Primary AffiliationTheoretical and Computational Biophysics
Professor John Stack received his Ph.D. in physics from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1965, after receiving a B.S. in physics from the California Institute of Technology in 1959. He joined the Department of Physics at the University of Illinois in 1966. Valued by his Illinois colleagues for the clarity of his thinking, thoroughness and physical insight, Professor Stack is a master of lattice gauge theory and has made important contributions to the understanding of confinement and other non-perturbative phenomena in quantum chromodynamics and high energy theory.
- Stack, J. D., The Mott Problem in One Dimension. International Journal of Theoretical Physics 2014, 53, (3), 788-806, DOI: 10.1007/s10773-013-1868-9.
- Ghosh-Kumar, M.; Alam, T. I.; Draper, B.; Stack, J. D.; Rao, V. B., Regulation by interdomain communication of a headful packaging nuclease from bacteriophage T4. Nucleic Acids Research 2011, 39, (7), 2742-2755.
- Chandler, D. E.; Gumbart, J.; Stack, J. D.; Chipot, C.; Schulten, K., Membrane Curvature Induced by Aggregates of LH2s and Monomeric LH1s. Biophysical Journal 2009, 97, (11), 2978-2984.