Anatoly B. Kuklov

Anatoly Kuklov received his Ph.D. from Odessa State University, Ukraine, in 1986. He worked in the Research Institute of Physics, Odessa, Ukraine, 1980–1992 and joined the City University of New York (CUNY) in 1993. Currently he is a professor of physics at the College of Staten Island, CUNY, and at the Graduate Center of CUNY. His research focuses on strongly correlated systems, which include supersolids, superfluids, superconductors, and exotic phases of ultracold atoms.

Superfluidity | Quantum Physics

Macroscopic quantum properties of helium-4, one of the simplest and oldest elements in the universe, continue to puzzle and amaze scientists. Supertransport in solid helium-4 is the most elusive and controversial conundrum of all.