Summer 2010
       Aurel Bulgac

         Office:        Physics and Astronomy Building, B478
         Phone:        (206)685-2988, FAX: (206)685-9829
          Email:         bulgac@uw.edu, aurel.bulgac.phys@gmail.com
          Skype:           aurelb27
          FaceTime:     aurel.bulgac@gmail.com
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                                                    Fellow of the American Physical Society, APS Outstanding Referee

                                                                                             Nuclear Theory Group
                                                                                             Department of Physics

                                                                                             University of Washington
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                                                                                             Seattle, WA 98195-1560, USA                             






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Real-Time Dynamics of Quantized Vortices in a Unitary Fermi Gas  online supplementary material for
A. Bulgac, Y.-L. Luo, P. Magierski, K.J. Roche, and Y. Yu,  Real-Time Dynamics of Quantized Vortices in a Unitary Fermi Superfluid,  Science, 332, 1288 (2011).

Vortex Ring  - online material for A. Bulgac, M.M. Forbes, M.M. Kelley, K.J. Roche, and G. Wlazłowski,  Quantized Superfluid Vortex Rings in the Unitary Fermi GasPhys. Rev. Lett. 112, 025301 (2014).

Vortex Rings 2  - online supplementary material for G. Wlazłowski, A. Bulgac, M.M. Forbes, and K.J. Roche,  Life Cycle of Superfluid Vortices in the Unitary Fermi Gas,  Phys. Rev. A 91, 031602(R) (2015).

Nuclear Energy Density Functional - online material for A. Bulgac, M.M. Forbes, and S. Jin,  arXiv:1506.09195

Induced Fission of 240Pu within a Real-Time Microscopic Framework - online material for A. Bulgac, P. Magierski, K.J. Roche, and I. Stetcu,   Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 122504 (2016), arXiv:1511.00738, Editor's Choice and Featured in Physics

Vortex pinning and dynamics in the neutron star crust - online material for G. Wlazłowski, K. Sekizawa, P. Magierski, A. Bulgac, and M.M. Forbes, , arXiv:1606.04847

Numerical Programs

Here I shall add from time to time various relatively small numerical programs I have written and which others might find useful. Please do not count on any help of any kind on my part, apart from the comments in the write-up, you will have to figure out everything if you want to use it, how to use it and all the rest. However, if you use it, please let me know about that and include the corresponding acknowledgment  in the relevant documents.


                                              On teaching mathematics, V.I. Arnold
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                                              These are the words of a very wise mathematician, worth reading especially by every aspiring theoretical physicist. 

                                              How to become a GOOD Theoretical Physicist by Gerard 't Hooft
                                               Vladimir Gribov (BH)
                                          (That was my graduate school. I was the speaker at one of those seminars,
                                           which started in the late morning, no lunch break, and ended in late afternoon.
                                           Only after my work was dissected to the bone, and BH was one of the main debaters,
                                           I was allowed to officially defend my thesis.)

                                               Scientific Method: Defend the integrity of physics by G. Ellis and J. Silk

What is Science?

Gravitational Waves Detected    -   Physics Review Letters, 116, 061102 (2016)