Professor

Physics

**ulj@mst.edu**- 205 Physics Bldg, 1315 N Pine St, Rolla, MO 65409

Specialization:

Theoretical Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics; Low-Energy Field Theory

Research Interests:

Quantum Field Theory and Atomic Systems, Relativistic Quantum Dynamic Processes in High-Power Laser Fields, Novel States of the Light Field (Twisted Photons), Computational Physics and Related Algorithms, Renormalization-Group and Critical Phenomena, General Relativity and Relativistic Quantum Mechanics.

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Education:

- 1999: PhD in Physics: Dresden University of Technology (TU Dresden).

- 2013: Fellow of the American Physical Society
- 2010: Outstanding Referee of the American Physical Society
- 2003: Habilitation, TU Dresden
- 2000: Georg-Helm Prize of the Technical University of Dresden

- U. D. Jentschura, G. Lach, M. De Kieviet and K. Pachucki, “One–Loop Dominance in the Imaginary Part of the Polarizability: Application to Blackbody and Non–Contact Quantum Friction,”
**Phys. Rev. Lett.**114, 043001 (2015). - J. H. Noble and U. D. Jentschura, “Dirac Equations with Confining Potentials,”
**Int. J. Mod. Phys A**50, 1550002 (2015). - B. J. Wundt, C. T. Munger and U. D. Jentschura, “Quantum dynamics in atomic-fountain experiments for measuring the electric dipole moment of the electron with improved sensitivity,”
**Phys. Rev. X**2, 041009 (2012). - Ulrich D Jentschura, Peter J Mohr, Gerhard Soff, “Electron self-energy for the K and L shells at low nuclear charge,”
**Phys. Rev. A**63, 042512 (2001). - Ulrich D Jentschura, Peter J Mohr, Gerhard Soff, “Calculation of the electron self-energy for low nuclear charge,”
**Phys. Rev. Lett.**82, 53 (1999).

- PHYSICS 6111 (Graduate Electrodynamics I)
- PHYSICS 6211 (Graduate Electrodynamics II)
- PHYSICS 6403 (Mathematical Physics I)

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