My Research

I study condensed matter physics and complex magnetic systems. My current research interests include:

  • Geometrical frusturation and ordering in unusual systems (including artificial spin ice)
  • Magnons, polaritons, and optical properties of magnets
  • Skyrmions, helicoids, chiral soliton lattices
  • Statistics of rare events, macroscopic tunnelling and mesoscopic transport

My Teaching

I have taught 22 different courses at all levels. I currently teach graduate level Condensed Matter Physics (Winter Term).

Research Opportunities in Theoretical and Computational Physics

Join a research programme that will discover and understand new emergent properties in artificial ferroic systems. Read about some of the areas here and a list of current projects on offer here.

Some Recent Highlights