Dr Meera Parish

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Research interests:

Ultracold atomic gases


Meera Parish is a lecturer at the London Centre for Nanotechnology at UCL. She obtained her Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree from the Australian National University, and subsequently went on to complete a PhD in theoretical condensed matter physics at the University of Cambridge. To further broaden her horizons, she then spent three years as a postdoctoral fellow in the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science at Princeton University, before returning to Cambridge in 2009 to take up an EPSRC Career Acceleration fellowship. She is currently building a programme of interdisciplinary theoretical research on strongly correlated phenomena that bridges the fields of atomic gases and unconventional superconductors. In 2012, she was awarded the IOP Maxwell Medal and prize for her achievements.

Awards and honours: 

IOP (Institute of Physics) Maxwell Medal (2012)

Research Highlights

Recent advances in the manipulation of atoms with lasers and magnetic fields has allowed the creation of trapped, ultracold...
Two species of fermionic atom are confined in a two-dimensional layer of w
The behaviour of a few particles can have important ramifications for how a system of many particles behaves. In particular...
Dipoles are confined in a two-dimensional layer and are all aligned at an angle
Stripes are apparently ubiquitous in nature. They have been observed in a variety of quasi-two-dimensional or layered...