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PhD Scholarship in Quantum Gases at Swinburne University of Technology

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Centre for Quantum and Optical Science, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia

Description
Ultracold atoms near Feshbach resonances are strongly correlated many-body systems, supporting novel exotic states of matter that may universally exist in new functional materials of high-Tc superconductors and mysterious cosmic objects such as neutron stars. The understanding of these exotic states-being a long-sought theoretical challenge-is the subject of our PhD topics: 1. Strong-coupling Diagrammatic Theory; 2. Quantum Virial Expansion Theory; 3. Superfluidity in Flat Land and One Dimension; 4. Ultracold Atoms with Synthetic Gauge Field. The successful PhD candidate will work under the supervision of A/Prof Xia-Ji Liu and A/Prof. Hui Hu in the Theory Group in the Centre for Quantum and Optical Science (CQOS). PhD scholarship: 3 years scholarship with A$28,000 per year Eligibility: the candidate will have a Masters degree, and English proficiency (for non-native speakers) with IELTS test overall score of at least 6.5. Please contact A/Prof Xia-Ji Liu (xiajiliu@swin.edu.au) for further information and provide your academic CV for initial assessment.

Closing Date
10 Nov 2015


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