Malcolm Jardine

  • Graduate Student/2019 Graduate Student Mentor
Allen-524 Desk #7
mjj45@pitt.edu

Research

I work in the area of condensed matter physics, where I am working on the theory and simulation of experiments. Understanding how we can practically probe condensed matter systems and comprehend what is observed is a vital and active area of study.

The system I am currently investigating is simulating nanomagnets to control the local profile of magnetic field over nanowire systems. These systems can be used to investigate a multitude of phenomena, where I am interested in simulating the required magnetic fields to observe and verify Majorana Bound States being produced in a nanowire system.

I received a master’s in physics with specialization in quantum optics from the University of Strathclyde in 2017.

08/2020

 

Graduate Advisor

Sergey Frolov