Hoover Wm.G.

WILLIAM HOOVER got his graduate degrees at the University of Michigan and worked for more than forty years at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and at the University of California's Davis campus. He is the author of about 300 papers in computational physics and has written four books on that subject. He and his wife Carol are now retired from the University of California and live in Ruby Valley, Nevada with their horses and cats. There the Hoovers also direct the Ruby Valley Research Institute. Their main research interests are nonequilibrium statistical mechanics and computational physics. Their main nonacademic pursuits are horseback riding and the planting of trees and flowers.

 

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