Andrew M. Martin

Andrew Martin is a senior lecturer at the University of Melbourne and has also worked at the University of Nottingham, the University of Geneva, and the University of Bristol. He completed his Ph.D. and undergraduate studies at the University of Lancaster. His research interests include quantum degenerate gas research, the quantum Hall effect, mesoscopic electronics, and superconductivity.

Andrew D. Greentree, Andrew M. Martin Published October 11, 2010

Quantum Information | Optics | Strongly Correlated Materials

Networks of photonic devices with broken time-reversal symmetry may provide a way to create a quantum simulator to study strongly correlated systems.