I am a PostDoctoral Research Assistant in the Jaksch group, having recently completed my doctoral studies here at the University of Oxford.
About My Research
My research is focused on engineering complex states of matter in quantum many-body systems. I am interested in understanding how these systems can be guided away from stationary equilibrium ensembles — which are often characterised by short-range, decaying correlations — and into regimes where desirable properties such as long-range correlations and entanglement are manifest. Recently, my research has focused on exploring how this process can, counterintuitively, arise when a quantum system is subject to heating in the presence of certain symmetries. This mechanism of `heating-induced-order’ offers a novel pathway for realising ordered states such as supercondcutors in fermionic systems.