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Biography
Dr. Boon Leong Lan

Dr. Boon Leong Lan

School of Science

Monash University, Malaysia

Associate Professor


Email: lan.boon.leong@monash.edu


Qualifications

1990  Ph.D., Physics, School of Physics, Georgia Tech, USA

1989  M.Sc., Physics, School of Physics, Georgia Tech, USA

1986  B.A., Physics and Mathematics, Hanover College, USA


Publications (Selected)

  1. Newtonian and special-relativistic predictions for the trajectory of a low-speed scattering system, B. L. Lan and F. Borondo, Phys. Rev. E 83 036201 (2011).
  2. Newtonian versus general-relativistic prediction for the trajectory of a bouncing ball system, S. N. Liang and B. L. Lan, Results in Physics 1 36-39 (2011).
  3. Newtonian and special-relativistic predictions for the trajectory of a slow-moving dissipative dynamical system, B. L. Lan and H. Y. Cheng, Commun. Nonlinear Sci. Numer. Simulat. 15 2497-2503 (2010).
  4. Implications of the disagreement between Newtonian and relativistic low-speed trajectories, B. L. Lan, Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 42 534-537 (2009).
  5. Power spectrum of the fluctuation of the spectral staircase function, B. L. Lan, J. A. Ng and M. S. Santhanam, Europhysics Letters 76 1043-1049 (2006).
  6. Comparison of the Newtonian and relativistic predicted trajectories for a low-speed periodically-delta-kicked system, B. L. Lan, Chaos 16 033107 (5 pages) (2006).
  7. Violation of the correspondence principle: breakdown of the Bohm-Newton trajectory correspondence in a macroscopic system, B. L. Lan, Physical Review A 61 032105 (6 pages) (2000).
  8. Wave packet initial motion, spreading and energy in the periodically kicked pendulum, B. L. Lan, Physical Review E 50 764-769 (1994).
  9. Quantum-classical correspondence and quantum chaos in the periodically kicked pendulum, B. L. Lan and R. F. Fox, Physical Review A 43 646-655 (1991).
  10. Chaos and the correspondence limit in the periodically kicked pendulum, R. F. Fox and B. L. Lan, Physical Review A 41 2952-2968 (1990).