# M. Krusius

Matti Krusius is a researcher in the Low Temperature Laboratory of Aalto University, Finland. He has been studying extensively the helium-$3$ superfluids with a rotating refrigerator. Currently his work deals with superfluid dynamics in the zero temperature limit. The subject of the present viewpoint, the $A$ phase of superfluid helium-$3$, has never been studied in rotation at these very low temperatures (in fact never below $0.5\phantom{\rule{0.278em}{0ex}}{T}_{c}$). The dream is to make such exploration possible.

Superfluidity

### Viewpoint: Chiral Quantum Textures

Coherent quantum states of different chirality have been formed and identified in the $A$ phase of superfluid helium-$3$, confirming previous theoretical predictions. Read More »