# M. Gyulassy

The author has been a faculty member of the Columbia University physics department since $1993$. Prior to that he was a senior nuclear theorist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He obtained his Ph.D. in $1974$ from the University of California after immigrating to the US from Hungary in $1956$. His over $270$ publications cover topics on the theory of ultradense nuclear and QCD matter and the phenomenology of high-energy nuclear collisions.

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## Getting to the bottom of the heavy quark jet puzzle

Published December 21, 2009

A recent theory of high-energy bottom quark jet quenching in nuclear collisions accentuates the novelty of heavy quark jet dynamics in strongly coupled quark-gluon plasmas discovered at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.