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Andy Martin

Associate Professor
Nitrogen-Vacancy Defects in Diamond
Strongly Interacting Systems
Strongly interacting quantum gases
science & technology
physical sciences
physics
optics
physics, atomic, molecular & chemical
physics, multidisciplinary
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A/Prof

Andy Martin

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Degenerate Quantum Gases And Atom Optics
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A/Prof

Andy Martin

 

Associate Professor Andy Martin has carried out research in a diverse range of condensed matter physics and quantum optics. Recently his, research has focused on the theoretical investigation of the emergent properties of ultra-cold quantum gases, with additional theoretical and experimental work on the effects of physical rotation on quantum systems using of nitrogen vacancy centres in diamond.

Additional research focuses on the development of quantum meta-materials; the investigation of new strongly correlated states of light in coupled atom cavity systems and flocking phenomena in biological systems. Previous research has focused on the investigation of superconductivity, dephasing effects and charge fluctuations in electronic mesoscopic devices (small cold electrical circuits, where the quantum effects dominate); modelling interfaces and disorder in high temperature superconductors and the breakdown of the integer quantum Hall effect (a quantum effect used to define the resistance standard).

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2005

Dyason Fellowship (for travel and scholarship)

Universitas 21

2017

Institute of Advanced Studies (Durham University, UK) Fellowship


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Associate Professor

Physics

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

Lancaster University

Bachelor of Science (honours)

Lancaster University