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Adrian received his PhD in 2008 from the Department of Physics at Harvard University under the supervision of Subir Sachdev. Afterward, he performed postdoctoral research at the University of British Columbia and the Institute for Quantum Matter located at Johns Hopkins University.
Detailed professional and biographical information can be found in his CV.
Postdoctoral Researcher (2016 - )
Entanglement in quantum liquids and gases
Dr. Barghathi received his PhD in 2016 from the Missouri University of Science and Technology under the supervision of Prof. Thomas Vojta where his thesis was on Unconvential Phase Transitions in Random Systems. His work can be found on Google Scholar, ResearchGate or the arXiv.
Materials Science MS Student (2012 - 2014)
Path Integral Quantum Monte Carlo Study of Coupling and Proximity Effects in Superfluid Helium-4
Physics Undergraduate Researcher : (2013 - 2014)
Exact diagonalization of interacting bosons in the spatial continuum
Physics Undergraduate Researcher : (2013 - 2015)
Two dimensional dipolar bosons
Honors College Undergraduate Researcher : (2013 - 2015)
Superfluids confined in folded sheet mesoporous materials
Undergraduate Researcher : (2012-2013) co-advised with Guillaume Gervais at McGill
Dimensional crossover in helium-4 filled nanopores
UVM Complex Materials REU Student, Funded by NSF DMR-1062966 (Summer 2013)
Lennard-Jones potential in elliptical nanopores and quantum Monte Carlo Optimization
UVM Complex Materials REU Student, Funded by NSF DMR-1062966 (Summer 2012)
Finite Size Corrections to the Chemical Potential in Helium-4
Honors College Undergraduate Student (2011-2012)
Quantum Nanofluidics in Helium-4
Materials Science REU Student (Summer 2011)
Johns Hopkins University
Report: One Dimensional Bosons and Quantum Monte Carlo: A Luttinger Liquid Model
High School Research Intern (2015)
Helium adsorption on nanographene