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Pierre-Nicholas Roy

Professor & Computational science undergraduate advisor
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(519) 888-4567 x38640
Location: 
ESC 330A
  • Computational and Theoretical Chemistry
  • Nanoscale super fluid behavior in Helium clusters
  • Classical and Quantum dynamics

Anton Burkov

Assistant professor
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(519) 888-4567 x 36901
Location: 
PHY 258
  • Superconductivity; superconductor-insulator transitions in thin films
  • Super fluidity; cold-atom super fluids: nonequilibrium dynamics, quantum phase transitions, instabilities
  • -Strongly correlated many-particle physics : condensed matter/AMO theory

Michel Gingras

Professor
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519-888-4567 x35697
Location: 
PHY 364
  • Random disorder in condensed matter physics
  • Frustrated antiferromagnets
  • Condensed matter theory/statistical mechanics

David G. Hawthorn

Assistant professor
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(519) 888-4567 x38589
Location: 
PHY 359
  • -Correlated electrons/superconductivity
  • -X-ray spectroscopy
  • -Condensed matter experiment

Robert W. Hill

Assistant professor
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(519) 888-4567 x 36844
  • -Correlated electrons
  • -Exotic and unconventional superconductors
  • -Condensed matter experiment/low temperature physics

Jan Kycia

Associate professor
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(519) 888-4567 x 35335
Location: 
PHY 373
  • -Josephson junctions, Coulomb blockade, unconventional superconductors
  • -Fabrication (e-beam and optical lithography)
  • -Condensed matter experiment/low temperature physics

Roger Melko

Associate professor
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(519) 888-4567 x38406
Location: 
PHY 368
  • Exotic quantum phases and phase transitions
  • Quantum information and entanglement in condensed matter
  • Computational approaches to many-body physics