Research Projects

Supervisor(s): 

Oleg A. Tretiakov
I am offering projects in theoretical condensed matter. Keywords include: skyrmions and other topological spin textures, spin-orbit torques, thermal and electric transport in topological materials, and antiferromagnetic spintronics.

Supervisor(s): 

Susan Coppersmith
I am a theoretical physicist working on quantum computing in silicon and also on applying concepts from quantum information theory to topics in dark matter and in neutrinoflavor evolution.

Supervisor(s): 

Rajib Rahman

My group develops computational techniques and tools to investigate quantum phenomena in the solid-state, with applications in quantum computing, quantum electronics and materials. The methods are used to understand novel experiments and to engineer realistic quantum systems.

Supervisor(s): 

Michelle Yvonne Simmons
Professor Michelle Simmons is the Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Quantum Computation and Communication Technology.

Supervisor(s): 

Sven Rogge
Sven Rogge's group works on quantum computation in silicon and the investigation of artificial quantum matter that exhibit highly correlated behaviour.

Supervisor(s): 

Peter Reece

In the Photonics and Optoelectronics Lab, we run a diverse range of experiments based on the development and application of advanced laser spectroscopy and microscopy techniques.

Supervisor(s): 

Alex Hamilton

Researchers within the QED group are investigating the electrical and optical properties of nanometer scale semiconductor devices, for future low power and quantum information applications.

Supervisor(s): 

Adam Micolich

Seeing is believing: Microscopy-capable nanoscale devices for bioelectronics applications

Supervisor(s): 

Dane McCamey

Projects in the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science will investigate excitonic materials and devices via a range of techniques, including optical and spin based spectroscopy, electrical, and optical measurem

Supervisor(s): 

Tim Duty

My primary research goal is to advance the frontiers of physics that lie at the intersection of condensed matter and quantum engineering.

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