In 2022-23, I am slated to give the final 20 lectures for A3 Quantum Mechanics, usually referred to as the "Further Quantum Mechanics" course.
In 2021-22, I am giving a series of ~20 lectures on "Quantum Matter II: Life After Landau" in the Oxford MMathPhys programme. This new course will centre on modern topics in quantum condensed matter physics that depart from Landau's hugely successful paradigms for understanding metallic and ordered states and phase transitions, and include such topics as renormalization-group techniques, Luttinger liquid physics, and competing orders.
Between 2019-21, I was the Michaelmas Term lecturer for the C6 theoretical physics option for MPhys students. The lectures covered path integrals, many-body quantum mechanics, and Landau theory, and also constituted the Advanced Quantum Theory course in the Oxford MMathPhys programme.
I am a Tutorial Fellow of Hertford College. While the topics I tutor vary from year to year, papers I have covered include
- 2nd year Statistical/Thermal physics (A1)
- 2nd year Electromagnetism (A2)
- 2nd year Mathematical Methods and Quantum Mechanics (A3)
- 3rd year Atomic Physics (B3)
- 3rd year General relativity (B5)
- 3rd year Condensed Matter (B6)