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I am passionate about the condensed matter physics of strongly correlated systems and superconductors, with underlying network geometries and non-equilibrium behavior. I am working on these topics looking for relations between spatial correlated networks of quantum matter and the emergent collective dynamics.
I have shown in high temperature superconducting materials that the network topology of quantum matter can self-organize in scale-invariant structures. I have shown that different scale-invariant quantum matter networks are spatially anti-correlated and beneficial to the robustness of the macroscopic quantum condensate. I have shown methods for their control using continuous X-ray exposition to drive the material in a steady state far-from-equilibrium.
Recently I have pioneered the observation of a dynamic Mott transition. Based on the mapping between vortex and quantum particles, the transition is observed in a artificial superconducting network. In this system, I have showed a case where there is an equivalence of equilibrium and far-from equilibrium behavior in the critical dynamics of a collective system.
Currently I am active on the material science of superconductors and strongly correlated systems.