Ribhu K. Kaul

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Ribhu Kaul is a professor of physics in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Kentucky. His research interests lie in the quantum many-body problem and its application to a wide variety of condensed-matter systems. He studied at St. Xaviers’ College, Cornell, and Duke and held postdoctoral positions at Harvard and Microsoft Station Q, before joining the University of Kentucky in 2010.


Strongly Correlated Materials

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