Leo Radzihovsky

Department of Physics
University of Colorado at Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309-0390

Phone: (303) 492-5436
Fax: (303) 492-2998
Email: radzihov@colorado.edu
Curriculum Vitae




    E-print arXiv

    APS journals

     Song by Jonathan Mann, based on my paper with Dan Sheehy, titled "Quantum Decoupling Transition in a One-Dimensional Feshbach-Resonant Superfluid", PRL, 2005


    Boulder School in Condensed Matter and Materials Physics

    Research Interests - Condensed Matter Physics

My theoretical research interests span a broad spectrum of classical and quantum condensed matter. These range from entropy-dominated liquid crystals, colloids, membranes, rubber and other "soft" matter to quantum matter, such as superconductors, magnets, degenerate atomic gases, quantum Hall and other topological states of matter. I aim to understand the nature of phases and phase transitions exhibited by these systems, with the unifying theme of collective universal behavior that emerges at long scales and low energies, driven by a combination of strong interactions, fluctuations, and/or local heterogeneity.

      Degenerate Atomic Gases
      Liquid Crystals and Other 'Soft' Condensed Matter
      Disordered Systems
      Nonequilibrium Phenomena
      Quantum Hall Effect

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