Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science
I am a condensed matter theorist interested primarily in non-equilibrium quantum dynamics, particularly quantum quenches of lattice models. I am also interested in topologically ordered systems, quantum computation and machine learning. My current research focus is on using quantum computers and tools from machine learning to study many-body quantum physics.
I was award an ERC Starting Grant in 2023.
In 2020 I was awarded a research fellowship from the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851. Previously I was at the Technische Universität München in the group of Frank Pollmann. Before this I was a research associate at Imperial College London with Prof. Myungshik Kim and Dr. Johannes Knolle. This position was part of a collobaration between Imperial College and Samsung to simulate quantum systems with the IBM quantum computers. I completed my PhD entitled "Disorder-free Localization" at the University of Cambridge with Dr. Dmitry Kovrizhin. Before that I studied for a Masters in Physics at Cambridge, and did my undergraduate studies at the University of Leeds.
I am currently teaching the following modules at the University of Nottingham:
I have taught at the following graduate schools:
I am primarily interested in non-equilibrium dynamics of quantum many-body systems. My recent focus is on using quantum computers and tools from machine learning to study condensed matter physics.
You can find more details on my personal website
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