Associate Professor Meera Parish co-leads the Theory of Quantum Matter group in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Monash University. Her research lies at the interface between solid-state physics and atomic physics, with her key areas of influence being quantum impurities, superconductivity and magnetotransport.
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Dr Olivier Bleu is a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in polaritons. He is currently investigating interactions and correlations in exciton-polariton condensates.
Dr Brendan Mulkerin is a postdoctoral researcher working on impurity problems in cold atoms and semiconductor microcavities.
Dr Weizhe Liu is a postdoctoral researcher working on the dynamics of impurities in quantum gases.
Emma Laird is a PhD student working on strongly interacting Fermi gases, which includes pairing in excitonic systems and novel Feshbach resonances. She is originally from Townsville in Northern Queensland.
Haydn Adlong is a Masters student studying out-of-equilibrium physics and quasiparticles in the problem of an impurity in a Fermi gas.
Sangeet Kumar is a PhD student studying few-body problems in light-matter coupled systems.
Kenneth Choo is a PhD student studying exciton-polariton interactions.
- Guangyao (Leo) Li, postdoc in 2018-2021; now postdoc with Dmitry Efimkin at Monash University.
- Zheyu Shi, postdoc in 2016-2019; now a faculty member at East China Normal University in Shanghai.
- Shimpei Endo, postdoc in 2016-2018; now an assistant professor at Tohoku University, Japan.
- Thao Le, Masters student in 2017; now at University College London (UCL).
- Thomas Kirk, PhD student 2013-2018 at University College London (UCL).
- Andrea Fischer, postdoc at University of Cambridge in 2011-2014.
- Marianne Bauer, PhD student 2010-2014, University of Cambridge; now a postdoc at Princeton University.
- Wave Ngampruetikorn, PhD student 2010-2014, University of Cambridge; now a postdoc at CUNY, New York.