Pui-Man Lam, Ph.D.
Department of Physics
Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA 70813
(504)771-4130 (o), (504)756-5543 (h)
email: pmlam at subrvm.subr.edu
B.S., San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, June 1972
Ph. D., Washington University, St. Louis, MO, Sept. 1977
- Work Experience
- Visiting Scientist:lnstitute fiir theoretische Physik, UniversitAt zu Kbln, Kbln, West Germany
Jan. 1978 to Dec. 1980
- Associate Professor: Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing,
China--Jan 1981 to June 1985
- Visiting Professor:Fachbereich Physik, Universitdt Essen, Essen, W. Germany--March 1988
to March 1990
- Research Assistant Professor:Physics Dept. Emory University, Atlanta, GA -- April 1990 to
- Assistant Professor:Physics Dept., Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA 70813 --August
1992 to present
- Publications: Selected ones out of seventy
- Dynamic scaling of the island-size distribution and percolation in a model of submonolayer
molecular beam epitaxy, J.G. Amar, F. Family and P.M. Lam, Phys. Rev. B50, 8781
- Ward identitiesfor surface growth models with diffusion, P.M. Lam and D. Bagayoko, Phys.
Rev. E50, 2488 (1994)
- Dynamics of concentration fluctuations in polymer solutions with spatiotemporal correlated
noise, P.M. Lam and D. Bagayoko, Phys. Rev. E50,437 (1994)
- Polymer brushes with density dependent excluded volume parameters, P. Anderson, D.C.
Hong, P.M. Lam and B.E. Vugmeister, J. Physique, 114, 1157 (1994)
- Spatiotemporal correlations in colored noise, P.M. Lam and D. Bagayoko, Phys. Rev. E48,
- Renor-malization group and simulation studies of groove instabilities in sur ace g w , F.
,f to th
Family and P.M. Lam, Physica A205, 272 (1994)
- Groove instabilities in surface growth with diffusion, J.G. Amar, P.M. Lam and F. Family,
Phys. Rev. E47, 3242 (1993)
- Mode-coupling theory and simulation of a running sandpile model of self-organized
criticality, P.M. Lam and F. Family, Phys. Rev. E47, 1570 (1993)
- Mode-coupling theory and simulation of a running sandpile model of self-organized criticality
P.M. Lam and F. Family, in Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics V,
edited by D.P. Landau, K.K. Mon and H.B. Schuttler, Springer Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg
- Surface growth of molecular-beam epitaxy with correlated noise, P.M. Lam and F. Family,
Phys. Rev. A44, 4854 (199 1)
- Dynamics of a height-conserved surface growth model with spatially correlated noise, P.M.
Lam and F. Family, Phys. A44,7939(1991)
- Surface growth with long range correlated noise, J.G. Amar, P.M. Lam, and F. Family,
Phys. Rev. A43, 4548(1991)
- End-point distribution and structurefunction ofpolymers, P.M. Lam and F. Family, Physica
- Correction to scaling exponentfor self-avoiding walks, Phys. Rev. B42,4447(1990)
- Exact series studies of self-avoiding walks on two-dimensional criticalpercolation clusters,
P.M. Lam, J. Phys. A23, L831(1990)
- Universal distance ratiosfor two-dimensional SAWS: Monte-Carlo and exact series analysis,
P.M. Lam, J. Phys. A23, L325, (1990)
- The structurefunction of branchedpolymers in a good solvent-- a lattice calculation, P.M.
Lam, J. Chem. Phys. 92, 3136 (1990)
- The structurefunction of linear polymers in a good solvemt--self-avoiding walk model, P.M.
Lam, Phys. Rev. B41, 2257 (1990)
- Surface order parameter in three dimensional percolation, Alex Hansen, P.M. Lam and
S.Roux, J. Phys. A22, 2635 (1989)
- Resisitivity exponent of two-dimensional lattice animals, P.M. Lam and Alex Hansen, J. Stat.
Phys. 52, 447 (1988)
- Semi-infinitePottsmodelandpercolationatsurfaces,H.W. DiehlandP.M.Larn,Z.Phys.
- Collapse of percolation clusters--a transfer matrix study, P.M. Lam, J. Stat. Phys. 54, 1081
- Adsorption of branched polymers at a surface--Monte Carlo and scaling analysis, P.M. Lam
and K. Binder, J. Phys. A21, L405 (1988)
- A scaling anaysis of the collapse transition in branched polymers, P.M. Lam, Phys. Rev.
B38, 2813 (1988)
- A percolation approach to the Kauffinan model, P.M. Lam, J. Stat. Phys. 50, 1263(1988)
- Specific heat and collapse transition of branched polymers, P.M. Lam, Phys. Rev. B13,
- Comment on "Eden model on Manhattan lattice", P.M. Lam, J. Phys. A20, 5409(1987)
- Collapse transition and cyclomatic number distribution in directed lattice animals, P.M. Lam
and J.A.M.S. Duarte, J. Stat. Phys. 49, 245 (1987)
- On the universality class of growing self-avoiding walks and
trails, P.M. Lam, J. Phys. A20,4399(1987)
- Branched polymers with a prescribed number of cycles--Monte-Carlo and exact series
studies, P.M. Lam, Phys. Rev. A35, 349 (1987)