- Research Assistant Professor
Department of Physics
- Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO 80401
- In May of 2018 I got Distinguished Faculty Award from the Blue Key Honor Society of undergraduate physics students at Colorado School of Mines for "exceptional accomplishments in the Physics department at the Colorado School of Mines".
- Since January of 2018 I am a Research Assistant Professor at the Physics Department Colorado School of Mines.
- From June of 2015 until January of 2018 I was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Colorado School of Mines in the group of Prof. Lincoln D. Carr (APS Fellow).
- In 2013 I won the Robert A. Welch fellowship and got a Postdoctoral Research Associate position in Texas A&M University research groups led by Prof. Marlan O. Scully (Member of NAS) and Prof. David M. Lee (Nobel Prize in Physics, 1996).
- I got my Ph.D. degree at Michigan State University in May 2013 under the supervision of Prof. Vladimir Zelevinsky (APS Fellow).
- My Ph.D. thesis on Scattering Processes in Atomic Physics, Nuclear Physics, and Cosmology was recognized by the Sherwood K. Haynes best thesis award.
- My main area of research focuses on the interface between atomic, molecular and optical physics (AMO), quantum optics, and condensed matter physics. The remarkable experimental progress in each of the individual fields has uncovered new pathways to probe strongly interacting many-body quantum systems, engineer and explore open driven quantum systems, and to realize the multiplex of quantum simulators. In particular, I am interested in multi-component Bose-Einstein Condensates (BECs), open driven three-level atomic systems in V and Lambda configurations, and multi-scale synthetic quantum materials. These systems serve as a basis for exploring emergent many-body phenomena, dissipative dynamics, and fractional transport through multi-scale quantum systems, correspondingly.