Ultracold Quantum Matter Theory Group



Cooled to nanokelvin temperatures, gases may become superfluid and lose all resistance to flow. Such phases of matter, known as quantum gases, provide windows through which quantum physics can be viewed on the macroscopic scale in highly controllable settings.

My research is based on the computational modeling of quantum gases and their incredibly rich phenomena such as quantum vortices; dilute magnetic fluids; self-bound droplets; and supersolids – paradoxical materials that are simultaneously solid and superfluid.


     Group Leader:  Dr Russell Bisset



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