G. E. Volovik

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Grigory Volovik is a researcher at the Low Temperature Laboratory of Aalto University, Finland, and at the Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics in Moscow, Russia. His research has explored superfluidity and superconductivity, topological defects, topological matter, spin glasses and Bose condensation of magnons, vacuum energy and cosmological constants, and emergent physics. In 2003–2006 he was Chairman of the European Science Foundation Program “Cosmology in the Laboratory.”


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 »