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William H. Matthaeus, Unidel Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Delaware, received his BA degree in Physics and Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania in 1973. He received a PhD from William and Mary in 1979. Dr. Matthaeus is a recipient of the James B. Macelwane Award from the American Physical Society and the University of Delaware College of Arts & Sciences Scholarship Award, and the 2019 James Clerk Maxwell Prize in Plasma Physics from the American Physical Society. He is Fellow of the American Physical Society, The Institute of Physics, the American Geophysical Union, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is Director of the Delaware NASA Space Grant Consortium and the Delaware NASA EPSCoR program, and Co-investigator on spacecraft missions, including Cluster/PEACE, the Magnetospheric Multiscale mission, the Parker Solar Probe ISOIS instruments, the Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe, PUNCH and Helioswarm. For the past decade he has been lead organizer of the Arcetri Workshop on Plasma Astrophysics, hosted by the University of Florence, Italy. He joined the Bartol Research Institute and the University of Delaware in 1983.
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Matthaeus currently works in turbulence theory, plasma physics, fluid mechanics, and statistical mechanics, with applications to solar wind and coronal phenomena. An area of special interest is the transport and energization of charged particles in plasma turbulence. He employs analytical, computational and observational methods to study transport of turbulence and turbulence cascade, which, along with the associated complex kinetic plasma physics response, lead to dissipation and heating in space and astrophysical plasmas.
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