Martin Y. Veillette

Associate Professor of Physics (at Berea since 2007)

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tel: 859.985.3399
CPO 2015
Martin Veillette

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I study theoretical physics. I am particularly interested in the study of strongly correlated materials. The challenge is to understand how emergent collective properties of these materials can arise from a large number of interactions between individual particles. Examples include the two dimensional electron gas in very large magnetic fields as realized in the quantum Hall effect, highly frustrated magnetic systems for which quantum fluctuations precludes long-rande order and ultra-cold fermionic atomic gases at the unitary limit. Theoretical approaches combine quantum mechanics, statistical physics and various numerical/computational techniques. The projects range from the very theoretical to close collaboration with experimentalist groups.

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