### Gregory Crosswhite

**Program Years:**2007-2011**Academic Institution:**University of Washington**Field of Study:**Physics**Academic Advisor:**Dave Bacon**Practicum(s):**

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2009)**Degree(s):**

Ph.D. Physics, University of Washington, 2011

B.S. Physics, B.S. Computer Science and B.S. Mathematics, University of Maryland, College Park, 2005

#### Current Status

**Status:**Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Queensland**Research Area:**Physics

#### Publications

G. M. Crosswhite & Dave Bacon, Automated searching for quantum subsystem codes, Phys. Rev. A 83, 022307 (2011), 27 pp. 15 fig. 10 tbl., arXiv:1009.2203G. M. Crosswhite, Andrew Doherty & Guifre Vidal, "Applying matrix product operators to model systems with long-range interactions", Phys. Rev. B 78, 035116 (2008), 7 pp. 3 fig.

G. M. Crosswhite & Dave Bacon, "Finite automata for caching in matrix product algorithms", Phys. Rev. A 78, 012356 (2008), 18 pp. 19 fig.

S. S. Antman & G. M. Crosswhite, "Planar travelling waves in incompressible elastic rods", Methods and Applications of Analysis, 15 pp.

G. M. Crosswhite and S. S. Antman, "A new spin on problems of Newton, the Bernoullis, and Abel", Rendiconti, Accademia Nazionale delle Scienze detta dei XL, Memorie di Matematica e Applicazioni Serie V, 124Âº, 28 (2006) fasc. 1, 22 pp.

Gemstone Team SmartRoads Thesis: Improving automative transportation using retroreflective electrophoretic pavement markings, 255 pp.

#### Awards

Honors Program Citation, U of Maryland, 2002Higginbotham Award, U of Maryland (Math Dept), 2003

Abramowitz Award, U of Maryland (Math Dept), 2005

Gemstone Program Citation, U of Maryland, 2005

Gemstone Scholar Award, U of Maryland, 2005

Computational Science Graduate Fellowship Recipient, 2007