Dr. Robert Gilmore

Then and Now. Bob when he was a graduate student, and Bob now.
To see the in between click here.

So you don't believe in Dark Matter .... Or Dark Energy ....


B.S. Physics MIT 1962
B.S. Mathematics MIT 1962
Ph. D. Physics MIT 1967

Contact Info

Physics Department, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA    19104   USA
Phone: (215) 895-2779;  FAX: (215) 895-5934
e-mails: robert.gilmore [at] drexel [dot] edu; bob [at] newton [dot] physics [dot] drexel [dot] edu; bob [at] bach [dot] physics [dot] drexel [dot] edu

Computational Physics



Research Interests


Bob's Interaction with Computers


Student Term Papers


Current Book: The Symmetry of Chaos

New Book: Geometry and Lie Groups

Works in Progress

Various Polished Chapters

The Chaos Program

The Thermodynamics Program

Group Theory Papers


70th Birthday Party

Gull Pond


New Curriculum

Notes for Quantum Book

Ph.D. Theses

Research Interests

Everything under the sun, and quite a few things beyond.
Especially the structure of and signatures of chaos, and how to extract these signatures from experimental data.

Bob's Interaction with Computers:



Partners during this evolutionary process have been great friends and colleagues.  They include Hernan G. Solari,
Gabriel B. Mindlin,  Mario Natiello,  Nicholas B. TufillaroTsvetelin D. TsankovChristophe Letellier , and Marc Lefranc .