Ramsay Postdoctoral Research Fellow
School of Physical Sciences
Faculty of Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Dr Quach is a Ramsay Fellow at the University of Adelaide. Prior to this he was a Marie Curie Fellow at the Institute of Photonics Science in Barcelona, and a JSPS Fellow at the University of Tokyo. He completed his PhD at the University of Melbourne in condensed matter physics.
Dr Quach research interest is in all things quantum. He works in quantum gravity, quantum chaos, quantum thermodynamics, quantum computing, and quantum biology.
Date Position Institution name 2018 Ramsay Fellow University of Adelaide 2016 - 2018 Marie Curie Fellow Institute of Photonic Sciences 2014 - 2016 JSPS Fellow The University of Tokyo
Date Institution name Country Title 2013 The University of Melbourne Australia PhD
Year Citation 2011 Quach, J., Su, C., Martin, A., Greentree, A., & Hollenberg, L. (2011). Engineering electromagnetic metamaterials from coupled cavity arrays. In Optics InfoBase Conference Papers (pp. 276-278). 2008 McKellar, B., Okuniewicz, I., & Quach, J. (2008). Model kinetic equations with non-Boltzmann properties. In Proceedings of the Conference in Honor of C. N. Yang's 85th Birthday: Statistical Physics, High Energy, Condensed Matter and Mathematical Physics (pp. 171-182).
Year Citation 2008 Quach, J., Chun, H., Makin, M., Andrew, G., & Hollenberg, L. (2008). Band Theory of Solid Light In Coupled Cavity Systems. Poster session presented at the meeting of 18th Australian Institute of Physics Congress. Adelaide.
Year Citation 2012 Quach, J. (2012). Novel applications of condensed matter theory: solid-light, quantum metamaterials, and quantum graphity. (PhD Thesis). 2006 Quach, J. (2006). A Theoretical Investigation Into the Validity Of the Boltzmann Property In the FMO Model.
Year Citation 2018 Quach, J., Jessica, A., & Lewenstein, M. (2018). Testing Born rule violation with quantum marking. 2018 Quach, J. (2018). Weak equivalence principle violation with a quantum particle in a gravitational wave.
Quantum Mechanics III
Introduction to Quantum Computing
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