Research areas
J L Cardy:
Quantum entangled and disordered systems, aspects of noise in biological systems.
Measures of quantum entanglement in condensed matter
Time evolution of lowtemperature quantum systems
Solvable models of quantum disorder
The clathrin pathway in endocytosis
Diseases with very long incubation periods
J T Chalker:
Coherence, correlations and disorder in quantum and classical systems.
Geometrically frustrated antiferromagnets
Mesoscopic conductors and nanostructures
Quantum Hall systems
F Essler:
Lowdimensional strongly correlated quantum systems.
Correlated Electron Systems
Quasi one dimensional Quantum Magnets
Quasi one dimensional Mott Insulators
Integrable Models
Frustrated Quantum Magnets Stripes
Classical Nonequilibrium Dynamics
Prof P Fendley:
Statistical mechanics of strongly correlated systems
Statistical mechanics
Condensed matter physics
Mathematical physics
R Golestanian:
Soft and Biological Matter
Active Hydrodynamics
Microswimmers
Casimir Effect
DNA Elasticity
D E Logan (Department of Chemistry):
Strongly correlated systems: Kondo physics versus internal degrees of freedom.
A A Louis:
Soft and biological systems.
Colloids
Selfassembly
Protein Crystallisation
Nuclear Pore Complex
R Moessner:
Constraints, correlations and topology in condensed matter and statistical physics.
Geometrically frustrated magnets
Quantum phase transitions
Gauge theories
New and exotic type of order
Magnetic nanoarrays
Quantum Hall physics
D Sherrington:
Statistical (and some quantum) physics of complex systems.
Spin glasses and quenched disordered complex systems
Glassiness without imposed quenched disorder
Game theory, decision making and econophysics
R B Stinchcombe:
Driven quantum systems and low dimensional strongly correlated quantum systems.
Nonequilibrium collective behaviour
Driven diffusive systems
Complex systems with quenched disorder and frustration
J M Yeomans:
Soft and Biological Matter.
Liquid crystals
Droplet Dynamics
Dynamics of Biosystems
Granular Segregation
Closely related and collaborative research is undertaken in Theoretical Chemistry by D E Logan, W Barford and J Doye.
See also our entry in the departmental research booklet.
