic Kepler Problem (1990) (5)
- Classical quantization conditions for a dynamical system with stochastic behavior (1979) (5)
- Quantum Chaos and Mesoscopic Systems: Mathematical Methods in the Quantum Signatures of Chaos (1997) (5)
- Quantum Signatures of Classical Chaos. (1996) (4)
- The origins of the trace formula (1997) (4)
- Note on Green’s function in anisotropic elasticity (1962) (3)
- Mechanics on a surface of constant negative curvature (1987) (3)
- Gutzwiller wave function (2009) (3)
- NOBEL SYMPOSIUM QUANTUM CHAOS Y2K (2001) (2)
- Calculation of Feynman diagrams in space and time by stationary phase (2003) (2)
- The New World of Quantum Mechanics (1990) (2)
- The Amateur Sky Survey Mark III Project (1999) (2)
- The Three-Body Problem (2007) (2)
- The Surface of Section (1990) (2)
- The electronic states around a dislocation (1966) (2)
- Bound, quasi-bound, and resonant quantum states: Dynamical, and statistical aspects (1991) (2)
- Has Particle Physics Fulfilled Its Promise (1995) (2)
- Soft Chaos and the KAM Theorem (1990) (1)
- The Diamagnetic Kepler Problem (1990) (1)
- The Quantization of Integrable Systems (1990) (1)
- Fermion Ensembles of Maximum Entropy (1962) (1)
- Postmodernism, Cophenhagen and the Sokaled Science Wars, by Jove (1999) (1)
- Chaos and symmetry in the history of mechanics (1989) (1)
- Wave Functions in Classically Chaotic Systems (1990) (1)
- Two Questions Physics Can No Longer Avoid (1994) (1)
- Moon‐Earth‐Sun: The oldest, best known, but least understood threebody‐problem (2008) (1)
- Fractals in classical mechanics (1989) (1)
- The Role of Perturbation Theory in the Development of Physics (1992) (0)
- Motion on a Surface of Constant Negative Curvature (1990) (0)
- ON GREEN ' S FUNCTION IN ANISOTROPIC ELASTICITY * (2016) (0)
- Nonlinear Phenomena — Chaos (2009) (0)
- Quantum chaos and mesoscopic systems: Mathematical methods in the quantum signatures of chaos, by Norman E. Hurt (1998) (0)
- Three Methods of Solution (1990) (0)
- Ferromagnetism and Photoemission in Transition Metals (2008) (0)
- Entropy and Other Measures of Chaos (1990) (0)
- The Mechanics of Hamilton and Jacobi (1990) (0)
- The Three-Body Problem: Moon — Earth — Sun (1990) (0)
- Quantumtheory of Wavefields in a Space of Constant Curvature (1953) (0)
- Encouraging young PhDs to jump boundaries (2008) (0)
- Path integrals from meV to MeV : selected papers from the symposium, held at the Bielefeld Center for Interdisciplinary Research on August 5-9, 1985 (1986) (0)
- Scattering Problems, Coding, and Multifractal Invariant Measures (1990) (0)
- The Trace Formula between Classical and Quantum Mechanics (2001) (0)
- Wallace Eckert, Computers, and the Nautical Almanac Office (1999) (0)
- The legacy of Martin Gutzwiller (2012) (0)
- The Energy Spectrum of a Classically Chaotic System (1990) (0)
- Models of the Galaxy and of Small Molecules (1990) (0)
- The Mechanics of Lagrange (1990) (0)
- TASS - The Amateur Sky Survey (1997) (0)

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