Research Projects

Supervisor(s): 

Richard Morris

The Theory of Biological Systems

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): 

Ben Montet
My research group is focused on finding and understanding new planets orbiting stars other than the Sun, and developing new methods to better understand how stellar activity changes across stellar lifetimes. To do these, we use data from the NASA Kepler and TESS missions, as well as from ground-based facilities in Australia and abroad.

Supervisor(s): 

Emanuela Dimastrogiovanni

I am offering projects in theoretical cosmology. Keywords include: inflation, reheating, primordial gravitational waves, cosmic microwave background, large scale structure, dark energy.

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): 

Kim-Vy Tran

My research group studies how galaxies form and evolve over cosmic time by combining observations from the most powerful space and ground-based telescopes.

Supervisor(s): 

Michael Schmidt

I am a theoretical particle physicist working on physics beyond the Standard Model and astroparticle physics including neutrino physics, dark matter and (lepton) flavour physics. I am offering projects on any of these topics.

Supervisor(s): 

Maria Cunningham

My Research Interests are: 

  • Molecular Astrophysics: One of my main areas of research is the use of molecular line radiation to investigate the physical conditions and chemistry of molecular clo

Supervisor(s): 

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

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