Faculty Name

Derrick J. Hylton, Ph.D.


Associate Professor





Office Location

Albro-Falconer-Manley Science Center 183


Ph.D., Yale University
B.A., Boston University


Publications (Refereed)
Briana Stewart, Derrick J. Hylton, and Natarajan Ravi, A Systematic Approach for Understanding Slater-Gaussian Functions in Computational Science, J. Chem. Ed., 90(5), 609-612 (2013).

N. J. Snyderman and D. J. Hylton, Analytic Basis Set for High-Z Atomic QED Calculations: Heavy He-like Ions, Phy. Rev. A 55, 2651 (1997).

D. J. Hylton, Finite-nuclear-size corrections to the Uehling Potential, Phys., Rev. A. 32, 1303 (1985). D. J. Hylton, The Reduced Dirac Green Function for the Coulomb Potential, J. Math. Phys. 25, 1125 (1984).

A. R. P. Rau and D. J. Hylton, Longitudinally Excited States of Hydrogen in Intense Magnetic Fields, Phys. Rev. A 22, 321 (1980).

A.R.P. Rau and D. J. Hylton, Atomic Spectral Lines in Helium Containing a Quark in the Nucleus, Phys. Rev. A 19, 2147 (1979).

E.Corinaldesi and D. J. Hylton, Teoria Microscropia della Dispersione Ottica, Giornale di Fisica, 18, 116 (1977).

Other Publications

Matthew E. Edwards and Derrick J. Hylton, A Conceptual Approach to Convolution and Correlation, Spelman Science and Mathematics Journal, May, 2000.