
Tomas
Materdey
Assistant Professor of Physics Department of Physics University of Massachusetts at Boston 100 Morrissey Blvd Boston, MA 02125 Homepage Office: S–3–110 Email: here Phone: 617 287 6435 Fax: 617 287 6053 Engineering Program Website 
Research Interests 
Classical and quantum computing; phasespace quantum mechanics and nanostructures; digital signal processing and human voice identification; wave propagation and numerical electromagnetics. 
Current Research Topics 
The Wigner function and its application in quantum dots, wires, and signal processing. Computational physics, database and sensor networks for accessible transportation, and science and engineering education. 
Classes 
Engineering 103: Intro to Engineering Physics 113–114: Fundamentals of Physics I–II Physics 697 (Special Topics): Advanced Projects in Scientific Computation 
Selected Publications 
Wigner
Function in the Symmetric Gauge: de Haasvan Alphen Oscillations,
Magnetic Field Localization and Uncertainty Principle T.B. Materdey and C.E. Seyler Int. J. Mod. Physics B 17, 4683 (2003) The Quantum Wigner Function in a Magnetic Field T.B. Materdey and C.E. Seyler Int. J. Mod. Physics B 17, 4555 (2003) On the Application of Finite Methods in Time Domain to Anisotropic Dielectric Waveguides S.G. Garcia, T. Materdey, R.G. Martin, B.G. Olmedo IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory and Technique 44, 2195 (1996) A New Vision of Numerical Methods for the Solution of Maxwell’s equations related to the FDTD method: Application to General Anisotropic Media T. Materdey, S. Gonzalez, R. Gomez and B. Garcia Proc. of the 2nd International Conf. on Computation in Electromagnetics, p. 138 (1994) 